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Canon Japan releases more "fan goods"

We've all seen the Canon EF 24-105 and I believe the 70-200 F4L mugs that have been around for ages, however Canon Japan has upped the game by offering more cups, glasses and as well, a cute Canon bear.

The featured cup which would make any RF mirrorless user happy is a coffee mug of the Canon RF 24-105.

While I think these are neat and cool, I'm also a bit disappointed that they seem to have gone downhill in terms of mug presentation.  The Canon EF 24-105 mug even had working switches, while the RF is just simply stenciled on.  However, if I had to hazard a guess, the RF one is probably better in the microwave and also in the dishwasher. So perhaps it's a much more versatile mug ;)

As with Canon's policy, don't expect lens hoods to be included.

You can also get a tumbler set as well, certainly suitable for drinks while you wait for your back ordered R5.

These are interesting and cute Christmas ideas.  As well, the Canon fan site in Japan has a lot of neat products for a photographer's Christmas present or stocking stuffers. Especially if they shoot Sony.

It's probably a little close to Christmas to get these in from overseas, but if you want to try, tenso is probably a good choice as a third party shipper. 

 


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