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Canon Australia is calling on young content creators aged 16-24 years to sign up for its free 12-week Canon Red Straps youth mentoring program.
Canon Australia today reveals four new RF lenses and two RF extenders, bringing telephoto capabilities to Canon’s innovative RF line-up and extending portrait and macro photography creative possibilities for professionals and enthusiasts.
Canon Australia today launches the imagePROGRAF PRO-300, an A3+ printer with the quality features of the award winning imagePROGRAF PRO series – perfect for professional and aspiring photographers, small studios and photo labs.
Canon Australia is proud to announce its position as the first official Imaging Partner of Sydney Zoo.
Canon Oceania is today opening submissions for its 2020 Grants Program. In response to the natural disasters and pandemic that have impacted Australians this year, Canon is revamping its Grants Program with a new category and increased cash donations to support the most vulnerable causes across the country.
Canon Inc. has today announced further specifications of its highly anticipated EOS R5; the full frame interchangeable lens camera currently in development being built on Canon’s revolutionary EOS R System.
Canon Australia today affirms its commitment to the cinema and broadcast industry by providing two new innovative and versatile products that push creative boundaries and meet multiple production requirements.
Canon Australia today announces it has been awarded five prestigious accolades from the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA), highlighting Canon’s commitment to innovation across its DSLR, mirrorless and compact line- up.
Canon Inc. announced today that the company’s interchangeable-lens digital cameras (digital SLR and mirrorless cameras) have maintained the No. 1 share of the global market for 17 consecutive years from 2003 to 2019.