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. [click to continue…]
At PhotoPlus 2013, Canon CPS was performing repairs and cleanings on DSLRs. Below are a couple of shots of CPS techs in action. [click to continue…]
Canon Europe sent out an invite for a CPS VIP event on October 18, a date which had previously been rumored as a announcement date for the Canon 1D Mark V or 1Ds Mark IV.
Rumored specs for the Canon pro camera are as follows: [click to continue…]
Canon has expanded CPS to cinematographers and filmmakers. The CPS expansion for filmmakers carries the same Silver, Gold and Platinum membership levels that apply to photographers.
More details below. [click to continue…]
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. [click to continue…]