To pull the line off the store: Canon decided to close the online mall.

The transformation of e-commerce seems to be something that traditional industries, especially electronic equipment, have been actively promoting over the past few years. After this year’s outbreak, the alternative to offline sales of online shopping appears to have increased further. Canon, however, did the opposite and decided to close the online market. According tomedia reports, Canon Australia published a notice on its official website, scheduled to close the official website of the online mall by September 30. Officials say the decision was made to pull off-line retailers.

To pull the line off the store: Canon decided to close the online mall.

Although before September 30 can also be in the official website under the single lens, camera, printer and enjoy 14 days of return, 5 years warranty service, but in fact EOS R5/R6 and other new products inventory is actually not much, and Canon has no intention of replenishment, before allowing the first payment waiting for delivery service is no longer available.

It seems that Canon’s decision is very thorough, requiring customers who hold the official website mall gift card, exchange code, etc., also need to use before September 30, overdue.