Unrivalled Clarity. Complete Connectivity.
With SXGA+ resolution and 3000 lumens, the XEED SX80 Mark
II produces crystal-clear images. Superb connectivity enables
projection from almost any source, including DVI, HDMI
and even USB flash drives.
- Native SXGA+ resolution with Canon LCOS technology
- 3000 lumens brightness and 900:1 contrast ratio
- 1.5x zoom lens with 10:0 offset
- PHOTO image mode
- Auto Setup
- PC-Less presentation
- DVI and HDMI™ connectivity
- RJ-45 network port
Native SXGA+ resolution
With native SXGA+ resolution (1400 x 1050 pixels), the XEED SX80
Mark II reproduces images with amazing clarity and sufficient levels of
detail even for specialist applications. Canon LCOS technology avoids
common projection image drawbacks, reproducing detailed images
without the unwanted “lattice” or “rainbow” effects.
Exceptional brightness and contrast
With a generous 3000 lumens brightness and 900:1 contrast ratio, the
XEED SX80 Mark II delivers clear, well defined images. Canon’s AISYS
optical system maximises the performance of the highly efficient AC
projector lamp, for powerful projection. Displaying deep blacks and vivid
colours, every subtle gradation is reproduced with clarity and precision.
The SX80 Mark II is fitted with a Canon 1.5x powered zoom projection
lens, specially designed to combat distortion and deliver perfect
image geometry. In addition, the 10:0 lens offset makes installation
PHOTO image mode
The SX80 Mark II features a new ‘Photo’ image mode, specially
designed for the optimum reproduction of sRGB photographic
images. By taking into account the colour tone and brightness of the
ambient light, photos can be reproduced with superb colour accuracy,
regardless of variations in lighting conditions.
Fully automatic set-up
At the touch of a button, the projector automatically configures four key
settings: Focus, Keystone Correction, Input Selection and Screen Colour
The XEED SX80 Mark II utilises USB technology, for direct projection
of image files from USB flash drives. Photographs, slides and other
images in JPEG format can be projected directly from the flash drive.
In addition, direct image display is possible from PictBridge-compatible