We are already in the middle of our ever popular Canon Roadshow tour. We had a fantastic response
to our show in Durban last weekend – especially
the additional afternoon workshops. I hope you
can join us on our upcoming Johannesburg and
Cape Town legs; we’re doing our best to make it
well worth your time.
We are always surprised by our guest speakers
at these events, sometimes we have to remind
ourselves that they are photographers fi rst and
not necessarily public speakers. This makes it even
more impressive when you guys give them such a
warm welcome as well as showing your gratitude
to them in applause afterwards. I am very grateful
to all our guests for taking the time to share their
work and experiences with you. I have always
stated that the fi rm intention of our Roadshow
events is to inspire you to better photography –
and these guys make me want to go out and shoot
more. I can only hope they have the same impact
on you as well.
By the time you read this, we will have also
announced our brand new addition to
the EOS Cinema line-up. The new
C100 Mark II that will reach our
shores in the new year is an
exciting addition to the
range of cinema models
and will build on the already solid base that the
EOS C cameras have set up in the SA market.
The heritage we bring to these cameras is clear:
sensor and lens technology from EOS cameras
and recording and data transfer tech from our
pro video models. We are continually expanding
the shooting possibilities as we add more models
to this range and they are gaining a very good
reputation in the fi elds of documentary, wedding,
corporate and small movie industries.
On a final note, we were quite surprised to discover
that this is actually our 50th issue of Click magazine.
Just four short years after we first decided to do
something like this, I’m glad to see that so many
of you are still happy to receive it and contribute
towards it. Long may it last – I’m going to give
myself a little congratulatory pat on the back as I
look forward to the next 50 issues – no pressure!
until next time – keep “Click”ing away!