As we approach October, it's about time to start planning your Christmas shopping. Canon Singapore has just launched their latest compact digital cameras, inkjet and laser printers. Here are the highlights.
Canon recently held a hands-on session for three of their new products, namely the 8-15mm Fisheye, 300mm and 400mm lenses. And what better place to try them out than in the lively Singapore Zoo? Check out our brief encounter with these gadgets, complete with sample shots.
The PowerShot A3300 IS represents the high-end of Canon's budget series for the year, so how much does it bring to the table? Click through to find out how this handy camera for S$299 fared in our testing.
With a CMOS sensor packed into a 19.5mm thin body and the new HS system backing it up, how will the Canon IXUS 220 HS perform despite bringing nothing groundbreaking to the table? We find out how this newcomer fares against its predecessors.
The recent Canon EXPO 2011 in Shanghai saw the company from what it was, to what it is today, to what its executives hope it'll become in the future.
The Canon EOS 600D doesn't seem very different from the 550D. Or does it? 18-megapixel stills, 1080p (24 fps) video and a 3-inch vari-angle LCD are just a few of its long list of features. Tempted? Hit the jump to find out more and how it performs.
The four-in-one Canon PIXMA MX886 sports an all-new dual function panel, print speeds of up to 12.5 ipm (mono) and 9.3 ipm (color), and 802.11n Wi-Fi. But does it perform as well as it looks? Come on in to find out more.
Canon brought us back to school with the spring launch of their latest and greatest compact cameras, DSLR cameras and digital camcorders. Join us in session to learn what's new!
CP+ is the only large-scale camera and photo imaging trade show in the first half of the year. This year, it was held from February 9 to 12 in Yokohama, Japan. Canon Singapore took the opportunity to show us their latest products that would soon be available.
The double-digit-D series has traditionally been Canon's semi-pro DSLR range. That position came into question with the launch of the 7D; a new category in-between the 50D and the 5D Mark II. This probably explains the consumer-centric changes to the 60D as it succeeds the 50D, and begs the question whether it's a worthwhile upgrade. Read on for the answers.