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MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR
User's Manual
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions
Before Use
Projecting an Image
Useful Functions Available During a Presentation
Setting Up Functions from Menus
Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an
USB Flash Memory (SX80 II)
Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II)
Appendix
Index
ENG

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  • Page 1 MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR User’s Manual Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Up Functions from Menus Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Appendix Index...
  • Page 2: Features Of Sx80 Markii/sx800 Multimedia Projector

    (SX80 MarkII) on a large screen. Major Features Smooth and Beautiful Imaging Capability Incorporation of AISYS, Canon's unique optical engine, and LCOS (Liquid Crystal On Sili- con) achieves high brightness, high contrast ratio, and smooth and beautiful lattice-free images.
  • Page 3 Features of SX80 MarkII/SX800 Multimedia Projector Various Image Modes for a Particular Use of Your Projector (SX80 II) When projecting a digital still photo image or an image that has been processed on an sRGB-compatible monitor, you can project the image with higher tone on the screen by incorporating the appropriate image correction function for the particular lighting environ- ment.
  • Page 4 Features of SX80 MarkII/SX800 Multimedia Projector User's Manual (this document) This is a User's Manual for the SX80 MarkII/SX800 Multimedia Projector. This manual pro- vides detailed information on how to use the projector. Read this manual thoroughly to make the most of your projector and ensure safety. Important Information and Quick Start Guide First read document.
  • Page 5: Quick Reference Guide

    Quick Reference Guide This Quick Reference Guide will help you find functions that make full use of the projector, are useful in producing an attractive presentation, and so on. Connecting the Projector Connecting to the Computer (P40 Connecting to AV Equipment Connecting a Digital Camera (SX80 II) (P48, P114...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Features of SX80 MarkII/SX800 Multimedia Projector ... 2 Quick Reference Guide... 5 Safety Instructions... 12 Safety Precautions ... 13 ■ READ AND KEEP THIS OWNER'S MANUAL FOR LATER USE... 14 AC Power Cord Requirement... 16 Federal Communication Commission Notice ... 17 Canadian Radio Interference Regulations ...
  • Page 7 ■ Outputting Audio to Speakers ... 47 ■ Connecting a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) ... 48 Starting Projection ...49 ■ When the Language Selection Screen Appears ... 50 ■ When the Password Input Screen Appears ... 51 ■...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Muting the Sound ... 71 Zooming an Image ... 72 Showing the Elapsed Time... 73 Projecting Image Without Computer (SX80 II) ... 73 Setting Functions from Menus ... 75 How to Use Menus ... 76 ■ Menu Configuration... 76 ■...
  • Page 9 Making Color Adjustment (COMPONENT/VIDEO/S-VIDEO) (SX80 II)... 97 Making Color Adjustment (Analog PC) (SX800) ... 97 Making Color Adjustment (COMPONENT/VIDEO) (SX800)... 98 Making Advanced Adjustment (Noise reduction) ... 98 Making Advanced Adjustment (Dynamic gamma) ... 99 Making Advanced Adjustment (Mem. color correct) (SX80 II) ... 99 Making Advanced Adjustment (Auto fleshtone) (SX800)...
  • Page 10 Table of Contents Selecting an Image for Projection ... 121 ■ Selecting a Drive... 121 ■ Selecting a Folder ... 121 ■ Selecting an Image File for Projection ... 122 Operating the Projected Image ... 123 ■ Switching to the Previous/Next Image ... 123 ■...
  • Page 11 Supported Computer Signal Types ...150 Relationship between Screen Size and Projecting Distance ...151 Glossary ...152 Specifications ...156 ■ Projector ... 156 ■ Remote Control... 156 ■ External View ... 157 ■ ANALOG PC-1 (SX800), ANALOG PC-2/COMPONENT IN terminal... 157 ■ Service Port (CONTROL)... 158 Index ...160 Menu Configuration ...164 Table of Contents...
  • Page 12: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Before operating this projector, read this manual thoroughly in order to operate the projector properly. This projector offers many convenient features and functions. Operating the projector properly enables you to manage those features and maintain it in good condition for a long period.
  • Page 13: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. • This projector projects intense light from the projection lens. Do not stare directly into the lens if possible, as doing so may result in eye damage. Be especially careful that children do not stare directly into the beam.
  • Page 14: Read And Keep This Owner's Manual For Later Use

    Safety Instructions ■READ AND KEEP THIS OWNER'S MANUAL FOR LATER USE. All the safety and operating instructions should be read before beginning to operate the product. Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use. Unplug this projector from the AC power supply before cleaning.
  • Page 15 Never push objects of any kind into this projector through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind onto the projector. Do not install the projector near the ventilation duct of air-conditioning equipment.
  • Page 16: Ac Power Cord Requirement

    For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, waste authority, approved scheme or your household waste disposal service or visit www.canon-europe.com/environment. (EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) Ground...
  • Page 17: Federal Communication Commission Notice

    If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment. Canon U.S.A. Inc. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042-1198, U.S.A. Tel No. (516) 328-5600 Canadian Radio Interference Regulations...
  • Page 18: Precautions On Handling The Batteries In The Remote Controller

    • If you inhale the gas or the shards of the broken lamp contact your eyes or mouth, consult a doctor immediately. • If a lamp explodes, its shards may scatter inside the projector. Ask the Canon service representative to clean and check the inside of the projector and replace the lamp.
  • Page 19: Carrying/transporting The Projector

    Disposal of Waste Lamp • Dispose of the projector's mercury lamp according to local regulations just like the fluorescent lamps. Caution Carrying/Transporting the Projector • This projector is a precision machine. Do not subject the projector to strong shocks or vibrations or turn it down. •...
  • Page 20 Safety Instructions Position the projector in a horizontal position. Incorrect installation may cause troubles and accidents. • Do not tilt the projector more than 20 Caution degrees above and below the horizontal. • When you want to use your projector point- ing up or down, make sure to place the pro- jector straight up or down.
  • Page 21: Before Use

    Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Up Functions from Menus Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Appendix Index...
  • Page 22: Supplied Accessories

    Supplied Accessories Check whether the following accessories are supplied with the projector. Remote control Power cord For Continental Europe For the U.S.A and Canada Lens cap Lens cap strap User's Manual (CD-ROM) Warranty card Important Information and Quick Start Guide ■Installing the Lens Cap As shown in the illustration on the right, put the lens cap strap through the hole on the lens cap, and then through...
  • Page 23: Putting The Projector In The Carrying Bag

