Canon XEED SX6000


The XEED SX6000 incorporates LCOS and AISYS technology with motorised lenses to deliver a true 6000 lumens colour brightness and SXGA+ resolution – ideal where a traditional aspect ratio is required.


  • Native SXGA+ resolution
  • LCOS technology
  • 6000 lumens colour brightness
  • 1000:1 contrast ratio
  • Motorised zoom, focus and lens shift
  • Four interchangeable lenses
  • Advanced RGB and gamma adjustment
  • DVI and HDMI™ inputs
  • PJLink™ compatible network port
  • 360° installation

Detailed Features

Take a more detailed look into the Canon XEED SX6000

Bright, detailed projection

The XEED SX6000 is Canon’s brightest LCOS installation projector. With SXGA+ (1400x1050) high resolution and 6000 lumens, it is ideal in spaces where brightness matters: like multi-display environments, large venues and auditoriums.

Overwhelming image quality

The 0.7” LCOS panel, along with the Canon AISYS optical system, ensures your audience sees only perfect, seamless images – even in demanding spaces like hotel conference facilities or lecture halls.

4:3 projection and a high aperture ratio ensures silky images, making this model ideal for professional photographers who want to showcase the subtle tones in their work. Deep blacks and vivid colours are assured thanks to a 1000:1 contrast ratio.

Unmatched Canon lens quality

Installation projectors need very accurate lenses, and the XEED SX6000 offers both the quality and flexibility you demand. With Canon lens technology, you are assured superior image definition and maximum brightness.

The advanced installation feature of ½ pixel accuracy lets you show off your images to their best advantage – essential for multiple projector installs such as 3D, stacking, blended systems and domes.

Select your ideal lens

Four interchangeable high precision lenses, including standard 1.5x zoom, wide angle, 1.7x long zoom and 1.95x ultra long zoom, give you the flexibility to express your creativity in even the largest environments.

Control your images

The XEED SX6000 includes a range of smart features to help you present your images faithfully and accurately. Individual RGB control, 6-Axis Colour and Gamma Detail adjustment helps you achieve exceptional colour matching that is very close to professionally calibrated devices.

Flexible to connect and operate

The XEED SX6000 offers a wide choice of connectivity options suitable for business, education and public display environments. DVI and HDMI™ terminals let you project high-definition digital images and video; while network and RS232C ports allow easy connections to your room control system and LAN. The industry standard PJLink™ is also supported, enabling control and monitoring over IP. In combination with flexible 360° installation, these features make XEED SX6000 superbly versatile.

Save costs, reduce emissions

At less than 0.08 watts per luminescence unit, the XEED SX6000 power consumption can be described as one of the best in the industry.

Product Specification

Find out more about the Canon XEED SX6000, its features and what it can do.

For powerful brightness and a high contrast ratio

For powerful brightness and a high contrast ratio

HD Ready

HD Ready



Industry standard control protocol

Industry standard control protocol

Serial Commands

Download the serial commands necessary for setting up remote control of the SX6000

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Case Study Gesundheit Nord Medical

Gesundheit Nord Medical Centres

Canon’s video projectors deliver the sharpest images for the doctors in the ‘Gesundheit Nord Klinikverbund Bremen gGmbH’ group. Using Canon’s XEED SX80 Mark II Medical video projectors, it has modernised its day-to-day routine and digital X-ray systems are now used in daily consultations across four clinics in Bremen.

Case Study inamo Restaurant

inamo Restaurant, London

In 2010 over 90 Canon XEED projectors were installed at inamo st james. The projectors are part of inamo’s proprietary E-TableTM solution, which lets diners order their meal, choose a digital table cloth, watch a kitchen ‘ChefCam,’ and even order a taxi home, all through a projected display on their table.