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REALiS SX6 Multimedia LCOS Projectors

REALiS SX6 Multimedia LCOS Projectors (www.usa.canon.com) feature crisp SXGA+ (1,400 x 1,050) native resolution display, 3,500 lumens of brightness, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1, and an Adobe RGB color-match system. Further enhancing the display quality of the projector is the Genuine Canon 1.7x Wide Powered Zoom Lens. Featuring the widest zoom range of any of Canon’s projector lenses, the 1.7x Wide Powered Zoom Lens provides a diagonal screen size range from 40 inches (at a very short projection distance of 3.6 feet) to 300 inches.
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CANON U.S.A. INTRODUCES ITS FIRST 4K PROJECTOR, THE REALiS 4K500ST PRO AV LCOS PROJECTOR DELIVERING UP TO 5000 LUMENS AND A COMPACT SIZE WITH ADVANCED FEATURES IDEAL FOR CREATING IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCES promo image

CANON U.S.A. INTRODUCES ITS FIRST 4K PROJECTOR, THE REALiS 4K500ST PRO AV LCOS PROJECTOR DELIVERING UP TO 5000 LUMENS AND A COMPACT SIZE WITH ADVANCED FEATURES IDEAL FOR CREATING IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCES

Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today unveiled its REALiS 4K500ST Pro AV LCOS Projector which delivers 4K resolution of 4096 x 2400, up to 5000 lumens* and Canon’s LCOS Technology with AISYS-enhancement for brilliant, high-brightness and detailed image reproduction. The REALiS 4K500ST also offers a Genuine Canon 4K lens and a robust collection of advanced professional setting features, including Marginal Focus which helps ensure content projected on the peripheral portions of domed surfaces remains in focus.