    ■Putting the Projector in the Carrying Bag Store the projector and the accessories in the carrying bag as shown in the illustration below. The carrying bag is intended to protect the surfaces of the projector from dust or scratches, and is not designed to protect the projector from external shocks. •...
  • Page 24: Part Names

    Part Names Main Unit of Projector ■Front Side Anti-theft lock hole An anti-theft wire cable available on the mar- ket can be connected. Speaker Terminals and Lens connectors Infrared remote receiver (P31) ■Rear Side Cooling fan exhaust vents (SX80 MarkII is used in the following illustrations) Be sure to remove the lens cap during projection.
  • Page 25: Bottom Side

    ■Bottom Side Air filter (P144) Lens cap strap insertion hole (P22) Adjustable foot (P37) Screw holes for installation of ceiling-mount hanger (M4x5) (P157) Air intake vent Rear adjustable foot (for fine adjustment) Mounting the Projector on the Ceiling You can mount the projector on the ceiling. You need an optional ceiling mounting hanger (part number: RS-CL10) and an optional ceil- ing-mount pipe (part number: RS-CL08 or RS-...
  • Page 26: Remote Control

    Part Names Remote Control The projector can be operated using buttons on the remote control or the top control on the main unit. The remote control allows you to operate all functions of the projector. POWER button (P49, P68) Turns the projector on or off. ASPECT button (P66) Toggles between the modes for aspect ratio.
  • Page 27 AUTO SET button (P53) Performs input signal setting, keystone distortion adjustment, focusing (SX80 II), and screen color correction (SX80 II) automatically. INPUT button (P55) Switches among input signals. ZOOM button (P58) Adjusts the image size. [ ] [ ]: For rough adjustment. [<] [>]: For fine adjustment.
  • Page 28: Top Control

    Part Names Top Control KEYSTONE button Corrects keystone distortion. (P60) [ ] [ ]: For keystone adjustment. Press KEYSTONE and then AUTO SET to adjust the keystone automatically. • Moves the image up and down when the D. image shift is selected. (P64) •...
  • Page 29: Input Terminals

    Input Terminals ■SX80 MarkII (1)-A ■SX800 (1)-B (1)-A ANALOG PC-1/DVI-I IN Input Terminal DVI-I IN) (SX80 II) (P40, P42) (1)-B ANALOG PC-1 Input Terminal IN) (SX800) (P40) Connects an external monitor output from a computer. Receives an analog PC (ANALOG PC-1) or a digital signal (DIGITAL PC, SX80 II).
  • Page 30 Part Names AUDIO IN Terminal (P40, P41, P42, P45, P46) The audio input terminals for 3 image input systems other than HDMI-IN. They receive the following audio sig- nals in order from the left. SX80 MarkII: "S-VIDEO or VIDEO", "DIGITAL PC/ANALOG PC-1", and "ANA- LOG PC-2/COMPONENT"...
  • Page 31: Preparing The Remote Control

    Preparing the Remote Control ■Installing Remote Control Batteries Open the battery com- partment lid. Slide the lid with it pressed down. • If buttons on the remote control are inoperative when you attempt to operate the projector, replace the batteries with new ones. •...
  • Page 33: Projecting An Image

    Projecting an Image Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Up Functions from Menus Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Appendix Index...
  • Page 34: Steps For Setting Up The Projector And Projecting An Image

    Steps for Setting Up the Projector and Projecting an Image Connecting the Projector to Equipment (P38, P39) Turning on the Power (P49) Do you want to project an image from a notebook computer? Performing the Auto Setup (P52) Image projected properly? Selecting an Input Signal (P54) Image projected properly? Adjusting the Image (P56)
  • Page 35: Setting Up The Projector

    Setting Up the Projector ■Placing in Front of the Screen Place the projector in front of the screen. • Be sure to place the projector parallel to the screen to ensure distortion-free projections. • The screen must not be exposed to direct sun- light or light from lighting equipment.
  • Page 36: Placing On A Level Place

    Setting Up the Projector ■Placing on a Level Place Be sure to keep the projector as horizontal as possible. If you need to point the projector up (for example, when the screen is placed on a higher position), follow the instruction given in "When Pointing the Projector Up" on the following page.
  • Page 37: When Pointing The Projector Up

    ■When Pointing the Projector Up When the screen is placed on a higher position, point the projector up using the adjust- able foot. You can point it up as far as 10 degrees. The keystone distortion of the projecting image can be corrected with the auto keystone (P52) or by using the keystone distortion adjust function (P60).
  • Page 38: Connecting The Projector

    Connecting the Projector Connectable Equipment and Input Terminals DIGITAL PC Use this name to select the appropriate image. ANALOG PC-1 The name of the terminal to which to connect DVI-I IN terminal equipment. ■SX80 MarkII DIGITAL PC HDMI ANALOG PC-1 DVI-I IN terminal HDMI IN terminal Computer (P40, P42)
  • Page 39: Sx800

    ■SX800 ANALOG PC-1 ANALOG PC-1 terminal Computer (P40) Video VIDEO IN terminal AV equipment (P45) Digital video camera* (P45) Digital camera* (P45) * Connect to the playback mode. ANALOG PC-2 COMPONENT ANALOG PC-2/ COMPONENT IN terminal Computer (P41) AV equipment (P46) Service terminal (Reserved) AUDIO OUT...
  • Page 40: Connecting The Projector To The Computer

    Connecting the Projector Connecting the Projector to the Computer Connect the projector to the computer. Before connecting the cables, turn off both the projector and computer. ■Connecting to RGB Monitor Output Terminal (analog connection) Supplied computer connection cable (Input signal type: [ANALOG PC-1] - P54) Computer Supplied computer connection cable Monitor output...
  • Page 41 Commercial or supplied VGA cable (Input signal type: [ANALOG PC-2] - P54) Computer Monitor output terminal (mini D-sub 15-pin) Audio output terminal (AUDIO OUT) Supplied VGA cable (SX800) Monitor output terminal (mini D-sub 15-pin) Audio output terminal (AUDIO OUT) • If you use a commercial VGA cable, make sure to use a full connected VGA cable in which all pins are connected;...
  • Page 42: Connecting To Dvi Monitor Output Terminal (digital Connection) (sx80 Ii)

