Canon is responsible for manufacturing all sorts of electronic equipment. Normally all involving a lens of some sort, whether it is for their camcorders, digital cameras or even their projectors. Today we have news of five new projectors that the company has launched.
These five new projectors are designed with the intention of being mobile in order to be carried around to various locations. The LV-79290, LV-7295, LV-7490, LV-7390 and LV-8225 which make up the five new products, all share similar features as well as providing their uniqueness.
According to the article at Slashgear with the press of a button the devices will all be able to identify the input in use and all feature auto setup that corrects the keystone. All the lenses are 1.2x zoom, the filters are good for 5,500 hours and each projector lamp will provide 6,000 hours of usage.
All of the new Canon projectors will include audio, video and computer connectivity and have minimal sound output of 29dB in quiet mode.
For more details and to find out what each are offering individually check out the link above where you will also find the prices of the new line from Canon. What do you think of the new line? Let us know in the comments below.
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