Monday market sees Tokyo stocks making modest gains, with U. S. technology shares rising and the surging euro fueling buying capabilities of exporters like TDK, Honda Motor, and Canon etc. Undoubtedly, with the end of trading on the day, the late profit-taking has pushed many well off their intraday highs.
In the 2010-2011 Imaging Awards from Camera magazine, three prestigious awards were bagged by Canon.
The DSLR categories of the awards were largely dominated by Canon's EOS cameras. While the EOS-1D Mark IV won the award in the "Professional Digital SLR" category; the EOS 7D was declared the winner in the "Enthusiast Digital SLR" category.
Canon is launching its newly designed 70-300 mm and the normal 8-15 mm fisheye zoom cameras. The cameras will have an L series lens, which be used for the first time.
The latest lenses will have new flourine covering on the front and back parts of the cameras, which will lessen smearing and cleaning of the lens and will be easier than before.
Canon U. S. A. has come up with a mind-blowing collection of printers, which includes two ImageClass laser printers, two new Pixma all-in-one models and a compact Selphy photo printer.
Every single model is Mac and PC-compatible.
The ImageClass MF8050Cn and MF8350Cdn are going for sale in September 2009 with tag prices of $499 and $699 correspondingly.
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