High-Quality Output DevicesCapturing those perfect moments as a couple enters the union of marriage is essential, but the task doesn’t stop there, professionals must also deliver high-quality, color-crisp photo prints as well and Canon is there to assist. The Canon DreamLabo 5000 production inkjet printer helps photographers deliver a combination of outstanding image quality, detailed, crisp text quality, and productivity with its one pass, double-sided printing. Canon's FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) print-head technology helps make it possible to deliver high-speed printing of premium quality photos and supports a variety of value-added output capabilities. These capabilities include photo merchandise and high-end POD (Print on Demand) items, such as wedding albums, photo calendars, photo cards and single prints. The system realizes accurate color representation and provides an alternative to traditional silver halide processing technology. Attendees of the Canon Kickoff Party on Sunday will have the opportunity to have their photo taken with a Canon EOS 7D digital SLR camera. This complimentary photo will be printed and available for pickup at Canon’s DreamLabo booth. Also on display will be some of the imagePROGRAF and PIXMA PRO-series of printers. The 24-inch, 12-color imagePROGRAF iPF6450 large-format printer, and the 44-inch, 12-color imagePROGRAF iPF8400 large-format printer, are both equipped with LUCIA EX pigment ink set, an enhanced multi-sensor and advanced printing technology to help photographers achieve extraordinary quality and enhanced color range in their printed photography. As the flagship of the professional inkjet printer lineup, the PIXMA PRO-1 printer features a 12-color LUCIA Pigment ink system that expands the color gamut with improved saturation of colors and darker, deeper blacks . Further rounding out the family of PIXMA PRO-series models are the 10-ink system PIXMA PRO-10 printer and 8-ink system PIXMA PRO-100 printer models. Each is built with the quality of output and the design of the PIXMA PRO-1 printer in mind to help ensure what was captured through a camera lens is reproduced exactly as it was envisioned. Those looking for a full digital cinematography system will have the opportunity to examine the Canon Cinema EOS line of cameras and Cinema zoom and prime lenses. The Canon EOS C100 camera is designed to enable independent operation, and features a Super 35mm CMOS image sensor, DIGIC DV III Image Processor and AVCHD recording. For wedding and event videographers, the XF305 and the compact, highly portable XF105 professional camcorders will be on display as well. Both deliver Full HD video utilizing Canon-designed and developed native 1920 x 1080 CMOS image sensors, professional XLR microphone inputs, and Canon’s proprietary MPEG-2 4:2:2 50Mbps XF Codec to help achieve exceptional HD image quality and color detail. Wedding and portrait photographers as well as event videographers seeking a high-quality video projection solution that helps deliver a seamless, detailed high-resolution, high-brightness, color-accurate still or motion image display have many choices among Canon’s REALiS line of Multimedia LCOS Projectors. Utilizing Genuine Canon projection lenses and next-generation LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) projection-display technology enhanced by Canon’s proprietary AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) optical engine, REALiS projectors include full-featured portable and installation models in a variety of resolutions and brightness ratings.
For more information on Canon’s line of input to output devices, please visit booth #401 in the MGM Grand Conference Center during the WPPI 2013 Trade Show, March 7-14, in Las Vegas, or go to: www.usa.canon.com.
|Canon 2013 WPPI Speaker/Shooter Schedule|
|Monday, March 11 th||Tuesday, March 12 th||Wednesday, March 13 th|
|10:00 AM||Hanson Fong Live Shoot||Michele Celentano Live Shoot||Denis Reggie Lecture|
|10:45 AM||Bob Davis Visual/Multimedia Storytelling||Amina Moreau Photo to Cinema Video||Bruce Dorn The Moving Portrait Video|
|11:30 AM||Bruce Dorn The Moving Portrait Video||Bob Davis Lecture||Michele Celentano Live Shoot|
|12:15 PM||Michele Celentano Shoot||Ken Sklute Live Shoot||Joe Buissink Make Your Mind and Machine One Lecture|
|1:00 PM||Joe Buissink Make Your Mind and Machine One Lecture||Bruce Dorn The Moving Portrait Video||Amina Moreau Photo to Cinema Video|
|1:45 PM||Amina Moreau Photo to Cinema Video Presentation||Joe Buissink Make Your Mind and Machine One Lecture||Clay Blackmore Shoot|
|2:30 PM||Clay Blackmore Shoot||Hanson Fong Live Shoot||Monte Tribute|
|3:15 PM||Denis Reggie Lecture||Clay Blackmore Shoot|
|Subject to change without notice.|
|Canon-Sponsored WPPI Platform Lectures|
|Sunday, March 10th||Monday, March 11 th||Tuesday, March 12 th||Wednesday, March 13 th|
|Michele Celentano 3:00-4:30pm Family Portraits||Bruce Dorn 4:00-5:30pm HDSLR Filmmaking||Bob Davis 4:00-5:30pm Business Success||Patrick & Amina Moreau 8:00-10:00am Cinema Techniques|
|Canon Party 8:00-10:00pm MGM 3 rd floor||Ken Sklute 6:30-8:00pm Seeing the Unseen||Denis Reggie 3:00-4:30pm A Case for Wedding Authenticity|
|Subject to change without notice.|
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