Canon’s solid-state light source projector, the LX-MU600Z produces an ultra-bright 6,800-lumen image at up to 1920×1200 WUXGA resolution. Canon’s laser diode and phosphor light source technology will outlast traditional lamp projectors, providing 20,000 hours of use – that’s 7 years if used for 8 hours every day. With its solid state, liquid-cooled light source, the Canon LX-MU600Z will run all day, every day, yet running costs are just one-tenth of traditional mercury lamp projectors.
Control, flexibility and power at your fingertips, with support for full 360-degree projection mapping and image warping for projection onto curved surfaces, plus advanced geometry adjustment controls, 4-corner keystone correction, 25-degree crop-less image rotation and 50% mechanical image shift. Canon’s unique edge blending tools allow adjacent images from multiple projectors to be merged quickly and easily, and the projector can even be mounted in portrait orientation (mount required).
Take advantage of 7 interchangeable bayonet-style lenses* designed for almost every use case, from short throw ultra wide zoom (0.62m-10.4m) to ultra long zoom (up to 91m), all with screen sizes from 40” to 500”. Swapping between lenses is safe and simple: the LX-MU600Z’s on-board software has 8 pre-set lens setting memory slots, while the lens safety function shuts down the light source should the lens be removed.
Combining single-chip DLP technology with a powerful laser light source, the Canon LX-MU600Z uses a 4-segment, 3-colour wheel to achieve a superior image and significantly reduce ‘rainbow effect’, while dynamic contrast delivers deeper blacks. A broad 91.9% sRGB colour gamut provides a vibrant palette of colours, and brightness settings can be changed in 1% increments from 35% to 100% for accurate adjustment to ambient lighting conditions and to match brightness when edge blending.
The Canon LX-MU600Z is ready to display a wide range of media, with direct input for HDMI 1.4a, 15-pin D-sub, DVI-D, 5BNC component and the high-spec 3Gb/s video standard 3G-SDI and HDBaseT for uncompressed video-over-Ethernet – ideal for vivid, stable projection mapping. The LX-MU600Z also provides 15-pin D-sub and 3G-SDI output ports, while control systems can take advantage of the RS-232C serial port, HDBaseT, LAN and network control functions.
With a long-life light source and no filters to replace, the LX-MU600Z is easy to maintain. Canon’s free Three Year Enhanced Warranty Loan Service provides a next-day** loan projector while your original device is serviced, meaning downtime is kept to a minimum.