The first touch screen IXUS with widescreen and an ultra-slim IXUS 100

The IXUS 120IS is Canon’s slimmest wide-angle compact to date featuring a 28mm lens with 4x optical zoom. It also sports a 12.1MP sensor and 2.7in PureColour LCD II screen. This bears a huge resemblance to the previous IXUS 100IS and, though it doesn’t replace this model, is clearly a progression. The camera comes in a choice of four colours: Black, Blue, Brown and Silver.

The IXUS 200IS features an impressive 3in touchscreen display on the rear, in a widescreen 16:9 format. This allow you to literally point at what you want to focus on, and to use your finger to tag, rotate, erase or protect images in review mode. There’s also a full functional standard menu that can be accessed via the regular four way pad should you wish. The 200IS features an impressive 24mm wide angle lens with 5x optical zoom, a 12.1MP sensor, and comes in a choice of Blue, Gold, Purple or Silver. 

Both cameras will be available from September priced £299 and £329 for the IXUS 120IS and 200IS respectively. For more information visit the Canon website

 

Canon IXUS 120IS 

Canon IXUS 120IS

Canon IXUS 120IS

Canon IXUS 120IS

Canon IXUS 200IS  

Canon IXUS 200IS

Canon IXUS 200IS 

Canon IXUS 200IS

  • Mike

    Bought my 120 for a trip to S.E. Asia, hot and humid at times but never missed a shot, coming up to 4000 images taken.

  • Pavol from Slovakia

    I bought for IXUS 100 and its absolutely perfect!
    I did more than 400 pictures in Cuba in brilliant quality!

  • Markl

    I purchased one of these lovely looking cameras. Afetr 3-4 months it stopped working, after insepection by Canon they said ‘moisture’ had got in. Apparently, and according to the manual, the camera is not ‘weatherproof’ and should not be used in ‘hot countries’.