30 June 2023

Firmware Notice: Canon EOS R5 C: Firmware V

Canon Firmware Canon EOS R5 C Version incorporates the following enhancements: 

Firmware Notice: Canon EOS R5 C: Firmware V

1. The following features are enabled when the following lenses are attached: CN-E14-35mm T1.7 L S, CN-E20-50mm T2.4 L F, CN-E45-135mm T2.4 L F, CN8x15 IAS S/E1:
  • Displaying metadata, such as the model name and the focal distance of the lens attached.
  • Displaying T number.
  • Support for Peripheral Illumination Correction and Chromatic Lens Aberration Correction.
  • Support for Dual Pixel CMOS AF autofocus(CN8x15 IAS S/E1 only)
  • Support for [Dual Pixel Focus Guide].

2. The following features are enabled when the following lenses are attached: RF-S18-45mm F4.5-6.3 IS STM, RF-S18-150mm F3.5-6.3 IS STM:

· Adds a menu to switch lens functions. (Focus Ring, Control Ring, Lens Optical Image Stabilization)

3. Adds EF lenses compatible with EF-EOS R 0.71x Mount Adapter.
  • CN-E14mm T3.1 L F
  • CN-E20mm T1.5 L F
  • CN-E24mm T1.5 L F
  • CN-E35mm T1.5 L F
  • CN-E50mm T1.3 L F
  • CN-E85mm T1.3 L F
  • CN-E135mm T2.2 L F
  • EF14mm f/2.8L II USM
  • EF24mm f/1.4L II USM
  • EF35mm f/1.4L II USM
  • EF50mm f/1.2L USM
  • EF85mm f/1.2L II USM
  • EF135mm f/2L USM

4. Enables left/right switching with one touch when using Magnify. (When recording 8K RAW with VR lens attached.)

5. Enables magnify during 8K MP4 recording. (Not available when HDMI 4K is output.)

6. Improves switching time between Video/Photo mode.

7. Adds Power Saving Mode.

8. Enhances Clear Scan resolution.

9. Adds Digital-Teleconverter function. (1.5x /2x /2.5x /3x)

10. Enables to change WFM size.

11. Enables to change Vector scope gain by touch.

12. Enables to change WFM/Vector scope opacity.

13. Improves AF performance.

- Enables tracking frame to change variably depending on subject.

- Enables to detect heads facing sideways or backwards, or in situations such as when wearing a helmet.

- Enables to select Face via control ring/dial.

14. Adds [Subject Selection] assignable function via control ring/dial.

15. Adds [Canon 709 / BT.709] to the Gamma/Color Space in Custom Picture setting.

16. Adds [CMT 709] in Proxy Rec Color Conversion.

17. Adds [CMT 709] in View Assist.

18. Adds [G Gain] in White Balance in Custom Picture settings.

19. Adds support for 4CH display in audio meter.

20. Fixes an issue, in which [IBIS High Resolution shot] that is not part of the original specifications, will become enabled under specific conditions.

*1-19 are the changes in Version, and 20 is the addition in Version


- Please use an SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card that is 512MB or greater to perform the firmware update.

- Firmware version is for updating EOS R5 C cameras running firmware version - If your camera's firmware is already version, it is not necessary to update the firmware. Once the camera is updated to the latest version, it cannot be restored to a previous version.

- Please refrain from loading menu settings generated using the most recent firmware version to a product running an old firmware version, as doing so may affect camera operations.

- Firmware update must be performed in VIDEO mode.


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This information is for residents of the United States and its five territories only. If you do not reside in the USA or its five territories, please contact the Canon Customer Support Center in your region.

Source: Canon Product Advirories

29 June 2023

Canon Celebrates 110 million EOS Cameras and 160 million RF/EF lenses

Canon celebrates significant milestones with production of 110 million EOS series cameras and 160 million interchangeable RF/EF lenses

Canon Celebrates 110 million EOS Cameras and 160 million RF/EF lenses

MELVILLE, NY, June 29, 2023 – Canon U.S.A., Inc. today announced that its parent company, Canon Inc., has reached two major production milestones—a cumulative total of 110 million1 EOS Series interchangeable-lens cameras in March and a cumulative total of 160 million2 RF/EF series interchangeable lenses in May. An EOS R6 Mark II Camera (released in December 2022) was the 110 millionth EOS series camera produced, while an RF100mm F2.8 L MACRO IS USM (released in July 2021) became the Company’s 160 millionth interchangeable lens produced.

Canon’s production of EOS Series cameras reaches 110 million mark through its pursuit of “Speed, Comfort and High Image Quality”

EOS, or Electro Optical System, is also the name of the Greek goddess of the dawn. The Canon EOS system debuted alongside the EF series of interchangeable lenses in March 1987 as the world’s first fully-electronic mount system for silver halide film AF SLR cameras. During the dawn of digital SLR cameras, Canon introduced its breakthrough EOS Kiss Digital Camera (EOS Digital Rebel Camera or EOS 300D Camera in other regions) in September 2003. Since then, Canon has continued to launch a range of groundbreaking products, including the professional-model EOS-1D Camera series and the EOS 5D Camera series, which paved the way for digital SLR video recording. Canon’s desire to further expand the boundaries of visual expression led to its next-generation EOS R Camera System, launched in October 2018. By striving to expand its lineup of attractive products to meet a diverse range of needs, the Canon EOS camera series has gained and maintained the support of many users over the years. As a result, the Company has maintained the world’s No. 1 share3 of digital SLR cameras over 20 years, from 2003 to 2022. In March 2023, Canon produced its 110 millionth EOS series camera.

Canon’s production of Canon RF/EF lenses reaches 160 million unit production milestone on the strength of advanced imaging technology

Canon’s proprietary EF lenses, launched in March 1987 along with the EOS SLR camera system, have continued to evolve since their introduction, leading the industry through the incorporation of a wide range of innovative technologies, including the world’s firsts4 as the Ultrasonic Motor (USM), Image Stabilizer (IS) technology, and a multilayered diffractive optical (DO) element.

With the addition of the RF Lens—which achieves unprecedented high image quality by leveraging a large aperture and short-back focus, along with a high-speed signal transmission system that are the hallmarks of the EOS R System of cameras and lenses launched in 2018—the entire range of lenses now includes a total of 115 models5, expanding the possibilities of image capture. In May 2023, the Company celebrated the production of 160 million EOS series interchangeable lenses.

Refining its proprietary imaging technologies, Canon plans to continue to strengthen and expand the EOS series along with its RF and EF lens lineup, striving to push the frontier of imaging forward and to contribute to the further development of photographic and video imaging culture.

The EOS Series Cameras

The EOS camera series, a new generation of AF SLR cameras that adopted the world's first electronic mount system and achieved full electronic control of the entire system, was launched with the EOS 650 Camera, the first of the series, released in March 1987.

