Canon India expanded its lineup of projectors with the launch of LX-MU800Z, XEED WUX6010 and XEED WUX 450ST projectors. According to the company, the LX-MU800Z comes with a new Laser Light Source technology introduced for the first time in the series.
The other hand, the XEED series projectors come with new features, such as hardware edge blending which gives users flexibility and better control over image presentations.
The LX-MU800Z, is the firm’s first single-chip DLP projector with a Laser Phosphor Light Source, resulting in a longer lamp life with a maximum brightness of 8,000 lumens for up to 20,000 hours. This translates to a lower running cost. It also reduces the need for the projector to power up or shut down.
The projector comes with a flexible 360 degree installation orientation at all angles on the vertical axis. It features multiple connectivity options, such as 3G-SDI, HDMI, and DVI-D, and a built-in HDBaseT receiver. This allows the projector to beam uncompressed HD audio and video, and control signals to be transmitted over a single LAN cable with a maximum distance of up to 100 meters.
On the other hand, WUX6010 and WUX450ST are based on LCOS technology, which works in combination with the firm’s AISYS system to produce smooth images. The XEED series also have the HDBaseT receiver for better quality. With its four-point keystone correction feature, users can keep their projected images sharp and precise even when projecting at an angle.
Recently, Canon launched the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera in India. Priced at Rs 2,54,995 (body only), the camera is the successor of 5D Mark III and will be available from the first week of September. The price with EF24-70mm f/4L IS USM lens is Rs 3,06,995. With the EF24-105mm f/4L IS II USM lens, the price goes to Rs 3,24,995.
According to Canon, the EOS 5D Mark IV is both dust and water resistant. Its exterior is protected with a rubber coating at all of the joint areas.
Aimed for video professionals, the 5D Mark IV DSLR camera features a 30.4MP full-frame high-sensitivity sensor and Dual Pixel CMOS AF for rapid focusing speeds. It is powered by Canon’s Digic 6+ image processor with enhanced noise isolation and low-light shooting algorithms.