13 Feb 2020 — Canon Inc. announced today that the company is currently developing the EOS R5 full-frame mirrorless camera — containing CMOS sensor, image processing, optical and other state-of-the-art technologies the company has cultivated through its long history of camera development. What’s more, during 2020, Canon plans to release a total of 9 RF lenses currently in development. Through the addition of competitive cameras and lenses to its lineup, Canon will continue to strengthen the EOS R System.Read More
13 Feb 2020 — Canon Hongkong today announces the launch of new imaging products and service — a new DSLR camera EOS 850D suitable for entry-level users, ultra-compact full-frame standard zoom lens RF 24-105mm f/4-7.1 IS STM and compact mobile wireless photo printer SELPHY SQUARE QX10. In addition, a cloud image storage service “image.canon” will also be launched to bring a brand new cloud-based photography storage and transferring experience to all Canon camera users.
22 Jan 2020 — Canon Hongkong today announces the new binoculars 8x20 IS and 10x20 IS are available for sale. Offering magnification of 8x and 10x respectively, the new entry-level 8x20 IS and 10x20 IS binoculars are highly portable and incorporate the lens shift-type Image Stabilization (IS) system as found in EF Lenses to provide a stable and pro-longed high-magnification viewing and sharper images. The new binoculars also utilize Canon’s Super Spectra Coating to realize clear and bright images with high resolution, excellent color and contrast. Along with a shortened minimum focusing distance to 2m, a long eye relief of 13.5mm and a comfortable grip with new ergonomic design, these new and versatile binoculars are ideal choices for concerts or sports enthusiasts, travelers and nature observers.
08 Jan 2020 — Canon places top five in U.S. patent rankings for 34 years running and first among Japanese companies for 15 years running Canon Inc. ranked third for the number of U.S. patents awarded in 2019, becoming the only company in the world to have ranked in the top five for 34 years running, according to the latest ranking of preliminary patent results issued by IFI CLAIMS Patent Services. What's more, Canon once again ranked first among Japanese companies. Canon actively promotes the globalization of its business and places great value on obtaining patents overseas, carefully adhering to a patent-filing strategy that pursues patents in essential countries and regions while taking into consideration the business strategies and technology and product trends unique to each location. Among these, the United States, with its many high-tech companies and large market scale, represents a particularly important region in terms of business expansion and technology alliances.