Canon has invited Malaysians to ‘Shoot Big, Show Big’ in a event held to promote its new fleet of devices including its interchangeable-lens digital cameras (digital SLR and compact-system cameras).
The EOS 760D and EOS 750D are the first in Canon’s EOS entry lineup to offer the highest pixel count of 24.2 megapixels. Paired with the latest Canon DIGIC 6 image processor, users of these DSLRs will be able to produce images wand shoot High Dynamic Range (HDR) movies.
The Connect Station CS100 is a one-stop platform enabling the viewing and sharing of photographs and videos .
Users can also synchronise images and videos stored on their Connect Station with another by directly uploading content stored in the device onto Canon Image Gateway (CiG) over a wireless network.
The EOS 760D, EOS 750D as well as Connect Station CS100 are all equipped with Wi-Fi, which allows for wireless connections to networks, smart devices and printers. The near field communications (NFC) function on both cameras also enables easy pairing with other NFC-enabled devices, and facilitates files transfers with a tap.
The Connect Station CS100 can also be directly accessed through any web browser on mobile devices when both devices are connected to the same network, allowing users to view and download content immediately.
“Photography has always been as much a social activity as it is a means of immortalising a precious moment in time. While imaging technologies have evolved tremendously over the years, the act and art of capturing a memorable image still retains its marvellous ability to bring people together,” Wataru Nishioka, president & CEO Canon Marketing Malaysia said.