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Compact and light 4K projector from Canon makes ISE debut

Canon’s new 4K projector is claimed to feature the world’s most compact and light chassis yet, and will be on show at ISE 2019.

Canon’s new 4K resolution projector will be on show at ISE 2019. The 4K5020Z is an LCOS technology-based projector that is claimed by Canon to feature the world’s most compact and light chassis yet.

Delivering 5,000 lumens of brightness using a blue laser diode light source and yellow phosphor wheel, the interchangeable lens projector features Canon’s newly developed RS-SL07RST lens. This is a 4K lens that the company says utilises Canon’s most advanced lens glass. The lens features a 1.76x motorised zoom facility.

Multiple image settings are said to offer precise content reproduction, including DICOM sim which delivers sharp greyscale for displaying medical X-rays.

The 4K5050Z is provided with two HDMI inputs, offering 4K/60p using a single HDMI cable, plus HDR and 4K at both 60p and 30p respectively. Designed to enable easier integration, the 4K5020Z features a lens shift of +/-73% in the vertical plane (or, in expanded mode, 104%) and +/- 11% in the horizontal plane.

The projector is equipped with a 12-month scheduling function, which allows for programming and automation to the power, inputs, lens and calibration for reduced management time.

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