Cnet Asia has let slip details of the new highly anticipated Canon PowerShot G12 camera, the successor to Canon’s ageing G11.
The specifications on the site that have now be re-written included details of a 10-mega pixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, 2.8-inch tilt and swivel screen, manual exposure control, HD video (720p) video recording and optical image stabilisation.
Cnet’s original write-up on the Canon’s new camera featured a number of G12 mentions throughout the text, and a full-on specifications chart was captured below:
The G12 inherits all of the G11’s specifications such as the tilt and swivel LCD screen. Together with a new high dynamic range mode that allows you to take 3 consecutive shots and then combines them into a detail rich image.
Unfortunately there are no details on price or availability at the moment.
Via Canon Rumours