Canon LE-5W Projector Specifications

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Canon LE-5W Specs
Projector ModelLE-5W
TechnologyDLP
Price$799
Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)500
Contrast Ratio3,000:1
Native ResolutionWXGA (1280x800)
Max Resolutionn/a
3DYes
Native Aspect Ratio16:10
Video CompatibilityComponent, S-video, Composite
HDTV720p, 1080i, 1080p/60, 576i, 576p
Lamp Life20,000 hours LED
Noise Level (-db)38.0
Audio2.5W stereo
DVI or HDMIYes
Power Zoom/FocusNo
Lens ShiftNo
Zoom Lens Ration/a
Optional Lens
ClassroomYes
Wireless Networking
Dimensions1.8H x 9.8W x 7.6D
Weight3.5
Warranty3 years
 

News And Comments

  • Peter Arne

    I’m a little confused by some of the conclusion comments here, namely: A con mentioned is the cost of bulb replacement, but isn’t this an LED projector with a 20K hour expected bulb life? Also the summary compares to a Mitsubishi projector which is an LCD projector which seems to cost a few times more than this, not less, which seems odd – was the wrong model number listed? Or did I miss some things?

    • ProjectorReviews.com

      Hi Peter. Sorry for your confusion–but where are you looking? I just looked back over the Summary page, and there is nothing resembling either bulb replacement or Mitsubishi mentioned. Did you perhaps have a different review open? Let me know so I can try and help/make any necessary fixes.

      • Peter Arne

        My mistake, apparently. I was reading many reviews on this site, and I must have become confused about which review I was reading and posting to. I did go back to double-check before I posted the question, but today it appears this comment is on a different review than I remember. I’ve looked but so far haven’t found the article I was replying to. I will go check my browser history…

        • ProjectorReviews.com

          No problem Peter. If you figure out what you were looking at, or if you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to ask!