Canon's LV-S1 Projector

Canon's LV-S1 is a microportable projector that weighs 6 lbs. and offers up to 1,000 ANSI lumens of brightness in a compact unit. The projector incorporates a newly developed optical box that improves the processing of light for superior color fidelity. For classroom presenters, this provides enhanced image quality and a dramatic improvement over conventional designs. The LV-S1 delivers sharp native SVGA and XGA resolutions, and can project a 200" image at 90 percent uniform brightness.

Component video input is available for the high-quality display of DVD and HDTV video. In addition, plug-and-play connectivity allows the LV-S1 to identify the input signal automatically and adjust accordingly, while an image select feature allows presenters to customize the display to best suit the source image. Canon U.S.A., (800) OK-CANON, www.canonprojectors.com.

This article originally appeared in the 05/01/2002 issue of THE Journal.

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