Chennai: Photographic and digital imaging solutions provider, Canon India, is targeting revenues of Rs 2,100 crore during this year, the company said on Tuesday.

"Canon India, subsidiary of Canon Singapore Pte Ltd, targets a growth of Rs 2,100 crore in 2012 which is 32 percent over last year," Canon India said in a statement.

The company last year generated revenues of Rs 1,525 crore.

Meanwhile, the company announced the launch of three feature-packed digital cameras -- the PowerShot G15, PowerShotS110 and PowerShot SX50 HS digital cameras.

Both PowerShotG15 and Powershot S110 models include a 12.1 megapixel high-sensitivity CMOS image sensor for high image quality.

The PowerShot S110 includes a wi-fi connectivity while PowerShot SX50HS comes with the World's first 50x optical zoom in a digital camera.

Canon India currently has offices in 10 cities warehouses in 13 cities across India, employing over 1,100 people, the statement added.

(Agencies)

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