Canon expands photographic possibilities with new printers, cameras

Canon expands photographic possibilities with new printers, cameras

By Juliet Umeh

Imaging Solutions Technology company, Canon Central and North Africa, CCNA, recently, introduced three new innovative products– the EOS R System, PIXMA TS9540 and the ZOEMINI.

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The new printers and the camera are poised to expand Canon’s imagery range in Nigeria and help customers manage productivity.

The company said: “The EOS R System is redefining the frontiers of photography and filmmaking. Over 30 years on from the original, era-defining EOS launch, the bold, new EOS R System once again expands photographic possibilities in countless ways. The new RF lens mount has been engineered with a blend of optical, mechanical and electronic design to capture unique moments previously seen as very challenging.

A pioneering lens mount built from the best of EOS legacy takes the EOS platform to new heights, incorporating the best from the existing system, with even greater levels of performance, lens design possibilities and creative flexibility.

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The Canon PIXMA, according to the company, is a compact all-in-one inkjet printer that is capable of A3 printing, with a comparable A4 printer footprint.

The ZOE MINI is Canon’s smallest and lightest Mini Photo Printer, the perfect accessory for those who enjoy snapping and sharing treasured moments with family and friends.

Senior Manager Sales & Marketing- B2C, Canon Central & North Africa, Mr. Amine Djouahra, said: “We are very proud to have officially launched and announced the availability of our EOS R System today here in Lagos, Nigeria.

This market plays a significant role in our growth plans and we hope that today’s local launch event will further cement our position as innovators in imaging technology.”

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