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Canon USA donates to Wisconsin CART Team

By Richard | March 7, 2018

Looking through past news articles I see donations made to Chippewa Falls, Sawyer County and this article from Eau Claire County.   I would guess that Canon USA donates to all the CART (Child Abduction and Response Teams) in the USA, and never mentions it.  They just do it. While they don’t get top of the line Read more…

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PetalPixel: How CPS Saved the Day and My Photo Job

By Richard | March 6, 2018

It’s too easy to get caught up with the latest breathless release from various manufacturers, not to mention the ever present race to compare specification sheets.  In those times, we tend to forget the intangibles that make Canon great at doing what they do. This a great article from Dave Reid on how CPS went Read more…

Canon: Continued support of Yellowstone Forever

By Richard | March 5, 2018

Imaging company celebrated as “single largest funder of wildlife conservation and research” in Yellowstone National Park MELVILLE, N.Y., March 5, 2018 – In celebration of its robust corporate social responsibility program, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has been recognized with a 2018 Partnership Award from the Public Lands Alliance for the company’s Read more…

Canon makes moves into .. Lettuce Farming?

By Richard | March 4, 2018

I’m beginning to think that Canon Electronics does a lot of really cool things.  As you may have remembered, they are also partnered up for Japan’s private company launch facilities, rocket and satellite programs. Here, they are working with a company in Japan to help mass produce lettuce in factories. As the article from Nikkei Read more…

Canon Moves Quickly Into Robotics [CR4]

By Canon Rumors | March 2, 2018

While the EOS Rebel T7 and EOS Rebel T100 may not have lit the ethusiast world afire, Canon robotics just might. I spotted this guy while visiting customer service at Canon Canada today. The choice of using the EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS as the legs was a solid one to allow for adjustable height. After Read more…

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