The first one was installed at GK Vale in Bengaluru. “This is a radical shift from the standard prints that a digital press produces. This is the reason the DreamLabo is more than appropriate for our line of business,” said Anand Sukumar, managing partner, GK Vale.
Kochi got its first DreamLabo after the city’s premier photo lab Edathadan Digital Press installed the machine.
Bengaluru again got India’s third DreamLabo when the city’s Ard Foto installed a DreamLabo 5000.
Currently, Canon is in the process of installing a fourth DreamLabo in India. While the company refused to divulge the details, a major announcement, with an Open House, is expected soon.
This news was published on 15 October, 2015