Canon LV-7370 3000 LUMENS XGA PROJECTOR LV-7370
$745.00 to $880.00
The LV-7370 multimedia projector's sophisticated design allows for both easy portability and ceiling installation. An array of easy-to-use features such as updated control panel and easy-to-navigate onscreen menu, make the LV-7370 simpler to use than ever before.
|Type||LCD Projectors||Display Technology||TFT Active Matrix||Image Brightness||3000 ANSI lumens||Contrast Ratio||500:1|
|Native Resolution||1024 x 768||Image Size (Diagonal)||21 in. - 300 in.||Image Aspect Ratio||4:3 (Standard)||HDTV Formats||480i • 576i • 720p • 1080i • 480p • 576p||Screen Distance||2.62 ft. - 37 ft.|
|Interface||RS232C (mini DIN-8 pin)||Video Input||15 Pin D-Sub VGA (component) • S-Video x 1|
|Light Source Life||4000 Hours|
|Projection Method||Rear • Ceiling|
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