Sooner than I expected, Canon has announced a wireless-enabled digital camera to their Powershot SD lineup. The Canon Powershot SD430 Digital ELPH Wireless is most similiar to the SD450. It shoots 5 megapixels with a 3x optical zoom and has a 2 inch LCD. It is expected to be available at the end of January 2006 for $499.99.
After a quick whirlwind across the exhibit floor of the PhotoPlus Expo in NYC, I thought I would fill you in on what I've learned. I got a chance to get some of the newer models in hand and we plan to bring you reviews of as many as we can. Below, I'll touch on some of the highlights from Nikon, Canon, and Konica Minolta. I also enjoyed checking out Fujifilm's S5200, E-900, and S9000 and some of the newer Pentax and Olympus models.
A colleague of mine attended a media event this week in NYC and got to see some of new cameras announced by Canon and Pentax. Lucky for us, he sent some pictures. Below, you'll see the Canon Powershot SD30, the Canon Powershot SD450, and the Canon Powershot S80. After that, we'll hit the Pentax models: the Optio WPi, the Optio S6, and the Optio S60.
Olympus, following Canon's lead, has announced a plethora of new cameras today. The Olympus Stylus 600 continues the line's weather-proof design with a 6 megapixel sensor and a 2.5 inch LCD. For those wanting to use this as an underwater digital camera, Olympus has an underwater housing all ready to go. The Stylus 600 features Olympus' Bright Capture Technology and an ISO sensitivity up to 1600 to capture those low-light images. The Stylus 600 will be available in September at an estimated street price of $299.
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