Canon EoS 5D Mark IV Launch in Lagos

Canon EoS 5D Mark IV Launch in Lagos (Photos) – Celebrate Africa

At a Partner Dinner event held at the Renaissance Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos on the 3rd of May 2017, Canon in partnership with their Nigerian distributor, Jamaica Trading Company officially launched two hero products into the Nigerian market- the EOS 5D Mark IV camera and E-series of PIXMA printers – E474 and E414.

Canon invited its end-users to experience the newly launched products and Canon’s wide range of portfolio.

Also, Canon announced the winners of the ‘Celebrate Africa’ competition same night. The Campaign was originally activated in February 2017, through an online competition where

Canon encouraged people from the African continent to submit images captured by them under any of the three categories: People of Africa, Africa’s Citylife or Africa’s Landscape and Wildlife.

See all the exclusive pictures from the event.

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Robert D. Katz, Managing Director of EINSNERAMPER ACCOUNTANTS & ADVISORS posing in front his favorite selected images from the Celebrate Africa Competition.

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Mr Katz, clearly liked this photograph from Oussama Hamdi, one of Canon’s Celebrate Africa’s contestant from Algeria, which is your favorite?

Canon Eos 5D Mark IV Unveiling

Canon Unveiling

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Parag Kauangal, Product Manager Photo Videos, Canon Central & North Africa.
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Raul Gabat, Business Developer, CIG Marketing, Canon Middle East.

 

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Rashad Ghani, Product Manager, OPP
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Mr Rashad Ghani, during his presentation.
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L-R: Mr Raul Gabat, Business Developer, CIG Marketing, Canon Middle East, Parag Kauangal, Product Manager, Photo Video, CCNA, Roman Troethandl, MD CCNA, Koji Sato, B2C Sales Development & Marketing Director, CANON EUROPE.
Somesh Adukia – Regional Sales Director, Canon MIDDLE EAST and Rashad Ghani, Product Manager, OPP.
Canon Nigeria and CCNA Team
Canon Nigeria and CCNA Team

Conon Press Conference

 

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