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Canon EOS C700 GS PL Flagship Cinema Camera

Melville, NY—Canon USA announced the next step in the evolution of the Cinema EOS family of professional cinematography products with the addition of the...

DIR March 2017 Editor’s Note: Never Settle

We are proud to once again announce the winners of our Rudy Awards, named after our esteemed cofounder, Rudy Maschke. We also recognize those...

Battle of the Heavyweights: Nikon & Canon

The ongoing epic battle between Nikon and Canon for technological superiority, brand image and market share has been going on for so long—nearly 70...

Canon Debuts EOS M6 Mirrorless Camera

Melville, NY—Designed with the advanced enthusiast photographer in mind, the new mirrorless, interchangeable-lens EOS M6 features Canon’s 24.2MP APS-C CMOS image sensor. The sensor...

Canon Rollouts Rebel T7i & 77D DSLRs, Mirrorless M6

Melville, NY—Developed to meet the varying needs of entry-level and advanced amateur photographers, Canon USA introduced two additions to the EOS system.  The EOS...

Canon Deep Matte Media for DreamLabo 5000

Melville, NY—Continuing to expand its offerings to create business opportunities for customers, Canon USA, Inc., announced that a new deep matte single-sided media is...

CES 2017 Exceeded Expectations for Imaging Innovation

Once called the Consumer Electronics Show, and then the International Consumer Electronic Show, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has rebranded its annual technology show...

Heard on the CES 2017 Show Floor: Part II

During CES 2017, DIR writers covered the vast show floor, gathering feedback from show attendees. They spoke with everyone from photo specialty retailers to...

Strategy Session: Creating a New Perspective

We decided two years ago to publish a wrap-up issue for CES rather than produce a third daily. It was our thought that it’s...

Editor’s Notebook: January 6, 2017

January 6, 2016: The first thing that happened to me when I picked up my CES badge at the airport in Las Vegas was...