Founded in the 1930s in Japan, Canon is synonymous with cutting-edge photographic equipment. The corporation has expanded to become a global leader in personal and business solutions with office and audio-visual equipment, including printers, scanners, and a wide range of complementary accessories.
Canon is renowned for its high quality and innovation, with devices suitable for both consumer and professional use. Some of the most popular Canon photography offerings include the following:
PowerShot point-and-shoot cameras
Light and portable, these cameras use a fixed lens so there's no scrambling to find the right lens. Ideal for everyday use, they provide good depth of field, ensuring your shots look sharp and focused.
Canon DSLR cameras contain a light-reflecting mirror that ensures what you see in the viewfinder is exactly what you're photographing, in real time. As these cameras don't experience lag, they're a good choice for both amateur and more-advanced photographers who seek high-quality images.
Whereas cameras focus on still images, Canon camcorders capture video and movement. There are models to accommodate a range of users, whether you're using these devices to record video while on vacation, or capturing content for a professional project. The latter offers lenses and accessories that allow for different depths, widths, and image qualities.
There's an excellent selection of Canon surveillance equipment with a choice of digital IP and analog cameras to suit your security needs. IP cameras offer close- and far-range high-quality images that you can monitor remotely. Analog varieties are more budget friendly, and an ideal choice for limited or close-range monitoring.
Whether you'd like to reproduce your favorite smartphone shot on glossy paper, print out materials for an important work or school presentation, or create iron-on transfers for a t-shirt, you can find a variety of Canon printers and scanners to help with your project.
For home and office use, you can count on inkjet printers for multiple tasks. Inkjets print both documents and images, with photo printers offering the best quality for producing images at home. Wireless options connect via Wi-Fi to let you print without cords, while all-in-one models combine a scanner and frequently a fax machine to give you a versatile product that can meet a variety of needs.
Laser printers fit the bill for big, professional output jobs. Because they use powdered toner as opposed to ink, images don't bleed into the paper, resulting in crisper, clearer prints. Choose between monochrome and color laser printers based on your office's needs. Whichever you choose, you'll enjoy quick prints, whether you're printing a single document or a thousand.
Scanners are available in a range of sizes to suit all kinds of projects. Flatbed scanners may be freestanding or part of an all-in-one printer, and are capable of scanning documents and photos of all sizes. Document scanners feed automatically, with a capacity ranging from a few sheets to 500 or more, while personal or handheld scanners can travel with you to copy documents, receipts, and other paperwork.