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Christie WXGA LCD Projector

The Christie LW300 LCD digital projector produces bright images in a native 16:9 format to create powerful presentations
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Christie WXGA LCD Projector

Dec 21, 2006 11:00 AM

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The Christie LW300 LCD digital projector produces bright images in a native 16:9 format to create powerful presentations.

With 3000 lumens and a 1000:1 contrast ratio, the Christie LW300 digital projector offers bright, bold images in true native 1366x768 resolution. A large selection of zoom and fixed lenses allow for flexible installation options. Vertical lens shift and digital keystone correction facilitate image placement. An optional long-life filter kit extends the maintenance cycle.

State-of-the-art 10-bit image processing creates crisp, clear, artifact-free video images on HD signals up to 1080p. Multiple inputs and outputs allow users to connect to virtually any source on the market, including analog RGB and digital DVI with HDCP.

Featuring motorized zoom, focus, and lens shift, the Christie LW300 is easy to set up and easy to maintain. Optional ChristieNET provides networking through a TCP/IP network for ultimate control and preventative maintenance.

3000 ANSI lumens
True WXGA resolution (1366x768)
Contrast ratio of 1000:1
3D digital noise reduction
Power zoom and focus
Motorized lens shift (up/down)
Vertical and horizontal digital keystone correction
Large suite of optional accessories

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