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Miniature Canon camera flash drives

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2011

Canon cameras have a distinct look, so you recognize them right away. But why are these so small? Wait, those aren’t cameras, they’re flash drives. Aren’t they adorable. Now Canon fans have some storage options just for them.

There are several miniature models from Canon’s line-up. There’s the 5D MkII DSLR, the IXUS P&S and even the LEGRA HD. These hold 4GB of data. Pretty cute and unique storage idea.

Canon Japan outs four new Printers

Posted in Printers by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2011

Canon has announced four new printers in Japan, the MX833, MX420, MP493 and iX6530. The Canon MX833 and MX420 support WiFi, Bluetooth, fax and a scanner. The Canon MX833 has a double sided scanner mode and a maximum resolution of 9600×2400 dpi, while the Canon MX420 features a maximum resolution of 4800×1200 dpi.

The Canon iX6530 is an A3 printer with scanner that features a resolution of 9600×2400 dpi, and the MP493 is a basic A4 printer with a scanner and a maximum resolution of 4800×1200 dpi.

Canon 300mm f/4 L lens turned into a mug

Posted in Canon by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

Remember those lens mugs from awhile back that look like real camera lenses? Those were pretty realistic, but if you want something even more authentic, then how about a mug that was created from a real $1,300 Canon 300mm f/4 L lens?

Obviously the lens isn’t in working condition anymore, but it holds your favorite beverage. The proceeds from this sale will go to Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal of Australia to help victims of the Australia flood. The lens/mug is going for $609 right now and could go higher.

The Caoon DSLR, MP3 player, speaker

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2010

Yesterday we showed you a cool Canon EOS 350D savings bank. Today we have another Camera based oddity. This DSLR-themed speaker and MP3 player cleverly dances around the copyright issue by calling itself ‘Caoon’ instead of Canon. Even though it’s a near perfect replica of one of the company’s DSLRs.

It won’t take pics, but will serve as an external speaker for any device connected to the 3.5mm audio port, or as an MP3 player loading content from an SD card or USB flash drive. The buttons to the left of the display are playback controls. It will cost you $82.99.

Canon DSLR coin bank

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2010

We’ve seen fake lenses that were actually thermos‘ before, so why not a Canon DSLR coin bank? It will make saving money fun again. And when you have enough saved up, you can buy the real camera. It will be a constant reminder of your goal.

The slot is small enough for both coins and folded paper currency. And don’t worry, you won’t need to smash this with a hammer to get your money out. The lens can be removed easily. Only $29.90.

Canon introduces PRea AT-100 Windows Mobile HandyTerminal

Posted in Canon by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2010

Aimed at professionals and available in two different versions with Windows Mobile 6.5.3 Professional (AT-100P) and Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 (AT-100), the PREa is Canon’s new HandyTerminal.

Both models have the same basic hardware with an OMAP3505 CPU @ 600MHz, 256MB of DDR-SDRAM and 256MB of Flash Disk, a microSD slot, a 3.5” QVGA screen, IrDA 1.2 SIR, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Wi-Fi ABG and a rugged body that can handle a 1.5m fall on hard concrete and it’s IP54 compliant, (Which means that it is protected against dust and against water sprayed from all directions).

Canon outs awesome 35x zoom SX30 IS

Posted in Cameras,Canon by Shane McGlaun on September 14th, 2010

Canon has announced a new point and shoot digital camera that has an awesome zoom range called the SX30 IS. The zoom range on the camera is 35x and it is the world’s first point and shoot with a 35x optical zoom lens with wide angle as well.

Naturally, with a zoom level that high the camera has optical image stabilization built-in. The camera is able to record 720p HD video and use that ensure zoom range to do it. That means you can get really close to the action from far away.

Canon outs world’s largest CMOS sensor

Posted in Canon by Shane McGlaun on August 31st, 2010

Canon has a bunch of cameras on the market that run the gamut from entry-level units up to high-end professional cameras. The company also designs and builds its own hardware like sensors and lenses for use on its cameras as well.

