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Metropolitan launches Canon Photo Hub


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For the first time in Sri Lanka, Metropolitan has launched a “Canon Photo Hub” especially designed and dedicated to fulfill all photography needs at a single location.

This new Hub is the first of its kind in Sri Lanka where everything from equipment, accessories, training, servicing, printing, and even photo display and photo editing software is offered.

The “Canon Photo Hub” offers a complete range of cameras and accessories with latest modifications along with an exclusive range of photo printing options. In addition, the Photo Hub includes a well equipped camera servicing center, a photo gallery for photographers to display their work and a lounge to relax and meet with fellow photo enthusiasts. What’s more, a photography training center has also been set up to enhance the skills and share knowledge on varying aspects of the industry.

“The Canon Photo Hub” which is located on Duplication Road is open from  8 April 2011 will fulfill a void of a ‘total solution’ center to the discerning photographer. We will also provide photography related material both in print and soft version for browsing pleasure” said Suresh Herath, Marketing Manager, Canon Cameras at Metropolitan Office Ltd.

Positioned in a central and convenient location in Colombo, the Photo Hub aims to ensure convenience, easy access and value added services. For this reason, the Photo Hub is open on weekdays from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm and on weekends including Sunday between 10 am to 2 pm.

Canon is the global market leader for cameras and is also the brand with the highest market acceptance in Sri Lanka. Metropolitan, the sole distributor for Canon in Sri Lanka has been supporting the growth of the photography and imaging industry through many initiatives to enhance the skills of the photographer. The Canon Photo Hub is yet another milestone in this endeavor towards building the local profession and industry and enhancing and reassuring our service promise to our loyal customers stated Taslim Rahaman Director/CEO Regions - Metropolitan. He reiterated that the new facility is a tribute to its loyal customers, and assured an enriching experience to visitors of the Canon Photo Hub.

 


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