Thursday, June 30, 2011

Sony Unveils HDR-JP50 Handycam Projector

Sony HDR-PJ50 Handycam ProjectorSony has just recently unveiled its newest Handycam Projector. This new device will allow users to project HD video onto flat surfaces literally moments after the image or video has been shot or captured.

The launch of the HDR-PJ50 in India is the latest device to roll out in a series of Handycam Projector models that have been designed with a built-in high contrast projector on the outside of a flip-out LCD panel. This gives users a simple, yet effective way to replay videos or images without the need or hassle of additional cables, a computer or any other device.

The compact LED projector allows videos as well as images to be projected at up to 1.5 meters onto walls, ceilings, screens or any other flat surface you can find with the optimum projecting distance being about 3 meters. The 220GB internal hard drive provides storage for the captured video and images while the Highlight Playback feature allows for quick and easy playback of videos and images.

The new Handycam Projector series comes with an advanced Clear Phase 5.1 channel stereo speaker with S-Master digital amplifiers in order to produce clear, dynamic sound. However, if you desire a more cinematic feel to your sound, you can always connect your device to an external 5.1 home cinema system using the integrated 3.5mm audio input.

The Advanced Wind Noise Reduction feature allows you to keep noise and wind interference to a minimum when shooting videos. Another useful feature is the Optical SteadyShot which automatically corrects shaky videos and is ideal for capturing fast moving footage like sporting events.

If highly portable projectors that double as cameras are something you have always dreamed about, then give the HDR-PJ50 Handycam Projector from Sony a try.

Source: Projector Point - Sony Introduces latest Handycam Projector

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Thursday, June 16, 2011

Canon Introduces New LV-8320 Multimedia Projector

Canon LV-8320Canon has just recently announced a new portable multimedia LCD projector aimed at education, traveling sales and small business markets. Known as the Cannon LV-8320, this device has a very high brightness of 3,000 lumens as well as a 2,000:1 contrast ratio. The LV-8320 also has a native wide-screen WXGA resolution of 1,200 x 800 and can accept full 1080p HD content via integrated HDMI port.

The LV-8320 also contains a 1.6x manual zoom lens that allows for easy setup and placement in any situation. The lamp system in this projector is designed for extended life and power savings and the projector automatically adjusts the lamp output according to the brightness of the image being projected. In addition to that, it also automatically adjusts the shift of color balance, decreasing lamp output which results in a significant reduction to the projector's power consumption.

According to Canon, the projector's air filter, which is made of a three-layer hybrid material, is able to withstand 5,500 hours of usage in ECO mode. There are also a bunch of connections on this projector that are perfect for computers, video and audio. The LV-8320 comes with an HDMI port as well as a built-in 10-Watt speaker. However, if the built-in speaker isn't enough, you can always relay audio to external speakers through the the stereo audio mini-jack output. The LV-8320 also comes with an RJ-45 Network Connection and RS-232C Serial Connection to provide full LAN control as well as remote PC control.

Due to the native WXGA resolution, the LV-8320 is compatible with native 16:10 displays seen in recent laptops and desktops making it perfect for meetings or classroom settings. The bright 3,000 lumen output along with the 2,000:1 contrast ratio also ensures bright, well-defined images no matter where you set up. The LV-8320 multimedia projector from Canon is backed by a 3-year limited warranty and will be available in early July for $900.

Source: PC Mag - Canon Introduces Portable Multimedia Projector

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Friday, June 3, 2011

Boxlight Unveils New Seattle X40N

Boxlight Seattle X40NBoxlight has just recently announced the release of the company's latest product in the Seattle Series line of projectors. The new product is known as the Seattle X40N and is the brightest in the series at 4,000 lumens. The Seattle X40N also includes a robust input panel as well as many special features that make it simple and easy to use.

Boxlight's Seattle Series of projectors was originally launched back in 2009 and included five projectors that varied in brightness and resolution. The Seattle Series was developed for people who needed a quality projector for presentations in a variety of environments, a projector with various inputs and also one that won't break the bank. The Seattle X40N only weighs 7.3 lbs. which makes the 4,000 lumens brightness even better.

This device is also an XGA resolution projector which makes it perfect for areas that have issues with lighting control as well as in situations with larger screen sizes. The Seattle X40N also comes with a variety of anti-theft features standard and also has auto sensing search, sync, ceiling mount, keystone and filter alerts. Seven different display modes give the user a lot of flexibility as do the logo capture and image freeze features along with an on-board 8-speaker.

According to Product Manager at Boxlight Jeremy Peterson, "We have had great success with our Seattle Series projectors. It is a solid line - and over the platform's history, the only request received was to up the lumen output to 4,000. With a proven history of reliability and performance, we are confident the Seattle X40N will be a welcomed addition to the series.

Source: Boxlight - Boxlight Announces Release of New Projector - Seattle X40N

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