Canon U.S.A., Inc. today introduced a new high-end digital photo camera, four new bubble jet photo printers and a new dye-sub photo printer.
The EOS D60 is a new pro-level digital camera that sports a 6.3 million pixel CMOS chip and improved auto-focus at lower light thresholds. It works with all EOS System lenses and accessories, and is compatible with both Mac and Windows PCs. The US$3,000 camera is expected to hit store shelves in April.
Canon also recently released new PowerShot A100, A30 and A40 digital cameras — point-and-shoot cameras aimed at the entry and mid-level digital camera markets. See our
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Canon introduced four new models of its Bubble Jet photo printers, too — the S520, S750, S900 and S9000. All of the new models sport 2400 x 1200 dot per inch resolution, and they can produce borderless 4 x 6 inch prints. All feature Canon’s ThinkTank system, which enable users to replace individual color ink tanks as necessary. They all feature USB interfaces and Mac compatibility. All the new printers are expected to debut this month with prices ranging from $150-$500.
The Canon Card Photo Printer CP-100 is a 300 dpi dye-sub printer that produces 4 x 6 inch, credit card size, card size label, and 8 mini label size print outs with a durable, clear protective overcoat. The printer can output directly from Canon PowerShot cameras. Canon also makes available separate battery, computer connection kit and car battery adapter products designed to work with the CP-100. Look for the CP-100 to hit stores this May for $250.