London, UK, 15th June 2016 ― Canon Europe, world leader in imaging solutions, today announces that the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) has selected Canon network cameras as part of a new visual surveillance solution. The museum houses some of the most valuable collections in the art and design world, and needed a security solution that could effectively monitor the safety of both visitors and exhibits. 66 Canon cameras are already in use at the museum, including 14 VB-H630D and 52 VB-H730F, with plans to expand this number exponentially in the next few years as the project progresses.
TOKYO, June 2, 2016―Since April 14, multiple earthquakes have struck the Kyushu region of southern Japan, causing extensive destruction and loss of life. These earthquakes have also disrupted the operations of some companies that provide certain parts for Canon products, which could have an effect on the future availability of select Canon digital compact cameras in some markets.