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Canon’s new cloud service introduced in Hungary

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Canon has introduced its new worldwide photo storage system Irista a few days ago, which is also available for Hungarian usage. The service is based on a cloud storage system to provide a mutual place for our photos to be stored.

The company felt the need for Irista as nowadays people store their photos taken by different devices in many separate places. Irista solves the problem, and all the pictures are synchronized with our account and stored at a cloud in one place.

Irista is based on four principles: (1) it is easy to use, (2) it is online at 24/7 for easier storing and sharing, (3) all the picture are stored in one single place and (4) the pictures can be edited and modified in the same place.

The service can be integrated with social media platforms for faster sharing and is compatible with every file extensions. Irista offers a free storage size of 10GB and two paid packages of 50GB and 100GB for €4.99/month or €49.00/year and €10.99/month or €109.00/year, respectively.

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