    Connecting the Projector ■Connecting to DVI Monitor Output Terminal (digital connection) (SX80 II) DVI cable (Input signal type: [DIGITAL PC] - P54) Computer Monitor output DVI digital cable (LV-CA29, option) terminal (DVI terminal) Audio output terminal (AUDIO OUT) Use an audio cable without a built-in resistor. Using an audio cable with a built-in resistor turns down the sound.
  • Page 43 Outputting Audio to Speakers It is possible to output sound of projected images to AV equipment or amplified speakers. Projector To AUDIO OUT • The speaker outputs the audio signal corresponding to the selected image signal. • Use an audio cable without a built-in resistor. Using an audio cable with a built-in resistor turns down the sound.
  • Page 44: Connecting To Av Equipment

    Connecting the Projector Connecting to AV Equipment Connect the projector and AV equipment. Before connecting the cables, turn off both the projector and AV equipment. The description provided here is just examples. For more detailed information, refer to the manual for the connecting AV equipment. ■Connecting to Digital Video Output Terminal (digital connection) (SX80 II) HDMI cable (Input signal type: [HDMI] - P54) AV equipment...
  • Page 45: Connecting To Analog Video Output Terminal (analog Connection)

    ■Connecting to Analog Video Output Terminal (analog connection) Video cable (Input signal type: [VIDEO] or [S-VIDEO] - P54) Connect the projector and AV equipment using a video or S-VIDEO cable that fits to the terminal type of the AV equipment. The input signal type is [VIDEO] or [S-VIDEO].
  • Page 46 Connecting the Projector Supplied component cable (Input signal type: [COMPONENT] - P54) A Component video signal from AV equipment can be input to the projector by connect- ing the supplied component cable to the ANALOG PC-2/COMPONENT IN terminal of the projector.
  • Page 47: Outputting Audio To Speakers

    ■Outputting Audio to Speakers It is possible to output sound of projected images to AV equipment or amplified speakers. Projector To AUDIO OUT Use an audio cable without a built-in resistor. Using an audio cable with a built-in resistor turns down the sound. Connecting the Projector Commercial audio cable Speaker...
  • Page 48: Connecting A Digital Camera Or An Usb Flash Memory (sx80 Ii)

    Connecting the Projector ■Connecting a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) SX80 MarkII supports PictBridge. You can connect a PictBridge enabled digital camera, a digital video camera, an USB flash memory, or an USB memory card reader to directly project images. Digital camera Projector USB flash memory...
  • Page 49: Starting Projection

    Starting Projection Check the connection between the projector and a computer or AV equipment. P48) Connect the power cord and make sure that the [POWER] indicator lights up red. Flashing red [POWER] indicator indicates that the lamp is being cooled. Wait until the indicator turns a steady red.
  • Page 50: When The Language Selection Screen Appears

    Starting Projection Changing Operations When Projector is Turned On You can change operations when the projector is turned on as follows: • You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cord without pressing the POWER button. (P104) • You can specify whether to enable or disable the LED illumination lamp. (P106) •...
  • Page 51: When The Password Input Screen Appears

    ■When the Password Input Screen Appears If you have set a password, the Password input screen appears. Enter your password. (P108) ■When "No signal" Appears A notebook computer requires to turn on the external monitor output. (P51) Press the INPUT button to select an appropriate input signal. (P55) ■When Notebook Computer Screen Does Not Appear Set your notebook computer to output signals to an external monitor.
  • Page 52: Setting Up The Screen Automatically

    Setting Up the Screen Automatically Auto Setup The auto setup function automatically makes the following settings and adjustments. Setting image input signal (Auto input) Focusing (Auto focus) (SX80 II) Keystone correction (Auto keystone) Screen color correction (Auto screen color correction) (SX80 II) Use the auto setup function when: •...
  • Page 53: Performing The Auto Setup

    Setting Up the Screen Automatically ■Performing the Auto Setup Press the AUTO SET button to perform the auto setup. Remote control Top control • After the auto setup is complete, the following window appears. Press the OK button. SX80 MarkII SX800...
  • Page 54: Selecting An Input Signal (input)

    Selecting an Input Signal (INPUT) Select an appropriate input signal in the [INPUT] menu if you want to project a digital PC or AV equipment signal or you connect multiple computers or AV equipment to receive their input signals. Skip this step if you have not changed the input signal since the last projection. ■Types of Input Signals The table below shows the relationship among input signals supported by the projector, input terminals and connection cables.
  • Page 55: Selecting An Input Signal

    ■Selecting an Input Signal Press the INPUT button to pop up a window shown at the lower right. Remote control The currently active input signal is marked with a circle and highlighted in orange. An input signal that is ready for projection is displayed in white. When no signal is received, it is displayed in gray.
  • Page 56: Adjusting Image

    Adjusting Image Setting the Display Resolution of the Computer Set the display resolution of the computer to "1400 x 1050 pixels" or a resolution closest to the output signal resolution of the computer based on the performance of the projector (resolution: 1400 x 1050 pixels).
  • Page 57: Auto Pc

    AUTO PC When you press the AUTO PC button if there is a shift in image display or flickering of screen with the [ANALOG PC-1] or [ANALOG PC-2] selected, the projector is adjusted to an optimum condition. The result of adjustment is recorded for each input signal ([ANALOG PC-1] or [ANALOG PC-2]).
  • Page 58: Adjusting The Image Size

    Adjusting Image Adjusting the Image Size Use the ZOOM button to adjust the size of the projecting image. Change the projector installation position if your desired image is too large or too small to adjust it with the zoom function. (P35) Press the ZOOM button to pop up a window shown at the lower right.
  • Page 59: Adjusting The Focus

    Adjusting the Focus You can adjust the focus with the FOCUS button. The projection image may be out of focus if the projection distance is beyond the range of 1.2 m (3.9') to 9.1 m (29.6'). Move the projector installation position if such is the case. (P35) ■Auto focusing (SX80 II) Press the FOCUS button, and then the AUTO SET button.
  • Page 60: Adjusting Keystone Distortion

    Adjusting Image Adjusting Keystone Distortion The D.SHIFT/KEYSTONE button corrects the keystone distortion. • Keystone can be adjusted within the range of ± 20 degrees. If the keystone distortion is too large to adjust, move the projector installation position. (P35) • The amount of adjustment may be smaller depending on type of input signal. •...
  • Page 61: Resetting The Keystone Adjustment

