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Canon Acquires London-Based Printing Tech Startup Kite

By Canon Rumors | March 28, 2017

LONDON, UK, 28th March 2017 — Canon Europe, leader in imaging solutions, today announced that it has acquired Kite.ly, the London-based mobile ecommerce platform specialising in personalised print. Kite.ly adds an important new focus area into Canon’s digital services portfolio, enabling the company to offer a print ecosystem unrivalled in scope. This acquisition is in Read more…

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Interview With the Heads of the Canon Utsunomiya L Lens Factory

By Canon Rumors | March 20, 2017

During DPReview’s tour of the Utsunomiya L lens factory, they had the opportunity to interview the 3 men that oversee the facility. This factory produced every L lens, cinema lens and broadcast lens in the Canon lineup. From the interview: What percentage of L lenses are manufactured in the Utsunomiya lens plant? Because this is Read more…

DPReview Tours Canon’s Utsunomiya Factory, Where the L is Made

By Canon Rumors | March 20, 2017

DPReview had the priviledge of touring Canon’s Utsunomiya factory during their time at CP+ in Yokohama, Japan. From DPReview: Recently, following the CP+ 2017 show in Yokohama, we were granted the enormous honor of a guided tour through Canon’s Utsunomiya lens factory. Canon has been making lenses in Utsunomiya since 1977, and we were the first Read more…

Canon UK Launches New Merchandise Collection

By Canon Rumors | March 20, 2017

United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, 17th March 2017 – For the first time ever, Canon UK is launching a range of branded clothing and accessories. From vintage camera t-shirts to umbrellas and bibs, you can get fully kitted out this spring. A selection of the new merchandise has been designed to celebrate the 30th anniversary Read more…

CPS Removes Certain Lenses & Cameras from Serviceable List

By Canon Rumors | March 6, 2017

An email has gone out to CPS members in Europe letting them know of certain cameras, lenses and accessories have been removed from the CPS qualification list and that they are no longer serviceable. We expect to see this from other CPS programs around the globe. As a product reaches the end of its serviceable Read more…

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