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New high speed PIXMA Multifunctionals from Canon


Dennis Hissink : 2004-07-09 08:00:00
Canon, a leader in photographic and imaging technology, today unveils two range-leading PIXMA 'all-in-one' devices: the PIXMA MP750 and PIXMA MP780 Multifunctionals. Featuring a stylish, futuristic new design, the devices unify every required home office product feature and more, into a single unit: 25 ppm mono / 17 ppm colour document printer, Photo printer - 4800 x 1200 dpi, 2 picolitre ink droplets, PictBridge compatible, Colour Copier - 22 cpm Mono / 17 cpm Colour, 35 page Automatic Document Feeder, Flat bed scanner - Full colour, 2400 x 4800 dpi optical resolution, USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface, 2 way paper feeding - Sheet feeder and cassette, CD-R/DVD printer, Fax (MP780) - Super G3, full colour, 250 page memory.


Canon launches entry-level PIXMA printers


Dennis Hissink : 2004-07-09 08:00:00
Canon, a leader in photographic and imaging technology, today announces two 4800 x 1200 dpi personal photo/document printers to open its new PIXMA range - the 20 ppm PIXMA iP2000 and 18 ppm PIXMA iP1500. The printers offer remarkable 2 picolitre photolab print quality at entry level price points from Canon’s unique FINE (Full-Photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) print head technology. The 4 ink iP1500 and iP2000 represent new levels of price performance, with print quality that was until recently only available in dedicated 6 ink photo printers. "With these new PIXMA printers, Canon confirms a commitment to bringing consumers true photo performance, consistent reliability and superb design across the entire range,"


New "designer" PIXMA printers from Canon


Dennis Hissink : 2004-07-09 08:00:00
Canon today unveils a bold new look for its new PIXMA range, with the launch of two 4800 x 1200 dpi personal photo/document printers. With 2 picolitre droplet performance from FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) technology print heads, both printers are capable of producing glossy borderless photo prints direct from contemporary digital still and digital video cameras. The PIXMA iP4000 and PIXMA iP3000 both feature convention-defying designs to match their 2 picolitre photolab quality and respected 25 ppm/22 ppm performance. Radical designs reflect Canon's recognition of the increasing preference amongst customers for products that excel in both aesthetics and functionality.


New Canon Optura 500 and Optura 400 videocams


Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-10 02:11:45
Canon's new vertically designed Optura 500 and Optura 400 Mini DV 2.2-megapixel camcorders provide consumers with high quality video and photos in a compact and easy-to-use package. Incorporating Canon's DV Photo Plus technology, these eye-catching camcorders are shorter and smaller than their predecessors, take advantage of Genuine Canon Optics and advanced photo features often found in Canon's line of PowerShot and EOS digital cameras. "Two-in-one camcorders have become increasingly popular as technology provides consumers with these options," said Yukiaki Hashimoto, senior vice president and general manager of the consumer imaging group at Canon USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Canon Inc.


UNEP launches International Photographic Contest


Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-08 02:07:18
Professionals and amateurs alike are today being urged to unclip their dust caps and load up their cameras for the world's biggest environmental photo competition. As part of the annual World Environment Day celebrations in Barcelona, Spain, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is launching its fourth International Photographic Competition on the Environment, sponsored once again by Canon Inc. Nineteen launches in addition to Barcelona are planned in key cities and centres around the globe including Beirut, Buenos Aires, Dakar, Berlin, New York and Tokyo. The competition, called "Focus on Your World" and centred on the theme "Celebrating Diversity," will run until 24 October, 2004 and is open to all nationalities and ages.


Canon launches new MVX20 Series camcorders


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-14 01:00:00
Canon announces its 2.2 Megapixel MVX20i (12x zoom) and MVX25i (14x zoom) camcorders. The MVX20 Series delivers high quality movies, and can also be used to take still photographs, with digital still specifications and functionality comparable to that of many 2 Megapixel digital still cameras. Canon's DIGIC DV processor provides split path video and still image processing while an RGB Primary Colour Filter ensures warm, vivid colour reproduction. The camcorders have a stylish new robust design, with a highly polished, sculptured exterior. Their curved, easy holding grip and one touch operation afford users unprecedented ease of use. The MVX20i and MVX25i will be available from the end of June 2004.


Canon introduces new PowerShot S60 camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-10 09:00:00
It has been a while ago Canon introduced the latest Powershot S-series. Today Canon unveils its latest 5.0 Megapixel compact digital still camera, the PowerShot S60. A comprehensive array of technology firsts for the S-Series includes new lens materials which allow a reduction in lens size, enabling an elegantly sleek body shape. Also new for the S-Series is the 28-100mm (5.8-20.7mm, equivalent to 28-100mm on 35mm film ) focal length lens with 4cm macro, simultaneous RAW and JPEG file recording, optional 2x tele-converter and a 40m depth waterproof case. The camera includes a new pre-set white balance mode for underwater photography, Print/Share button, 15 second to 1/2000 sec shutter speeds, and a new user interface.


