30 Jun 2010
Panasonic uses Canon to shoot its ad
I guess there is nothing more flattering for Canon than seeing another manufacturer, in this case Panasonic, using your camera to shoot an ad for its own products
It was supposed to be a spot showing off the versatility and movie capabilities of the Panasonic Lumix G2, but, after uploading the behind-the-scenes video to YouTube, Panasonic now finds itself with a PR disaster. Apparently, as CrunchGear reported earlier, the ad was filmed using Canon's EOS 5D Mark II.
A Canon UK spokeswoman has declined to comment. See the behind-the-scenes video below:
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