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EOS 200D II (EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM)

EOS 200D II is Canon’s lightest DSLR with a Vari-angle Touch Screen LCD. Weighing only a little heavier than a bottle of water*, the camera slides right into your bag conveniently for that everyday photography. Packed into its petite body is Canon’s 24.1-megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor, DIGIC 8 processor and a bunch of features that would make snapping your everyday life seamlessly easier. First time incorporated into an EOS DLSR, Creative Assist and Smooth Skin feature would allow you to achieve desired effects on your photos and easily take picture perfect selfies. Stay connected to the camera with the Bluetooth Low Energy connection and send images to your mobile devices via Wi-Fi as you shoot for ease of sharing. The EOS 200D II is designed for comfort with its deep grip and ergonomically laid out function dials. With Black, Silver and White to choose from, it is sure to adds a statement to your lifestyle.
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Canon’s Sustainability Efforts Rewarded with Top 5% Gold Rating from France-based International Agency EcoVadis

Canon’s Sustainability Efforts Rewarded with Top 5% Gold Rating from France-based International Agency EcoVadis

06 Jul 2022 — Canon’s Sustainability Efforts Rewarded with Top 5% Gold Rating from France-based International Agency EcoVadis EcoVadis Gold rating logo Canon Inc. announced today that the company has been awarded the Gold rating for its sustainability efforts by France-based international environmental organization EcoVadis. The award places Canon within the top 5% of companies globally. EcoVadis assesses various criteria across the four themes of "Environment," "Labor & Human Rights," "Ethics " and "Sustainable Procurement." As worldwide scrutiny of corporate sustainability efforts increases, companies around the world now take into consideration the EcoVadis rating of potential clients and partners. The 2022 survey evaluated over 90,000 companies from 200 industries spanning 160 countries, with the Canon Group receiving especially high marks in the areas of "Environment" and "Sustainable Procurement." What’s more, this is the seventh year in which the Canon Group has received the Gold rating. Going forward, Canon will strive to help achieve a sustainable society through all of its corporate activities. Canon’s initiatives for sustainability Canon has been leading efforts to address environmental and social issues. Canon has been working to reduce CO2 emissions throughout the product lifecycle encompassing the supply chain with the aim of achieving net zero emissions by 2050. This improvement is attributable to our having undertaken various environmental activities that include developing smaller and lighter products, streamlining logistics operations engaging in energy-saving initiatives at production sites, developing products that are energy-saving during use, and recycling products. Moreover, Canon is committed to strengthening its initiatives to protect the dignity and rights of people and fulfilling its corporate social responsibility within the supply chain and honoring its RBA Code of Conduct 1 as a member of the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA), an industry coalition dedicated to ensuring socially responsible global supply chains. For more information, please refer to the Sustainability page of Canon’s global website, as well as the Canon Sustainability Report 2022: https://global.canon/en/csr/report/ [1] Establishes standards to ensure that working conditions and supply chains are safe, that workers are treated with respect and dignity, and that business operations are environmentally responsible and conducted ethically.

CMT held Canon Volunteer #30 activity- Go for Green  at Khun Dan Prakarn Chon Dam, Nakhon Nayok province

CMT held Canon Volunteer #30 activity- Go for Green at Khun Dan Prakarn Chon Dam, Nakhon Nayok province

28 Jun 2022 — CMT held Canon Volunteer #30 activity Go for Green at Khun Dan Prakarn Chon Dam, Nakhon Nayok province Canon Marketing (Thailand) Co., Ltd. recently organized Canon Volunteer#30 “Go for Green” at Khun Dan Prakarn Chon Dam, Nakhon Nayok province, in collaboration with the Royal Irrigation Department and Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation. 31 volunteer staff, plus 6 family members including kids, took a creative approach to boosting forests by planting 1,000 afzelia xylocarpa trees (locally known as Makha Mong, a shading tree with wide-ranging branches, providing a good wind barrier and protection from water-driven soil erosion), with use of slingshots to disperse the seeds, provided by the Royal Irrigation Department, to inaccessible empty space in the forest. In addition, all the volunteers released captive-bred Mekong giant catfish (the world’s largest freshwater fish, ranked as critically endangered species on the brink of extinction in the wild with significantly declining population over the past several years) into the reservoir. The activity ended with the volunteers planting 200 thorny bamboo trees at a local school on the outskirts of Khaoyai National Park to prevent wild elephants from roaming into the local communities. Due to the rising number of human-elephant conflicts, the Department of National Park has come up with a new idea of containing the wild elephants by growing thorny bamboo fences around the communities to bring human-elephant harmony back to Khao Yai National Park. Canon Marketing (Thailand) Co., Ltd. also donated a PowerShot SX70HS camera to Khao Yai National Park to support their forest surveys and patrols.