How The Art of Photography Change by Canon?

Canon Inc. Kiyanon Kabushiki-gaisha is a japanese multinational corporation who specialized in manufacturing of imaging and optical products, including cameras, camcorders, photocopiers, steppers and computer printers. The Company headquarters are located in Ota, Tokyo.

In 1934 it produced the Kwanon, a prototype for the first ever 35 mm camera with a focal plane shutter based and the company was changed to Canon in 1947.

History Of Canon

1937 to 1970

The kwanon, a copy of the Leica Design, Japan first 35 mm focal plane-shutter camera, was produced in prototype form and in 1958 a filed zoom lens for television broadcasting is introduced. 1965 Canon introduces Canon Pellix, an SLR camera with a semi-transparent stationary mirror which enables taking pictures through the mirror. and in 1969 the company was changed to Canon. Inc.

Did Canon Mirrorless EOS Gives True Challenger?

Canon announce for Photokina Products, Canon EF 200-400 f/4L IS 1.4x. This lens was develop about 18months ago and hasn’t spoken much about it since. The Communication manager of Canon Mike Owen said they expect to have lens available before the end of 2012. although he wouldn’t commit to the date.

This is the new era of Canon lenses, give new taste and color to Photography I would not be surprised if  to see the Canon 200-400 L selling for $7,500 or %8,000. And with the annouced- at the same time Canon EF 500mm f/4 L USM Lens arriving with a $9,500 price tag. That’s too expensive stuff.



How Photokina did to Social Media


I use this query  to search “Canon Photokina” OR “Photokina” this data was from May 14 – Nov 12 2012 you can see twitter has 62,538 mentions got 63% all over Social Media.


This is a Graph from Blog mentions as you can see on September 17 have 1,216 mentions, that is the day when Canon announced about their Photokina 2012. Photokina only takes place once every two years, so there’s been much excitement and speculation around the camers, lenses, photo printers and other photographic tools and accessories announced at Photokina 2012 in Cologne.





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