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Canon imageFORMULA P-215 Personal Document Scanner revealed

Canon imageFORMULA P-215 Personal Document Scanner revealed

For those of you that love to digitally scan paper products into your computers but don't have any use for a size larger than 8.5 x 11 inches, but do also want a separate module just for business cards, Canon's got just the product for you! This week Canon announced their imageFORMULA P-215 Personal Document Scanner made specifically for the image capture user on the go. This compact device adds to Canons already successful personal scanner line, one that also includes the just-as-cute P-150 Scan-tini.

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Canon EOS C300 Digital Cinema Camera revealed [Video demo]

Canon EOS C300 Digital Cinema Camera revealed [Video demo]

This week Canon has launched a camera that'll seek to be putting Red Scarlet and Arri Alexa in their place. It's the brand new Canon C300 cinema camera and it's been revealed at Hollywood's Paramount Studios where a crowd included journalists and the film industry elite - including no less than Martin Scorsese apparently. This fantastic looking camera has no less than an EF or PL mount (not both, different models,) 1080p video capture, two CF card slot, timecode, and HD-SDI output.

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Canon outs new Pixma Pro-1 printer for photographers

Canon outs new Pixma Pro-1 printer for photographers

Canon has announced a new printer that is designed to go along with its pro level DSLR cameras. The new printer is called the Pixma Pro-1 and is the first A3+ printer to use 12 separate inks. The high-end model has a design that was inspired by the EOS cameras and has the highest possible print quality in monochrome and color.

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Canon has produced 50M EOS-Series SLR cameras and 70M EF lenses

Canon has produced 50M EOS-Series SLR cameras and 70M EF lenses

Canon has announced a significant milestone in the production of the EOS camera series and EF lenses production cycle. Canon has now produced 50 million EOS-series SLR digital cameras and 70 million EL lenses to go with those digital cameras. Production of the EOS SLR cameras started in 1987. That would include some film cameras and some DSLR units as well looking at the dates.

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Canon EOS-1D X official: $6.8k 18MP DSLR due March 2012

Canon EOS-1D X official: $6.8k 18MP DSLR due March 2012

Canon has revealed its latest DSLR, the Canon EOS-1D X, an 18-megapixel camera packing dual DIGIC 5+ processors and Full HD video recording. Weatherproof and targeting professional photographers, the EOS-1D X replaces Canon's existing EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS-1D Mark IV DSLRs, adding 61-Point High Density Reticular AF, 14-bit A/D data conversion and 12fps continuous shooting at full resolution (in JPEG mode).

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Canon and Invader Zim bring Occupy Wallstreet protests to the public eye

Canon and Invader Zim bring Occupy Wallstreet protests to the public eye

When it comes to protests, there's always one thing that'll keep you (and your mob) from succeeding in making the United States aware of your cause - protesting the news corporations. Over the past two (or so) weeks, there've been protesters in the streets of New York City in areas on and around Wall Street, this gathering named "Occupy Wallstreet" and called for all the way back in the July issue of Adbusters (an anti-consumerist magazine that I just so happen to have a copy of right here) and encouraged by the hackers at Anonymous soon afterword. These protests have been going on since the 17th of September, 2011, and continue to this day where one of the most important factors has come into play: branding.

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Canon DSLRs may get aperture adjustment rings

Canon DSLRs may get aperture adjustment rings

Canon may soon be offering aperture adjustment rings for its DSLR cameras. Adjusting apertures on modern day DSLRs has been relegated to electronic controls that make it difficult to get a smooth transition between aperture settings, which is especially important when it comes to recording videos. Thanks to a patent application from Canon, we now know that they've been working on addressing this issue.

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