Canon introduced the new XEED 4K6021Z, a very bright native 4K laser projector built on the previous XEED 4K5020Z, launched in December 2018. The new projector fits into the Canon 4K range of solutions, and offers Dual Display Port connectivity.
The new Canon LCOS laser projector is particularly light and guarantees 6000 lumens, very faithful reproduction of colors and 4K definition. Thanks to the LCOS reflective panel technology, the projector offers a high opening value that is almost devoid of distance between the pixels, avoiding the “screen door effect” and thus being a suitable solution for museums, design applications and creative installations.
As for color reproduction, XEED 4K6021Z works at 10 bits 4: 4: 4, while the Dual Display Port ensures particularly vivid images, covering the entire sRGB color space. Moreover, the native 4K resolution (4096 x 2160) is very suitable for applications such as Educational, design and medical field.
On the optical side, the projector can be used with seven interchangeable Canon lenses, including the new standard 4K RS-SL07RST zoom. The laser light source also allows the projector to be 360-degrees oriented, in any position, and significantly reduces maintenance costs (up to 40.000 hours of maintenance-free operation). The air filter, easily accessible even when mounted, minimizes the hours of inactivity, and the projector is covered, moreover, by a 5-year warranty including an after-sales assistance service which involves sending a replacement unit in the event of product failure (Loan Unit).
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