    Adjusting Image When the keystone distortion has been adjusted, press the OK button. ■Resetting the Keystone Adjustment Perform the following steps to reset the keystone adjustment. Press the D.SHIFT/KEYSTONE button twice to display the [Keystone reset] window. On the window, select [OK] with [<], and then press the OK button.
  • Page 62: Selecting Screen Aspect And Aspect

    Selecting Screen Aspect and Aspect Select an optimum aspect ratio of the projecting image (screen aspect) or an optimum screen mode (aspect) according to the aspect ratio of the screen, type of input image signal and so on for the projection making best use of the screen size. •...
  • Page 63 Use [ ] / [ ] to select a screen aspect type. Remote control Select this when you use a screen with aspect ratio of 4:3. 16:9 Select this when you use a screen with aspect ratio of 16:9. 16:9 D. image shift Select this when you use a screen with aspect ratio of 16:9.
  • Page 64: Moving Image With 16:9 D. Image Shift

    Selecting Screen Aspect and Aspect ■Moving Image with 16:9 D. Image Shift Press the D.SHIFT/KEYSTONE button to pop up a window shown at the lower right. Remote control Use [ ] / [ ] to move the image. Remote control [ ]: Moves up the image.
  • Page 65: Selecting Aspect Ratio

    Selecting Aspect Ratio Select the aspect ratio of projecting image based on the input signal type, aspect ratio of the screen and resolution. For more details on the aspect ratios, refer to "When Projecting an Image from a Com- puter" on page 147. ■Types of Aspect Ratios Auto An image is projected at an aspect ratio of the input signal.
  • Page 66: How To Select An Aspect Ratio

    Selecting Screen Aspect and Aspect ■How to Select an Aspect Ratio Press the ASPECT button on the remote control to select an appropriate aspect ratio. The selection is toggled among types for aspect ratios by pressing the ASPECT button. For more details on the aspect ratios, refer to "When Projecting an Image from a Computer" on page 147.
  • Page 67: Selecting An Image Mode

    Selecting an Image Mode You can select an image mode depending on the projecting image. In each image mode, you can further adjust the brightness, contrast, sharpness, gamma, color adjustment, advanced adjustment, and lamp mode. (P93) ■Image modes Standard Select this to project an image with near-original quality and a high regard for reproduc- tion of white.
  • Page 68: Turning Off The Projector

    Turning Off the Projector Press the POWER button to pop up a window shown at the lower right. Remote control Press the POWER button again while the confirmation message is displayed. The lamp goes off, the [POWER] indicator starts flashing in red and the cooling fan starts.
  • Page 69: Useful Functions Available During A Presentation

    Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Up Functions from Menus Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Appendix Index...
  • Page 70: Useful Functions Available During A Presentation

    Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Blackened Out an Image Temporarily Useful when: • You finished the presentation. • You want to divert attendees' attention from the screen. Remote control Press the button to blacken out the image. Press the button again to show the image.
  • Page 71: Adjusting The Volume

    Adjusting the Volume Useful when: • You want to adjust the volume level of the pro- jectors or external speaker. Remote control Press the button. The following screen appears. • You can also adjust the volume level with [<] / [>] of the projector. •...
  • Page 72: Zooming An Image

    Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Zooming an Image Useful when: • Zoom in an object such as a small graph dur- ing a presentation (up to 12x). • Focusing on the current subject. Press the button. A part of the image is enlarged each time pressed.
  • Page 73: Showing The Elapsed Time

    Showing the Elapsed Time Useful when: • You want to manage the proceedings of the presentation. Press the button to start counting. • The elapsed time is displayed at the lower right corner of the screen. • Time is counted up to 59:59. Then the timer returns to 00:00.
  • Page 75: Setting Functions From Menus

    Setting Functions from Menus Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Up Functions from Menus Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Appendix Index...
  • Page 76: How To Use Menus

    How to Use Menus With a menu, you can set the operation of the projector in detail. ■Menu Configuration The menu screen is divided into four tabs as follows: [Display settings] tab (P79) You can set the type of signal or the method of projection of the images input.
  • Page 77: Basic Operation Of Menu

    ■Basic Operation of Menu Press the MENU button to display a menu window. Remote control Use [<] / [>] to select a tab. Remote control • If the tab position is not highlighted in orange, use [ ] / [ ] to move the highlight to the top.
  • Page 78 How to Use Menus Select contents. How to select the contents varies depending on items. Selection from a list Example: Aspect With [<] / [>] Example: Contrast In a different screen (1) In a different screen (2) Press the MENU button, and the menu screen disappears. 1.
  • Page 79: Setting Display Status

    Setting Display Status Selecting an Image Projection Mode [Aspect] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Aspect You can select a projection mode corre- sponding to the aspect ratio of image. • Different contents are displayed for dif- ferent screen aspects or input signal types.
  • Page 80: Selecting An Input Signal Type (analog Pc)

    Setting Display Status Selecting an Input Signal Type (ANALOG [Input signal select] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Input signal select You can select a proper resolution if auto PC adjustment function (P57) cannot project a correct image from a computer. Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.
  • Page 81: Selecting An Input Signal Type (component)

    Selecting an Input Signal Type (COMPO- NENT) [Input signal select] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Input signal select You can select a proper component signal type, if a video image from AV equipment is not projected correctly. Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.
  • Page 82: Adjusting Input Signal (analog Pc) - Tracking

    Setting Display Status Adjusting Input Signal (ANALOG PC) – Tracking [Input signal settings] - [Tracking] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Input signal settings Tracking You can fine-tune the timing for generating an image from the image signal. Adjusts the tracking when the image dis- torts or flickers.
  • Page 83: Adjust Input Signal (analog Pc) - Vertical Position

    Adjust Input Signal (ANALOG PC) – Vertical position [Input signal settings] - [Vertical position] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Input signal settings Vertical position You can adjust the vertical position of the screen when the projected image is shifted in the vertical direction.
  • Page 84: Adjust Input Signal (analog Pc) - Vertical Pixels

    Setting Display Status Adjust Input Signal (ANALOG PC) – Vertical pixels [Input signal settings] - [Vertical pixels] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Input signal settings Vertical pixels You can adjust the number of the pixels in the vertical direction if the length of the screen is too long or too short in the verti- cal direction.
  • Page 85: Select Hdmi Over Scan (sx80 Ii)

    Select HDMI Over Scan (SX80 II) [HDMI over scan] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC HDMI over scan You can select this as required when you project visual software with the HDMI sig- nals. The entire input signals (100%) are pro- jected.
  • Page 86: Selecting A Menu Position

