Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Thomson goes ‘Make in India’ with Super Plastronics Pvt. Ltd!

Launches 43 UHD 4K, 40 Smart and 32 Smart TV’s

Price starts INR 13490/-

-Exclusive online retail partner Flipkart, Flash Sale starts April 13th, Friday, 12 pm

-Business France welcomes the brand; extends support to strengthen Indo-French relations 

April 12th, 2018, Thursday, New Delhi:  Amidst India’s growing TV market Thomson (owned by Technicolor SA, France), the leading French consumer brand launched a range of its smart TV’s in collaboration with Business France (Trade Section of the Embassy of France), in New Delhi today.

In an exclusive licensing agreement with SPPL (Super Plastronics Pvt. Ltd.), the brand unveiled its 43 UHD 4K, 40 smart and 32 smart TV’s, which will be exclusively available on
Flipkart, starting April 13th. The brand will open its flash sale on April 13th, 2018, Friday, at 12 noon.

“Technicolor, owner of Thomson brand is very proud to sign a long-term license with SPPL as a strategic partner to develop Thomson’s presence in India”, stated 

Claire Villeneuve, Head, Intellectual Property and Licensing, Technicolor, France 

Elated about the launch, Mr. Avneet Singh Marwah, CEO, Super Plastronics Pvt. Ltd., the Indian Brand Licensee for Thomson, said “We are delighted to partner up with a leading and historic global brand like Thomson. It is SPPL’s endeavor and commitment to promote ‘Make in India’, generate employment and contribute to the Indian economy. With the launch we aim to capture 6% - 7% of total TV market share and make Thomson, No. 1 Online smart TV brand in India. We have already planned to put one more manufacturing line of Led TV by next-quarter in order to offer Indian consumer products that are at par with global Standards i.e. quality, innovation and elegance, at a competitive price. While technology and innovation remains the core of it, we have worked on many aspects of TV keeping in mind the Indian palate for aesthetics, color and sound”.

The Thomson 43 UHD 4K Smart TV’s comes with default APK Gmail, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Netflix and runs on Android and Aptoide with the feature to download any App. The three products are priced very aggressively for the cost sensitive consumer of today who is well-informed, uncompromising and discreet 

Thomson Smart TV prices:
32 SMART (32M3277): INR 13,490/-                         
40 SMART (40TM4099): INR 19,990/-
43 UHD 4K (43TM4377): INR 27,999/-
*attached product specification sheets

Commenting on the launch, Sandeep Karwa, Head of TV & Large Appliance Flipkart said,” Flipkart ensures a shopping experience for customers that is driven by a diverse selection, offering them with best in class technology at affordable prices. Thomson, a trusted brand worldwide, comes with a global legacy in technology and innovation. Our exclusive partnership with Thomson offers our shoppers a complete package of smart technology and great features at an aggressive price, making it a compelling offer and we are confident this would be another best seller on Flipkart. Replicating our strategy for smartphones, this launch marries well into our commitment of driving innovation in the market while we continue to be India’s most trusted destination for TVs”

Welcoming Thomson’s come back to India Ms. Claire THUADET, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of France, elucidated “We extend our wholehearted support and welcome to Thomson in India. A brand known for its French legacy, innovation and leadership. The appropriate departments of this Embassy would be happy to extend any support that is required by Thomson in seeking potential partners or exploring new markets in India.”
With a rich heritage stretching back more than 120 years, Thomson has been part of the world’s greatest technological revolutions with an unwavering dedication of making innovation accessible to all. World leader in CRT TVs in the 80’s, Thomson has kept developing its business with partners worldwide and is in the top selling TV brands in France, its home country.

About Super Plastronics Pvt. Ltd. (SPPL)

SPPL is a manufacturing concern established in 1990 with its Head Office in Noida. Its initial business was plastic injection moulding which then graduated to manufacturing of CRT TV’s and to LED TV’s on date. We were one of the largest manufacturers of CRT TV cabinets in the 90’s and early 00’s. Today we are one of India’s foremost OEM’s in CRT and LED Television. We have 3 manufacturing plants in India located in Noida, Una and Jammu. We have an employee strength of over 1000 across India and are expanding as we grow. For additional information on Thomson TVs in India, visit us at, follow us on Twitter @thomsontvindia, or like us on Facebook at Thomson India.

