Canon adds ultra-compact 10x zoom PowerShot range to 2013

Canon PowerShot Elph line is still in transition from 2012 to 2013 models with the new Elph 330 HS is only the second model to appear again.

The ultracompact Elph 330 HS has a 10x f3.0-6.9 24-240mm lens, one of Canon's high-sensitivity 12-megapixel CMOS sensor and a 3-inch 460K-dot-resolution LCD.

The device also has a Wi-Fi feature that allows you to wirelessly transfer photos and video clips directly on the Android or iOS devices. You can comment on photos uploaded to Facebook directly from the camera, too, even though I'm not entirely sure why you want to do, especially in the absence of a touchscreen.

The camera is also quite a simple point-and-shoot with options for shooting mostly automatic, including Canon's Smart Auto uses the settings based on 58 scene types. A new hybrid car is included, too, which combines video and Summary Canon Smart Auto.

Whenever you take a picture up to four seconds of HD video are captured before the shooting. At the end of the day, all clips are combined into a single video summarizing your day of shooting.

The PowerShot Elph 330 HS hits stores in March for $ 229.99.

Also join the lineup in the HS 330 is $ 169.99 Elph PowerShot Elph 115 is. This is the same as the 130 IS Elph announced at CES 2013, but without Wi-Fi. It has a 16 megapixel CCD sensor, an 8x f3.2-6.9 28-224mm lens and 3-inch LCD.

Finally, Canon PowerShot A2500 introduced the entry level, which is the same as the A2600 announced at CES, but it has a 2.7-inch LCD screen instead of the 3 inch LCD A2600. The change reduces the price of $ 20 129.99.

The Elph 115 is available in March, while the A2500 comes in April.
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