    Setting Display Status Selecting a Menu Position [Menu position] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Menu position You can change the position of menu dis- played. Move the menu to the desired position with [ ] / [<] / [ ] / [>]. When the menu has been moved to the desired position, press the OK or MENU button.
  • Page 87: Reversing Projection

    • [None] is the factory default. None (Normal image) Display settings Ceiling mounted Rear Rear, Ceiling mounted • To hung the projector from the ceiling, use the optional bracket. Contact your Canon dealer. • The keystone distortion adjustment will be reset. Setting Display Status...
  • Page 88: Capturing A Logo (sx800)

    Setting Display Status Capturing a Logo (SX800) [User screen settings] - [Logo capture] ANALOG PC COMPONENT VIDEO User screen settings Logo capture You can capture a part of the images being projected as [User logo]. A screen for capturing images is dis- played.
  • Page 89: No Signal Screen (sx80 Ii)

    No Signal Screen (SX80 II) [User screen settings] - [No signal screen] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC User screen settings No signal screen You can display either of a black or blue screen when there is no input signal. Black The screen is all black.
  • Page 90: Selecting A Logo At Startup (sx80 Ii)

    Displays the Canon logo cap- tured at the factory. Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button. • [Canon logo] is the factory default. No Signal Screen (SX800) [User screen settings] - [No signal screen] ANALOG PC...
  • Page 91: Screen When Blank (sx800)

    Canon logo User logo Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button. • [Canon logo] is the factory default. • [User logo] is available only when a user's logo has been registered. Setting Display Status...
  • Page 92: Selecting Aspect Ratio Of Screen

    Setting Display Status Selecting Aspect Ratio of Screen [Screen aspect] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Screen aspect You can select proper option corresponding to the aspect ratio of the projecting screen. Select this when you use a screen with aspect ratio of 4:3.
  • Page 93: Setting The Image Quality

    Setting the Image Quality Selecting an Image Quality [Image mode] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Image mode You can select an image mode suitable for the projecting image. You can select it also with the IMAGE but- ton on the remote control. SX80 MarkII Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.
  • Page 94: Adjusting The Brightness

    Setting the Image Quality Adjusting the Brightness [Brightness] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Brightness You can adjust the brightness of images. SX80 MarkII [>] Increases the brightness of an image. [<] Decreases the brightness of an image. When you have completed the adjust- ment, press the MENU button.
  • Page 95: Adjusting The Sharpness

    Adjusting the Sharpness [Sharpness] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Sharpness You can adjust the sharpness of images. SX80 MarkII [>] Increases the sharpness of an image. [<] Decreases the sharpness of an image. When you have completed the adjust- ment, press the MENU button.
  • Page 96: Making Color Adjustment (hdmi) (sx80 Ii)

    Setting the Image Quality Making Color Adjustment (HDMI) (SX80 II) [Color adjustment] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Color adjustment You can adjust the color quality of images for each of primary colors, red, green and blue. R/G/B Adjust the intensity of each color. Gain [>] Increases the color intensity.
  • Page 97: Making Color Adjustment (component/video/s-video) (sx80 Ii)

    Making Color Adjustment (COMPONENT/ VIDEO/S-VIDEO) (SX80 II) [Color adjustment] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Color adjustment You can adjust the color depth and hue of images for each of primary colors, red, green and blue. Adjusts the intensity of each Color level color.
  • Page 98: Making Color Adjustment (component/video) (sx800)

    Setting the Image Quality Making Color Adjustment (COMPONENT/ VIDEO) (SX800) [Color adjustment] ANALOG PC COMPONENT VIDEO Color adjustment You can adjust the color depth and hue of images for each of primary colors, red, green and blue. Adjusts the intensity of each Color level color.
  • Page 99: Making Advanced Adjustment (dynamic Gamma)

    Making Advanced Adjustment (Dynamic gamma) [Advanced adjustment] - [Dynamic gamma] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Advanced adjustment Dynamic gamma You can adjust the gradation representa- tion of light and dark portions of an image automatically. Dynamic gamma is disabled. Weak Dynamic gamma is used a little.
  • Page 100: Making Advanced Adjustment (auto Fleshtone) (sx800)

    Setting the Image Quality Making Advanced Adjustment (Auto flesh- tone) (SX800) [Advanced adjustment] - [Auto fleshtone] ANALOG PC COMPONENT VIDEO Advanced adjustment Auto fleshtone You can represent the skin color impres- sively. Disables the [Auto fleshtone] function. Specifies the intensity of the [Auto flesh- tone] in three steps.
  • Page 101: Correcting The Image According To The Ambient Light (sx80 Ii)

    Correcting the Image According to the Ambient Light (SX80 II) [Ambient light] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Ambient light You can correct and project an image more appropriately according to the ambi- ent light on the screen if you have selected [Photo] for [Image mode].
  • Page 102: Reducing The Lamp Brightness

    Setting the Image Quality Reducing the Lamp Brightness [Lamp mode] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Lamp mode Reducing the lamp brightness reduces power consumption and cooling fan noise. You can enable or disable this mode also with the LAMP button on the remote con- trol.
  • Page 103: Setting Various Function

    Setting Various Function Setting Auto Setup Function [Auto setup] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Auto setup You can select an items you want to enable in the auto setup function. SX80 MarkII Select [On] for the items if you want to enable in auto setup function.
  • Page 104: Skip The Power Button Operation

    Setting Various Function Skip the POWER Button Operation [Direct power on] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Direct power on You can turn on the projector only by con- necting the power cable without pressing the POWER button. You need to press the POWER button to turn on the projector.
  • Page 105: Prohibiting The Projector Operation

    Prohibiting the Projector Operation [Key lock] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Key lock You can prohibit the operation of the projector from either the top control or remote control. Disables the key lock. Main unit Prohibit the operation from the main unit.
  • Page 106: Showing/hiding The Guide Screen

    Setting Various Function Showing/hiding the Guide Screen [Guide] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Guide You can select whether to show or hide the guide screen which explains operations. Hides the guide screen. Shows the guide screen. Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.
  • Page 107: Setting For Slideshow (sx80 Ii)

    Setting for Slideshow (SX80 II) [Slideshow interval] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Slideshow interval You can project the images stored in a PictBridge-compatible device (P114) or a USB flash memory (P118) in the slide- show. Use [<] / [>] to set the interval (minutes: seconds) of projection (60 minutes = max- imum).
  • Page 108: Extending The Menu Display Time