As silver halide cameras boomed, Canon launched several models covering a wide range of user needs, including the EOS-1 Camera in Japan in 1989, aimed at professionals, and the EOS Kiss Camera (EOS Rebel XS Camera or EOS 500 Camera in other regions) in Japan in 1993, which achieved a compact, lightweight design and greatly expanded Canon’s user base. Then in 2003, during the early years of the digital camera age, the Company released in Japan the groundbreaking EOS Kiss Digital Camera (EOS Digital Rebel Camera or EOS 300D Digital Camera in other regions), an entry-level digital SLR camera that realized a compact, lightweight body at an affordable price. This move would trigger a massive expansion of the camera market, with Canon claiming the overwhelming lead in market share that same year. With the later release of the EOS-1D Camera Series for professionals and the EOS 5D Camera series, which helped popularize video capture using SLR cameras, Canon has continued to release epoch-making products.

In October 2018, Canon launched the EOS R Camera System, which includes the inaugural EOS R Camera and the EOS R5 Camera —the first camera to feature 8K video recording—released in July 2020 along with the EOS R3 Camera in November 2021, which features tracking of fast-moving subjects and continuous shooting performance, and the compact, lightweight EOS R100 Camera, thus expanding the Company’s product lineup. In addition, Canon launched the EOS VR System, designed to record video for virtual reality content, in December 2021. With the launch of these products and technologies, Canon is tirelessly pursuing new possibilities for visual expression.

Canon RF and EF Lenses

Since the release of the first EF lens, launched alongside the EOS series in March 1987, Canon has produced such EF lenses featuring world-first technologies as the EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM with image stabilization, which was launched in Japan in 1995, the EF400mm f/4 DO IS USM with a DO lens, which was launched in Japan in 2001 and the EF24mm f/1.4L II USM, treated with highly antireflective Subwavelength Structure Coating (SWC6), which was launched in Japan in 2008. In 2018, Canon released the RF28-70mm F2 L USM—a standard zoom lens featuring the world’s first fast f/2 aperture across the entire zoom range7—and in May 2023, the Company released the RF100-300mm F2.8 L IS USM large-diameter telephoto zoom lens, that realizes both high image quality and portability.

Today, Canon boasts 115 lenses in its rich RF and EF lens lineup that comprises such lenses as an ultra-wide-angle 5.2 mm focal length lens, a 1200 mm focal length super-telephoto lens, and EF Cinema Series lenses for video production. With a wide selection of lenses for every purpose, including zoom lenses, IS-equipped lenses, fast-aperture lenses, macro lenses, VR lenses, and even the TS-E tilt-shift lenses, Canon is well-positioned to meet the needs of various users.


† Based on weekly patent counts issued by United States Patent and Trademark Office.

1 Total unit sales of both silver halide (film) and digital cameras. Includes cinema cameras for video production.

2 Includes EF, EF-S, RF, RF-S, EF-M and EF Cinema lenses and lens extenders.

3 In terms of market share by number of units sold. Based on Canon research.

4 Among interchangeable SLR camera lenses. Based on Canon research.

5 The number of types of lenses available for sale may differ depending on regional markets. Includes four lens extenders. As of June 28, 2023.

6 Subwavelength Structure Coating: a specialized lens coating that offers strong anti-reflection properties.

7 Among interchangeable lenses supporting autofocus across the entire standard zoom range and compatible with 35mm equivalent full-frame sensor cameras. Based on Canon research.

Canon Press Release: Canon USA

23 June 2023

Canon Unveils Next-Generation A4 Laser Printers

Canon Unveils Next-Generation A4 Laser Printers to Empower Small Businesses and Large Offices with Superior Performance

Canon Unveils Next-Generation A4 Laser Printers

Reliable Business Companion for Seamless Operation

SINGAPORE, 23 June 2023 — Canon today announced the launch of its newest series of laser printers tailored specifically for small businesses and large offices. The new line-up includes the imageCLASS LBP243dw, LBP246dw, LBP248x, MF461dw, MF465dw, and MF469x, which offer a range of monochrome single function and multifunction printers to cater to diverse printing needs.

Superior Print and Scan Speed
The imageCLASS LBP246dw, LBP248x, MF465dw and MF469x deliver exceptional quality and swiftness, with speeds of 40 pages-per-minute (ppm) for quick and efficient document printing. When printing in A5, the printers can also churn out documents at up to an impressive 65 ppm. At the lower end of the scale, the imageCLASS LBP243dw and MF461dw are affordably priced, and can easily print up to 36 ppm in A4.

All models in the series are equipped with automatic duplex printing, reducing paper consumption for sustainability and also helping businesses save costs.

All three multifunction printers are equipped with a 50-sheet capacity Automatic Document Feeder (ADF), capable of fast single-pass scanning and digitising two-sided documents effortlessly at up to 100 images per minute (ipm) in monochrome and 80 ipm in colour. The ADF feature empowers businesses to digitise and manage vast amounts of paperwork swiftly and efficiently.

Versatile Connectivity and Enhanced Security
Canon's laser printers are designed to blend seamlessly into modern office environments. Equipped with ethernet and wireless connectivity, users can enjoy wireless printing from mobile devices and facilitate network printing for shared use in offices. The versatile connectivity capability ensure flexibility and convenience, catering to the evolving needs of small businesses and large offices.

The new printers are also productivity enablers for businesses as they are connected to cloud solutions, with support for Google Drive, Dropbox and OneDrive for printing and scanning. Enterprises with a Microsoft Azure subscription can also enjoy seamless connectivity with Microsoft Universal Print support.

Data communication between printer and host devices is protected with enhanced security features, including TLS 1.3 to eliminate data eavesdropping and spoofing. On top of that, the Verify System at Startup authentication process also reinforces the integrity of the printing architecture in offices, preventing tampering or unauthorized modifications.

Ease of Use for Seamless Operation
The imageCLASS LBP248x and MF460 series are equipped with 5-inch colour LCD touchscreen with Application Library support. The Application Library feature offers the convenience to register shortcut buttons for frequently used applications and functions. In addition, the 5-inch colour LCD touchscreen allows users to move icons and features via drag-and-drop mechanism on the home screen, creating quick access to frequently used functions to enhance workflow efficiency and save time.

Easy Maintenance and Cost-effectiveness
The optional 550-sheet paper feeder can be added to increase the printer’s total input capacity to 900 sheets to meet demands for large print volumes when business expands. To enhance cost-effectiveness and minimise downtime, all models utilise the new Toner Cartridge 070, which offers a yield of up to 3,000 pages1. The printers are also compatible with Toner Cartridge 070H, providing an extended yield of up to 10,200 pages1. The additional paper feeder and high-yield toner cartridge option allows users to effortlessly handle large print volumes without frequent interruptions for paper and cartridge replacement.

The latest imageCLASS LBP240 series and MF460 series will be available at authorised Canon distributors and dealers from June 2023 onwards.

