Canon Announces the New PowerShots of 2012
Canon has announced the introduction of its newest PowerShot models, the PowerShot G1 X, the PowerShot ELPH 520 HS and ELPH 110 HS.
All three models will use Canon's DIGIC 5 image processor into the HS SYSTEM. Achieving better quality images in low-light settings, boasting faster operation and providing improved color accuracy, the DIGIC 5 image processor ensures users are able to produce high-quality images in the most difficult of lighting conditions. The processor will also enable the PowerShot G1 X camera to utilize the High-Speed Burst HQ2 feature allowing photographers to shoot images at high speeds at full resolution to capture the perfect moving shot. Additionally, to ensure images are crisp and clear, advanced noise reduction and a smarter multi-area White Balance can be utilized to achieve accurate color reproduction for a balanced image.
The PowerShot G1 X Digital Camera will feature the largest sensor to date for a Canon point-and-shoot model. The camera has a brand new, large 1.5-inch (18.7 x 14mm), 14.3-megapixel High-Sensitivity Canon CMOS sensor, delivering shallow depth of field, a wide dynamic range, an ISO range of up to 12800 and incredible light gathering ability helping to ensure brilliant images in even tough low-light conditions. Featuring an amazing Canon lens with 4X Optical Zoom, an aperture of f/2.8 to f/16 for beautiful images when shooting portraits and amazing clarity when shooting landscapes along with wide-angle capabilities starting at 28mm, shoot in 1080p HD and more. This camera will be available in Feburary with a msrp of $799.99
The PowerShot ELPH 520 HS camera will feature a 10.1-megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor along with being the world's thinnest a 12X Optical Zoom lens, ISO range of up to 3200 and wide-angle capabilities starting at 28mm. For photographers on the move, and also has Full HD 1080p video capture capabilities. This camera will be available in Feburary with a msrp of $299.99
The PowerShot ELPH 110 HS is the ideal camera for new photographers. With a 5X Optical Zoom lens and wide-angle capabilities beginning at 24mm, this camera provides the user with the ability to fit an entire landscape or a specific area of a subject into one shot. The camera also features a16-megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS Sensor, ISO range of up to 3200, 3.0-inch wide LCD and Full HD 1080p video capture for brilliant, high resolution quality. High-Speed Burst mode has also been included for continuous shooting up to 5.8 frames per second. This camera will be available in Feburary with a msrp of $249.99.