Lake Success, N.Y. — Canon added a new compact photo printer, a pair of high-end lenses and new waterproof housings for its HD camcorders to its lineup this month.
Canon will ship a pair of tilt-shift lenses, the TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II ($2,199) and the TS-E 17mm f/4L ($2,499), in May.
The L-series lenses are geared for landscape and architectural photography, Canon said. Both will feature a new TS revolving system, which lets tilting and shifting lens movements be adjusted in parallel or at right angles
Canon's TS-E 17mm f/4L
to each other, the company said. The lenses incorporate aspherical and UD glass elements with a new SubWavelength structure coating to help minimize flare and ghosting, Canon said.
The Selphy CP780 printer will feature improved portrait image optimization technology and a faster engine, capable of producing a 4-inch by 6-inch dye-sub print in 47 seconds, the company said. It can accept images via card slots or USB and features a 2.5-inch LCD. It will work with an optional battery pack for printing on the road (the NB-CP2L, $79) and a Bluetooth adapter (BU-30, $49).
The Selphy CP780 will be sold in silver, blue and pink for $99.
Finally, Canon will outfit its Vixia HF20 and HF200 HD camcorders with a new waterproof housing accessory. The WP-VI casing allows the camcorders to dive to a depth of 130 feet. It is due in May for $599.