About Technicolor

Technicolor, a worldwide technology leader in the media and entertainment sector, is at the forefront of digital innovation. Our world class research and innovation laboratories enable us to lead the market in delivering advanced video services to content creators and distributors. Our commitment: supporting the delivery of exciting new experiences for consumers in theatres, homes and – Follow us: @Technicolor –

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Wagh Bakri’s Mili Tea promotes Woman Empowerment!

TV personality Sakshi Tanwar– brand ambassador for Mili Tea

Indore 7th April 2018: Wagh Bakri Tea Group has launched a new TVC to promote ‘Mili’ Tea. In the latest ‘Mili’ TVC Sakshi Tanwar, the brand ambassador tactfully conveys the message of woman empowerment through an effective punch line ‘Peeoge jab, toh Janoge’. In the TVC a buyer opts for Mili Tea after being assured by Sakshi in her unique accent, about the key benefits such as assured quality, more cuppage and a budget friendly product in a convincing manner.

Wagh Bakri Tea Group, India’s 3rd largest tea company is celebrating 20 years of presence in M.P. market. On this occasion Executive Directors, Mr Parag Desai and Mr Paras Desai are in Indore to meet and felicitate distributors. Wagh Bakri Tea is the largest selling tea from Wagh Bakri Tea Group followed by Mili. Wagh Bakri and Mili teas are available at approximately 17,000 outlets in 51 districts of Madhya Pradesh. It is noteworthy that the market share of Wagh Bakri tea is steadily growing in Madhya Pradesh. On this occasion Mr Parag Desai, Executive Director, Wagh Bakri Tea Group said, “We are thankful to tea lovers of Madhya Pradesh that they have made Wagh Bakri and Mili teas and the most preferred quality tea brand in the state”. Adding to this, Mr Paras Desai, Executive Director, Wagh Bakri Tea Group said that, “M.P. tea lovers are very particular about their choice of tea and we are happy to fulfil their expectations by offering M.P. specific blends. M.P. is an evolving market and we are getting encouraging response for our other products as well, which includes iced tea, instant tea and green teas”.

The Tea Group has won several accolades by adopting innovative marketing, branding and packaging strategies. One of the most significant achievement has been the ‘Family Business Legacy Award’ given by the then President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee in presence of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to Wagh Bakri Tea Group in the year 2017. Other noteworthy achievements include the INDIASTAR 2017 Packaging Award instituted by IIP (Indian Institute of Packaging).

For more information, contact:
Atul Malikram@9755020247

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Learning and Development in Asia be a part of Change!

Article by Anirudh Gupta

Director- Skilldom Learning Solutions

“Learning, learning and continuous learning, ladies and gentleman, is the key differentiator to become a successful organisation.” These words were very powerfully and animatedly stated by the Head of HR of a large Indian Conglomerate at an L&D conference, in Mumbai.

Almost all organisations talk about the importance of learning and development, however few do much about it. It is not because they do not believe in L&D activities; it is because the benefits of learning are difficult to measure. Rather it is very difficult to measure learning.  Therefore, learning and development somehow hovers in the abstruse realm of management. The last to receive budgetary allocation and the first to experience austerity drive.

The economic landscape has drastically changed and is changing with an unprecedented speed. This is both an Indian and global phenomena. The core of this change is advancement in technology –especially computing technology. Massive pools of data can be processed in seconds and this ability of big data analytics is able to provide inferences in real time. This results in quick decision making as well as the need to execute quickly. Now marry this ability to compute quickly, correlate abstract data and provide meaningful, analysed data with learning and there you have birth of ‘true’ digital learning. Add to it the developing science of Artificial Learning and Machine learning - making digital learning effective, efficient and engaging.