About Canon Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Canon is a global leader in photographic and digital imaging solutions. Canon Singapore Pte. Ltd. is the headquarters for South & Southeast Asia driving sales, marketing and service strategies. Besides handling the domestic market, the company covers 22 other countries and regions including subsidiaries in India, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. The parent company Canon Inc. has a global network of more than 300 companies and employs about 180,000 people worldwide. Canon is guided by its kyosei philosophy that focuses on living and working together for the common good.

More information is available at https://asia.canon.

22 June 2023

Canon Recognized with iF Design Awards for 29th Consecutive Year

Canon Designs Recognized with Internationally Renowned iF Design Awards for 29th Consecutive Year
Canon Recognized with iF Design Awards for 29th Consecutive Year

Seven Canon Products Have Been Recognized With This Prestigious Award

MELVILLE, NY, June 22, 2023 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced that seven Canon product designs were recognized by iF International Forum Design GmbH with prestigious 2023 iF Design Awards. It marks the 29th consecutive year that Canon has won iF Design Awards. Encouraged by the recognition of the Company’s design excellence, Canon will continue striving to realize products that combine the highest levels of performance and design.

Established in 1953, the iF Design Awards are recognized internationally as one of the most prestigious awards within the field of design, with outstanding industrial designs chosen from all over the world each year. This year over 10,000 entries from 56 countries and regions were judged by internationally active design experts across nine disciplines: product, packaging, communication, interior architecture, professional concept, service design, architecture, user experience and user interface.

Canon iF Design Awards 2023:
  • Canon EOS R7 Mirrorless Camera
  • Canon RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM Lens
  • Canon RF 5.2mm f/2,8L Dual Fisheye Lens
  • Canon XF605 (Professional Video Camera)
  • Canon ImagePROGRAF TC-20 / TC-20M (Large Format Desktop Printers)
  • Canon Aplio go / Aplio flex (Diagnostic Ultrasound System) *
  • Canon Aquillian Serve (Full Body System) *

* Manufactured by Canon Medical Systems Corporation

Press Release Source: Canon USA

L.A.Times Selects Canon as Official Imaging Provider

The Los Angeles Times Selects Canon as Official Imaging Provider

L.A. Times Selects Canon as Official Imaging Provider

MELVILLE, NY, June 22, 2023 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, and the Los Angeles Times, the West Coast’s leading news organization, announced today a new multi-year partnership that makes Canon the Official Imaging Provider of the L.A. Times.

“As one of the world’s most notable newspapers, the Los Angeles Times had numerous digital imaging solutions the company could have selected as a partner,” said Tatsuro “Tony” Kano, Executive Vice President & General Manager of Canon U.S.A., Inc. “The range of Canon cameras and lenses, as well as our industry-leading service and support, can help the Los Angeles Times connect readers with high quality, impactful visual content.”

The Los Angeles Times’ mission is to inform, engage and inspire people through its high-quality journalism and compelling storytelling. Canon’s corporate philosophy of Kyosei – all people, regardless of race, religion, or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future – complements that mission and forms the basis of a partnership that will support visual storytelling that originates in California and resonates around the world.

“The Los Angeles Times has a long and distinguished history of visual journalism, and Canon’s cameras have been an invaluable tool for our news photographers for generations,” said Chris Argentieri, President & C.O.O. of the Los Angeles Times. “Our partnership with Canon will allow us to outfit our staff with best-in-class imaging equipment and expand on the range of visual journalism and storytelling we produce.”

As the Los Angeles Times’ official imaging provider, The Times’ award-winning photo and video journalists and the L.A. Times Studios video production team will use a range of Canon equipment, including Cinema E.O.S. cameras, lenses and accessories; P.T.Z. and remote cameras and accessories; camcorders and accessories; and other Canon digital cameras, lenses and accessories for use in newsgathering and video production.

In addition, Canon will become the presenting sponsor of the L.A. Times Short Docs, a showcase for short films that amplify underrepresented voices and foster diversity in the film community, and will commission a branded video series on iconic photographs of Los Angeles captured by L.A. Times photographers.

Press Release Source: Canon USA

19 June 2023

Canon and Red Bull team up to capture 'Skate the Museum'

“The Natural History Museum is now closed – Canon and Red Bull, the museum is yours”

• For one week only, London’s iconic Natural History Museum was transformed into a skatepark for the very first time
• Canon and Red Bull teamed up to capture the incredible moment Red Bull team skaters took over the space to session the rails at the entrance, take on a mega-ramp across the main stairs and kick-flip over a Velociraptor
• The crew worked with the latest Canon technology to capture the action, including the EOS C500 Mark II, the PowerShot V10 and the XF605 video camera
• The content, filmed on Canon, is live on the Canon YouTube channel alongside Red Bull TV and the Red Bull Skateboarding YouTube page

Canon and Red Bull team up to capture 'Skate the Museum'
Image Credit : Canon Europe

19th June, London, UK – Canon, Red Bull and a crew of Red Bull skaters were handed the keys to London’s Natural History Museum for one week only to skate amongst the museum’s 80 million artifacts, utilising a broad range of cutting-edge imaging technology from Canon to capture all of the skate action.

With the help of legendary skatepark designer Joe Ciaglia, a host of Red Bull skaters including six-time X-Games Gold Medalist Leticia Bufoni, rising star Lore Bruggeman, and Argentina’s Aldana Bertran turned the iconic space into a skatepark, creating a once-in-a-lifetime session shot exclusively on Canon.

The museum's prominent exhibitions including the Minerals Hall and the iconic Hintze Hall, complete with Hope the whale, were transformed into skate-friendly areas overnight, with ramps and railings set up across the building to take advantage of the natural architecture in the space. The trio of skaters were joined by skate legend Margie Didal and together they scoped out the whole museum to skate spots that no-one will ever skate again.

To capture the seminal moment with perfect precision, it was essential the team on the ground had the very best Canon technology available to them.

The film crews worked with the Canon EOS C500 Mark II which features a 5.9K Full Frame sensor packed into a compact and reliable Cinema EOS body, alongside the next generation Canon EOS C300 Mark III, incorporating Canon’s 4K Super 35mm DGO sensor, with 4K 120P Slow motion, High Dynamic Range and Dual Pixel CMOS AF.

Kiefer Passey, Director of Photography, commented: “One of the features in the kit I really enjoyed was the Servo Grip. Being able to have a cinema lens which can zoom in and out very quickly is absolutely amazing to use. It’s fast, the auto focus is good and it really brought me back to the early days of filming skateboarding.”

Additional kit included the Canon CR-N700 and CR-N500, both with class-leading auto focus and a 15x optical zoom (30x in Full HD) that captures productions in superb detail, even in Night Mode. Both feature exceptional stability for smooth PTZ operation, which was essential for capturing the skate magic on the day.

