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e-Fotografija interviews Mr. Takaya Iwasaki
Dennis Hissink : October 6th 2004 - 15:30 CETupdated
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e-FotografijaThe Slovenian website e-Fotografija, who is also member of the DIWA Award organisation, attended the Photokina show last week. Matjaz Intihar had een meeting at the Canon booth where he interviewed Mr. Takaya Iwasaki, Canon representative for Central East and North East Europe, Sub-Sahara Africa and Middle East. This interview, published in English, gives us some interesting information about future photo technologies and other ideas that Canon has. Canon is one of the biggest, perhaps the biggest market leader in digital imaging today, and with very high investment in all kind of technologies and developments it is very interesting to learn more about the strategic of Canon.
e-Fotografija interviews Mr. Takaya Iwasaki Some details of the interview:

Matjaz: When will Canon introduce some kind of dust protection?

TAKAYA: We get a lot of request to do something about it and we wanted to install it in the 20D, but in the end it all came down to cost. This time we said we should make it affordable so we decided against dust protection, but we are working on it.

Matjaz: Olympus R&D managers said the future of image stabilising is a system similar to what Minolta have at the moment i.e. in-body image stabilising. What's Canons opinion regarding this issue?

TAKAYA: We are confident in our optical stabilising system, but as you know we are always considering better alternatives. Canon is capable of having a stabilising system both in the lens and the body, but we are choosing the best way at the best time so at the moment we're going with optical stabilising.
If there will be more requests from professional photographers to have it in the body then we are prepared to do it, but for now things stay as they are.

There is much more to read, so hop on over to the website e-Fotografija to read the whole interview!




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