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CANON U.S.A. EXPANDS LINEUP OF INTERCHANGEABLE LENS PROJECTORS WITH ITS FIRST-EVER LASER MODELhe LX-MU800Z Laser DLP Projector offers a 20,000-Hour Light Source, and up-to-8000 Lumens of Brightness for a Wide Range of Applications
MELVILLE, N.Y., March 16, 2016 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, introduces the LX-MU800Z, the company’s first single-chip DLP Projector with a Laser Phosphor Light Source which delivers at maximum brightness 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO). Additional key features on the LX-MU800Z projector include native WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution, up-to-8000 lumens, a dynamic contrast ratio up to 10,500:1, and seven interchangeable lens options with motorized lens shift for installation flexibility. The projector’s combination of a long-life laser light source, sealed filter-free system, and wide array of advanced features make the LX-MU800Z projector ideal for a range of applications where high image quality and minimized maintenance are critical, including higher education and corporate environments, as well as houses of worship, entertainment, and trade shows/exhibitions.
“We are pleased to add this important technology to our growing line of interchangeable lens projectors,” explains Yuichi Ishizuka, president and COO, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “Canon’s LX-MU800Z Laser DLP Projector is an outstanding product on many levels and we are confident that it will meet and exceed the expectations of our current customers, and strengthen and expand our reach into new markets as well.”
Ease of Use and Advanced Imaging Functions
Versatile Connectivity and Network Management
The LX-MU800Z projector is compatible with Crestron, AMX and Extron devices enabling control of multiple projectors on a network, and also supports PJLink™ which allows users to control and monitor the projector over a network - a feature that is ideal for observing lamp hours, usage and more.
Pricing, Availability and Warranty
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For more information, please visit projectors.usa.canon.com
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1-Using the projector in the following situations may reduce the lifetime of optical parts: (1) When the lens faces downward during projection, (2) When the air intake vent of the projector faces downward during portrait projection.
2-Calculated value for 80 inches diagonal image.
3-The combination of a TX (transmitter) and RX (receiver) is required in order to create an HDBaseT system. Since the RX (receiver) is built into this model, and the TX (transmitter) is sold separately by another manufacturer – functionality cannot be guaranteed. Please check compatibility before use.
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