One of the set pieces captured at the museum was a ‘bullet-time’ moment where Red Bull skate athlete Leticia Bufoni kick-flipped over the skeleton of a Velociraptor. This was achieved in conjunction with the team at technical production agency The Flash Pack via a rig of 64 Canon DSLRs.

The Canon EOS R5 was utilised once the sun had gone down, as the quality in lowlight allowed the team to capture incredible atmospheric shots of the skaters at the museum after-hours.

The Canon PowerShot V10 acted as a small and easy-to-use lightweight portable camera with a crisp image. The PowerShot V10 incorporates built-in stereo microphone, wide angle lens and shake-free footage thanks to Enhanced Image Stabilisation.

To achieve a perfect blend of polished cinematography and ‘street-style’ shooting, skate legend Margie Didal – unfortunately injured and so unable to take part – took on the role of live recording, co-opting a Canon XF605 video camera to snag on-the-ground action shots. One of the cameramen commented, “She got some really great angles, I think we might be out of a job!”

The Canon XF605 delivers a new level of performance and control for solo shooters, with 15x optical zoom, professional connectivity and advanced autofocus including Eye Detection AF and intelligent Head Tracking for the first time in the XF Series.

Director Caitlin Black, Cut Media, said: “It’s a dream come true to be able to film inside such an incredible location and to work with Canon to capture it all.”

Director of Photography, Kiefer Passey, said: “Working with the Canon ecosystem all together has been really good. The picture quality is unmatched, the colours are perfect – it just does the job when the job has to be done in that small amount of time.

“It’s been a really fun shoot because we’ve been able to focus on the creative with such a varied and amazing range of kit to achieve our vision.”

Creative Director at The Flash Pack, Tyson Benton, said: “We use Canon for everything. You need reliability, and you need quality. Those are what you really want out of a camera. On shoots like these there’s a lot of things that can go wrong – fortunately the cameras are the one thing that doesn’t.”

Red Bull skate athlete Leticia Bufoni said: “It was a historic moment for the skate scene. We are used to being kicked out of museums or their grounds, but on this occasion the Natural History Museum allowed us to come inside and create a park around their stuff. They had obviously never had ramps in there so it was cool to create them all and skate this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

“I was pretty nervous skating around their artifacts. We were taking big risks to avoid damaging them. It was certainly one of the craziest nights of my life.”

You can view Skate the Museum on Monday 19th June here:

Press Release Source: Canon Europe

Canon and Red Bull - Behind the scenes of 'Skate The Museum'

 Canon and Red Bull - Behind the scenes of 'Skate The Museum' - Official Canon Video

"The Natural History Museum is now closed – Canon and Red Bull, the museum is yours!"
Canon, @redbull @RedBullSkateboarding and a crew of Red Bull skaters were handed the keys to London’s Natural History Museum for one week only to skate amongst the museum’s 80 million artifacts. The crew worked with the latest Canon technology to capture the action, including the EOS C500 Mark II, the PowerShot V10 and the XF605 video cameras.
The museum's prominent exhibitions including the Minerals Hall and the iconic Hintze Hall, complete with Hope the whale, were transformed into skate-friendly areas overnight, with ramps and railings set up across the building to take advantage of the natural architecture in the space.
   The trio of skaters, six-time X-Games Gold Medalist @LeticiaBufoni, rising star Lore Bruggeman, and Argentina’s Aldana Bertran were joined by skate legend Margie Didal and together they scoped out the whole museum to skate spots, that no-one will ever skate again. The film crews worked with the Canon EOS C500 Mark II which features a 5.9K Full Frame sensor packed into a compact and reliable Cinema EOS body, alongside the next generation Canon EOS C300 Mark III, incorporating Canon’s 4K Super 35mm DGO sensor, with 4K 120P Slow motion, High Dynamic Range and Dual Pixel CMOS AF. The additional kit included the Canon CR-N700 and CR-N500, both with class-leading autofocus and a 15x optical zoom (30x in Full HD) that captures productions in superb detail, even in Night Mode. Both feature exceptional stability for smooth PTZ operation, which was essential for capturing the skate magic on the day.
One of the set pieces captured at the museum was a ‘bullet-time’ moment where Red Bull skate athlete Leticia Bufoni kick-flipped over the skeleton of a Velociraptor. This was achieved in conjunction with the team at the technical production agency The Flash Pack via a rig of 64 Canon DSLRs. The Canon EOS R5 was utilised once the sun had gone down, as the quality in lowlight allowed the team to capture incredible atmospheric shots of the skaters at the museum after hours. The Canon PowerShot V10 acted as a small and easy-to-use lightweight portable camera with a crisp image. The PowerShot V10 incorporates built-in stereo microphone, wide angle lens and shake-free footage thanks to Enhanced Image Stabilisation.
Watch the full video over on Red Bull's channel:    • Skating A Museum ...   Canon EOS C500 Mark II: https://canon.sm/3JnlIKN Canon PTZ cameras: https://canon.sm/3NyYROS Canon EOS R5: https://canon.sm/3NyM6nB Canon PowerShot V10: https://canon.sm/42LI1Rs Canon XF605: https://canon.sm/42Ha8B6

Canon Online Photography Auction at Hillingdon Hospital

Canon runs online silent photography auction to raise money for a rehabilitation garden at Hillingdon Hospital

Canon Online Photography Auction at Hillingdon Hospital
Image Source : Canon Europe

London, 19 June 2023 – As part of its ongoing partnership with the Hillingdon Hospitals Charity, Canon will be helping to raise money to support the development of a new rehabilitation garden for patients at Hillingdon Hospital. Taking place between 19th and 30th June, the online silent auction will offer bidders the opportunity to own outstanding photographic works created by Canon Global Academy students, Canon employees and Canon Ambassador Clive Booth.

For patients undergoing long stays at hospital, having a tranquil, outdoor space they can spend time in is important for supporting recovery through outside therapy. Following the relocation of rehabilitation units to a new location within Hillingdon Hospital, the Hillingdon Hospitals Charity has identified a plot of land to be developed into a dedicated rehabilitation garden to support patients from rehabilitation wards during their recovery.

In partnership with Chelsea Flower Show gold medalist Tom Stuart-Smith, who has created gardens for the Royal Household at Windsor Castle, the Hillingdon Hospitals Charity aims to raise enough money to carry out landscaping on the plot of land to develop a peaceful space where patients and their families can spend time away from the wards in a natural environment. Plans for the garden include making the space fully wheelchair-accessible, planting raised beds with a variety of plants and flowers and installing seating areas throughout.

To help raise the funds needed for the garden, Canon is running an online silent photography auction between 19th-30th June. During the auction, participants will be able to bid on a wide range of stunning photography taken by students participating in the Canon Global Academy, Canon employees, and award-winning photographer and Canon Ambassador Clive Booth. To view the photography and take part in the auction, please visit: https://www.canon.co.uk/silent-auction-hillingdon-hospital/.

