Canon Rolls Out New Cameras, Printer

From Macworld

Canon has taken the wraps off new consumer digital cameras, include two new Digital ELPH models, the PowerShot TX1 and two new PowerShot models. It's also introduced a new portable photo printer.

The PowerShot A560 and A570 IS both feature 4x optical zoom, 7.1 megapixel resolution and 2.5-inch LCDs.

The PowerShot TX1 is a combination digital still camera and camcorder. It features a 7.1 megapixel sensor and 10x optical zoom lens.

The newest 7.1 megapixel Digital Elph models in Canon’s lineup include the SD750 and SD1000. The SD750 features a “Touch Control” dial that lets you access operations like mode selection, ISO speed and more. It comes with a three-inch screen.

Canon also introduced the Pixma iP90v, a new portable photo printer that costs $249.99. The new printer is designed for mobile professionals and home users looking for a photo printer that’s easy to take on the road.

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TX 1 looks interesting.

Finally there is a device which possibly brings the best of the camera and the camcorder together. Will have to wait for reviews but this camera looks like a pretty cool all in one gadget (all ready I head it lacks any kind of wide angle shooting which is a little bit of a bummer). At least Canon is trying something different with this instead of just rolling out another compact digicam.

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