Digital learning is there – from basic Learning Management Services (LMS’s) to high end assisted learning intelligence platforms, but the question is ability of the businesses to adapt to digital learning. Anything and everything on a digital device is not digital learning. With this definition, Computer based learning has been there is some form or other since 1970’s and it later avatar of eLearning since early 1990’s.

I would like to share some facts which came up with some interesting findings (based on 189 clients that we have worked with). Some of them are:

Up till 2012 – 80% of the core training was in-person and classroom lead. Where average classroom training averaged 56 training hours a year out of a classroom learning opportunity of 80 hours. Getting 8 hours of eLearning was a challenge, being limited to product and process knowledge or induction programs.
An average program (classroom) lasted for 2 days in 2012.
In 2017 – the average classroom came to one day. With consistent demand for classroom programs not exceeding 4 hours or half a day sessions. With eLearning consumption increasing up to 19 hours a year –from an average eLearning opportunity of 300+ hours (based on custom made and ready to use libraries)
The attention span has dropped considerably to less that 5 minutes and is reducing all the more. This is more due to the choices that a learner has and multiple sources for getting information affecting the ability to concentrate.

The workforce that is now comprising more of millennials, desire for more personalized input, on the go and self-paced learning opportunities. 89% of respondents in a survey conducted by SKILLDOM stated that they find the classroom training uninteresting and that they can better use their time learning the same thing through online medias.

100% of stakeholders were challenged and struggling to measure learning effectiveness and efficiency in 2012 and 100% of stakeholders are still challenged on the same issue in 2017. Nothing much will change in 2018 – until organisation start adapting to intelligent digital learning platforms.

In the same survey conducted by SKILLDOM, 79% of the learners wanted classroom sessions to be skill building sessions, where they could interact and do activities and exercises that helped them become dextrous or sensitive to a certain subject / competency.  74% of the respondents said that micro learning would be better as they can collate mentally concepts and probably apply them at work as and when needed. Both the business and the learner wanted to know – how much I have learnt in the end.

Now on analysing these points the major inferences are :

Classroom learning is important, but needs to be focussed on skill building…
Digital learning is the need of the hour to provide personalized, on the go, self-paced and measured learning.

The advantage that digital learning platforms bring is immense. Think of a large bank or a pharma company or a multiband retail outlet that employ probably 1000’s of people. Reaching to every learner is a challenge and reaching in real time is all the more difficult, forget about providing learning opportunity consistently and regularly (I am sure given the current focus on monies, the logistic cost itself will be a major road block).  A digital learning platform can provide all this at a cost that is significantly less than spend which the organization does on coffee per employee per month. Moreover, it is able to measure learning, as it is able to record minute transactions that correlate with learning. Learning content is sourced from the knowledge repository of the organization and curated content from internet that probably has millions of content pieces on the most common competencies that are associated with a role. Which means you can actually measure the learning that a learner is doing. Hence you know what is the ability and all that is left for the business or the learner’s immediate manager to do is bring in the ‘human touch’ to influence the ‘willingness” part.

With improving bandwidth, digital learning is possible and it is here to stay. Even in remotest part of the country, you will find not only the youth but people across a broad demographic spectrum happily hooked on to YouTube and Facebook. The only challenge is to engage with a digital learning platform that can be as interesting as Facebook or YouTube.

So when I hear the words “learning, learning and continuous learning” from the head of HR of an Indian conglomerate and I know it can happen. But to make it happen the core way of functioning and looking at the learning function has to dramatically alter. Adapting digital learning platforms that operate on new age technology is critical. Only when this learning change is initiated will business organisations of today start becoming successful.

