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Old 16-07-2009
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Canon LV-7275 Projector

The new LV-7275 multimedia projector's sophisticated new design allows for both easy portability and ceiling installation. An array of easy-to-use features such as an updated control panel and an easy to navigate on-screen menu make the LV-7275 simple to use. In addition to producing images of superior quality, for which Canon is renowned, its network capabilities and added security features make the LV-7275 the perfect solution for users in corporate or educational environments. You can get the Canon LV-7275 next month for $999.
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Canon LV-7275 Projector Features

Canon LV-7275 Projector Features

Native XGA Resolution

The LV-7275 offers native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution for your images, making it a perfect match for your laptop computer. In addition, the LV-7275 supports WXGA resolution through high-quality compression to match the resolution of your widescreen laptop or PC.

2600 Lumens

With a powerful 2600 lumens, the LV-7275 is among the brightest of Canon's portable XGA resolution projectors. Even in a classroom or office with high levels of ambient light, your audience will be sure to see every brilliant detail of your presentation. You can even use your LV-7275 to present in front of large audiences in conference and boardroom environments. And you'll be able to use that brightness longer, thanks to a Long Life Lamp which delivers up to 4,000 hours of use in Quiet Mode.

1.2x Optical Zoom Lens

The 1.2x optical zoom lens faithfully projects images while offering ease of placement. This allows you to easily change the screen size to accommodate various venues and/or applications- regardless of space limitations.

The LV-7275's short throw distance allows you to project 100-inch images from only 10.2 feet, making the LV-7275 easy to setup in large rooms. Only 8.2 feet are needed for 80-inch projections, making it ideal for classrooms and small meeting rooms.

DVI-I Interface (HDCP Compliant)

The LV-7275's DVI-I interface provides an all-digital connection between the projector and an input source. It avoids the signal conversion step required by analog connections, and thus maintains high signal integrity. This results in a clearer picture, with no flickering, blurred lines, ghost images, or coloration problems with text display.

Built-In Network Connection

A built-in RJ-45 network connection allows you to control projectors from a central location, making it easy to install and manage a large scale system. The network connection also enables the projector to send out an email alert when an error has occurred, or when the lamp has reached the end of its life. The LV-7275 also supports AMX device discovery.

Wide Range of Connectivity

The LV-7275 connects to a variety of devices including laptop and desktop computers, DVD players, digital cameras, camcorders, and VCRs. HDMI devices are connectable using an HDMI to DVI adapter*. Many desktop PCs cannot be connected to both a projector and monitor at the same time. The LV-7275's Monitor Out terminal allows for an external monitor to be connected to the projector- a practical feature in settings where the projector is hooked up to a desktop computer. In addition, the projectors network capabilities allow you to control projector's from a central location.

Flexible Image Settings

The LV-7275 allows you to appropriately optimize your projections using one of five automatic image modes:
  • Presentation - Ideal for presentations using PowerPoint.
  • Video - For projecting standard video, such as TV broadcasts.
  • Cinema - For projecting film-based video, such as movies (DVD or HDTV).
  • Standard - When maximum color accuracy is desired for viewing graphics.
  • sRGB - For reproducing color adapted to the sRGB color space; suitable for sRGB content.

Screen Color Correction

Useful when a projection screen is not available, the LV-7275's Screen Color Correction feature allows you to project directly onto a wall, correcting the distortion of colors caused by the color of the projection surface. The LV-7275 lets you choose from 8 different projection surface colors.

In addition to the 8 screen colors, a Whiteboard Mode is also available for projecting images onto whiteboards. The Whiteboard Mode dramatically reduces the reflective "bright spots" on a whiteboard, helping to maintain genuine color re-creation. The often used green chalkboard is especially usefull in the classroom setting.

Color Management

The LV-7275 allows users to manually fine-tune colors and black tones for precise, customized on-screen image adjustment. Instead of having just one master control, the projectors offer individual adjustment for color levels and color balance (not available for the RGB input), as well as brightness, contrast, and sharpness

7-Watt Speakers

The LV-7275 is equipped with high output 7-watt speakers, making it possible for audio to be heard clearly in most classrooms and conference rooms.

Sophisticated New Design

This new LV-7275 has been ergonomically designed, with a variety of new features that make your job easier than ever before:

Carrying Handle
A carrying handle has been integrated into the main unit, making transporting the projector quick and easy. In addition to the increased portability, the exterior combines functionality with style. By using light colors such as pearl white and gray, the projector easily blends in elegantly with most interiors.

Newly-Designed Lens Cover
The newly-designed lens cover protects the entire area around the lens, protecting the lens from dust that can penetrate into gaps of the zoom lever and focus ring.

Easy Access Lamp
An opening for replacing the lamp has been installed on the top of the projector. Even if the projector is installed on the ceiling, the LV-7275's lamp can be replaced without having to move the projector. In addition, a replacement counter will display a message indicating the time when lamps and filters need replacing.

Time and Energy Efficient

The LV-7275 has a variety of features that make the projector both energy efficient, and time efficient for the user:

Direct Power On
Useful for ceiling-installed projectors, this feature will automatically turn on the projector when the power cord is plugged into an outlet- eliminating the need to press the power switch on the unit- a practical function when the projector is not directly accessible.

Computer Synchronization
This feature will automatically turn on the projector when a computer is connected and an input signal is detected. The projector will automatically synchronize with your computer screen's pixel configuration.

Power Management
When selected, this feature will automatically turn off the projector after a designated period of no operation: either 5, 10, 20, or 30 minutes.

Off Timer
The Off Timer feature can be set to automatically turn the device off after a specific time. Eight preset time options are selectable: Off, 0:30, 1:00, 2:00, 4:00, 8:00, 12:00 and 16:00.
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