Thursday, January 14, 2016

The Canon Philippines New Year Event at the Bonifacio High Street

The Canon Event was held at Single Origins, a third wave coffee shop in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) High Street.

It was held so that the company can re-connect with the press and for the company to showcase their new products.

The following cameras were on display:

- Canon Eos M3, the Company's entry to the mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera system

- Canon Eos M10, the stripped-down version of the M3 

- Canon Powershot G9x 

- Canon Powershot G5x, a retro-styled advanced compact and the one which got the most of my attention :)

- Canon Powershot G3x, an advanced fixed-lens camera with 25x zoom (yes, 25x zoom!!!)

Also on display was the Canon Pixma G3000 printer, a model that offers high volume printing using a low-cost, refillable ink cartridges.

Several speakers from Canon also highlighted, among the other things, their new product, Canon Cloud Computing.

Lim Kok Hin, President and CEO, Canon Marketing Philippines:

Pauline Estrada, Corporate Communications Officer:

Jojo Bolima, senior director for Business Imaging Solutions:

Vinchy Sanchez, director for Consumer Group Division:

Armi Liu, assistant director for Professional Print Production of Business Imaging Solutions division:

Roseann Co, Senior Supervisor, Corporate Communications:

Before the event wrapped up, business cards were drawn to determine the winners for a portable printer and a Canon Eos M10. Too bad I wasn't lucky enough to have my card drawn. :(

But all in all, it was a very nice event. I love the Canon brand and being with people from the company, and people who also have love for the brand, made me feel right at home.

The smell of freshly brewed coffee, plus the smell of gadgets, made for one interesting morning.

More photos from the event:

All photos shot with a Canon DSLR of course! :)

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