Exhibitions bring advanced new imaging products to HCM City

Thursday, May 07, 2015 16:11

International imaging, broadcast and lighting shows opened in HCM City today. — Illustrative photo news.zing.vn

HCM CITY (VNS) — Famous names from the photo, imaging, and LED industries in 11 countries are showcasing many of their new advanced technologies and products at three exhibitions that opened on May 7 in HCM City.

At the 400 booths at the Viet Nam International Photo and Imaging Show, Viet Nam International Broadcast and AV Show, and Viet Nam International LED/OLED and Lighting Show, visitors can see some of the most advanced products from international and local companies like Canon, Nikon, Yamaha Music, SonyPro, Gopro, Ikegami, Fawookidi, Rang Dong, Dien Quang, and Bkav.

Taking part in the annual exhibition for the third time, Canon Marketing Viet Nam is displaying its popular EOS 5Ds and EOS 5Ds R cameras equipped with the most modern technologies.

Other products like OES 1D-X, 5D Mark III, and 7D Mark II are also on show.

Nikon, here for the first time, has decided to introduce a programme called Nikon School rather than new products. The programme will offer lessons to photo lovers in using cameras and taking good photos.

Dien Quang Lamp Joint Stock Company is showcasing its compact fluorescent lamps, doublewing lamps, civil and industrial fluorescent luminaires and LED lights.

According to Exporum, the exhibition organiser, the events indicate the potential of the Vietnamese market.

Speaking to Viet Nam News, Kim Jeong-hun, general manager of Exporum, said he saw huge promise in the Vietnamese market, especially after seeing many new brands and a 20 per cent increase in the number of exhibitors this time.

Under the theme of "Shine your Imagination", the three shows invited participants to explore what new technologies and ideas can do to enrich everyday life, he said.

The event is also a chance for companies to share experiences and create closer communities resulting in a better life.

The shows close on Saturday by which time the organiser hopes to attract 30,000 visitors.

They are on at the Sai Gon Exhibition and Convention Centre, District 7. — VNS

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