The Canon PowerShot SD780 IS was just announced on Tuesday, but Canon's rapid-fire shipping department had a production-ready review unit in our waiting hands yesterday afternoon. The 12.1 megapixel, 3x zoom SD780 is touted as the smallest Canon Digital ELPH today, but is smaller really better in this case?
In addition to today's onslaught of new and updated products, Canon has opted to lightly refresh its PowerShot A1000 and A2000 models.
It's been five long months since the SX1 was announced internationally, but today Canon made it known that the 10.0 megapixel, 20x zoom Canon PowerShot SX1 IS is officially on its way to the U.S. as well. With a CMOS sensor, HD video capture, and RAW shooting, the SX1 looks to rule the ultrazoom roost.
Canon has rounded out its line of mid-priced ultrazooms today with the launch of the Canon PowerShot SX200 IS. Update to the platform that launched the popular SX100 and SX110 models, the compact SX200 features more zoom, more resolution, HD video recording, and Canon's newly developed Smart Auto feature set.
The Canon PowerShot D10 may look like something from science fiction, but its rugged design and moderate price are a recognition of the fact that many casual shooters are seeking cameras that are able to withstand the kinds of bumps, bangs, and accidental (or, for that matter, intentional) water contact that potentially come with a summer vacation.
The affordable Canon PowerShot SD1200 IS, thin and stylish SD 780 IS, and flagship SD960 IS and SD970 IS models update several popular ultracompacts in Canon's Digital ELPH series. Key upgrades include higher-resolution sensors, DIGIC IV processing across the board, and 720p HD video capture in most models.
A year may not seem like an especially long time, but in world of point-and-shoot cameras, it's an eternity. Which is what makes the long-running Canon PowerShot A590 IS - a full-featured budget compact that's the subject of this month's Users Speak Out survey of user opinions - such a fascinating deviation from the norm.
New software hack lets Canon DSLRs with LiveView record video
We've had a day to shoot some early samples - including a video sample - with our Canon EOS 5D Mark II review unit. So far, things are looking good...
In a digicam market that has long been driven by hobbyist photographers, the number of casual snapshooters is on the rise. That's the basic contention of a new market study from research firm InfoTrends.
Canon has posted firmware version 1.0.3 for its EOS 50D advanced consumer DSLR to its support site.
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