The LV-7292S is the range’s entry-level model and offers excellent value for money. It is ideal for business and mobile applications requiring XGA resolution, 2200 lumens and lower maintenance costs.
- Native XGA resolution
- 2200 lumens
- 500:1 contrast ratio
- Canon 1.2x zoom lens
- Auto Input Setup
- Image Capture Function
- Wide variety of Image Modes
- Extended lamp life: Up to 6000 hours
- Sustainable Features: Under 1W in standby
- Low Noise: 29dBA in Eco Mode
Take a more detailed look into Canon LV-7292S
Bright, crisp images
With native XGA resolution (1024 x 768 pixels) and 2,200 lumens brightness, this light, easily portable projector from the Standard series is ideal for projecting clear, quality images in corporate and educational environments.
With a 500:1 contrast ratio, the LV-7292S captures detail and displays vivid colours. Canon’s 1.2x zoom projection lens also ensures great image quality, in virtually any circumstances.
Auto Setup makes the LV-7292S easy to get up and running, even for first-time users – with Auto Input Search automatically capturing input signals and adjusting settings.
Pre-set image modes enable you to project in bright light, on blackboards (green) or coloured walls. Manual adjustments to contrast, hue and brightness can be saved to one of four user pre-sets. Aspect ratio is also automatically adjusted to suit the projected image. Image Capture enables you to customise your startup screen, such as displaying logos, a welcome note, photographs, contact details or support information.
Eco-friendly and cost-effective
The LV-7292S has a long-life lamp (up to 6,000 hours in Eco Mode) and air filter (which lasts about 5,500 hours). The result is less maintenance and reduced costs. Power consumption is low in standby (under 1W) and the projector runs quietly at just 29dBA in Eco Mode.
Power-off and move
Direct power-off makes it easy to switch off the projector, without using the power button, remote or control panel, and move it straight away.
Find out more about the Canon LV-7292S, its features and what it can do.