Today Canon has announced the world’s largest CMOs sensor with a size of 202 x 205mm. A sensor that large will surely be expensive considering that only one can be made from the typical 300mm silicon wafer. Canon says the sensor is 40 times larger than its next largest commercial CMOS sensor.

Canon unveils 60D DSLR camera

Posted in Canon by Shane McGlaun on August 26th, 2010

Canon has unveiled its latest DSLR camera called the EOS 60D. The new camera will replace the 50D in the Canon line and offers new features. The only change that isn’t so good is that the 60D uses a plastic body rather than the magnesium body of the 50D.

The EOS 60D has a 3-inch Live View LCD that articulates into several different angles for easy shooting. The camera also has integrated RAW processing and creative filters. The image sensor for the camera has 18MP resolution and uses a DIGIC 4 image processor.

Canon outs 7000 lumen bright projector for installations

Posted in Canon by Shane McGlaun on August 25th, 2010

There are so many uses for projectors in different settings that it is staggering. Many churches use projectors, businesses use them, schools use them, and folks use them at home too. Canon has unveiled a new projector that is big in brightness and price.

The projector is the LV-7590 and it is designed to be installed in a setting where a bright projector is needed. The 7590 has 7000 lumens of light and can project images in 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratio. The projector also has a number of optional lenses to customize it to the setting.

Canon whips out new CMOS sensor with 120MP resolution

Posted in Canon by Shane McGlaun on August 24th, 2010

When it comes to digital cameras, most of them have the same basic features and the biggest difference between models is often the resolution alone. When it comes to resolution the main thing higher resolution gets you is images that can be printed larger and still look good.

Canon has announced a new CMOS sensor for digital cameras that is the world’s highest resolution APS-H-size image sensor with 120MP. The new sensor measures in at a small 29.2 x 20.2mm. The typical image sensor of this size has only 16.1MP resolution.

Canon G12 digital camera leaks

Posted in Canon by Shane McGlaun on August 20th, 2010

Canon has been making its G series of digital cameras for a while now. These cameras are some of the more expensive point and shoot units you can buy and offer a lot of manual features. They are intended to sit in the gap between a normal digital camera and a DSLR.

A new camera from Canon called the G12 has leaked that should be getting official later this month according to rumors. What we know about it so far is that he camera has a 10MP CCD and a 5x optical zoon lens.

Canon launches SELPHY CP800 Compact Photo Printer

Posted in Canon by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2010

Canon isn’t all about cameras, they’ve also just released their latest compact photo printer, the SELPHY CP800. This one is the successor to the CP780. One interesting feature of the new printer is a shuffle function that randomly selects photos from the memory card and combines them into a single 4×6-inch image. You feeling lucky?

The CP800 features a new 2.5-inch tilting LCD display, an optional battery pack, and also a Bluetooth adapter to print wirelessly. The SELPHY CP800 plays nice with both Windows and Mac and will cost you $100 in black or white.

Canon PIXMA MG8120 and MG6120 Wireless Printers

Posted in Canon by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2010

Canon, well known for their cameras and printers has unsurprisingly introduced two new printers to the world. The new PIXMA MG8120 and PIXMA MG6120 Wireless Photo All-In-One printers feature the company’s new Intelligent Touch System with backlit touch-sensitive buttons and a new light guidance system that eliminates buttons when not in use.

They also boast capacitive touch technology to make navigation easier. The Full HD Movie Print feature lets users select and print individual frames from a video taken with some of Canon’s digital cameras.

Canon X Mark I Mouse is also a calculator

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on August 6th, 2010

If anything will get you to change your existing mouse, this will. Canon has just introduced the X Mark I Mouse, a wireless laser mouse that doubles as a fully functional calculator and a numeric keypad. Bluetooth 2.0 is responsible for the connections, and it has A 1,200dpi sensor.

It’s also compatible with both OS X and Windows platforms. Get ready to crunch some numbers while mousing in November when it launches. Just £39.99 / €48.99 .