At ISE, Canon has launched the LX-4K3500Z, its first large venue 4K projector, as it targets a new market. The 40,000 lumen 4K DLP laser projector is compatible with a range of exchangeable lenses and is said to be equipped for versatile and challenging installations, including the rental and staging market.
Speaking to the ISE Daily yesterday, Colin Boyle, European product marketing specialist, said: “We continue to focus on 4K resolution, with the aim of offering our customers the broadest range of capabilities and price points. The large venue/high brightness market is a growing one that is ideally suited to what we can deliver, and in which we’re convinced we can succeed.”
The LX-4K3500Z is equipped with 10-bit colour processing to deliver over one billion colours across the DCI-P3 colour space, without any additional filters. Featuring a laser optical system, which encompasses two colour light sources and a phosphor wheel, the LX-4K3500Z is capable of a wide colour gamut. Based on 3-chip DLP technology with HDR and a 30,000:1 contrast ratio, the LX-4K3500Z is compatible with a range of seven lenses for projection onto 100in-1,000in screens from distances of 2m-176m.