About- Anirudh Gupta, Skilldom
In his current role, Anirudh oversees the Learning Strategy function at SKILLDOM and guides the development teams to provide the best-possible learning solutions to clients. As a Learning & Development/Organizational Development (L&D/OD) specialist with over 15 years of work experience, he ensures every learning need is addressed optimally. A graduate in English literature from the University of Delhi, Anirudh also holds a management degree from SIMSR, Mumbai. He has additional certifications to his credit in the areas of Organizational Development, Psychology, Instructional Design, Adult Learning Theories, HR Processes from premium institutions in the country and abroad. Further, Anirudh is formally certified professional in the application and interpretation of psychometric tools such as MBTI, 16PF, FIRO-B and TKI.

In his previous positions, Anirudh has led the L&D function for companies such as Wockhardt Limited, ICICI Prudential Life, MetLife India and Glenmark. As a seasoned trainer, he has also conducted various workshops for managerial skills development, leadership development, personality development, culture, diversity and conflict.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Save Planet, Save Life by Saving Water! #CuttingPaani #Livpure


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Water is essential for each life on Earth. Day by day, water is becoming scarce commodity and if not utilized scarcely, the coming generations might face severe  water scarcity. The safe and clean water level is affected due to global warming, rising population, changes in weather conditions, drying up of rivers, wastage of water by humans, overuse of boring wells, deforestation etc.

Earth will never run out of water, though it forms may undergo changes. The concern is of disappearance of safe and hygienic source of water because water pollution is on rise due to untreated sewage and industrial wastes drained in water bodies.

Scientists are lot concerned on the water scarcity issue and it is been assumed that in coming years, there would be scarcity of water at a alarming level.

Life thrives on water, so you can just imagine what life would be in scarcity of clean and safe water for daily use. Polluted water will breed in mosquitoes and insects and will pave way for water borne diseases and infections.

Water is used for drinking, cooking, bathing, washing, irrigation, agriculture, industrial usages, and watering of plants.

#CuttingPaani is a noble initiative of Livepure to save drinking water for safe and hygienic living, far away from infections and water pollution diseases.

I would brief you about my practice in daily life to save water and would request all to adhere to these simple steps to save water for future posterity.

I have traveled to different places of India and have confronted with the shortage of water and was compelled to live in scarcity.

I basically belong to Bihar, where still water is in abundance compared to other towns and cities. The people of Bihar used it profusely a few decades ago. When I was transferred to Bangalore in 90’s and had to stay for a decade, I knew the real worth of water.

Only four days in a week, water was there in taps and we had to conserve in all small and big utensils and buckets to meet the daily requirements of cooking, drinking, bathing and toilets. Washing was left on those dry days, when not a single drop dripped from the taps. In worst case, we had to get water tankers to fill the sump. At that time, realization set in about the importance of water.

I changed my style of using water and included few steps in my regimen and still I stick to it, irrespective of wherever I am stationed.

 One bucket of water for bathing: I make a point to use only one bucket of water for taking bath and ask my other family members to use only one bucket.

Use small water glasses for kids: I handover water in small glasses to kids of family and guests to avoid wastage of water.

Store drinking water in bottles: I make a point not to waste drinking water by taking only required amount in glass for water consumption. In one go neither do I take full glass of water nor give to my family members and guests. I keep the bottles beside glass and ask them to pour as much as it is required by them. Many scorn at my idea, then I explain the water scarcity scene that we faced in Bangalore.

Use stored water for washing cooking edibles: I don’t wash cooking edibles under running water because a huge amount of water is wasted, so use stored water. I store the used water to water my plants and it saves water and my plants keep healthy.

Wash bathroom by using cloth rinsing water: Cleanliness is next to godliness and I don’t throw water of rinsed clothes, rather I use to clean my bathrooms and toilets. The purpose of cleaning is solved as well as water wastage is lessened.

Conservation of Rain Water: During monsoon season, we conserve water and use them for watering of plants, washing open areas and vehicles, washing clothes and even, we take bath from conserved water.

Schools & Institutions, NGO's and Govt. bodies should initiate to teach masses about water conservation through special awareness programs and should come forward to start rain harvesting program in each city to save precious water. Water is our Life.

Nowadays, billboards, news and magazines, ads on digital platform are flooded with continuous warning to use water efficiently, fearing heavy water scarcity in coming future.

