The LX-4K3500Z features 10-bit colour processing,
Canon has released its first 4K projector designed for use in large venues, including houses of worship. The LX-4K3500Z is a high brightness DLP laser projector and is compatible with seven exchangeable lenses that can be used for screens between 100 inches and 1,000 inches from distances between 2m and 176m.
The LX-4K3500Z features 10-bit colour processing, which allows it to output more than 1 billion colours across the DCI-P3 colour spectrum, without the need for additional filters. Featuring a laser optical system, encompassing a pair of colour light sources and a phosphor wheel, the projector offers a wide colour gamut to, in the manufacturer’s words, deliver ‘a sense of presence and immersion within native 4K video sources’. A three-chip DLP with HDR and a 30,000:1 high dynamic contrast ratio facilitates the production of vivid colours and deeper blacks without colour breakup for a faithful reproduction on screen.
The projector possesses two colour laser light sources that deliver 40,000 centre lumens. There are four different laser light output modes, including constant brightness and manual adjustment, which can be calibrated in 1% increments from 30–100%, providing added control of light output for blending. Its three 1.38-inch DLP panels allow for a 4096 x 2160 for 8,847,360 pixels output.