Fuji Xerox has set up office in Myanmar to expand its business in the developing nation.
The office in Yangon started operations on 1 April, 2013 and is headed by General Manager Yoshio Hanada.
It will provide support for the local dealer Concordia in Myanmar.
Fuji Xerox is aiming to supplant its competitor Canon as the market leader in Myanmar within three years.
Canon is having a contest on its Do More Work Less Facebook page – called “DMWL to the Rescue”. Participate from now till 10 April to stand a chance to win a Digital IXUS 140 and an imageCLASS MF4720w.
2,419 participants took part in the Singapore leg of the Canon PhotoMarathon Asia, at Marina Bay Sands Singapore last Saturday.
Looking at the winning photos, you get to appreciate how much photographic talent there is in Singapore.
Today is the last day of COMEX 2012 at Suntec Singapore.
If you’re looking for printers, here’s a compilation of promotions from the main printer makers (Epson, Canon, HP, Fuji Xerox, Brother).
Looking for bargains for a new camera at the COMEX 2012?
Instead of swimming through reams of irrelevant flyers, here is a compilation of promotional offers for digital cameras big and small, from various camera makers, including Olympus, Canon, Nikon, Sony and Samsung.
Canon is at COMEX 2012 at Suntec Singapore at Hall 404, Booth 8101.
Check out Canon’s Comex 2012 promotions for its range of cameras and printers. Look out for discounted ink cartridges, batteries and scanners too.
Here, you can download all of Canon’s COMEX 2012 flyers, or just whichever you’re interested in.
Canon has announced its first Wi-Fi-enabled compact photo printer. The SELPHY CP900 hits the shelves in Singapore on 30 August at S$199.
Available in pink, black and white.
The Android version of the free CanonSGLens app is now available on Google Play. Compatible with smartphones and tablets running Android 2.1 and up.
The Android app features detailed lens specifications of all 66 Canon EF and EF-S lenses sold in Singapore with a unique interactive simulator that allows users to compare the field of view of two camera-lens combinations.