United Kingdom / Republic of Ireland, 27th July 2009: Canon today announced that it will host a two day showcase of its professional photo, video and printing products on the 27th and 28th October 2009 at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London. The event, Canon Pro Photo Solutions is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of Canon Consumer Imaging products ever staged in the UK. Entrance to the show will be free for all those registered in advance at www.canon.co.uk/ProPhotoSolutions.
The show is aimed at moving and still image professionals and will highlight how Canon can provide a complete "workflow solution" from image capture to output and how this technology can be used by professionals in their work to generate increased income. The show will be divided into four zones;
Input featuring DSLR, Digital Video and pro lenses
Output, featuring Canon professional print solutions
Business Support solutions, highlighting critical support products, communities and the essential tools for a profitable business.
In addition to Canon products, visitors will also have the opportunity to see live demonstrations of a professional workflow solution in an onsite studio, have their portfolio reviewed by experts, and attend thought-provoking seminars, including talks from renowned photographers such as Jeff Ascough, Lorenzo Agius, Annabel Williams and founder of the Frontline Club, Vaughan Smith.
Visitors will also be able to try and buy at the show from a wide range of companies who provide tailored products, services and solutions to professionals.
Lee Bonniface, Country Director Canon Consumer Imaging, UK and Ireland said "This is the first time Canon UK has ever staged such a showcase of all our professional products. Canon is committed to continuous development of photographic, software and print products to help professionals achieve the very best results they can. I am pleased to have this opportunity to engage with this extremely important group of consumers and I look forward to meeting many of them during the show".