Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Canon's New Medical LCoS Projector

Canon's New Medical LCOS Projector
Canon has a new LCoS projector and it's aimed at medical professors. It has the ability to display CAT Scans, X-rays, and MRIs on a screen larger than your average PACS monitor.

The REALiS SX7 Mark II D will set you back a little less than $8,000, but it's great for hospitals, colleges, and medical offices.

Features include a screen size between 40 and 300 inches, contrast ratio of 1,000:1, brightness of 4,000 lumens, and SXGA+. The projector uses DCIM to display CAT Scans, MRIs, and X-rays, which is what makes it different from its predecessor, the REALiS SX7 Mark II. This projector has the ability to reproduce black and white images in different lighting conditions. It also offers 21 gray scale tone settings, as well as 1.7x/12x digital zoom, a 3.9 to 29.5 foot throw distance, digital image shift, a 1 watt mono speaker, quite mode, and support for Adobe RGB.

The projector has a 3,000 hour lamp life and includes a number of input and output options, including component input, composite, DVI-I 29 pin, RCA, three stereo audio inputs, analog PC out, stereo audio output and RS-232.

Looking for an Affordable LCD Projector Rental then call 800-736-8772 today. Ask about the newest type of projector whose appeal is "all in the mirrors" and see if a DLP Projector Rental is right for you.

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