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Canon launches LX-MU500Z laser installation projector

Canon Middle East has launched the LX-MU500Z, a compact laser installation projector, ideal for academic institutions or corporate environments.

Featuring 5,000 lumens, native WUXGA resolution, Digital Light Processing (DLP) panel technology, vivid colour and 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, the LX-MU500Z is the perfect high-quality imaging partner to bring classroom lessons and boardroom presentations to life, said the firm.

With native WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200), the LX-MU500Z delivers sharp image output with easy-to-read text, and smooth graphics and video. This native resolution is highly advantageous for clear and impressive presentations, as well as digital signage and entertainment environments.

The LX-MU500Z is compact and lightweight, making it easy to install or move around, even in challenging installation spaces. With a laser light source, the LX-MU500Z does not need to be moved to replace consumables, ideal for a busy office or bustling college. Operating as quietly as 35 dB, it can be installed in the quietest of environments to provide distraction free projection.

For ease in any 360-degree orientation, the LX-MU500Z has a large lens shift of +/-50%, portrait projection and four corner keystone correction. This means that at whatever angle it is installed, even off axis, its images and geometry can be corrected. The LX-MU500Z comes with HDBaseT, a standard for transmitting HD images, audio and control signals over long distances and a CAT5e cable can be used, spanning up to 100m.

With no parts to replace, the LX-MU500Z is easy to maintain and inexpensive to run. Costs for the LX-MU500Z are further controlled by an instant on/off light source and reduced power consumption in both normal and standby mode.

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