Canon has taken care of the DSLR side of things with their latest announcement, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be rolling out anything for the consumer side of things. Here we are with the PowerShot ELPH 500 HS to begin with, where it sports a touchscreen display as well, while the SX230 HS will come with 14x optical zoom and GPS to make sure you can remember where you’ve shot that particular image many years down the road.
The 12.1-megapixel shooter known as the PowerShot Elph 500 HS will continue where the SD4000 IS left off, delivering respectable low-light shooting without breaking the bank at $300 a pop, bringing along with it a brighter, F2.0 lens, a 3.2″ touchscreen display, 32 smart auto scenes, 1080p video recording and a new movie digest mode.
As for the SX230 HS, this 12-megapixel shooter carries with it 14x optical zoom and GPS support, 1080p video recording capability and a movie digest mode as well, retailing for $350 a pop when it arrives at the end of next month.
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