Jackie Chan x Canon EOS “Eye Of Dragon” 550D DSLR

By - April 29th, 2010

Jackie Chan x Canon EOS Eye Of Dragon 550D DSLR

This may come as a surprising collaboration for those on the stateside, since the action star Jackie Chan they know of is perhaps more used being in front of the camera, getting his fly kicks documented. However, as Jackie Chan is the spokesperson for http://canon.com”>Canon in China, this collaboration is quite a perfect project, and would capture the attention and rouse some retail desires in Jackie Chan fans out there. The new collaborative projects dresses Canon’s 550D DSLR camera in a special Jackie Chan logo, and comes with a complete pack of accessories including the Canon EF-S 180145MM lens, camera strap, camera case, and an album book. The accessories are rendered in a tough military olive, and each of these items including the camera are emblazoned with the special Jackie Chan edition logo (the Chinese character for “Dragon” with “Jackie” worked into it). Only 2010 units will be available in this limited edition collaboration, so if you are a big fan, hurry up like it’s Rush Hour and don’t wait to get your hands on them.via: http://itechnews.net/2010/04/26/canon-eos-550d-dslr-jackie-chan-edition/”>itechnews

Jackie Chan x Canon EOS Eye Of Dragon 550D DSLR

Jackie Chan x Canon EOS Eye Of Dragon 550D DSLR

Jackie Chan x Canon EOS Eye Of Dragon 550D DSLR

Jackie Chan x Canon EOS Eye Of Dragon 550D DSLR

Jackie Chan x Canon EOS Eye Of Dragon 550D DSLR

Jackie Chan x Canon EOS Eye Of Dragon 550D DSLR

Jackie Chan x Canon EOS Eye Of Dragon 550D DSLR

2 comments
phil
phil

i'll take it a step further and say i'm disappointed not only because they went out to find a celebrity to stamp their own brand on a camera, they had to find jackie chan. being chinese, i cringe each time i see him act like a clown in front of the camera for western folks.

Benn
Benn

Err.. so what. I'm actually a little disappointed with Canon on this one. Do they really think his endorsement will see more cameras? Well, obviously so. And that's an 18-135mm lens, not a "180145MM" lens.