Posted September 01, 2018 11:13:49 This article was originally published on September 01 in Australian Financial Magazine.
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A lot of people think the Canon logo has become a symbol of pride in Australia, but it’s actually a very negative one.
In many countries it is a symbol that is used as a threat and it’s used to shame people into not being proud.
Canon has a history of using the logo to promote their products.
In fact, the company has been accused of using it to push their products and the Canon name for many years.
For example, a recent ad campaign that showed the Canon EOS 5D Mark III with the logo on it, which featured an image of a man with the Canon emblem, caused a backlash.
The ad, which was running on a number of websites, showed a man holding a black envelope with the word “EOS” written on it.
The letter “E” was the same as the word Canon.
In a letter to The Australian Financial Press, Canon said the ad was inappropriate and “should never have appeared on our website in the first place”.
A few weeks ago, the ad company asked for the logo’s removal, and Canon agreed, saying the ad did not breach the company’s social media guidelines.
Canon also said the company does not use the Canon logos to promote its products, nor to promote Canon itself.
“The Canon logo was not used to promote the company and has been removed from its website,” the company said.
“As such, no other Canon products or services will be displayed on our websites, nor will any Canon products, services or products or service be used by our advertisers.”
Here’s a breakdown of the Canon brand: Canon Epson – Canon logo – in the shape of an eagle (or other bird) The Canon name has been used to advertise Canon products and services in Australia.
Canon Eos – Canon E5, E7, E10, E3, E5L, E1 and E2 – Epson logo.
Canon printers – E6, E8, E9, E11 and E3.
Canon computer printers – Canon 300D, Canon E200, Canon 400D, and other models.
Canon camera lenses – Canon EF, EF-M, EF-, EF-S, EF,M, F, M2, M3, M5, M6, M7, M8, M9, M10, M11, M12, M15, M20, M30, M40, M50, M60, M70, M80, M90, M100, M200, M300, and M500.
Canon electronic cameras – Canon Rebel, Canon Rebel XT, Canon T1i, Canon TS1i and Canon T2i – Rebel logo in a square (with a triangle on the top).
Canon digital cameras – Rebel EOS, Canon G3, Canon Touch and Canon Touch II – Rebel in a circle (with an upside down triangle on top).
New Canon digital camera models – Canon 10D, 10D Mark II, Canon 12D, 12D Mark IV, 12Ds Mark III, and the new Canon E1 models – Rebel T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T20, T30, T40, and T50.
Canon flash systems – Canon 1D X, 1D Mark, 1Ds, 1DS+ and Canon EF – Rebel Logo in a circular (with two dots).
Canon cameras – The Canon E2, E4, E6 and E7 line of cameras are now Canon’s flagship line.
Canon digital cinema cameras – EOS M and EOS X series of cameras.
Canon cameras and accessories – Canon D, E, M, E series of digital cameras.
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Here’s the full list of companies that have been using the Canon symbol for their products in Australia: Adobe, Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Reader, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Color Studio, Adobe PhotoShop, Adobe Digital Imaging, Adobe Flash, Adobe Video Converter, Canon, Canon Electronic Cameras, Canon Electronics, Canon MediaLink, Canon Mobile, Canon Photos, Canon Photonics, Canon PhotoSync, Canon Smartphones, Canon Synology, Canon TV, Canon Vision, Canon Zuvo, Canon’s Camera, Canon Travel, Canon Technology, Canon Wireless, Canon Lens, Canon Zoom, Canon Camera, Creative Cloud, Canon Connect, Creative Labs, Creative Media, Creative Software, Creative Solutions, Creative Storage, Creative Wireless, Creative Travel, Creative Camera, Creatives Creative, Creative Connect, Digital Studio, Digital Capture, Digital Photo, Digital Video, Digital Wireless, Digital Zoom, DxO Photo,