Canon Finds GVE Valuable for Reaching High-End Users

Business was brisk at the Canon booth on the opening day of Government Video Expo, with show attendees eager to inspect the new products being offered and to ask questions about specific lens and camera applications
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Chuck Westfall Business was brisk at the Canon booth on the opening day of Government Video Expo, with show attendees eager to inspect the new products being offered and to ask questions about specific lens and camera applications.

Charles “Chuck” Westfall, technical advisor at Canon U.S.A. Inc., was one of several Canon personnel busily fielding inquiries at the company’s booth, but took time out to offer his view of the show.

“Government Video Expo is always a good show for us, said Westfall. “We’ve been here for at least 12 or 13 years in a row and find that this is a very targeted audience for all of our high-end video product. We always make sure that we have a full coverage of products to show them—this time it’s everything from our DSLRs through the small chip camcorders and into the cinema EOS models with the large chips. We like to offer a full range of solutions for all of those in government and elsewhere who’re interested in high-end video.

Westfall noted that the new EOS C100 Mark II camera was creating a lot of attention at the show. “It’s a big draw for us,” he said. “It’s just now starting to come into the market this month and is generating a lot of interest with its autofocus capabilities and access to all of the lenses.”

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