Canon has partnered with Hillingdon Hospital for the last four years as part of its ongoing commitment to making a positive change to society, guided by its corporate philosophy of Kyosei, which means living and working together for the common good.

For more details on the plan to create a new rehabilitation garden at Hillingdon Hospital, please visit: https://thh.nhs.uk/news-events/top-designer-plots-rehab-garden-at-hillingdon-hospital-746/

Press Release Source: Canon Europe

16 June 2023

Canon PowerShot V10 Camera Launched in Hong Kong

Canon Officially Launches the New Concept Pocket-sized VLOG Camera PowerShot V10

Canon PowerShot V10 Camera Launched in Hong Kong

HONG KONG, 16 June 2023 — Canon Hongkong today announces the PowerShot V10, the new concept and multi-use camera, will be officially launched tomorrow (17 June 2023). The PowerShot V10 caters one-hand selfie operation which is designed for smartphone natives, with lightweight and compact vertical body design. With its slim, ergonomic form factor and seamless, high-quality footage, the PowerShot V10 marries Canon’s imaging technologies with pocketable design. Its new multi-use camera best fits social media lovers and next generation content creator for anything from selfie video, vertical shooting, live streaming or using as a webcam. Silver and black editions are available. With the PowerShot V10, think big and be the storyteller, and record the best chapter of your life.

Create high quality content in the palm of your hand
The PowerShot V10 offers 1.0-inch back-side illuminated CMOS sensor[1], 19mm f/2.8 wide angle lens[2], and provides high quality 4K 25p/30p and FHD 50p/60p H.264 MP4 video shooting and still photo shooting[3], which could deliver high image quality for content creation. Weighting just 211g and compacting vertical body design with front mounted Start/Stop button for easy one-hand selfie operation. The PowerShot V10 fits neatly into your pocket and turns every important moment into high quality content. Equipped with a 2.0-inch LCD touchscreen which you can flip to the front, it perfectly fits for self - vlogging wherever and whenever you want it.

Easy capture the best side of you
PowerShot V10’s tracking AF (autofocus) feature will detect and lock onto a person’s face, keeping you in sharp focus throughout every video you record. With various shooting modes that include auto and manual exposure, movie digital IS (Image Stabilisation) mode, newly added 14 included colour filter effects, Movie Auto ND Filter (ND 0.9) and Smooth Skin mode, the PowerShot V10 is equipped to help you achieve your ideal results regardless of your skill level. Also with 14 kinds of aspect marker and recording emphasis, you can be ensured that important elements are always perfectly framed even when your video is to be edited for different sharing platforms. An integrated retractable stand (+/-30o adjustable) for fixed angle shooting without tripod, perfectly fits for cooking tutorials, foodie vlog, unboxing videos and other top hits video genres. The PowerShot V10 is perfectly made for social media users, who want to show the best side of your life, like yourself.

More features to make your vlog sounds incredible
The PowerShot V10 includes built-in Large-diameter (Φ5.8mm) omnidirectional stereo microphone with noise reduction feature[4] for high quality sound recording, designed for narration. A 3.5mm external microphone input is also provided. It provides you the option to create more high-quality sound content like foodporn at restaurants, Get Ready with me at home, daily vlog on street and even hot video like A…S…M…R…!

Keep connecting whenever
The PowerShot V10’s maximum continuous recording time extends to 1 hour. Whenever the PowerShot V10 is low on battery, all you need to do is charge the camera using a compatible USB Type-C cable with a wall power point or a compatible portable power bank if you are on the move. The PowerShot V10 is fully compatible with Canon Camera Connect app, so you can transfer your videos to a smartphone or tablet over Wi-Fi with ease. It also supports auto transfer of videos and photos to image.canon cloud service for instant backup and sharing. The PowerShot V10 supports Live Streaming with Canon Camera App[5] to YouTube, Facebook or platform supporting RTMP/RTMPS standard[6], it delivers high quality FHD 30p video for live streaming or online video meeting[7] via USB with UVC/UAC compatibility. Power is supplied to the camera during USB connection. So you can connect with your social media followers, no matter if you were chilling in the night pub, hanging out with your besties for a sunny afternoon tea or staying at home for a video-game night!

Additional Features of PowerShot V10:
  • Movie Digital IS and Movie Auto Level[8] are provided.
  • 1.5x/2.0x/3.0x Digital Zoom available during movie shooting.
  • Built-in 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low energy for Smartphone connections.
  • Compatible with microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC memory card.
  • Achieve Plastic Free Package material for the first time to minimize impact to the environment.

Suggested Retail Price
The new PowerShot V10 is now available. The suggested retail price is HK$3,680.

Canon Press Release: Canon Hong Kong

12 June 2023

Canon Learning Series | Creative Editing | Beginner: Basic Skills

 Canon Learning Series | Creative Editing  | Beginner: Basic Skills - Official Canon Video

Canon Learning Series | Creative Editing | Beginner: Basic skills
Creative editing is a crucial part of photography and mastering the right skills can not only help you to create your signature style but can also give you a headstart when looking for jobs in the creative industry. To help us master the skills of creative editing, our host, Tomi Adebayo, who you might know as @GadgetsBoy asked Rosie Hardy to guide you on this journey. Rosie is a photographer, who specialises in creative editing, making surreal, complex portraits. Chapter 1: Introduction In the first episode, Rosie takes us on a snow-themed photoshoot, where she’ll teach you how to get a great shot and show you a couple of editing tips. Chapter 2: Shooting for the edit To get the right shot for the perfect edit, choosing the right kit and settings is important. Rosie used the EOS R7, an APS-C camera and shot her content in Raw, that gives her more freedom and control, when it comes to editing. Canon EOS R7: https://canon.sm/3KgqPMt Chapter 3: Editing in DPP Rosie imports her photos into Canon Digital Photo Professional – our free editing software – which is great for converting Raw files for quick selection and basic edits. Canon Digital Photo Professional: https://canon.sm/3GoWpqr  Chapter 4: Layering the image Chapter 5: Summary Let’s look at what we’ve learned! Subscribe to the channel and set up your notifications, so you don’t miss the intermediate episode, where we venture into the world fashion. Watch all the available episodes here:    • Canon Learning Series The products featured in this episode:
Canon EOS R7: https://canon.sm/3KgqPMt
Canon RF 50mm F1.8 STM: https://canon.sm/3nS1Vv9
Canon Digital Photo Professional: https://canon.sm/3GoWpqr This episode was shot on: Canon EOS C70: https://canon.sm/40MJxCl

Canon Europe YouTube Channel 

09 June 2023

Canon Finalists at the Global Good Awards 2023

Canon Europe announces finalists for the Canon Young Champion of the Year and YPP Partner of the Year categories at the Global Good Awards 2023

London, UK, 9th June 2023 – Canon, in partnership with the Global Good Awards, has announced ten finalists for this year’s Canon Young Champion of the Year Award category, as well as the finalists for the new Canon Young People Programme (YPP) Partner of the Year Award.

