Superior brightness. Seamless, high resolution images.
The XEED SX7 Mark II is ideal for business users and
photographers alike. SXGA+ resolution, 4000 lumens and a
dedicated ‘Photo’ mode ensure bright, colour-accurate images
in any lighting environment.
- Native SXGA+ resolution and LCOS technology for sharp,
- 4000 lumens brightness
- 1000:1 contrast ratio
- 1.7x zoom lens
- ‘PHOTO’ and Adobe RGB image modes
- Auto setup
- Near-silent 32dBA operation
- HD Ready with DVI port
The clearest image quality
In today’s competitive business climate, your professional presentations
have to stand out clearly from the rest. That’s where the XEED SX7
Mark II makes all the difference. It projects perfect, seamless images
with no gaps between pixels, thanks to advanced LCOS technology.
Native SXGA+ resolution (1400 x 1050 pixels) provides superior
reproduction of source text, graphics and moving images.
Super bright in any surroundings
Benefit from powerful projection with clear images, even when giving
presentations in high light levels or large venues. Ultra-bright 4000
lumens and a long-lasting AC lamp, combined with Canon’s AISYS
optical system, provide high performance projection at all times.
Vivid colours, deep blacks
Another advantage of Canon’s AISYS optical system is a high 1000:1
contrast ratio. This gives vivid colour tones and true blacks in dark areas,
for a richer viewing experience.
Flexible projector placement
The motorised 1.7x wide-angle Canon zoom lens ensures easy projector
placement, as even large images can be projected from a short distance.
It can be operated from a remote control handset or the control panel.
The lens has a special coating to prevent ghosting and flare.
Quiet Mode ensures near-silent operation, with fan noise
reduced to just 32dBA. Audiences can concentrate fully on
your presentation, without distracting background noise.
The projector is HD Ready, and can faithfully reproduce High Definition
images. HD display is enhanced by the DVI (Digital Visual Interface)
port, providing the best possible image quality. Support for the HDCP
standard allows playback of encrypted digital content.