Canon has revealed the XEED SX7 Mark II projector which will succeed the SX7 projector in the range and features a new mode to optimise the projection of photos with improved colour.
The XEED SX7 Mark II's 'Photo' mode allows you to compensate for the brightness and tone of ambient light via a range of setting options that have been pre-programmed into the projector. This mode compensates for the ambient light by adjusting the colours projected, thus rendering the image closer to the way it would appear on an sRGB monitor.
Capitalising on Canon's Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) technology to produce bright, vivid and highly-detailed images, the XEED SX7 Mark II features an ultra-bright 4000 lumens output, with high SXGA+ resolution and 1000:1 contrast ratio.
The XEED SX7 Mark II projector will sit below the flagship XEED WUX10 projector in the Canon professional projector range and is scheduled to be available from April 2010.