Boasting convenient plug-and-play capabilities, Canon's P-215 scanner draws power from a single USB cable and has the ability to produce high-quality documents of up to 600dpi resolution in monochrome, grayscale, and full-color. However at 1kg, it is a tad on the heavy side. Will its functionality make up for its weight? Hit the link to find out.
Canon's latest cameras are unlike any it's ever released; the PowerShot N is a tiny Wi-Fi compact camera built around a tilting touch-screen and no shutter button, while the EOS 100D is quite possibly the world's smallest and lightest DSLR camera made to date. Hit the link and check them out (with video).
Canon kicks off the year with the launch of the PowerShot N, a unique palm-sized compact digital camera. This tiny 12.1 megapixel camera is built for flexibility and individuals who wants a pocket-friendly camera that gives them the freedom to be creative.
As Canon's most affordable full-frame camera, the EOS 6D might very well be somebody's first full-frame DSLR. With a 20.2MP sensor and built-in Wi-Fi plus GPS, the 6D looks attractive on paper but comes with a few trade-offs. Find out if those trade-offs are worth it.
The 1D X represents the pinnacle of Canon's DSLR camera technology, and it mostly doesn't disappoint. It succeeds not just one, but two previous high-end cameras, and ups the game with faster frame-rates, higher ISO settings and improved handling. But there's something about its auto-focus you need to know.
The EOS M is Canon's first mirrorless system camera, launched in a sea of competing mirrorless cameras. While the camera shines with the fit and finish of a world-class product from a world-class company, it lags behind in one critical element. We give you our assessment.
While the end of 2012 is approaching, Canon reveals that it's not done yet with the camera releases. In addition to unveiling its most affordable full-frame DSLR, the EOS 6D, there are also five new PowerShot cameras. Now, which camera should you ask Santa for this coming Christmas?
Earlier today, Canon Singapore refreshed its Pixma and Imageclass printer lineups with the introduction of 10 new models. Be it a professional A3+ photo printer, a color inkjet all-in-one photo printer, or a monochrome laser multifunction printer, there's something for everybody.
The Canon Legria HF M41 includes creative cinematic functions like Story Creator which has five predefined themes. Priced at S$1,449, its costs $300 more than the M400 camcorder from the same Canon Legria M series family. We set out to see if the M41 is worth its price tag.
The eye-popping 4K resolution is probably the next big thing to wow consumers after the arrival of Full-HD on displays and imaging devices. Here's a quick roundup of 4K cameras and displays we've spotted at BroadcastAsia to give you an idea of what's to come.