Canon gets creative with design features for the new PowerShot N

LAS VEGAS - Try to make a small point-and-shoot to compete with smartphones might be unnecessary at this stage, but it seems like Canon PowerShot N is designed for this.

A brand new PowerShot range, the ultra-compact body measuring N 3.1 inches wide by 2.4 inches high by 1.2 inches deep, with a portion of this goes to the screen thickness of 2.8 inch tilting touch, which can rotate up to 90 degrees so that you can more easily experiment with the positioning (and something you can not do with a smartphone).

To help further experimentation, Canon has reduced the typical combo shutter release lever / zoom PowerShot found on other, and went with control rings around its new 8x f3.0-5.9 28-224mm lens; an outer ring shutter control, while an inner ring works zooming.

N PowerShot introduced a new Creative shooting mode as well, which goes beyond typical effects and filters. Take a picture of something and the camera will automatically create five different versions using different color modes, cultures and styles in addition to saving the original photo. With a new Canon DIGIC 5 Image and a 12 megapixel sensor at high speed CMOS high sensitivity, it must be done quickly enough, for the new too.Also N is a mobile device the Login button. Using the built-in camera application in Wi-Fi and free Canon CameraWindow for iOS and Android, the button allows you to quickly wirelessly transfer photos and videos on a smartphone or tablet. N store PowerShot cameras is used regularly and faster connection and download. You'll even be able to comment on photos uploaded directly from the camera.

Judging by the size of the door of the battery compartment, N uses one tiny Canon rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, which do not provide the best battery life in your camera like the PowerShot Elph 520 HS. To fight against this, there is a new Eco mode that promises to approximately 30 percent longer battery life by dimming the screen and possibly extinguish after 10 seconds inactivity.Those simply interested in an ultra-compact with a 8x zoom and a Wi-Fi functionality to be able to get the Canon PowerShot Elph 130 IS in February at a price of $ 199.99. You save $ 100 from the N, passing specs but it is much less of a camera with a slower f3.2-6.9 28-224mm lens, former DIGIC 4 image processor, and a sensor 16-megapixel CCD.

Join the PowerShot Elph 130 IS in February are two models of the Series A, A2600 and A1400 of. Priced at $ 149.99 and $ 109.99, respectively, they have the same 16-megapixel sensor and processor Elph 130 IS, but switch to a 28mm lens and 5x lose Optical Image Stabilizer. The A2600 has a 3-inch LCD screen and a rechargeable battery, the A1400 has a smaller LCD screen and an optical viewfinder and is powered by two AA batteries.

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