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Canon’s new projector is designed to be versatile

One of a pair of new projectors from Canon making their first ISE appearance is the 4K resolution, 5,000 lumens, 50,000:1 contrast ratio LX-MH502Z. Weighing 9.3kg and featuring single chip DLP, it uses pixel shift technology to create 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) and is designed for integration in small or awkward installation environments. The laser diode and yellow phosphor light source facilitates 24/7 usage and allows the LX-MH502Z to be used in any 360° orientation. Portrait projection is also possible to meet the needs of digital signage applications.

With a 1.6x zoom and wide lens shift, the LX-MH502Z is said to offer versatility in installation for a wide variety of applications: it is capable of a lens shift of +/- 60% vertical and +/-23% horizontal, allowing the image to be adjusted with no need to tilt or reposition the projector. It is capable of delivering images up to 6.5m wide.

The LX-MH502Z is equipped with two HDMI inputs, offering 4K/60p using a single HDMI cable, plus HDR and 4K at both 60p and 30p respectively.

Noise level is 35dB in eco mode, which also reduces brightness to 3,750 lumens.

Stand: 1.N30