    Setting Various Function Extending the Menu Display Time [Other settings] - [Menu display time] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Other settings Menu display time You can extend the menu display time, which is 30 seconds usually, to 3 minutes. Normal The menu is displayed for 30 sec- onds.
  • Page 109: Registering A Password

    Registering a Password [Other settings] - [Register password] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Other settings Register password You can register a password for starting projection. Press the OK button after selecting [Reg- ister password], and the following screen for registering a password appears: Enter a 4-digit password using [ ] / [<] / [ ] / [>] (e.g.,...
  • Page 110: About The Display Of The Lamp Counter

    Setting Various Function Select [OK] on the screen for confirmation, press the OK button, and the lamp counter is reset. Press the MENU button. ■ About the Display of the Lamp Counter The lamp counter displays the hours of use of the lamp in the following way: Less than 1,800 hours Displayed in green bar.
  • Page 111: Initializing Network Settings (sx80 Ii)

    Initializing network settings (SX80 II) [Other settings] -[Network setting initialization] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC Other settings Network setting initialization You can Initialize the network settings. Press the OK button after selecting [Net- work setting initialization], and the follow- ing screen for confirmation appears: The network settings is initialized.
  • Page 112: Checking The Information Of The Projector

    Checking the Information of the Projector [Information] HDMI COMPONENT DIGITAL PC VIDEO/S-VIDEO ANALOG PC You can confirm the information about the signal types of the images projected and other projector-specific information. SX80 MarkII Information shown Item Model name Model name of this projector Input signal Details of the input signal currently selected “Type of signal”, “resolution of signal”, “frequency”...
  • Page 113: Projecting An Image From A Digital Camera Or An Usb Flash Memory (sx80 Ii)

    Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Up Functions from Menus Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Appendix...
  • Page 114: Projecting An Image From A Digital Camera (sx80 Ii)

    Cameras bearing this mark supports PictBridge. For the up-to-date information regarding PictBridge, visit Cannon's web- site (http://pbdb.jp.canon.com/pictbridge_e/) or PictBridge's website (http://www.cipa.jp/pictbridge/index_e.html). Connecting a Digital Camera Turn the projector power on.
  • Page 115 When the communication is ready between the projector and the PictBridge-compat- ible device, the following mark appears. With Canon digital camera If the projector does not recognize the device or communi- cation is disabled, the screen as shown in the right appears.
  • Page 116: Operating The Projected Image

    Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera (SX80 II) Operating the Projected Image When images are projected, you can perform the following operations. ■Switching to the Next Image If you have specified multiple images for printing with the digital camera, you can switch to the next image by pressing the OK button.
  • Page 117: Running A Slideshow

    Running a Slideshow You can run a slideshow that projects multiple images stored in the digital camera at cer- tain intervals. ■Setting a Slideshow Interval By setting projection intervals in [Slideshow interval] from the menu, you can run a slide- show of the images (with PictBridge or from a USB flash memory) connected via USB.
  • Page 118: Projecting Data On Usb Flash Memory (sx80 Ii)

    Projecting Data on USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) You can connect a USB flash memory to the projector for direct projection of the images (saved in JPEG for- mat) saved in the USB flash memory. • Images saved only in JPEG format are available for projection.
  • Page 119 Connect a USB flash memory. Connect a USB flash memory to the USB terminal. Use a USB cable to connect a digital camera or USB memory card reader. Be sure to use the USB cable supplied with the equipment connected to the projec- tor.
  • Page 120: Description Of Usb File Browser

    Projecting Data on USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Description of USB File Browser If a USB flash memory is connected to the projector, the USB file browser appears. In the USB file browser, you can select the image file to be projected by operating the file list in the USB memory device.
  • Page 121: Selecting An Image For Projection

    Selecting an Image for Projection This section describes the steps for selecting an image in the USB file browser and pro- jecting on the screen. ■Selecting a Drive If a USB flash memory is connected, skip this step. If a USB memory card reader having multiple memory slots is connected, the drive (mem- ory slot) list is displayed in the file list.
  • Page 122: Selecting An Image File For Projection

    Projecting Data on USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) ■Selecting an Image File for Projection Select an image file with [ ] / [ ]. Remote control The selected image appears in the pre- view area with reduced size. • To return to upper hierarchy, select Press the OK button to project the image in full screen.
  • Page 123: Operating The Projected Image

    Operating the Projected Image When images are projected, you can perform the following operations. ■Switching to the Previous/Next Image If multiple image files are saved in a folder, you can switch to the previous/next image by pressing [ ] / [ ]. Remote control Top control ■Rotating an Image...
  • Page 124: Running A Slideshow Of Data Saved In A Usb Flash Memory

    Projecting Data on USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Running a Slideshow of Data saved in a USB Flash Memory You can run a slideshow that projects multiple images stored in a USB flash memory at certain intervals. ■Creating an Image File Folder In the slideshow, image files in a folder are displayed in the alphabetical order of file name.
  • Page 125: Connecting The Projector To Network (sx80 Ii)

    Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Up Functions from Menus Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Appendix Index...
  • Page 126: Setting An Ip Address (sx80 Ii)

    Setting an IP Address (SX80 II) It is possible to send an error notification e-mail (P135) from the projector to the computer when you connect the projector to the network. To connect via the network, an IP address must be assigned to the projector. Set an IP address by following the steps below.
  • Page 127: Resetting The Ip Address Setting Of The Computer

    ■Resetting the IP Address Setting of the Computer Turn off the projector and remove the LAN cable. Follow the step 3 to 6 to restore the network setting to the original setting. Setting an IP Address (SX80 II)
  • Page 128: Setting Network (sx80 Ii)

    Setting Network (SX80 II) ■Displaying the Network Configuration Screen Turn on the computer and projector. Launch a web browser, enter "http://192.168.254.254" in the address bar, and press the Enter key. The password input screen appears. The supported web browsers is Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later. In the password input screen, enter "root"...
  • Page 129: Setting The Network

