Canon Announces 3 New Wireless Printers

Canon PIXMA MG7520 Wireless Inkjet Photo AIO printer

Canon PIXMA MG7520 Wireless Inkjet Photo AIO printer

Canon has added three wireless printers to its PIXMA All-in-One inkjet printer line - the PIXMA MG7520, MG6620, and MG5620 printers. Each of the new models works will Canon’s Easy-PhotoPrint web app for cloud-connected printing. Additionally, the PIXMA Printing Solutions app allows users to print from popular social platforms and services like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Photobucket, Dropbox and Evernote.

The top-end MG7520 offers a 3.5″ LCD touchscreen and includes Active NFC, which allows users with compatible Android devices to print by touching the device to the printer. The MG6620 offers Passive NFC that allows similar functionality if the device is connected to the same network as the printer.

The PIXMA MG7520, MG6620, and MG5620 printers retail for $199.99, $149.99 and $99.99.

Canon EOS Refurbished Deals from Canon USA

Canon 7D

Canon USA has a special on refurbished Canon EOS cameras. Now through August 30, you can get select cameras for an additional 35% off. This includes a Canon 7D for $779.48 and a Canon Rebel T3 kit for $251.99, among several deals. Check them out here on Canon USA.

Additionally, The Canon EF 40mm f/2.8 STM lens is $143.99 through August 23. Other lenses may be added, so keep checking back here at Canon USA.

Watch This Stunning Timelapse of Scenes in Paris

Paul Richardson spent three weeks in Paris recently and tried to capture the city’s classic sights as well as the modern business side. While he captured some fantastic scenes, his editing really made this timelapse stand out.

He spent three weeks shooting, followed by 5 weeks of editing the images and footage for a grand total of about 400 hours on this project. That is 2.5 hours for every second of this video, which was entirely self-funded and shot purely out of his love for timelapse.

He shot the video using a Canon 6D, EF 17-40mm f/4 lens, 50mm f/1.8 lens and 70-200mm f/4 L lens. He used a homemade dolly coupled to an eMotimo TB3 for the motion control sequences.

I’m pretty sure that I said “holy crap” out loud at the 1:10-1:20 mark on my first time through. Solid work Paul.

You can find Paul here on his Facebook page.