Singapore to Hong Kong
Check in Hotel
Visit Canon Image2
Camera Gears Used:
Canon EOS 600D
Sigma 8mm F4 Fisheye
Canon EF-S 10-22mm F3.5-F4.5
Canon EF-S 17-55mm F2.8
LED Video Light
22.Mar.2013, A sunny Friday, after many preparations we are all ready to go.
|Mia waiting for her flight|
We were greeted by a Thai Air A380 when we alight our plane (an advantage when you are on budget airlines since they are park outside the terminal building)
After we unpack it was almost 4pm so we decided to have eat something light and visit our first location.
Canon Image2 is a large showroom with a full range of current camera models on testing, not only point and shoot models, but full range of DSLR and lenses as well. We already aware they have the big cannons like 800mm for testing, but was quite a surprise when I saw there 1DX as well.
The full range of Canon lenses are on display inside this rotating display and all available for testing on request.
Printing Service Corner, Canon Image2 offer printing services with their PIXMA printers, a chargeable service, but is sure a great way to print out your beautiful photos before you decide should Canon to take your cash.
There is also a special shoot area, which allows camera enthusiast to try out interesting ways to shoot with their cameras. Wonder will Canon have an annual theme in this zone?
Compare to Singapore Canon showroom. Canon's Hong Kong Image2 sure is a place worth to visit if you wish to take a closer looks at the lenses or camera you been drooling for a long time. The staffs there were also attentive and knowledgeable of their Canon products.
On our way to dinner bumped into the Fu-Ho Ice-cream van (富豪雪糕流動車), this is the only licensed mobile ice-cream company operates in Hong Kong. It's menu remain unchanged since it started its operation (except its price) but is definitely worth a try.
** Canon Image2 (information is correct as April 2013)
Address: 20/F, iSQUARE, 63 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Hotline: 3191 2333
Opening Hour: Monday – Sunday 11:00am – 7:00pm (Close on Public Holiday)
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