The high-quality Canon optics used in the REALiS SX7 Mark II produce clear, high-resolution projected images.
Bright Images with Outstanding Color Reproduction The lens glass has been rigorously selected for high transmittance, projecting bright images with exceptional color reproduction and ideal color balance.
Coated to Control Ghosting and Flare Super Spectra coating, proven in Canon's EF lenses, minimizes reflection from the lens surface, producing bright, clear, high-contrast images with very little of the ghosting and flare that can degrade image quality.
Minimal Color Shift / Color Bleeding In addition to faithful rendition of high-definition images, the projection lens minimizes color shift and color bleeding throughout the entire zoom range.
Lowered Chromatic Aberration Chromatic aberration is a type of distortion in which there is a failure of a lens to focus all colors to the same convergence point, causing "fringes" of color to appear along boundaries that separate dark and bright parts of projected image. Incorporation of a UD (Ultra-Low Dispersion) lens significantly lowers chromatic aberration.
Flexible Projector Placement The REALiS SX7 Mark II’s 1.7x optical zoom lens faithfully projects images while offering ease of placement, allowing you to easily change the screen size to accommodate various venues and/or applications- regardless of space limitations.
The projector's short throw distance allows you to project 100-inch images from only 9.8 feet, making the SX7 Mark II easy to setup in large rooms. Only 7.9 feet are needed for 80-inch projections, making the it ideal for classrooms and small meeting rooms.