As well as announcing their new EOS Rebel T3 And T3i DSLR today Canon has also unveiled a new line of PowerShot point-and-shoot cameras equipped with GPS features.
Canon’s new line-up includes the Canon PowerShot SX230 HS, ELPH 500 HS, ELPH 300 HS and ELPH 100 HS each fitted with a 12.1-megapixel sensor and Canon’s DIGIC 4 Image Processor and ranging from $349 to $199 in price.
The Canon PowerShot SX230 28mm lens with 14x zoom and optical IS, and a 3.0-inch PureColor II G LCD as well as Movie Digest and iFrame movie modes.
The Canon ELPH 500 HS lacks any form of optical or electronic viewfinder, with all interaction taking place through its rear-panel PureColor II Touch LCD display and has a 4.4x optical zoom lens with equivalent focal lengths of 24-105mm.
The 300 HS will be $50 less than the 500 HS and feature an f2.7-5.9 24mm-equivalent ultrawide-angle lens with a 5x zoom and a 2.7-inch LCD in a very small body. At the bottom is the 100 HS with a 3-inch LCD and a 4x f2.8-5.9 28mm-equivalent wide-angle lens. It will sell for $199.99. All of the models can capture video in full HD.
Via SlashgearFiled Under: Camera News