Canon Middle East launches EOS 1000D

DUBAI - Canon Middle East announced its latest D-SLR, the EOS 1000D on Thursday. Featuring a 10.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, 7-point wide area AF system and up to 3fps continuous JPEG shooting until the memory card is full, the EOS 1000D represents a more affordable entry point to the world of EOS cameras - whilst taking full advantage of over 70 years of imaging expertise.

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Published: Sat 2 Aug 2008, 1:30 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 11:47 AM

The EOS 1000D is supplied with a comprehensive software suite that provides all the necessary tools for managing and processing images. This includes Digital Photo Professional (DPP), a powerful RAW converter that provides complete RAW image processing control.

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Doha Bank seminar on 'Branding-The Winning Strategy'

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DUBAI - Doha Bank, organised 'Branding - The Winning Strategy', focusing primarily on the role played by branding and brand building. The knowledge seminar forms part of the customer centric knowledge seminars organised by Doha Bank on a regular basis for its clients across the world. The event marked the beginning of a series of similar events that Doha Bank intends to organise for its clients in the UAE.

Mindware and Wyse Technology launch 'EarthSmart Computing'

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DUBAI - Mindware and Wyse Technology, have partnered to launch the 'EarthSmart Computing' in the Middle East. The campaign is aimed at driving awareness on energy consumption and eWaste issues amidst the large-scale clamour for environmentally safe business practices in the region. In line with this, Mindware aims to expand the market for Wyse Technologies' 'thin computers', which have been designed to consume less energy and reduce the carbon footprint compared to a standard PC.

Doosan Heavy Industries wins $800m UAE order

SEOUL - South Korea's Doosan Heavy Industries Co said on Thursday it had won a $800 million order to build a water desalination facility in the UAE. Doosan said in a statement that it had signed a contract with French utility giant GDF Suez for the Shuweihat IWPP (independent water and power project) led by the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority.- Reuters

Oman sets Sept. deadline for first Omantel bid proposals

DUBAI - Oman has set September as the deadline to receive first-bid proposals for a 25 per cent stake in Oman Telecommunications Co. SAOG, the sultanate's biggest phone company. Second-round bids are due in the fourth quarter this year, according to Oman's Ministry of Finance Web site.- Bloomberg

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