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Canon PIXMA MP960

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Thursday 14th, September 2006

In any lineup, there can only be one flagship model. Canon's new PIXMA MP960 Photo All-In-One (AIO) is a premium device that provides all the features needed for an exceptional photo experience in the home. As the only seven-color photo all-in-one on the market using the ChromaLife100 system, discerning consumers can now produce long-lasting vivid photo lab quality prints. Because Canon's focuses on developing easy-to-use and elegantly designed products, the PIXMA MP960 Photo AIO also features the revolutionary Easy-Scroll Wheel user interface to complement the bright 3.5-inch high-definition TFT screen. For the photo enthusiast who wants the best equipment for a variety of uses, from reprinting photos to scanning slides and negatives.

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Canon PowerShot G7

Posted by: Mark Peters Thursday 14th, September 2006

Canonís PowerShot G7 digital camera, the new flagship of Canonís ever popular fleet of PowerShot digital cameras will be sailing into stores beginning in October, equipped with a boatload of Canonís newest technological achievements and user-friendly features and carrying an estimated selling price of $599.99. Designed to delight even the most die-hard photo enthusiast, the 10-megapixel PowerShot G7 digital camera continues the tradition of imaging excellence, innovation and ease of use that began when the PowerShot G1 was introduced a mere six years ago. Compact and comfortable to hold, handle and use, the PowerShot G7 digital camera is an aesthetic treat as well, harking back to the look and feel of classic Canon cameras.

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Canon Explorers of Light program

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Wednesday 30th, August 2006

Canon USA has once again assembled a group of the world's leading professional photographers to provide insight, inspiration and education to future generations of creative photographers. Known as the "Explorers of Light," this prestigious panel of 78 Canon photographers delivers seminars, workshops, gallery showings and photo presentations at a variety of professional association and amateur photo groups and colleges across the country as a means of fostering imaging excellence and nurturing the increasingly digital art's next wave. Representing specialties and styles that span the gamut of photographic expression within the imaging profession, Canon's Explorers of Light program welcomes 20 new members to their ranks.

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Canon Color imageRUNNER Printers

Posted by: Mark Peters Saturday 26th, August 2006

Helping to make color in the office a reality, Canon U.S.A, Inc., the nation's market share brand leader in black-and-white and color laser printer/copier solutionsi, today began shipping the Color imageRUNNER C5180 Series and expanded its line of full-color digital imageRUNNER multifunction solutions with the introduction of the Color imageRUNNER C4580, C4080, C3380, C2880 Series. The Color imageRUNNER C4580, C4080, C3380, C2880 Series joins the Canon Color imageRUNNER C5180 Series, which was introduced earlier this year, in Canon's family of powerful, yet affordable, color devices for large and small office environments.

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Canon LV-7575 XGA projector

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Saturday 26th, August 2006

Canon engineered its new LV-7575 multimedia LCD projector to "light up" almost any sized presentation venue, including concert facilities, college auditoriums and lecture halls, museums, indoor shopping centers, and fixed corporate installations. Enhancements in video capabilities, color processing, quiet operation, HDCP imaging, and optional network imaging make the LV-7575 projector an exceptionally "bright" performer. Boasting a Canon-best 5500 ANSI Lumens, the LV-7575 LCD projector features a standard 1.3X Canon Optics lens enhanced by four optional high quality interchangeable lenses including the Ultra Wide Angle, Wide Angle Zoom, Long Focus Zoom, and Ultra Long Focus Zoom.

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Canon leads digital camera market

Posted by: Mark Peters Friday 25th, August 2006

Canon is strengthening its leadership position as America's choice for digital cameras. In a recent IDC study, the Canon brand captured number one position for total digital camera shipments in the first half of 2006, with a market share of 21.0 percent (which is up from 20.2 percent in 1H05). "As the digital camera market matures, it is more important than ever for camera vendors to meet dealer requirements for timely product introductions, and properly address consumer desires with compelling designs and feature sets," said Christopher Chute, research manager for the worldwide digital imaging practice at IDC. "Canon continues to properly execute on these critical principles."

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Canon CanoScan LiDE 600F Scanner

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Friday 25th, August 2006

Canon announces the launch of a new LIDE scanner; the CanoScan LiDE 600F. Replacing the CanoScan LiDE 500F, the scanner offers increased resolution - the CanoScan LiDE 600F is the first CIS (Contact Image Sensor) scanner capable of scanning at 4800 dpi. The new LiDE scanner expresses the compact style of the LIDE design sensibility, and features a stand for vertical scanning. The stand is integrated in the CanoScan LiDE 600F, which boasts an advanced three-way design and offers Drop-in vertical scanning.

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Canon CanoScan LiDE 70 Scanner

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Friday 25th, August 2006

Canon announces the launch of a new LIDE scanner; the CanoScan LiDE 70F. Replacing the CanoScan LiDE 60, the scanner offers increased resolution. The CanoScan LiDE 70 features 2400 x 4800dpi resolution to capture a high level of photographic detail, and enhances the LIDE line-up so that it offers a complete choice of resolutions. The new LiDE scanner expresses the compact style of the LIDE design sensibility, and features a stand for vertical scanning.

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