The teens and tweens will now get a digital camera especially designed for them from none other than a very reputed company in the digital imaging scenario, Canon USA.
Expanding its line of PowerShot Digital camera, Canon announce the new PowerShot E1 digital camera, which it claims is stylish and easy-to-use. The PowerShot E1 understands the youth’s needs of a perfect shot in a ‘slumber party’ or a hot concert or even the cap-gown moments and hence claims to be very intuitive.
The E1 camera comes in ‘colorful, playful’ look with a rounded and curvy body. Packed in it is the 10mp resolution, 4x optical zoom, optical image stabilizations, face detection technology and easy mode.
The Easy mode and Scene mode include 17 shooting modes for the teens and tweens to capture every shot with ease and in the way they want it. The other technical details include a 2.5-inch LCD, DIGIC III image processor and video recording capabilities.
“Canon keeps photography fun and inspiring for memory-seekers of all ages by producing a camera that is relevant to a younger market,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon U.S.A. “With our new E-series line of products, Canon is offering the opportunity to experience the joy of digital photography, with the style, quality and price-point they can afford.”
Available in pink, blue and white colors, the camera is powered by AA batteries. The Canon PowerShot E1 digital camera is suggested to be priced at $199.99 and will hit the markets by mid-September.