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Thursday, September 02, 2004
Canon launch three new multi-media projectors


Canon's three new additions to their range of multi-media projectors: the LV-7225, LV-7220 and LV-5220 to cover both home and professional needs.

Canon announced three new additions to their range of multi-media projectors: the LV-7225, LV-7220 and LV-5220 . Each device benefits from Canon's expertise and heritage in optical technology and features a Canon 1.6x zoom projection lens. The wide angle of the lens provides a large image when the projector is close to the screen and the powerful zoom allows for flexible placement of the projector.

  • LV-7225 ? 2,500 ANSI lumens, high resolution native XGA projection and a high contrast ratio of 350:1
  • LV-7220 ? 2,000 ANSI lumens, high resolution native XGA projection and a high contrast ratio of 350:1
  • LV-5220 ? 2,000 ANSI lumens, native SVGA projection and a high contrast ratio of 400:1
Each projector also incorporates a range of features to automatically maximize image quality and increase flexibility of use, including eight flexible image settings for optimal results in different lighting conditions. Both vertical and horizontal keystone correction prevent image distortion when the projector faces the screen at an angle. Progressive scan replication with interlaced video signals provides smoother movement and sharper text. Each projector weighs only 2.9 kg, has a footprint of hardly more than an A4 sheet, and features quiet operation with a 35-decibel quiet mode.

 

Pricing, availability and further enquiries
The LV-7225, LV-7220 and LV-5220 will be available from 1 October 2004 priced at:

LV-5220 £1199 ~ € 1789
LV-7220 £1449 ~ € 2163
LV-7225 £1779 ~ € 2655

Further enquiries
UK - 08705 143723 / www.canon.co.uk
Eire - (01) 2052400 / www.canon.ie



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