Canon India Showcased Latest Innovations at Broadcast India Show 2017

Canon India Showcased Latest Innovations at Broadcast India Show 2017

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Canon showcased its varied range of products at the Broadcast India Show from 12th– 14thOctober 2017. Organized at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon – Mumbai, this show has become a coveted platform for the Television, Film and Infotainment industry in India.

The stall was inaugurated by Mr. Kazutada Kobayashi – President & CEO, Canon India. The attraction of the stall was the latest flagship main stream Cinema EOS camera C700 for motion picture industry and Cinema EOS C200, a revolutionary video camera with inbuilt 4K Raw and high frame rate capabilities. In the professional video cameras range it was XA 11, which is the newly launched model.

Commenting on Canon’s participation in the Broadcast Show, Mr. Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India, said, “Innovation and advancement have always been pivotal in our endeavor of empowering the world of imaging. Keeping customer delight as the focal point for all our innovations, we continuously engage with our customers through leading industry platforms, like Broadcast India Show. Having exhibited our prowess in the photography world over the years, we are now strengthening our footprint into the cinema business in the country. This year’s showcase will witness some of the best of our technology in the Cinema EOS and Professional Video cameras.”

Remarking on Canon India’s product showcase at Broadcast India Show 2017, Mr. Eddie Udagawa, Vice President, Consumer Imaging and Information Centre, Canon India, said, “Canon has been a world leader in providing imaging solutions. Platforms such as Broadcast India Show enable us to showcase a plethora of products. This year we are highlighting our flagship main stream Cinema EOS camera C700.  We are also highlighting Cinema EOS C200, a revolutionary video camera with inbuilt 4K Raw and high frame rate capabilities. The events like these give us an opportunity to reach out to businesses and eminent broadcasters at the exhibition”.

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