I’m excited to go to Cyberzone of SM City North EDSA to see both the Canon ImageNation Caravan and attend some of the free photography seminars at the Canon Photoskwela this November 21-25, 2012.
At the Caravan event, I will try out the latest cameras from Canon especially the EOS M, the camera I have been waiting for, and the new successor another of my favorite G12 compacts, the G15. I would also like to try out the small but powerful S110.
There is also a free camera cleaning service for Canon cameras so bring your Canon cameras.
On the weekend, Nov. 24 & 25, there will be Photoskwela, a free photography seminar. This will be taught by Canon brand ambassadors and Canon Crusaders of Light including Ms. Sara Black who will be conducting the Portraiture and Lighting Techniques seminar.
I would like to attend all these seminars especially the EOS DSLR Video Techniques by Dondi Narciso since I’m now getting more interested in videography.
Please see the poster and visit the Canon Facebook Page for more info and updates for this event.
See you there!
UPDATE: Photos from the Canon ImageNation Caravan taken Nov. 21, 2012 12:30 pm
During my lunch break, I managed to go to SM City North EDSA which is near our office, for a quick peek.
Here are some of the photos of the arrangements made:
|Wide shoot of the Cyberzone Activity area showing the Photoskwela seminar setup|
|View from the top of the display area and the camera clinic|
|The display area where you can check out the latest Canon camera models|
|Display panels showcasing some photos done by Canon Crusaders of Light|
|Photowall and Lounge|
|Photo Klinika where you can get your Canon cameras cleaned free of charge|
|My friend Ed checking out the view from a far:
Canon 1Dx camera with 500mm f/4 L IS USM lens
|The new Canon S110|
|Me and my new favorite compact, the Canon G15: Love at first sight|
|Ed trying the Canon 5D Mark III|
Quick test shots from the Canon Powershot G15 to test low noise performance at ISO 3200.
|f 1.8, 1/80 secs, ISO 3200 at 28mm wide angle zoom position|
|f 2.8, 1/40 sec, ISO 3200 at 140mm max tele zoom position. I’m not sure if I have the image stabilzer on.|
My G12 is now in danger of obsolescence. Of course not, I still love my G12 but it looks like I will have a new mistress the G15 🙂 Watch out for the full review of the G15 soon.
It was a short quick visit and had to go back to the office.
Credits: Posters from Canon Philippines Facebook page.