Three new compacts have been added to Canons PowerShot range, in the form of the A1100 IS and the A2100 IS, as well as a waterproof D10 model.rn
Three new compacts have been added to Canon’s PowerShot range, in the form of the A1100 IS and the A2100 IS, as well as a waterproof D10 model.
The two new A-series models replace the A1000 IS and A2100 IS respectively, and incorporate Canon’s Scene Recognition technology for ‘excellent results without effort’.
Both cameras are powered by Canon’s DIGIC 4 processing engine, and capture images with 12.1MP sensors. While the A1100 IS features a 4x optical zoom, the A2100 IS extends this to 6x, though, as their names suggest, both are fitted with Image Stabilisation technology.
A further difference between the two is that the former features a 2.5in LCD screen, while the latter increases this to 3in. Both cameras also feature Motion Detection and Face Detection technologies, as well as the i-Contrast feature that is said to help bring out shadow detail.
The PowerShot D10, meanwhile, is Canon’s first digital waterproof camera, and also features a 12.1MP sensor. Waterproof to 10m and shockproof to 1.22m, it can also be used in conditions as low as -10°C as well as in dusty environments safely, while its 2.5in LCD screen has been primed with a protective 2mm shield.
For further information on all the new models visit www.canon.co.uk
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