Canon Finalists at the Global Good Awards 2023
(L-R) Canon team and judges for the Canon award categories, Georgina Stevens Author, Katie Grace WaterAid, Steve Kenzie UK Director of United Nations Global Compact, Louise O’Driscoll Canon EMEA, Hassan Raja Canon Young People programme alumni, Karen Sutton Founder of the Global Good Awards, Laura El-Tantawy Canon Ambassador, Artist and Activist Ally Zlatar joined virtually (not in the image)

The Global Good Awards has today announced this year’s finalists for the Canon Young Champion of the Year Award. The awards recognises young leaders who are driving positive change across any area of sustainability and use their examples to encourage others to take action.

Now in its fourth year, the category is sponsored by and encourages young people from around the world are invited to share their story of making positive change in the world. The category was originally inspired by Canon EMEA’s Young People Programme, which gives young people the knowledge, skills and confidence to tackle sustainability issues that matter to them using creativity and critical thinking.

A total of 10 finalists have been shortlisted, following judging by a panel including art activist and Dianna Award winner, Ally Zlatar, Sustainability advisor and author of Be the Change Books, Georgina Stevens, WaterAid’s Head of Corporate Partnerships, Katie Grace, and photographer and Canon Ambassador, Laura El-Tantawy. The winners of the under 16s and under 21s categories are both set to be announced in a virtual awards ceremony on 12th July:

Under 16s category

• Raheen Fatima – Activist

Raheen is a 15-year-old trailblazer, inspiring activist and podcaster who has educated over 5,000 young minds through her theatre plays on child abuse and gender equality. To achieve this, she has conducted over 500 online and in-person sessions on topics including climate change, education, and peace, helping people from more than 20 countries.

• Gauri Gupta – Art ki paathshala

Gauri is an activist who has worked to build a community of young girls worldwide who aspire to be future changemakers. So far, she has taught free virtual computer programming lessons and leadership classes to 500+ students and successfully organized and led a girls-only coding contest on the Sustainable Development Goals for 80+ middle school girls from 10 states and 3 countries.

• Ethan David Hill – Heart Bags4Blessings

After noticing an unhoused man when he was 6 years old, Ethan used his money to purchase supplies for him. Since then, he has helped to create the first of its kind ‘Ethan’s Heart Free Mobile Store and Educational Unit’, which is a fully customised trailer that serves as a mobile store where individuals shop free of charge for the supplies that they need.

• Madiha Javed and Sarah Javed – Book-o-phile Library

Madiha and Sarah helped to set up Book-o-phile, a free library project that aims to provide access to books and other reading material to individuals who may not have access to traditional libraries. This project involves buildings small libraries typically in public spaces, that are stocked with books donated by the community members.

• Kushal Khemani – Redefining Education for Teachers

Kushal is a trainer at a teacher’s training institute, STEM academy instructor and a research intern at a sustainable development organisation who has helped to not only teach students himself, but also enable teachers to educate 1,000s of students online through innovative new ideas in the education sector.

Under 21s category

• Ahamisi Godsfavour – I Go Vote – Redeeming Africa’s Democracy

Ahamisi helped to set up and run Igovote, a mobile application designed to revolutionise the electoral process in Nigeria by helping citizens to access critical information about candidates, monitor elections, report electoral malpractices, and provide real-time feedback to electoral officials.

• Victórya Leal Atlmayer Silva – Thinking Beyond and Game-changing with Circular Economy

Victórya has developed a number of different projects to help advance the circular economy in Brazil and the wider Global South, including an app that connects thrift stores to consumers, a mathematical equation to help understand the behaviour of young Brazilians in the circular economy, and an educational board and mobile app game.

• Jodie Bailey-Ho – Teach the Teacher

Jodie is a coordinator for Teach the Teacher, a global, student-led campaign to embed effective, informative, and well-integrated climate education into schools. She has helped to provide training, resources and support for young people, empowering them to deliver climate education training to their own teachers.

• Manyasiri (Pear) Chotbunwong – HER (Health. Equity. Respect.)

Manyasiri is the founder of HER (Health. Equity. Respect.), a feminine health non-profit organisation providing period products, education, healthcare, and employment to underserved women. To date, they have distributed over 10,000 reusable and FDA-approved sugarcane fibre pads to women in five countries, supported by partnerships with 30+ schools and NGOs.

• Olivia Mandle Navarro - #Noespaisparadelfines

Olivia is an animal rights activist, environmental warrior and leading youth voice on environmental issues in Spain. Her current campaign, #noespaisparadelfines, has gathered more than 155,000 signatures calling for the Spanish government to close all of the dolphinariums in Spain and the end to cetaceans in captivity.

Judge, photographer and Canon Ambassador Laura El-Tantawy said, “Judging the global good awards provided great insight into the pulse of the future generation — their drive, ambition and dreams for a better and healthier planet and self. It’s an incredibly positive outlook into what is to come. The future is bright with young people like that in our world.”

Runners up will receive a Canon EOS 4000D camera and kit lens to help them to their efforts and achievements through visual storytelling, as well as a certificate, while the winners will each receive a Canon EOS 250D, kit lens and 50mm lens.

Last year’s winners included Netra Venkatesh and Nabilah Chowdhury, who were recognised for their work in supporting their local communities across education, equality and wildlife conservation.

For the first time, Canon has also sponsored a new education category at the Global Good Awards called the YPP Partner of the Year Award. The category is designed to recognise organisations that have played a major role in supporting Canon’s Young People Programme, which to date has helped more than 6,750 young people across EMEA to make their voices heard on sustainability issues.

Following a review of entries by a panel of judges including Steve Kenzie, Executive Director UN Global Compact Network UK, and Hassan Raja, former Canon Young People Programme participant and now Digital Comms Officer for the Mayor of London, five finalists have been announced for the award:

Lens on Life DRC

Lens on Life partnered with Canon Central & North Africa in 2021 and 2022 to run photography and education workshops for young people in the DRC. Alumni from the programme now have access to paid field-based internships through Lens on Life’s partner Eastern Congo Initiative to kick-start their photography careers.

Ilmastonmuutos lukioihin - Oulu Climate Change in Secondary Schools

In 2022, photographer Harri Tarvainen and the Ilmastonmuutos lukioihin project worked with Canon Finland to organise photography courses for young people in the Oulu area, with a focus on climate change. The courses were hold in two different schools with almost 40 participants. After the course, each participant selected portrait of herself and best photo to participate local exhibitions.

Ça Bouge GRAVE 93

Social impact organisation Ça Bouge GRAVE 93 partnered with Canon France and photographer Axelle de Russé to run a series of workshops dedicated to creating an exhibition showcasing equality between men and women. The young participants created stunning photographic works that were showcased publicly in Saint-Ouen, France.