    ■Setting the Network In the menu screen, click [Password], input the new user name and password, and click the [OK] button. Setting items: [User name]: [New password]: [Confirm new password]: Click [TCP/IP], enter appropriate values in the following field, and click the [OK] button. Setting items: [IP address]: [Subnet mask]:...
  • Page 130 Setting Network (SX80 II) Click [Mail], enter appropriate values in the following field for the error report, and click the [OK] button. Setting items: [To:]: [Cc:]: [From:]: [SMTP server IP address]: The IP address of the available SMTP mail server [SMTP server port number]: The port number of the available SMTP mail server [SNTP server IP address]: The IP address of the available SNTP mail server (can be [Time zone]:...
  • Page 131 If the SMTP mail server authentication is required, click [Mail auth], enter appropriate values in the following field, and click the [OK] button. Select one of the following four authentication method in [Mail authentication]. Select [OFF] if the mail authentication is not required (the factory default is [OFF]). [LOGIN (SMTP authentication)], [CRAM-MD5 (SMTP authentication)], [USER/PASS (POP before SMTP)], [APOP (POP before SMTP)] Setting items:...
  • Page 132 Setting Network (SX80 II) If you want to monitor the projector, click [SNMP], enter appropriate values in the fol- lowing field, and click the [OK] button. Select one of the following four SNMP version in [SNMP]. Select [OFF] if you don't want to monitor the projector.
  • Page 133 • Filter message: • Unknown: Make sure to install the SNMP manager program on your PC before using the SNMP agent function. Authentication and Encryption Protocols SNMP V3 for the projector uses the DES-CBC for the authentication and encryption protocols. Click [Projector info] and enter the projector name.
  • Page 134: Resetting The Network Setting

    Setting Network (SX80 II) If you want to test the error report transmission, click [Send test mail]. ■Resetting the Network Setting Click [Initialize] in the menu screen. Click the [OK] button when the following dialog box is displayed. If you want to restore to the factory setting from the projector, perform [Network set- ting initialization] from the menu.
  • Page 135: Error Notification Message

    Error name Other types of errors Text * Contact your Canon dealer. Temperature abnormality The temperature inside the projector is too high for some reason or the outside air temperature is higher than the specified one. If the problem is inside the projector,...
  • Page 136: Projector Control

    Setting Network (SX80 II) ■Projector Control Click the [Projector control] button on the network setting screen. The projector control screen appears. Controlled items: [Power]: Turn ON/OFF the projector (P49, P68) [Input]: Select an input signal (P54) [Aspect]: Select an aspect ratio (P62) [Image mode]: Select an image mode (P67) [Blank]: Blank out the image temporarily (P70)
  • Page 137: Appendix

    Table of Contents Safety Instructions Appendix Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Up Functions from Menus Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or an USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) Connecting the Projector to Network (SX80 II) Appendix Index...
  • Page 138: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting WARNING Lamp Flash Patterns The WARNING lamp on the Control Panel flashes in red after the projector is turned off when there is a trouble in the projector. • Wait until the cooling fan stops and disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet before dealing with the trouble.
  • Page 139: Symptoms And Solutions

    Symptoms and Solutions ■You cannot turn on the projector. Cause The power cord is not connected correctly. The power cord has just been con- nected. The lamp cover is open. The safety device has activated because you put the projector in the carrying bag during the cooling fan was rotating.
  • Page 140: A Digital Camera Or Usb Flash Memory Is Not Recognized. (sx80 Ii)

    Troubleshooting Cause The external monitor output is not set on the notebook computer cor- rectly. The displayed image is not the same as that displayed on the computer. The lens cap is not removed. ■A digital camera or USB flash memory is not recognized. (SX80 II) Cause PictBridge is not supported.
  • Page 141: The Projected Image Is Blur

    ■The projected image is blur. Cause The image is out of focus. The distance to the screen is too short. The projector is not placed straight in front of the screen. The projector has been moved to a place where the temperature var- ies a lot.
  • Page 142: You Cannot Operate The Remote Control

    Troubleshooting Cause The operating temperature is inap- propriate. Other reasons ■You cannot operate the remote control. Cause Batteries are not installed properly or they have run out. You are operating the remote con- trol from the outside of the remote control operating range.
  • Page 143: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning the Projector Clean the projector frequently to prevent dust from settling on the surface. A dirty lens may ruin the quality of the projected image. • The main unit is very hot immediately after turning off the projector. Wait until the projector cools down sufficiently (more than 1 hour) before cleaning the projector.
  • Page 144: Cleaning And Replacing The Air Filter

    Maintenance Cleaning and Replacing the Air Filter An air filter is installed in the air intake vent on the bottom of the main body to protect the internal lens and mirror from dust. Should the air filter become clogged with dust, the pro- jector may be damaged since it will block the air flow into the projector and raises the internal temperature of the projector.
  • Page 145: Replacing The Lamp

    Replacing the Lamp When the time of use of the lamp exceeds the certain amount of time, the following mes- sage (two types) is displayed for 10 seconds every time the projector is turned on. 1,800 - less than 2,000 hours •...
  • Page 146: Replacing The Lamp

    Maintenance ■Replacing the Lamp Turn off the projector, disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet, and let the projector stand for at least 1 hour. As shown in the figure, insert a flat- head screwdriver in the gap and remove the lamp cover by raising it.
  • Page 147: Relationship Between Aspect And Screen Aspect

    Relationship between Aspect and Screen Aspect This section describes the relationship between screen aspect (P62) and aspect (P65). To project an image on the whole screen, select the most appropriate screen aspect ratio and aspect according to the aspect ratio of the screen and input signal type. When Projecting an Image from a Computer When the input signal is [ANALOG PC-1], [ANALOG PC-2], or [DIGITAL PC (SX80 II)], select screen aspect and aspect as follows according to the resolution of the image on the computer.
  • Page 148: When Projecting An Image From Image Software

    Relationship between Aspect and Screen Aspect When Projecting an Image from Image Software To project an image such as an image shot by a TV set, commercially available DVD software, or video camcorder (input signal [HDMI (SX80 II)], [VIDEO], [S-VIDEO (SX80 II)], [COMPO- NENT]), select an aspect ratio according to the image software format as follows.
  • Page 149: When Projecting An Image From A Digital Camera Or A Usb Flash Memory (sx80 Ii)

    When Projecting an Image from a Digital Camera or a USB Flash Memory (SX80 II) The [Auto] mode is automatically selected for the aspect ratio when displaying an image from a digital camera or USB flash memory (selecting [USB] as the input signal). The image is expanded fully on the screen with the screen aspect maintained.
  • Page 150: Supported Computer Signal Types

