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With two days until Rugby World Cup 2019™ kicks off in Japan, as an official sponsor Canon is working behind the scenes to bring the event to life for fans, photographers, athletes and employees – whether on the ground in Japan or back home in Australia. Through a range of initiatives set to impact those on and off the field, the leading camera company is calling on all involved to “make the moment together”.
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Canon Australia announces today the launch of a new addition to the renowned Cinema EOS System of professional digital cinematography products with the introduction of the EOS C500 Mark II, which features a 5.9K full-frame sensor and a newly developed image-processing platform.
Canon Australia today announces another round of additions to the ground-breaking full-frame mirrorless EOS R System with the launch of a major firmware upgrade for existing EOS R and RP camera models and the highly anticipated RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS USM and RF 24-70MM f/2.8L IS USM lenses.
Canon Australia today announces the addition of two large sensor compact cameras to its PowerShot G series.
Canon Australia today announces the launch of the Canon EOS 200D Mark II.
Canon Australia today announces the launch of the Sumire Prime lens series – a range of seven fast T-stop cinema prime lenses, all with an interchangeable PL mount, which can be modified to an EF mount as required.
Canon Australia today announces the expansion of its industry-leading 4K broadcast series with the launch of two world-first zoom lenses for 4K broadcast cameras employing 2/3-inch sensors: the CJ18ex28B and CJ15ex8.5B.
Canon Australia today announces the latest additions to its professional XA-series with three new 4K UHD camcorders – the XA55, XA50 and XA40 – and the enthusiast level HFG50, responding to the growing market requirement for 4K UHD production.
Canon Australia today announces Kyōyū – Canon’s first-ever camera-sharing community – an innovative new way for Canon owners to make money from their gear and for people to access better equipment when they need it.