The Canon Powershot SD400 is their smallest 5 megapixel camera to date. It features a 2" LCD and a new hold feature to let you delete new pictures without switching modes. The Powershot SD500 is a 7 megapixel unit feautring the new "perpetual curve" design. In contrast to most of the other new releases, they're not cheap, coming in at $520 and $650 respectively.
According to research frim IDC, Eastman Kodak sold 4.9 million digital cameras in 2004, compared to 4.3 million by Sony. Canon came in third with 3.5 million, followed by Olympus and HP with 2.3 and 1.8 million respecively.
Canon has announced the new PowerShot A520, which is an update of the popular A85 and a 4 megapixel version of the recently announced PowerShot A510 (3 MP). The PowerShot A520 features a 1.8" LCD, SD memory card slot and runs on two AA batteries. The A520 should be available in March at an MSRP of $299.
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