Manos Unidas

Education charity Manos Unidas, in collaboration with Canon Ambassador Jaime de Diego and Canon Spain, ran three face-to-face workshops and several online sessions for student in eight different regions of Spain. A total of 158 participants learned about the SDGs, resulting in 29 different photographic stories covering a range of sustainability topics including gender equality, climate action and responsible consumption.

Everyday Refugees Jordan

With support from Canon Middle East, the Everyday Refugees Foundation ran a programme where 15 Jordanians and 15 refugee students took part in a six-week course on the SDGs and visual storytelling. The students were able to learn from one another, and the refugee students left their camp to explore SDG topics in a new environment to help advance their education.

The Canon category winners will be showcased alongside other GGA award winners at the virtual awards ceremony on 12th July and will be included in a GGA Winners’ event on 12th October, which will bring the 2023 finalists together from all backgrounds to discuss how we make positive change.

For full details regarding the finalists and the Global Good Awards, please visit: https://globalgoodawards.co.uk/2023-gga-finalists/

The Global Good Awards are already accepting interest for the 2024 awards, and you can register your interest here: https://globalgoodawards.co.uk/rewarding-young-people/

Canon Press Release Source: Canon Europe

07 June 2023

On Set with Rubidium Wu and the Canon EOS R5 C

 On Set with Rubidium Wu and the Canon EOS R5 C - Official Canon Video

Canon EOS R5 C
Watch as filmmaker Rubidium Wu shares why the Canon EOS R5 C is one of the most ideal cameras for content creation. The Canon EOS R5 C is a full-frame camera that expertly combines video formats and features from the Canon Cinema EOS lineup with the distinguished still-imaging capabilities of the EOS R system. This hybrid camera unlocks a whole new dimension for filmmakers as it puts freedom and control in the hands of the storyteller. Learn more about the Canon EOS R5 C: https://canon.us/3WScJH6
Connect with Rubidium Wu: https://canon.us/3oXkZJc

Canon USA YouTube Channel

05 June 2023

Tsuzuri Project donates Folding Screens as displayed at Tokyo National Museum

Tsuzuri Project donates high-resolution facsimile of 17th-century folding screens to the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage, facsimile to be displayed at the Tokyo National Museum

Tsuzuri Project donates Folding Screens as displayed at Tokyo National Museum
High-resolution facsimile of "Amusements at the Dry Riverbed, Shijô"
Photograph © 2023 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Reproduced with permission.

TOKYO, June 5, 2023—Canon Inc. announced today that the Tsuzuri Project (officially, the Cultural Heritage Inheritance Project), a joint project organized by the Kyoto Culture Association (NPO) and Canon, donated a high-resolution facsimile of "Amusements at the Dry Riverbed, Shijô"—the original of which resides in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston—as part of the project's Stage 15. The facsimile was donated to the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage and will be displayed at the Tokyo National Museum from Tuesday, June 6 to Sunday, August 27.

"Amusements at the Dry Riverbed, Shijô" depicts in exquisite detail the bustling pleasure district of Kyoto during the Edo period (17th century). Gold is lavishly used to decorate the scene through the use of gold paint1 to depict the ground, and gold sand2 to depict clouds. With the original "Amusements at the Dry Riverbed, Shijô" held in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, there have been very few opportunities thus far to admire the work in Japan.

Canon's EOS R5 full-frame mirrorless camera was used in the creation of the high-resolution facsimile. The camera was used to capture images of the original work, after which Canon applied its proprietary color matching system and image processing. The facsimile was then output using large-format inkjet printers with 12-color pigment ink. Finally, expert Kyoto craftsmen applied gold to the facsimile and mounted it on folding screen frames, completing an extremely accurate reproduction of the original work.

With the donation of this high-resolution facsimile to the National Institutes for Cultural Heritage, it can be put on display for the general public, creating opportunities to view and admire this priceless work of Japanese culture.

The donated high-resolution facsimile will be on display at the Tokyo National Museum hands-on space in the Japanese Gallery (Honkan) Room T3, during the "The Door to Japanese Art" event to be held from Tuesday, June 6 to Sunday August 27. While many original cultural assets must be kept behind glass cases, this facsimile will be openly displayed, allowing visitors to admire the work up close.

1 Gold paint (JPN: kindei) is a type of paint made from powdered pure or nearly pure gold mixed with an adhesive called nikawa.
2 Gold sand (JPN: sunago) is a Japanese art technique in which powdered gold or silver leaf is used to decorate a scene.

Event details: The Door to Japanese Art

The above information is subject to change. For up-to-date information, please refer to the Tokyo National Museum website: https://www.tnm.jp

About the Tsuzuri Project

The Tsuzuri Project is a joint social contribution initiative organized by the Kyoto Culture Association (NPO) and Canon. Many of Japan's precious ancient cultural assets have limited viewing opportunities, often because they have been moved overseas or are preserved in storage as designated national treasures. Combining Canon's technical expertise in imaging, processing and output with the master craftsmanship of traditional Kyoto artisans, the Project produces high-resolution facsimiles. High-resolution facsimiles are donated to related recipients such as shrines, temples, local governments and museums. These cultural assets are available for a variety of purposes including public display and tangible educational materials. Works from artists including Katsushika Hokusai, Tawaraya Sotatsu and Ogata Korin, have been selected since, with 57 facsimiles produced and donated to date.

For more information, please visit the official Tsuzuri Project website:

Canon Press Release Source: Global Canon

01 June 2023

Canon SPAD Sensor Journal Article receives Walter Kosonocky Award

Canon SPAD sensor journal article receives Walter Kosonocky Award from industry's leading academic technological organization

3.2 megapixel Canon SPAD sensor (prototype)
3.2 megapixel Canon SPAD sensor (prototype)

TOKYO, June 1, 2023—Canon Inc. announced today that a journal article published by the company was presented with the Walter Kosonocky Award1 on May 25by the International Image Sensor Society (IISS), a leading academic technological organization in the image sensor industry. The journal article was presented with the award in recognition of the significant contributions it has made to image sensor technology, and was chosen from among many such articles presented at academic conferences and published in journals around the world during the past two years, making this award a truly international honor.

The Walter Kosonocky Award-winning article by Canon was presented in 2021 at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) conference, the most prestigious international academic conference in the field of semiconductor devices. The journal article2 announced that Canon had completed the world's first3 3.2 megapixel SPAD sensor.

SPAD sensors employ a technology known as "photon counting4", in which light particles (photons) that enter each individual pixel are counted. When even a single photon enters a pixel, it is instantly amplified approximately 1 million times and output as an electrical signal. The signal readout of CMOS sensors, which measure the amount of light that reaches the pixel within a given time, inevitably contains noise that diminishes image quality. However, signal readout of SPAD sensors is free of noise as every single photon can be digitally counted. In addition, SPAD sensors can detect, with extremely high accuracy, the moment when photons reach the pixels, making possible accurate measurement of a subject's distance and speed. Leveraging these characteristics, SPAD sensors hold great potential for use in a wide variety of applications including autonomous driving, medical diagnostic imaging and scientific measurement.