The issue of water is alarming and we need to curb water usage and efficient use will save us from facing scarcity of water.

I am doing my part to save water and if each of us improve our habit of using water, we can save ourselves from water scarce and live a healthy and happy life.

The video clipping of #CuttingPaani is intriguing and acquaints us with the importance of water in our life and each drop of water holds importance in our life.

To save our planet, we need to plant more greenery around and use less energy to combat global warming.

I have signed my petition and now it's your turn to sign.

Every time someone leaves a glass of water unfinished, it results in wastage. #CuttingPaani is an ideology that helps us all champion change in our daily lives.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Gripping First Poster of Subedar Joginder Singh sets the internet on FIRE!

Upcoming biopic of the brave soldier, the Param Vir Chakra recipient, Subedar Joginder Singh has always wooed the audiences with its par excellence releases. If we retrospect, the very first look of Gippy Grewal, from the film had stormed the internet then. Today, with the release of the first official poster from the film, it has once again banged the digital world!

The first poster from the film looks gripping, and has mounted the expectations with regards to the film.The much talked about film, Subedar Joginder Singh, is the biopic of the brave soldier who was commanding a platoon of 21 Sikh soldiers, and got martyred while combating thousands of Chinese during the Sino-Indian War of 1962. His undying spirit and unabated courage is a true inspiration for all.

He was decorated with the highest wartime gallantry award Param Vir Chakra, posthumously.

The film has been shot at the vulnerable terrains of Drass, Kargil, Guwahati, and in the melting temperature of Suratgarh. The makers are all set to release the trailer of the film on 8th March, 2018.

Film will hit the silver screens on April 6, 2018 worldwide.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Tread in Style with Craftsvilla Trendy Handbags! #Fashion

Women and girls are very possessive about their handbags and purses. It depicts her privacy as she carries her intimate things in her handbags apart from currency that she requires to flatter herself or it comes handy in case of urgency. 

Bags and purses have been intimate to her since more than 100 years and initially, they carried ornamented piece of pouch, close to their skin. With the passage of time, there was a great progression in the design and size of handbags and different materials started been used for carving out beautiful and useful Handbags, an essential accessory of a woman. Today, it is an imperative accessory of a woman wardrobe and varied range of handbags are available in the market of different contours, sizes, colors and price. You can pick and choose that accommodates your requirements or match with your perfection and style.

Handbags are useful for all, irrespective of age and sex, but a woman’s handbag reflects her personality. The age when women got liberated and started enjoying financial independence and freedom, her requisites of handbags changed. She has different bags for different occasions in her possession. One handbag is not enough for her, she has different for office venture, outing, and party and for casual and formal occasions. In all her bags, toiletries are common as she feels incomplete without them and certainly they come handy when she has to venture out on unplanned outings or meetings.

In today’s parlance and trend, handbags are not only a carrier of currencies and intimate articles, it is a reflection of women’s personality, status, dignity, fashion savvy and freedom. The importance of handbags have accentuated with time. People more often freak out on tours and travels due to easier connectivity of air, sea, and land network and the market of handbags saw explosion of demands to carry their possessions.

A woman handbag is her private closet which holds her personal belongings such as lipsticks, eyeliner, tampons, keys, hair styling gel etc. along with money. She is very passionate of her handbags and hate intruders, who accidentally try to delve in her property. Her passion makes her choosier when it comes to selection of a handbag for her use and she chooses delicately just as she chooses her lingerie. Her choice speaks volumes of her passion.

Craftsvilla offers meticulous range of handbags and bags for the women and girls of all age. They know “Her” choice and they are ever ready with amazing, eye-catching and heart stealing collections to match her persona. 

They offer a wide range of handbags and bags from reasonable and fair price to high price and you can select one that suits your budget and style. The handbags are available for all the occasions and festivities and you can pick one that matches your comfort and wardrobe.

Craftsvilla offers variety, Pouches, Clutches, Tote bags, Potli bags, Leather bags, Wallet, Jhola bags, Backpack, Camera bag and many more. 

