REALiS SX6000 D Pro AV

Item Code: 5749B013


Advanced Color Enhancement System

Like all REALiS Projectors, the REALiS SX6000 D includes Canon's high-accuracy color controls, which ensure accurate color reproduction and compensate for color variances due to lighting differences. High brightness and contrast produce rich, detailed gradations even in the shadowed portions of images - recreating depth and dimension with stunning drama and REALiSm.

The REALiS SX6000 D features a color processing algorithm, along with a highly accurate 3D LUT (Look Up Table). Conventional systems shift neighboring colors along with the selected color, often resulting in an imbalance in the image. The REALiS SX6000 D allows precise color correction.

With conventional systems, neighboring colors change when a specific color is being changed   3D-LUT with the color processing algorithm only changes the specific color selected
3D LUT improves color reproduction in all image modes under any ambient light condition

6-Axis Color Adjustment
Your projection screen is your canvas with the REALiS SX6000 D’s unparalleled color control. An easy-to-use Graphical User Interface lets you adjust your palette of colors to paint the picture you want for your audience. The REALiS SX6000 D's 6-Axis Color Adjustment lets you fine-tune the hue, saturation and brightness of each of the primary and secondary colors. This high degree of control allows each image to be displayed exactly as intended.

Integrated Test Patterns
The latest addition to the arsenal of color management tools is the REALiS SX6000 D’s Integrated Test Patterns. You can adjust the image angle, gradation and color tone, as well as isolate system faults. It’s another way in which color and tone reproduction can be made as true as possible to your original source.

The REALiS SX6000 Dprojector is not cleared or approved for medical diagnosis and should not be used for these purposes. DICOM is the registered trademark of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association for its standards publications relating to digital communications of medical information.