Going forward, Canon will continue to contribute to the safety and security of society by leveraging the advantages of SPAD sensors, including high resolution that surpasses full HD, high sensitivity even with minimal ambient light, and fast response, in such Canon products as network cameras for security purposes.

1 Established in 1997 in honor of Walter Kosonocky, the inventor of the charge-coupled device (CCD), a component used in such devices as digital cameras.
2 Journal article title: 3.2 Megapixel 3D-Stacked Charge Focusing SPAD for Low-Light Imaging and Depth Sensing. Available at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9720605
3 Among SPAD sensors. Based on Canon research
4 For a detailed explanation of the differences between SPAD sensors and CMOS sensors, please visit Canon's technology website at: https://global.canon/en/technology/spad-sensor-2021.html

Canon Press Release: Global Canon

How To Photograph Fireworks - Advanced Night Photography

How To Photograph Fireworks - Advanced Night Photography (YouTube Video)

Canon Long Exposure | Night Photography | Fireworks Setup & Tips
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What is a Canon Camera? According to ChatGPT

Canon Cameras and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Chatbot - ChatGPT
What is a Canon Camera?  According to ChatGPT
Using ChatGPT as an Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbot to provide an answer to the basic question of 'What is a 'Canon Camera?' followed by the statement request 'Canon Cameras' - logged in as Vernon Chalmers (for the Canon Camera News 2023 website).

Question asked in ChatGPT: What is a 'Canon Camera?'

ChatGPT Answer / Response:
Canon is a well-known and respected brand in the field of photography, and a Canon camera refers to a digital camera manufactured by Canon Inc., a Japanese multinational corporation specializing in imaging and optical products. Canon cameras are highly regarded for their quality, performance, and versatility, and they are widely used by amateurs, enthusiasts, and professionals in various fields of photography.

Canon produces a wide range of cameras, catering to different skill levels and requirements. They offer compact cameras, mirrorless cameras, and digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras. Each type of camera has its own advantages and features.

Compact cameras from Canon are often portable and user-friendly, suitable for everyday photography or casual use. They are compact in size, have fixed lenses, and offer automatic shooting modes.

Canon's mirrorless cameras are designed to be smaller and lighter than DSLR cameras while maintaining high image quality. They feature interchangeable lenses and electronic viewfinders, offering advanced features and performance.

Canon DSLR cameras are known for their robustness, versatility, and professional-grade capabilities. They have an optical viewfinder and interchangeable lenses, providing advanced control over various settings, manual focus, and a wide range of shooting modes. DSLRs are popular among professional photographers and serious enthusiasts due to their superior image quality, extensive lens options, and advanced features.

Canon cameras are also known for their lens system, offering a vast selection of lenses compatible with their cameras, ranging from wide-angle to telephoto, macro to prime lenses. This lens ecosystem enables photographers to capture a wide range of subjects and achieve different creative effects.

Overall, Canon cameras are renowned for their image quality, reliable performance, and technological innovations, making them a popular choice among photographers of all levels of expertise.

Open IA ChatGPT VersionGPT-4


Statement Requested in ChatGPT: 'Canon Cameras'

ChatGPT Answer / Response:
Canon is a well-known and respected brand in the field of photography and imaging. They offer a wide range of cameras, catering to different levels of expertise and various photography needs. Here are some popular Canon camera series:
  1. EOS DSLR Cameras: Canon's EOS (Electro-Optical System) series includes a variety of DSLR cameras suitable for beginners, enthusiasts, and professionals. They offer different sensor sizes, resolutions, and features, such as advanced autofocus, image stabilization, and video capabilities.

  2. EOS R Mirrorless Cameras: Canon introduced the EOS R series as their line of full-frame mirrorless cameras. These cameras feature a compact design, electronic viewfinders, and a wide range of native RF lenses. They offer high-resolution sensors, advanced autofocus systems, and 4K video recording.

  3. PowerShot Compact Cameras: Canon's PowerShot series consists of compact cameras with fixed lenses. They are designed for casual photographers, travel, and everyday use. PowerShot cameras vary in terms of sensor size, zoom range, and features, including Wi-Fi connectivity and touchscreens.

  4. Cinema EOS Cameras: Canon also offers a line of professional cinema cameras designed for filmmakers and videographers. These cameras provide exceptional video quality, extensive manual controls, and compatibility with cinema lenses. They are widely used in the film and television industry.

  5. IXUS/ELPH Cameras: Canon's IXUS series, also known as ELPH in certain regions, includes ultra-compact cameras that are stylish and easy to use. They are typically designed for casual photography and come with features like slim bodies, built-in Wi-Fi, and touchscreens.
It's important to note that Canon regularly introduces new camera models and updates existing ones, so the specific options available may change over time. For the latest information, it's best to visit Canon's official website or consult with authorized Canon dealers.

Open IA ChatGPT VersionGPT-4

'Canon Camera' According to ChatGPT

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Canon Cinematic & Broadcast Solutions at Broadcast Asia 2023

Experience Canon's Latest Cinematic & Broadcast Solutions at Broadcast Asia 2023

Canon Cinematic & Broadcast Solutions at Broadcast Asia 2023

SINGAPORE, 1 June 2023 — Canon today announced that we will be showcasing our latest innovations at Broadcast Asia 2023, which will be held from 7 to 9 June 2023 at the Singapore Expo.

Canon's booth at the event will feature a wide range of our professional broadcast products including 4K cinematic cameras and camcorders, broadcast and cinematic lenses such as the new FLEX ZOOM LENS (the CN-E14-35mm T1.7 L S wide-angle zoom lens and the CN-E31.5-95mm T1.7 L S telephoto zoom lens announced in April 2023), reference displays, PTZ network cameras, network solutions, and the latest product firmware updates. For the first time in Asia1, the MS-500 will also be displayed as a reference exhibit at the Canon booth. MS-500 is the world's first2 ultra-high-sensitivity interchangeable-lens camera (ILC) equipped with a 1.0-inch Single Photon Avalanche Diode (SPAD) sensor featuring the world's highest3 pixel count of 3.2 megapixels4. There will also be interactive product displays, live demonstrations, and a team of experts to share more about our products and solutions.

Through Broadcast Asia 2023, we would like to showcase our cutting-edge technology and demonstrate our commitment to the broadcast and production industry. This event brings together production and rental houses, media companies, and motion film industry partners, all of whom will have the opportunity to experience Canon's latest products and solutions.

For more information about Canon's presence at Broadcast Asia 2023, visit our website or come by our booth (6D-301) during the event.

Canon Press Release: Canon Singapore

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