Canon WUX10 Mark II and SX80 Mark II Projectors

Canon announces two new additions to its line of Realis multimedia LCoS projectors: the WUX10 Mark II and SX80 Mark II
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Canon WUX10 Mark II and SX80 Mark II Projectors

Nov 5, 2009 4:20 PM

Canon WUX10 Mark II Projector

Canon announces two new additions to its line of Realis multimedia LCoS projectors: the WUX10 Mark II and SX80 Mark II. These projectors include a new Photo Image mode, allowing for advanced color management and adjustments for ambient lighting conditions. This new mode is ideal for professionals with discerning image quality needs, including those in the fields of photography, education, engineering, and the arts and sciences. With the introduction of the Photo Image mode, users can take advantage of added flexibility to improve the look and feel of images being projected. The WUX10 Mark II multimedia projector features WUXGA 1920x1200 native resolution (2.30 megapixels), 3200 lumens of brightness, and 16:10 aspect ratio. The SX80 Mark II is a high-resolution SXGA+ 1400x1050 (1.47 megapixels) model combining multiple user-friendly features such as PictBridge connectivity, with easy installation and overall affordability. The SX80 Mark II also delivers 3000 lumens of brightness, a wide selection of video and audio inputs/outputs (HDMI and DVI included), and advanced LCOS technology. MSRP: $12,999 (WUX10 Mark II); $3,999 (SX80 Mark II)

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