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Due to the ongoing global shortage of semiconductor components, Canon is currently experiencing challenges in procuring specific electronic components that are used in the consumable products* for our multifunctional devices (MFD).
Canon Australia congratulates Janet Leslie, Manager – Sustainability, on being named as one of two Product Stewardship Champions as part of the Product Stewardship Centre of Excellence awards.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is an evolving global situation and has brought unprecedented challenges to our business, our customers, our employees and of course the wider community.
Canon Oceania is today announcing the winners of its 2021 Grants Program, recognising seven organisations across Australia and New Zealand that are paving the way towards a better future for their communities.
Sydneysider, Joel Pratley has won the National Portrait Gallery’s Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize (NPPP) 2021 with his colour photo of Forbes, NSW farmer, David Kalisch, titled Drought Story 2020.
Following Canon Inc.’s initial development announcement of the EOS R3 – its latest high-performance, high-speed professional mirrorless camera – more details have been revealed today confirming it marks a new era for sports, wildlife and news photographers.