Canon has revealed details of the Canon Pro Photo Solutions Show, which runs in London on 26 and 27 October 2010 at the Business Design Centre in Islington.
Aimed at video, broadcast and still imaging professionals, visitors will experience Canon’s complete 'workflow solution' from image capture to output.
This year’s show has been designed to be the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of Canon’s professional imaging products. The show aims to educate and inspire visitors with demonstrations of how this technology and that of compatible products can be used by professionals in their workflow to generate increased revenue and business.
Last year’s inaugural show attracted over 2800 professionals, which Canon aims to beat this year with a strong line-up, with a range of seminars planned. Seminars are free and entrance is on a first come first served basis.
A HD zone will feature a live professional kitchen hosted by chef and food writer Alex Rushmer – one of the last three finalists in the BBC’s MasterChef 2010. Mark Moreve, Director of Photography will be running live demonstrations in the HD zone using Canon’s latest XF 305 professional camcorder and the EOS 5D Mark II.
The Live studio promises to be at the centre of the show, and Andy Kruczek, Gary Fong and David Newton will be running live shoots and demonstrations including on-camera flash, studio lighting and shooting in available light.
Exhibitors Hassleblad, OnOne, Apple, Wacom, Lee Filters, Professional Photographer Magazine, Páramo Directional Clothing, Rotolight, Nik Software, Manfrotto, Photo Pro Magazine, Roscolab, Shiraz Software, Newpro, Planet Video, Sennheiser, Hahnemuhle, Lux S Studio Décor, Lastolite, Creative Video Productions will be among the highlights of October's event.
Additional highlights include:
Individual zones for: EOS DLSR cameras, DPP software, EF Lenses and accessories, Professional Camcorders, Broadcast Lenses, Large Format Printing, PIXMA and SELPHY printers, PowerShot and IXUS HS cameras, LEGRIA camcorders, scanners, projectors, binoculars and calculators.
Canon Professional Services Zone; The CPS team will be on hand to give technical appraisals of images, open new CPS memberships, upgrade and downgrade firmware and run Canon diagnostics on shutter actuations. There will be a gallery of images printed on Canon large format printers, showcasing the phenomenal detail and resolution in a current campaign by photographer Clive Booth.
Informal seating areas will offer a place to log on, network and catch up.
The CPS team will also be running a programme of live demonstrations of Canon features including Wi-Fi, flash, and EOS Utility.
Lens Gallery; view the exhibition through Canon’s range of super telephoto lenses.
Canon broadcast lenses; demonstrations of a wide, telephoto and High Definition lenses.
Projector zone featuring Canon’s 3D offering.
Portfolio reviews from renowned professionals.
Entrance to the show will be free for all those who pre-register online, or £8 on the door during the show. Those who to get in free should register now at www.canon.co.uk/prophotosolutions.
The Business Design Centre is at 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH, close to the Angel tube station, and within 2 miles of both the City and the West End.
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