Canon’s latest multimedia projector, the LV-7590, is definitely worth looking into if you want some versatility attached to the device. After all, it will feature five other optional lenses to choose from, allowing you to customize it to fit a range of front or rear projection applications. Apart from that, the LV-7590 will feature 7,000 lumens of brightness and a contrast ratio of 1,800:1, making it more than ideal to see action in various large venues including houses of worship, school auditoriums, showrooms, large conference rooms, art galleries, museums and small theaters. Expect the LV-7590 multimedia projector to be equipped with Color Control Device – this piece of advanced technology is touted to deliver exceptional image clarity and precise color.
As for the aforementioned optional lenses, they comprise of an Ultra Wide-Angle Lens (LV-IL01); Wide-Angle Zoom Lens (LV-IL02); Long-Focus Zoom Lens (LV-IL03); Ultra Long-Focus Zoom Lens (LV-IL04); and a 1.3x Zoom Lens (LV-IL05). Connectivity options are provided in the form of a 5BNC terminal and a high-speed DVI-D interface, supporting video signals such as 1080p, 1080i, 720p and 480i among others. Being HDCP compliant also helps increase its compatibility factor with a variety of other source devices. It won’t come cheap though, as the LV-7590 sports a $8,999 sticker price as it hits the market at the end of the month. [Press Release]