At Canon, our corporate philosophy is Kyosei – living and working together for the common good. Introduced in 1988, this philosophy clarifies Canon’s stance on partnerships formed with stakeholders in the region and defines how we, as an organisation, interact with our stakeholders, including the Traditional Custodians of the Land upon which we operate here in Australia.
Kyosei envisions the achievement of a sustainable society in which all people regardless of race, religion or culture, live harmoniously and respectfully to work together into the future. It is through alignment of the Kyosei philosophy with that of Reconciliation Australia that Canon Australia has decided to commit to a Reconciliation Action Plan.
To view the Reconciliation Action Plan, please click here.
SUNSTUDIOS, backed by Canon Australia, opens to the public its 12th annual This Time It’s Personal 2023 exhibition.
Canon announces the introduction of the Multi-Camera Control smartphone application for iOS devices.
Canon announces the launch of an exclusive limited edition merchandise range previously unreleased in the country.
Canon announces the launch of three new RF lenses and two power zoom adapters that offer a breadth of capabilities for content creators of all levels, broadening their creative possibilities.
Canon Australia today announces the launch of the RF 10-20mm f/4L IS STM, a new addition to the L-series range for photo and video professionals.
Canon is today launching its new imagePROGRAF TM series of A0+ and A1+ printers for producers of technical and promotional large format printing applications.
Canon Australia announces the CR-N100 indoor 4K pan-tilt-zoom camera – the sixth model in the PTZ line-up