Your search for Handbags and Bags ends here at Craftsvilla, explore for quality, different hues and define your style with handbags. You don’t need to worry about net banking and card options if you are not well conversant with digital banking. There is an option of COD with online orders, Order Online and Pay on Delivery. 

Define your style with Craftsvilla exclusive and fashionable Handbags and Bags.


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Fuel Your Passion for Photography with the New Canon EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D

Designed for a seamless transition from smartphone to DSLR photography, the affordable entry-level Canon EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D opens users up to a world of superb imaging quality and an arsenal of EF/EF-S lenses for creative expressions

EOS 1500D 

                                                             EOS 3000D 


New Delhi, 26th February 2018 - Canon today announced the launch of the Canon EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D, the newest additions to its extensive line of entry-level EOS DSLR cameras in India. Anchored by the premier EOS DSLR system and enhanced with user intuitive interfaces, these models are ideal for beginners looking to advance from smartphone photography to greater sophistication in imaging performance. Both the Canon EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D are powered by the DIGIC 4+ image processor and equipped with the 24.1 megapixels and 18.0 megapixel, APS-C sized CMOS sensors respectively, ensuring sharp and crisp images even under low light conditions. 

Speaking at the launch, Mr. Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India, said, “With consumer preferences evolving by the hour, innovation has become increasingly significant. Our focus at Canon is to continuously innovate and further solidify our commitment to provide cutting edge technology to our customers and constantly delight them. As pioneers in imaging, we value the significance of a parallel transition between innovation and the landscape of photography. With this launch, we aim to strike a perfect balance between compact design and superior performance offering an excellent value to the photo enthusiasts and professionals; hence strengthening the EOS series providing intuitive products. In lieu of the current DSLR market scenario, we see tremendous growth opportunities in this segment.”

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Eddie Udagawa, Vice President, Consumer Imaging and Information Centre, Canon India, said, “Canon EOS series has redefined imagery and has become an industry benchmark over the years. Launching today with the newest addition to EOS series, Canon EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D not only capture great images but also meet the requirements of social media enthusiasts with instant sharing abilities. Adapting to newer trends and technologies, we are committed to bring ground-breaking innovation to customers and elevate their photography experiences.”

Versatile Performance for Easy Control

The APS-C size CMOS sensor on both cameras is about 19 times larger than the 1/3.2 inch standard- type sensor typically found in a smartphone. This distinction gives the EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D an edge in performance as the large APS-C size sensor enables excellent proficiency in capturing light. Even in a low light environment, both models are able to produce high definition images with the most intricate of details intact.

Both the EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D are equipped with an Optical Viewfinder which helps users to quickly focus and frame their subjects without experiencing any delay in image processing. As real time viewing is possible, the Optical Viewfinder is the perfect tool for capturing clear images of fast-moving subjects. 

Recognising the increase in popularity of videos, a Full HD movie shooting function is built into both models, allowing users to capture vivid and beautiful footage.

User Intuitive Features for Hassle-Free Operability

With access to six types of scene modes on a single dial, shooting with a DSLR camera has never been easier. On top of the portrait, landscape, close-up, sports, and night portrait and food mode, the EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D also come with five Creative Filters. This enables users to experiment with or enhance the ambience of photos to create effects that render a soft focus feel, toy camera effect, fish-eye effect, miniature effect and an artsy grainy black and white effect.  

To improve operability, the cameras’ Scene Intelligent Auto mode automatically analyses scenes and refines images to produce beautiful, rich pictures. With just a click on the shutter button, even movement and image contrast can be reflected accurately. To simplify the understanding of product functions, both cameras are equipped with a Feature Guide for beginners to ease into the world of DSLR Photography. The Canon EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D also boasts of the Creative Zone mode which allows users to create artistic photos by optimizing the shooting settings to match their shooting intentions as closely as possible.

With such ease of use, all that is required for capturing and sharing professional-looking photos on social media is simply to cultivate a sense of creativity.

