Canon has added three new cameras called SD890 IS, SD790 IS and SD770 IS Digital ELPH to its PowerShot range. All the latest cameras boast of a humungous 10MP resolution.
Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon U.S.A. said, “The Canon PowerShot SD890 IS, SD790 IS and SD770 IS Digital ELPH cameras carry on the trend-setting traditions and extend the boundaries of technological ease and the individual sense of style that has always been at the heart of the ELPH line up.”
The key features of the Canon SD890 IS Digital ELPH camera are:
In addition, the PowerShot SD890 IS Digital ELPH model incorporates the ability to expand the focusing range from a maximum wide-angle equivalent of a 37mm lens to its maximum optical telephoto equivalent of a 185mm lens, thereby enhancing the user flexibility. Furthermore SD890 can also secure macro images from less than an inch away from the subject, making amazing, high-resolution nature shots as elementary as point and shoot.
The main features of the Canon SD790 IS Digital ELPH camera are:
The salient features of the slim Canon SD770 IS Digital ELPH camera are:
Canon SD890 IS, SD790 IS and SD770 IS Digital ELPH include the company’s intelligent anti-blur system, Optical Image Stabilization, Motion Detection technology, Hi-ISO Auto, Noise Reduction technology, Face Detection Technology, DIGIC III Imaging Processor and Eye Correction.
Slated to be available by early April, the Canon PowerShot SD890 IS, SD790 IS and SD770 IS Digital ELPH cameras will be priced at $399.99, $349.99 and $299.99 respectively.