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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.
Building on user feedback, Canon’s latest firmware update unlocks additional professional video capabilities for the EOS R5, EOS R6 and EOS-1D X Mark III
Integration with Hatch set to streamline Canon Australia’s efforts to support local retailers across Australia.
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.
Canon Australia today announces a collection of firmware updates designed to bring new features and improvements to several of its Cinema EOS cameras and lenses.
Canon Inc. announced today that this year marks the 50th anniversary of the release in 1971 of the FD55mm F1.2AL, the company’s first lens for interchangeable-lens SLR cameras that employs an aspherical lens element.
Canon Australia is taking precautionary steps to protect our community after becoming aware of an online printer set up scam targeting new printer customers.
Canon Australia today releases firmware updates for three of its EOS R System mirrorless and professional DSLR cameras in response to customer feedback.
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 18 consecutive years from 2003 to 2020.
Canon Australia today unveils a fresh line-up of 5-Colour Multifunction (MFP) and Single-function (SFP) large format printers.
Steve Waugh AO, proudly supported by Canon Australia, is today calling on Australians to join the battle to raise awareness of rare diseases and give a voice to the hundreds of thousands of children and their families suffering in silence, ahead of World Rare Disease Day, Sunday, 28th February 2021.