Seamless Connectivity for Instant Sharing

Both the EOS 1500D and EOS 3000D are equipped with Wi-Fi for easy connection via smartphones to the Canon Camera Connect app. Through the app, users can easily share images and videos onto social media platforms. In addition, the EOS 1500D is also equipped with Near-Field Communication (NFC) connectivity.

With the Canon Camera Connect app (available in both iOS and AndroidTM), the remote shooting function is available for users to control and adjust camera settings such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO speed directly from their smartphones. Not only is this function useful for selfies and group shots, but is also perfect for experimenting with creative angles. 

Product Specifications

Canon EOS 1500D
Dimensions :
Approx. 129.0 x 101.3 x 77.6mm
Weight :
Approx. 427g (body only)
Image sensor:
24.1 mega-pixel APS-C CMOS sensor
Imaging processor:
ISO speed:
100 - 6400 (expandable to 128,000)
Continuous shooting speed:
Approx. 3 fps
Maximum video quality:
Full HD 30p/25p/24p
9-point (All AF points support f/5.6. Cross-type AF with center AF point.)
Connectivity functions: 
Wi-Fi / NFC 
3- type TFT (approx. 920,000 dots)

Canon EOS 3000D
Dimensions :
Approx. 129.0 x 101.6 x 77.1 mm
Weight :
Approx. 389g (body only)
Image sensor:
18.0 mega-pixel APS-C CMOS sensor
Imaging processor:
ISO speed:
100 - 6400 (expandable to 12800)
Continuous shooting speed:
Approx. 3 fps
Maximum video quality:
Full HD 30p/25p/24p
9-point (All AF points support f/5.6. Cross-type AF with center AF point.)
Wi-Fi only
2.7- type TFT (approx. 230,000 dots)

The price will be revealed closer to the date of sales which is towards the end of March.

About Canon Group

Ever since its foundation in 1937, Canon is guided by the “Kyosei” philosophy of living and working together for the common good. Canon strives to create and deliver world-class products, becoming a top global corporation by diversifying into new business fields throughout the world. Focusing on optical technologies, Canon produces office equipment, consumer and professional imaging devices, network cameras, healthcare and industrial equipment. Through the close connection between its global head office in Tokyo and regional headquarters in America, Europe, Asia, Oceania and regional headquarters in Japan, Canon combines its global and local operations organically. In 1996, Canon launched its Excellent Global Corporation Plan with the goal of serving the society with advanced technologies and becoming a trustworthy and responsible corporate citizen. The year 2016 is the first year of Phase 5 of the Plan. Currently, Canon boasts a strong global presence of 367 subsidiaries all over the world, supported by 197,673 employees. (Data as of December 31, 2016)

Canon in India

Canon India Pvt. Ltd., a 100% subsidiary of Canon Singapore Pvt. Ltd., is a world leader in imaging technologies. Set up in 1997, Canon markets over 200 comprehensive range of sophisticated contemporary digital imaging product and solutions in India. The company today has offices and warehouses in 14 cities across India and employs over 1000 people. Canon has over 500 primary channel partners, 14 National Retail Chain partners, and over 6000 secondary retail points. Canon has 250 own retail stores accredited as “Image Square” across 119 cities in the country. Canon India’s service reach extends to over 600 towns covering 17,774 PIN codes across India - which comprises of 300 Camera collection points, 18 Camera repair centers, 236 Printer repair centers, 185 Copier, Scanner and Large Format Printer Sales & Service dealers.

In sync with its corporate tagline- ‘Delighting You Always’, reinforced by World class technology, Canon offers an extended product portfolio, including copier MFDs, Managed Document Services, Fax-Machines, Printers, Document and Cheque Scanners, All-in-ones, Digital Cameras, DSLR’s, Cinematic Imaging Products, Camcorders, Cable ID Printers and Card printers catering to the multiple market segments of consumer, SME, B2B, Commercial, Government & PSUs. In 2017, the imaging leader recorded a double digit growth.