Check out the crazy CPS Depot Room that Canon has set up in Brazil for the 2016 Olympics! Along with a team of more than 70 CPS technicians, Canon has over 1,500 lenses available for loans to Canon photographers shooting in Rio. [Read more…]
Canon has been taken to task lately with regard to what is perceived as mediocre upgrades to products and overall connection with customers.
While the Canon 7D Mark II has the looks of a solid camera, the upgrade is considered insufficient by some with common complaints referencing not enough resolution for both still images and video. The lack of an affordable 4K camera anywhere in Canon’s product lines exacerbates the 7D Mark II criticism. Likewise, on the very low end, the Canon Rebel series has been stuck in a stale upgrade cycle for several generations now. [Read more…]
Canon has expanded its Canon Professional Services (CPS) program to the Cinema EOS line, along with existing Silver, Gold and Platinum membership levels. Additionally, Canon introduced an Enterprise CPS level for large entities that own large quantities of Canon gear. [Read more…]
Canon U.S.A. has announced that it will be launching a new Canon Professional Services (CPS) program beginning in the first quarter of 2009. The new CPS program requires existing members to reapply. There will be three levels of service available to qualifying photographers. The existing program required photographers to own at least 2 pro bodies and 3 L lenses. The CPS program is not accepting additional applications until the new program launches. [Read more…]