Projector Central recently reviewed the new Canon LV-7490, Canon’s first 4000-lumen, XGA, portable LCD projector.
Projector Central praised the Canon LV-7490’s size, price and realistic colors.
“Weighing in at just 7.2 lbs, and street priced under $1,000, it is one of the lightest and least expensive 4000 lumen projectors on the market….” – ProjectorCentral.com. “In High Contrast and Cinema modes, color is accurate, with good saturation that makes movies, photographs, and other graphics look realistic.”
Projector Central gave the Canon LV-7490 4.5 stars and the coveted Highly Rated award.
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Canon LV-7490 Quick Specs:
- XGA (1024 x 768)
- 4000 lumens
- 2000:1 contrast
- 3 year(s) warranty
- Only $915
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Our friends at ProjectorCentral.com recently reviewed the BenQ SP890 presentation projector.
They praised the BenQ SP890’s brightness, contrast, and ability to double as a home theater projector with relatively few limitations.
The SP890 is not the first 1080p presentation projector, but it does have the highest contrast of any comparable projector. At 50,000:1, the difference between the SP890 and a typical 2,000:1 data projector is immense. As far as black level, there is no contest. Shadow detail is exceptionally well-defined and high-contrast scenes are presented accurately. Foregrounds seem to pop off of backgrounds, and there is a clear sense of depth in high-contrast material. Photographs in particular look striking and life-like. Even 1080p film content, which is notoriously hard to reproduce well on a data projector, looks vivid and three-dimensional. – ProjectorCentral.com
Check out the review here »