    Supported Computer Signal Types This projector supports following signal types. If your computer or AV equipment is compatible with any one of these signal types, the projector's auto PC function selects the input signal type to project an image appropriately. ANALOG RGB Resolution Signal type...
  • Page 151: Relationship Between Screen Size And Projecting Distance

    Relationship between Screen Size and Projecting Distance Screen size Screen size at 4:3 aspect ratio Type - W x D cm 40" (81 x 61) 50" (102 x 76) 60" (122 x 91) 70" (142 x 107) 80" (163 x 122) 90"...
  • Page 152: Glossary

    Glossary * is only applicable to SX80 MarkII sRGB (P67, P93) An international standard of color repre- sentation (color space) which is applied to general digital cameras, displays and oth- ers. In this projector, if you select [sRGB] in the [Image mode] setting, the projector can project the best-quality image con- forming to the sRGB Standard.
  • Page 153 Aspect (P65, P79, P147) The aspect ratio is the ratio of the horizon- tal dimension (width) to the vertical dimen- sion (height) of a screen. It is expressed as "width : height." The following aspect ratios are normally used in Computer or AV equipment. [4:3] The aspect ratio for SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) and XGA (1024 x 768) display resolution in...
  • Page 154 Glossary Number of dots in each resolution If you select SXGA+ (1400 dots x 1050 dots) as the display resolution for the con- necting computer, this projector can project high-resolution images. If your computer does not have the SXGA+ option, select the maximum resolution among the selectable options.
  • Page 155 Gain (P97) A parameter that adjusts the reproduction range of a brightness signal from black to white within the image signal to naturally reproduce it on the screen. The reproduc- ibility of the bright tone is mainly changed. Since you can adjust the gain for each RGB color in this projector, you can also adjust colors.
  • Page 156: Specifications

    Specifications ■Projector Model name Display system Optical system Type Size/Aspect ratio Drive system Number of pixels/Total Number of pixels Zoom ratio/Focal length/F value Zooming and focusing system Lens shift Light source Screen size (projection distance) Number of producible colors Brightness* Contrast ratio Uniformity* Speaker...
  • Page 157: External View

    ■External View 59.3 mm (2.37") 332 mm (13.28") Screw Holes for Installation of ceiling-mount hanger (M4 x 5) ■ANALOG PC-1 (SX800), ANALOG PC-2/COMPONENT IN terminal This terminal is used as a computer analog PC input or component input terminal. Use a D-sub computer cable for connection.
  • Page 158: Service Port (control)

    Specifications ■Service Port (CONTROL) D-sub 9pin Communication format Communication mode: RS-232-C, asynchronous, half-duplex communication Communication speed:19,200 bps Character length: 8 bits Stop bits: 2 bits Parity: None Flow control: None Control Commands Function ASCII Representation POWER ON<CR> Power POWER OFF<CR> supply GET POWER<CR>...
  • Page 159 Function ASCII Representation Normal LAMP=NORMAL<CR> Lamp Quiet LAMP=SILENT<CR> mode GET LAMP<CR> Blank On BLANK=ON<CR> BLANK Blank Off BLANK=OFF<CR> 42h GET BLANK<CR> Binary Representation 4Ch 41h 4Dh 50h 3Dh 4Eh 4Fh 52h 4Dh 41h 4Ch 0Dh 4Ch 41h 4Dh 50h 3Dh 53h 49h 4Ch 45h 4Eh 54h 0Dh 47h 45h 54h 20h 4Ch 41h 4Dh 50h 0Dh 42h 4Ch 41h 4Eh 4Bh 3Dh 4Fh 4Eh 0Dh 42h 4Ch 41h 4Eh 4Bh 3Dh 4Fh 46h 46h 0Dh...
  • Page 160: Index

    Index Numerics 6-axis color adjust (SX80 II) ...100 Adjustable foot ... 37 Adjusting keystone distortion ... 60 Adjusting the focus ... 59 Adjusting the volume ... 71 Air filter ... 144 Ambient light (SX80 II) ... 101 ANALOG PC ...40 Analog PC ...
  • Page 161 HDMI over scan (SX80 II) ... 85 Horizontal pixels ... 83 Horizontal position ... 82 IMAGE ... 67 Image adjustment menu ... 76 Image flip H/V ... 87 Image mode ... 93 Image mode (Image quality) ... 67 Information ...76 INPUT ...
  • Page 162 Index Setting up the projector ...19 Setting Various Function ... 103 Sharpness ... 95 Signal type ... 150 Slideshow (SX80 II) ... 107 SNMP Agent Function (SX80 II) ... 132 sRGB ... 67 S-VIDEO (SX80 II) ... 45 S-VIDEO input terminal (SX80 II) ...29 System settings menu ...
  • Page 163 Options • Replacement lamp Part No.: RS-LP05 • Ceiling-mount hanger Part No.: RS-CL10 • Ceiling-mount pipe (40 cm/16 in to 60 cm/24 in) Part No.: RS-CL08* * This part is used to hang the projector from a ceiling. For more detailed information, refer to the instruction manual that comes with the ceiling-mount hanger RS-CL10.
  • Page 164: Menu Configuration

    Return Screen aspect Red/Green/Blue Upper L Upper R Center * Lower L Lower R Black Blue * User logo (SX800) Black * Blue User logo (SX800) Skip Canon logo * User logo (SX800) 4:3 * 16:9 16:9 D. image shift...
  • Page 165: The Image Adjustment Menu

    The Image adjustment menu COMMON Image mode Standard * Presentation Movie sRGB DIGITAL PC/ANALOG PC/ Photo (SX80 II) Brightness Contrast Sharpness Gamma Color adjustment DIGITAL PC (SX80 II)/ANALOG PC (SX80 II)/USB (SX80 II) Color level ** Color temperature ** VIDEO/S-VIDEO (SX80 II)/COMPONENT Color level Color balance (only for COMPONENT) COMMON...
  • Page 166: The Information Menu

    Menu Configuration The System settings menu Auto setup P103 Auto focus (SX80 II) On * Auto keystone On * Auto input On * Auto screen color (SX80 II) Off * Return Power management mode Off * Standby Exit Direct power on Off * Beep On *...
  • Page 168 CANON INC. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan U.S.A. CANON U.S.A. INC. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042- 1198, U.S.A. For all inquires concerning this product, call toll free in the U.S. 1-800-OK-CANON CANADA CANON CANADA INC. HEADQUARTERS...

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