Canon announces new CanoScan 5200F scanner


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-06 08:08:00
Canon announces the 2400x4800 dpi, 48-bit colour depth CanoScan 5200F film and document scanner. A 6-frame Film Adapter Unit (FAU) allows high volume film scanning. Dust and scratches on spoiled film are automatically detected and removed with Canon’s highly accurate infra-red FARE Level 2 technology. A striking, sleek new design matches the scanner's strong technical specifications. Many of the CanoScan 5200F's features are designed to save time. An enlarged FAU allows up to six 35mm unmounted negatives or four 35mm mounted slides to be scanned in a single operation. A USB 2.0 Hi-Speed connection works together with a new, faster scanning engine to deliver excellent scan speeds on both Windows and Mac operating systems.


New Canon Optura 30 and Optura 40 camcorders


Mark Peters : 2004-04-20 08:29:21
Canon's newest pair of digital aces, the Optura 30 and Optura 40 Mini DV 2.2 Megapixel camcorders, unite the worlds of digital video and digital photography using DV Photo Plus technology. The new Optura 30 and Optura 40 camcorders optimize natural color quality, enhance low light image capture and provide a powerful array of Canon's digital camera "can do's." Whether capturing- even simultaneously - the magical motion of exhilarating events or the deep emotion of a moment frozen in time, these two versatile DV camcorders combine such innovative Canon video capabilities as an RGB Primary Color Filter for superior color rendition, improved audio processing for crisp, clean sound recording, and a high resolution, true 16:9 widescreen mode.


Canon's new Photo Printers CP-220 and CP-330


Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-02 03:55:51
Canon's new Compact Photo Printers CP-220 and CP-330 allow consumers to print pictures quickly, easily and directly from a digital camera, virtually anywhere. Canon's small and stylish CP photo printers now print high-quality color prints in three different paper sizes from a computer via USB or by direct camera-to-printer connection. These sizes include 4" x 8" for personalized greeting cards or invitations; 4" x 6" postcard size or credit-card size pictures. The Canon Compact Photo Printers CP-220 and CP-330 dye-sub printers allow users to create crisp, vibrant postcard-sized color prints in approximately 85 seconds (print speed based on average output speed achieved during product testing with Canon PowerShot digital cameras.


Canon launches 13x19 INCH desktop photo printer


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-29 02:10:39
Canon's i9900 desktop photo printer empowers consumers, photo enthusiasts and working photographers to make their own professional quality borderless photo prints. The 13 x 19-inch inkjet printer features new red and green ink cartridges for rich, accurate colour rendition, industry leading 4800 x 2400 dpi (resolution may vary based on printer driver setting) maximum colour resolution, microscopic 2 picoliter ink droplets, as well as USB 2.0 Hi-speed and Firewire interfaces. The i9900 desktop photo printer will be available in May for a suggested list price $499.99 (prices subject to change at any time). The i9900 photo printer is the first in its class to offer eight individual ink tanks.


Canon releases entry-level 3.2 MP PowerShot A310


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon who made an impressive introduction some weeks ago of their new DSLR announces a whole bunch of new digital cameras today. Among them is the 3.2 Megapixel PowerShot A310. With a new Print/Share button and extended print functionality, the camera replaces the PowerShot A300. Although targeted at consumers looking for an easy-to-use camera, many features found in Canon's high-end cameras have been included to ensure that image quality and flexibility is maintained. These include Canon's highly responsive and award winning dedicated DIGIC processor for superb colour rendering and high image quality, a 5.1x digital zoom, movie clips and 5-point AiAF auto-focus with 5cm macro close-up.


Canon introduces new Powershot A75


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Today, just some days before PMA 2004 kicks off, Canon announces its new Powershot member, the 3.2 Megapixel Powershot A75. The camera has a number of new features including a "Special Scene" mode to deliver optimal results in difficult lighting conditions and a Print/Share button to make direct printing and uploading to Windows PC simpler. The new Canon Powershot A75 has 13 shooting modes, which include a new "Special Scene" mode. Within the 'Special Scene' mode we find six selectable pre-sets that optimise the camera's white balance, exposure and other settings for specific shooting situations. These scene modes are 'fireworks', 'foliage', 'beach', 'snow', 'underwater' and 'indoor'.


