Recent Posts tagged with Canon

SVG Sit-Down: Canon’s Rich Eilers on Educating the Community Amid the Reopening of Venues

With sports making their return in the U.S., in-venue professionals are heading back to their respective control rooms. As the pandemic persists and changes by the day, the industry is in need of updated technologies and products to get the job done. SVG spoke with Rich Eilers, national account sales director, Canon, about the company’s […]  More

Canon Unveils New EOS R5 and R6 Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras

Canon U.S.A. has introduced the company’s next generation of full-frame mirrorless cameras – the EOS R5 and EOS R6. These new cameras are the result of many years of collecting and listening to feedback from Canon users. The EOS R5 is a camera designed for professional applications featuring a new 45-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and […]  More

NEP Adds Canon UHD-DIGISUPER 111 and 122 4K Field Box Zoom Lenses to Arsenal

NEP Group has added Canon’s UHD-DIGISUPER 111 and UHD-DIGISUPER 122 4K field box zoom lenses to their lineup of Canon broadcast equipment. NEP Group helps to produce and broadcast some of the largest and most-watched live sporting and entertainment events across the United States and the globe. The newly acquired Canon 4K field box zoom […]  More

Canon USA Supports TRIPOD at Drexel University’s TRIPOD at Writers Room Program

Fostering collaboration and connection between students and the local Philadelphia community, Canon Solutions America (a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A.) is proud to support Drexel University’s TRIPOD at Writers Room program and the publication of their newest collection, Anthology 6. Co- founded and supported by Canon Solutions America in 2017, this university-community literary arts […]  More

Canon Develops Crowd People Counter Software for Real-Time Analysis

Canon U.S.A. has introduced the Crowd People Counter, a video content analysis software that can quickly provide event management teams and law enforcement agencies the ability to gather crowd size data in real-time. The gathering and analysis of this data can help detect overcrowding and potentially prevent accidents at a variety of locations, including stadiums, […]  More

Canon EOS Webcam Utility Available for Mac OS; Turns Select PowerShot and ILC Cameras into Webcams

After tens of thousands of downloads and comments from Canon brand loyalists, the EOS Webcam Utility Beta software has expanded, and is now available for macOS users. Unveiled today by Canon U.S.A. for select EOS Interchangeable Lens Cameras (ILC) and PowerShot cameras, this beta version solution converts a compatible Canon camera into a webcam through […]  More

SVG On Demand: What’s New in Camera and Lenses From Canon, Fujifilm, Grass Valley, NEP, and Sony

Looking for the updates on the latest developments in camera and lens technology? You’re in luck, as leading broadcast vendors took the virtual stage recently to discuss their new offerings, new features, and how they can make a difference in a production. SVG’s Ken Kerschbaumer moderated a panel featuring Thomas Fletcher, Fujifilm, Director of Marketing; […]  More

Canon Develops System Integrator Program for New Business Opportunities

Canon U.S.A. has created the Canon System Integrator Program, a new initiative to establish strategic relationships between Canon and integration providers to facilitate and grow their business opportunities. The program is designed to provide System Integrator members exclusive resources to help better understand and utilize Canon products and technology and promote their brand through education, […]  More

Canon Transforms EOS Interchangeable Lens Cameras to High-Quality USB Webcams

As virtual meetings and gatherings become the new norm, customers don’t want to be caught in the dark with a low-quality webcam. Fortunately, a new solution – EOS Webcam Utility Beta software — was unveiled by Canon U.S.A. for select EOS Interchangeable Lens Cameras (ILC) and PowerShot cameras. To help bring users into the light, […]  More

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