Product Initiative Transforms the Face of Presentations

Canon’s Presentation Products Initiative product line includes many of Canon’s popular digital video camcorders, digital cameras, digital document cameras, remote controlled cameras, projectors, streaming video products and wireless presentation tools. The Initiative seeks to transform the current landscape of presentations in order to maximize audience attention and message retention in class instruction and presentation.

Key products in the Initiative’s product line include the LV-Series Projectors, the VC-C4 Remote Controlled Camera, the VB101 Network Camera Server, the DZ-3600U Digital Document Camera, the PowerShot S100 Digital ELPH, the XL1 Digital Camcorder and the Elura 2MC. The projectors in this line feature the turbo bright system and true color technology. The remote controlled camera is just 4” long and 3.5” high and brings pan, tilt and zoom to distance learning. The network camera features a high image quality and image capture rate, making live or stored Web-based streaming video easy. The digital camera features high resolution and the power to capture tiny details on charts, blueprints and physical objects. The ELPH is a tiny 2-megapixel digital camera, and the XL1 features a Mini DV camcorder with interchangeable lens system and full manual control. The 2MC is a compact digital video camcorder that can shoot still images and combine full connectivity and high resolution. Canon USA, Inc., Lake Success, NY, (800) OK-CANON, www.usa.canon.com.

This article originally appeared in the 06/01/2001 issue of THE Journal.

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