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Four New Cameras From Canon!

Last week saw the announcement of three new cameras from Sony. Not to be outdone, this week Canon has announced the addition of three new cameras to its PowerShot line-up as well as a new EOS DSLR. Take a moment to learn more about the Canon PowerShot G15, the Canon PowerShot S110, the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS, and the Canon EOS 6D DSLR!

The Canon PowerShot G15 continues the G-series tradition of bringing some of the most advanced features to the PowerShot line-up. With a new 28mm wide-angle f/1.8 - f/2.8 lens that allows for up to 5x optical zoom, this camera is great at taking low-light shots or giving a dramatically shallow depth-of-field. The G15 also sports the DIGIC 5 image processor and newly-designed Canon 1/1.7-inch 12.1-megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS image sensor. With these sensors, the G15 can capture 1080p Full HD video and images in low-light settings with an ISO speed of up to 12800. Featuring the latest advancements in Canon's AF system, the G15 has enhancements to the High-Speed Burst Mode HQ which allows for continuous capture of up to 10 frames at 12.1-megapixels. When capturing video, an improved Stabilization IS reduces camera shake and delivers high-quality stable images and video. To learn more, head over to our Canon PowerShot G15 pre-order page and reserve yours today!

Next in the line-up is the Canon PowerShot S110. This camera comes with a 24mm wide-angle lens that allows for up to 5x optical zoom. A bright f/2.0 aperture is ideal for low-light images, soft backgrounds, or shallow depth-of-field. The DIGIC 5 image processor and the newly-designed 12.1 megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS image sensor further enhance low-light photographs up to a maximum ISO speed of 128000, much like the PowerShot G15. However, the S110 stands apart in that it has onboard WiFi which allows for images to be uploaded quickly and easily to the web or sent to a smartphone or computer without the need for bulky, tangled cords and cables! Head over to our Canon PowerShot S110 pre-order page to learn more about all of the features on this new camera and to reserve yours today!

The third camera in the PowerShot line-up is the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS. This high-end camera comes with a 50x optical zoom and a 24mm wide-angle lens with Optical Image Stabilization. To get the most out of the 50x zoom lens, this camera allows for the capture of 1080 Full HD video with stereo sound and optical zoom while recording. The SX50 HS also sports Canon's HS SYSTEM with the camera's image processor and CMOS image sensor working hand-in-hand to enhance low-light image quality at a maximum ISO speed of 6400. In addition, the SX50 HS carries Canon's AF system and enhanced High-Speed Burst HQ mode, a Zoom Framing Assist to help with those difficult overhead or low-angle shots, and a plethora of settings for the improved Smart AUTO mode. This camera can capture 12-bit RAW + JPEG files and comes with a hot shoe for optional accessories and lighting. To see the full array of what the PowerShot SX50 HS has for you, head over to our Canon PowerShot SX50 HS pre-order page and reserve yours today!

The very last camera Canon has announced is the Canon EOS 6D DSLR. This new EOS comes with a 20.2 megapixel image sensor and the latest in Canon's DIGIC 5+ image processors. This camera also boasts an 11-point AF array and 63-zone dual-layer iFCL metering sensor together with 1080p Full HD video capabilities, letting you capture the clearest and crispest shots and video to date. To help photographers capture the full potential of their creativity, the EOS 6D comes with a variety of creative modes ranging from HDR to Multiple Exposure, joined by the stalwarts of the EOS series, the Scene Intelligent Auto and special scene modes. Lastly, this DSLR comes with onboard WiFi allowing you to share or transfer your images without the need for cords and cables and without worrying that you'll run out of back-up space while in the field. To learn more, head over to our Canon EOS 6D pre-order page and reserve yours today!

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