At CES 2014 this week Canon has taken the wraps of its new Canon PowerShot N100 compact camera, which it has equipped with a 12 megapixel CMOS sensor combined with their latest DIGIC 6 processor.
The Canon PowerShot N100 compact camera is priced at $350 and comes with a 5 times f/1.8-5.7 (24-120mm) optically stabilised zoom lens and on the rear sports a 3-inch, 922k-dot touchscreen for menu navigation and on the fly basic image editing.
The touchscreen on the Canon PowerShot N100 can be flipped up 90 degrees to make it easier to taken certain types of photos and Canon has also included support for wireless and NFC connectivity. Allowing you to tap the camera against your Android powered smartphone or tablet to easily transfer your photographs.
The main feature of the new Canon PowerShot N100 compact camera though is its rear facing camera that allows you to easily take selfies when required, allowing users to capture their own face as they take video or pictures using the front facing camera.
The Canon PowerShot N100 compact camera will be arriving in stores during May and will be priced at $350.