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Welcome to the new Henry’s Oakville If you were to walk into a camera store of the future, what would you expect to see? Over the past year Henry’s has been actively working to create a bright modern, innovative in-store experience to welcome you, our customers. We’re happy to introduce this “Store of the Future” concept with the Grand Opening of our all-new and recently relocated Oakville location at Hwy 403 and Dundas St! Read on to find out what makes our new location a total departure from the traditional camera store […]

The Gyallery

BY April 12, 2017 Articles, Community

Henry’s is very proud to have been a sponsor for The Gyallery, a photo show hosted by Vice Canada and inspired by Gyalcast. Canon Canada was also present to print the images both before and during the event! “The beauty of Black womanhood has influenced nearly every aspect of culture, from music and pop culture to politics. In spite of this, they are rarely given proper recognition for these contributions and still they remain resilient. Black womxn are sisters, mothers, friends and so much more to each other and the […]

CES is one of the largest trade shows in the world that features some of the latest and greatest tech and gadgets. This year we will be updating our Instagram story regularly with updates from the show floor. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @henryscamera to see everything we come across!

In the stands at Photokina 2016

Members of the Henry’s team attended Photokina, the world’s largest photo and video tradeshow. Read on to hear their impressions as they walk the floor – some for the first time, some as seasoned attendees.

It’s celebrity spotting season and once again Toronto is the place to be! A-list celebrities and big industry names from around the globe arrive on the red carpet, and hordes of photographers come out to to capture it all. What gear do those photographers shoot with? What brands and lenses do they prefer?

To celebrate the release of their photo issue, Henry’s partnered with VICE Canada to host their annual photo show at Only One Gallery in Toronto, featuring work from some of the most influential photographers in the field.