Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II

Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II

Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II review: specs and price

Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II
Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II

Why is Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II better than the average?

  • Resolution

    1400 x 1050pxvs1.36MP
  • ANSI lumens

  • Maximum projection size

  • Zoom ratio

  • Audio input ports

  • Optical zoom

  • Weight

  • Component ports


Price comparison

General info

1.lamp life


This shows the lifespan of the light source. Beamers need to have their lamps (light source) replaced every now and then.
2.audible noise


Audible noise is the noise that a device produces while in operation. Reduced audible noise improves quality.


We consider a thinner chassis better because it makes the product more compact and portable. Thinness is a feature highlighted by many manufacturers of mobile devices, but it is essential for a wide range of products.


We consider a lower weight better because lighter devices are more comfortable to carry. A lower weight is also an advantage for home appliances, as it makes transportation easier, and for many other types of products.
5.power consumption in standby mode


The power consumption in standby mode, also called energy-saving mode, measures the amount of power the device consumes when shut down but still plugged in.
6.operating power consumption


How much power the device consumes when it's switched on.

Projection quality


1400 x 1050px

Resolution is an essential indicator of a screen's image quality, representing the maximum amount of pixels that can be shown on the screen. The resolution is given as a compound value, comprised of horizontal and vertical pixels.
2.ANSI lumens


The light projected by the device is brighter, i.e. it has a higher ANSI lumens measurement.
3.has motorized zoom
Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II
Motorized or power zoom lenses allow the user to remotely press a switch, for example on a remote control, causing the projector to automatically zoom in or out and correct the size of the image.
4.maximum projection size


The maximum size of image that a device can project without compromising quality.
5.zoom ratio


A projector zoom allows you to increase or decrease the size of the projected image without moving the projector. The most common zoom ratio among today's projectors is 1.2, which means you can vary the image size by 20% by simply adjusting the zoom lens.


A bigger variety of brand lenses means that you have more options and can find one that suits your needs.


1.has a DVI connector
Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II
Devices that have a DVI connector (usually computers and notebooks) can be connected to the TV set.
2.component ports


The more component ports a device has, the more devices can be simultaneously connected, such as video game consoles and set-top boxes.
3.has an HDMI output
Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II
Devices with a HDMI or mini HDMI port can transfer high definition video and audio to a display.
4.USB ports


With more USB ports, you are able to connect more devices.


1.has a socket for a 3.5 mm audio jack
Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II
With a standard mini jack socket, you can use the device with most headphones.
2.audio output power

1 x 1W

Audio output power is based on the number of speakers and their power in watts. High audio output power results in loud, clear sounds.
3.audio input ports


More audio input ports mean that more audio devices such as microphones and keyboards can be connected at once.


1.optical zoom


The zoom range is the ratio between the longest and shortest focal lengths. A higher zoom range means that the lens is more versatile.
2.supports digital input
Canon REALiS SX80 Mark II
Digital inputs carry a binary digital signal, instead of an analog signal. Digital input improves the quality of the projection.
3.screen size


The bigger the screen size is, the better the user experience.

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