Canon releases new Digital IXUS IIs camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon announces the new Digital IXUS camera. This brings to a total of 30 the number of IXUS models (digital and analogue) released since 1996. The 3.2 Megapixel Digital IXUS IIs takes over from the popular Digital IXUS II. Launched to popular and critical acclaim in May 1996, the original stainless steel IXUS APS camera triggered an avalanche success. Canon has stuck with IXUS ever since, never straying from the IXUS philosophy of simplicity and beauty that feels great in the hands. Released in May 2000, the first Digital IXUS marked the beginning of a string of successes for Canon in the style-conscious digital compact segment. "This new range celebrates eight stylish IXUS years," said Mogens Jensen, Head of Canon Consumer Imaging Europe.


Canon unveils new 4MP Digital IXUS 430 camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon introduces a replacement of the IXUS 400, the Digital IXUS 430. This new 4 Megapixel camera has, like the famous series of ISUX camera is well-known for, a high-quality stainless steel body with the traditional IXUS feel and look. Images taken with the 4.0 Megapixel Digital IXUS 430 can be printed up to A3 size without image quality degradation. The Digital IXUS 430 includes a 3.0x optical zoom. Optical zoom ensures that the full sensor size is employed when closing in on a subject, so pictures taken with the zoom do not suffer from image degradation. The new IXUS model features 9-point Artificial Intelligence Auto Focus (AiAF) for fast and sharp images, even with off-centre subjects.


Canon unveils new IXUS camera: 5MP IXUS 500


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
If one series of digital cameras has been successful it is the IXUS series from Canon. Since 1996 a total of 30 IXUS models (digital and analogue) have been released (including the new models). The new IXUS 500 is the flagship of the series from today. The stainless steel IXUS camera is a success since 1996 and with the launch of this new top model Canon will expect to maintain the same success as in the years before. In May 2000, the first Digital IXUS was released and immediately marked the beginning of a string of successes for Canon in this stylish designed compact segment. The new IXUS 500 is protected with superbly finished stainless steel bodies with the traditional IXUS feel.


New PowerShot S1 IS opens new line for Canon


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon releases the hybrid PowerShot S1 IS digital camera. A fully featured and well specified 3.2 Megapixel digital still camera with a 10x optical zoom, the PowerShot S1 IS is also a quality digital video camcorder, with capacity to shoot clear and natural video clips with 30 frames per second VGA resolution and high quality sound. An optical Image Stabilizer is featured, limiting blur in digital stills and keeping video footage steady. The 3.2 MP sensor and Canon's image processing algorithms allow enlargements without image degradation up to A4 in size. The PowerShot S1 IS features an f/2.8–f/3.1, 38-380mm (35mm equivalent) zoom lens. Optional wide and tele-converters are available to extend the lens range from 26.6mm right up to 608mm.


Canon unveils new flagship: PowerShot Pro 1


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-09 15:00:00
Canon releases the 8.0 Megapixel PowerShot Pro1, the new flagship of the PowerShot range. Targeted at professional and highly advanced photographers, the camera is the first compact to be fitted with a Canon professional L-series lens; the f/2.4-3.5, 7.2-50.8mm (28-200mm 35mm film equiv.) USM lens. An abundance of features generally reserved for Canon's high-end digital SLR cameras combine to deliver outstanding camera performance and exceptional image quality for enlargements up to A2 size. Professional features include RAW file recording and a hybrid AF system, combining TTL and external metering focusing systems for fast and precise auto-focus. The Pro1 can shoot at 2.5 frames per second, and has shutter speeds from 15sec to 1/4000 sec.


Canon launches the Bubble Jet i80 printer


Mark Peters : 2004-02-04 17:17:39
Canon is pleased to announce the world's fastest and highest resolution mobile printer: the 14ppm (mono), 4800x1200dpi Bubble Jet i80. Key features include optional Bluetooth support, Micro-Nozzles delivering 2pl droplet size and an optional battery pack/charger. The printer is PictBridge compatible for direct USB connection and photo printing with any compliant digital camera or camcorder, without the need for a PC. At just 52mm thick and with a profile area less than the A4 sheets it can print, it is smaller than competing printers. A sleek design and champagne gold finish match its superior performance. With Canon's patented advanced MicroFine droplet Technology, the printer has 2pl droplet size and unrivalled print head density.


New EF28-300 f/3.5–5.6L IS USM lens from Canon


Dennis Hissink : 2004-01-29 05:00:00
Canon today releases the professional series EF28-300mm f/3.5–5.6L IS USM ultra high magnification zoom lens. With an approx. 11x zoom range covering everything from wide-angle to telephoto, Canon's latest dust and moisture proof 'white lens' is designed to appeal to professional EOS photographers looking to reduce lens changes and the number of lenses they need to carry. The lens incorporates Canon's renowned Image Stabilisation (IS) technology, compensating for approximately three stops without any perceptible increase in image blur when shooting static subjects or panning. This vastly increases the range of circumstances in which hand-held photography is possible, limiting the need to carry a tripod.






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