Canon has always been known for great imaging products, whether it is their point and shoot digital cameras or the masses or the sophisticated high end cameras for the classes. Canon has been dominant with series of launches at the CES 2013 too, where it launched many new additions to the Powershot series of canon.
First in the series is a new and entirely different design, the PowerShot N does steal a glance at its very first look. The camera has lost a lot of buttons and is on the verge of turning into a square cuboid shape rather than a regular conventional rectangular one. We have discussed more on it in a separate post, so you can anytime scroll there for your interest. It is expected to hit the market by April 2013 for a price of around $299, and will be available in two colour options, white and black.
Next in the series is the Canon PowerShot ELPH 130 IS which houses a DIGIC 4 Image Processor, a 3 inch LCD Screen that comes with an 8x-Optical Zoom with 28mm wide-angle lens, and 16-megapixel sensor. Just like the previous one, this PowerShot also houses the WiFi power. Not only this, the apple and Android users can also download Canon CameraWindow app2 from their respective app stores for a seamless wireless transfer of photos and videos from their camera to their mobile devices.
Canon PowerShot ELPH 130 IS will begin its sale from the US markets from February 2013 in $199. It will be launched with three different color options, namely red, grey and silver.
Apart from this, there has been an addition of two new cameras in its point and shoot range with Canon PowerShot A2600 and A1400.
Canon PowerShot A2600 sports a 16-megapixel sensor and 5x-Optical Zoom 28mm wide-angle lens. The camera can also capture videos in 720p HD. This camera to is scheduled to be available in February for $149.99. It will come in five colour options – black, silver, red, blue and pink.
Canon PowerShot A1400 comes with an optical viewfinder, 16-megapixel sensor with a DIGIC 4 Processor. It also has a 28mm wide-angle lens with 5x optical zoom and is equipped to capture HD Video. The PowerShot A1400 point and shoot digital camera is powered by two AA batteries and will retail for $109.99 starting February.
“Our new PowerShot models have advanced features that give photographers an enhanced high-quality imaging experience allowing them to fulfill their day-to-day photography needs, express their vision and tell their story with ease, at a great value,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies & Communication Group, Canon U.S.A.