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Whether you're looking for seamless integration solutions, the best in projection optics or an easy overview of the difference between native 4K and 4K UHD, you'll be able to touch, try and ask experts about Canon's projectors and lenses at ISE 2019.
Here are five reasons to head straight for stand N30 in Hall 1 of the RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, when ISE 2019 kicks off on 5 February.
Visitors to Canon's stand will discover why Canon's projectors are leaders in the marketplace: Canon's patented AISYS technology allows for smaller, brighter, higher quality projectors with low distortion and reduced power consumption, helping you meet your end user's green targets when specifying your AV system.
Canon is also giving system integrators a chance to take control of a XEED WUX6600Z projector using a tablet and Wi-Fi connection, demonstrating how deeper integration with personal devices is making Canon's solutions simpler and faster to use. The Service Tool app is perfect for control at live events, and the Wi-Fi setup enables settings to be copied from one projector to up to eight other projectors, speeding up your installation process.
You'll also find on show a demonstration of Canon’s commitment to expand into new markets providing high quality 4K solutions.
Museums and creative installations are demanding far more from technology. Come to the stand to see how Canon's unique lens shift and optical technology enable blended projection onto curved screens for a fully immersive experience.
On Canon's stand, you can see the difference between native 4K and 4K UHD pixel shift technology. The new Canon XEED 4K5020Z and Canon LX-MH502Z DLP Laser Projector will both be on show at native 4K resolution and 4K UHD respectively, so you can identify which solution is the best match for your client's needs.
You'll also be treated to a live demonstration of just how far a projected image can be moved around the room with the screen with the unique RS-SL06UW lens. As well as the incredible lens shift, it's your opportunity to see the new Canon RS-SL07RST lens, on display for the first time.
With a large product area and an intuitive graphic wall, you'll get a complete overview of Canon's full range of projectors and lenses. Products shown include Canon's smallest and lightest native 4K laser phosphor projector, the world's smallest in its lumen class. The new Canon XEED 4K5020Z, Canon LX-MH502Z and a new 4K model will be on display too, along with seven spigot fitting lenses for the new XEED installation range.
Not only will you get a comprehensive overview of lumen outputs, resolution outputs and lens shift so you make an informed choice of projectors and lenses that suit your applications – you'll also gain an understanding of how Canon's expertise in image quality and optics make for a better experience, and integrate elegantly with wider systems for a range of installation types.
See how Canon's optics provide the best 4K experience from the point of capture to the point of display at the touch and try area, where you can get your hands on a range of Canon's 4K cameras, from Canon's full-frame mirrorless Canon EOS R System, which made headlines around the world when it was launched in 2018, to the Canon XF705 handheld professional camcorder and a range of cinema cameras equipped with the latest technology for capturing high-quality 4K content.Canon's ISE stand can be found in Hall 1, stand N30, at the RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, between 5 and 8 February 2019.