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Archive by Canon U.S.A., Inc.

CANON U.S.A. REALiS SX7 MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR DELIVERS CLEAR, SHARP DISPLAY OF SOFTWARE CODE FOR ELSEVIER

canon-realis-sx7.jpg Writing computer software requires exacting detail. Proofreading each letter, number, and symbol in the code and checking that it is correct requires a crisp, high-resolution display that a team of programmers can carefully review, line-by-line. Since there is no room for error, the Engineering Information Group of publishing giant Elsevier displays their code for peer review using a Canon REALiS SX7 Multimedia Projector. Featuring HD-quality SXGA+ resolution display of intricate type as small as 7-point, the use of this projector enables the division’s entire team of programmers to view the software code as a group on a large-screen, in high-resolution detail. more

CANON U.S.A. INTRODUCES THE VB-C60 PAN/TILT/ZOOM NETWORK CAMERA FEATURING AN ULTRA-LONG 40X OPTICAL ZOOM AND POWERFUL DIGIC NET PROCESSOR

canon-vb-c60-ptz-camera.jpg LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., September 8, 2008 – Offering unprecedented performance and value, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, today announced the new VB-C60 Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) Network Camera. This new camera is designed as a versatile, compact solution for high-quality, remote-video monitoring over IP and can be used for many diverse applications, including monitoring property and facilities, surveillance in hospitals and schools, or web conferencing in board rooms. Featuring Genuine Canon Optics, the VB-C60 has an ultra-long built-in zoom (40x optical) and wide angle lens (56-degree horizontal field of view), as well as an Auto Focus system and Image Stabilization. more

CANON U.S.A. REALiS SX60 DELIVERS PRAISEWORTHY IMAGES FOR THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF SALT SPRINGS, FLORIDA

canon-realis-sx60.jpgThe old joke about being hit by divine lightning came frighteningly true at the First Baptist Church of Salt Springs, Florida. During a recent storm, lightning struck the church and damaged its projector beyond repair. Prompted by the calamity, the church embarked on a search for a new projector capable of displaying the words of hymns and the notes for sermons clearly enough for everyone in the 150-member congregation to read – and bright enough for them to do so without dimming the lights. Their quest eventually led them to choose the Canon REALiS SX60 Multimedia Projector. more

HIGH DEFINITION CAMCORDERS FROM CANON U.S.A. PROVIDE PERFORMANCE AND FEATURES FOR PROFESSIONAL USERS

As the demand for high-quality motion images on everything from cell phones to movie screens continues to increase, the need for affordable digital camcorders versatile enough to create content for a wide variety of display purposes becomes ever greater. Canon U.S.A. is answering this need with a range of professional HD camcorders that offer television producers, filmmakers, and other content creators a means of capturing their unique visions. more

CANON U.S.A. INTRODUCES THE REALiS WUX10 – THE WORLD’S FIRST WUXGA LCOS PROJECTOR, AND THE REALIS SX80 – THE WORLD’S FIRST PICTBRIDGE COMPATIBLE PROJECTOR

canon-realis-sx80.jpgLAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., June 3, 2008 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, has again advanced the acclaimed REALiS Multimedia Projector line with the introduction of two new models that provide unprecedented performance and features along with cutting-edge technology. more

CANON REALiS X600 MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR REVOLUTIONIZES ART INSTRUCTION AT MASSAPEQUA HIGH SCHOOL

canon-realis-x600.jpgArt instruction has been made easier for students at Massapequa High School on suburban Long Island, New York. Until recently, when Art Educator Vickie Ahearn needed to show her class close-up pictures of brush strokes or other fine artistic details, it required passing a book around the room or having students surround her desk to view illustrations. Now, however, a Canon REALiS X600 Multimedia Projector provides the class with large-screen displays of crisp XGA resolution images and all the 3500 ANSI lumen brightness necessary to view art illustrations without having to dim the lights. more

Canon XH A1 HD Camcorders Capture Online Video and Print-Quality Still Images for Major Newspapers

Online video is an increasingly important source of circulation and ad revenue for newspapers. Web video supplements the news in print editions, offering a TV-like online news experience and few limits on story length. As a result, more and more newspapers are outfitting their news photographers with affordable digital video cameras such as Canon U.S.A.’s XH A1 HD camcorder. An added benefit of newspaper photographers using the Canon XH A1 HD camcorder is that not only can it be used to create high-quality online video content, its superb picture quality enables newspapers to capture still video frames and use them in the print edition. more

Canon Announces Development of Own LCOS Reflective LCD Panel

canon_lcos_wuxga_sxga_s.jpgLAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., May 20, 2008 – Canon Inc. today announced that the Company has developed its own LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) reflective LCD panels, a key device used in multimedia projectors. At this year’s InfoComm ’08 trade show being held on June 18-20 in Las Vegas (Las Vegas Convention Center), this technology will be showcased (Booth #C1529). more

Canon VB-C50iR Pan/Tilt/Zoom Network Video Cameras Provide Remote IP Monitoring of Stadium Renovations

canon-kansas-city-chiefs.jpg The ability to remotely view video of building renovations via an Internet-connected security camera has become a popular innovation in the construction industry. When that renovation involves the home stadium of a major sports team, however, the use of such technology provides fans with the ability to see the progress unfold brick-by-brick. Both the National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs and Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals are currently renovating their stadiums. Faced with the challenge of finding the best video camera with convenient IP (Internet Protocol) connectivity and the ability to capture detailed video images of the construction from a distance, both teams chose the VB-C50iR pan/tilt/zoom Network Video Solutions (NVS) camera from Canon U.S.A., Inc. more

CANON REALiS SX6 MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR GETS “GREEN LIGHT” FROM TRAFFIC PLANNING AND DESIGN

canon-realis-tpd-1.jpgFor Traffic Planning and Design (TPD), a Pottstown, Penn.-based civil engineering firm, visual details are mission-critical. In order to show CADD (Computer Aided Design & Drafting) graphics of upcoming projects, TPD needed a display solution that could accurately convey every visual detail with intricate precision and clarity. After researching available options TPD outfitted its primary conference room with a Canon REALiS SX6 Multimedia Projector, which provides crisp SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) resolution display, 3,500 ANSI Lumens of brightness, a contrast ratio of 1000:1, and Adobe RGB color matching. more

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