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Canon New Zealand, the nation’s most trusted digital camera brand , has today announced it is offering a new five-year standard manufacturer warranty for products in its Mirrorless, DSLR, Digital Video Camera and Lens product ranges.
Together with Canon Inc., Océ has announced that it is changing the trading name of its Océ businesses globally to Canon Production Printing, effective January 1, 2020.
New Zealand is a target for money launderers, and since 2013 we’ve had anti-money laundering laws in place that applied to banks, financial institutions and some trust and company service providers. These laws have since extended to lawyers, conveyancers, accountants and real estate agents, and as of 1st August 2019 have extended to cover dealers of high value goods and the New Zealand racing board.
With two days until Rugby World Cup 2019™ kicks off in Japan, as an official sponsor Canon is working behind the scenes to bring the event to life for fans, photographers, athletes and employees – whether on the ground in Japan or back home in Australia. Through a range of initiatives set to impact those on and off the field, the leading camera company is calling on all involved to “make the moment together”.
Australia voted Fitted for Work, Aussie Ark, Elonera Montessori Robotics and Food is Free as top picks across Community, Education and Environment categories
In partnership with the University of Otago, Canon is proud to sponsor the leaders of tomorrow in attending the highly sought-after experience at Hands-On at Otago.