Canon announces PowerShot G12 and PowerShot SX30 IS digital cameras

Canon today announced two new addition to its PowerShot point-and shoot lineup digital cameras – the PowerShot G12 and PowerShot SX30 IS. The compact G12 is capable to record 720p/30 HD videos with the High Sensitivity SYSTEM, a powerful combination of a high-sensitivity 10.0 Megapixel CCD sensor and DIGIC 4 processor.

Other features include 2.8-inch with 461,000 dots of resolution tilt and swivel LCD display, 28mm wide-angle 5x optical zoom lens with Optical Image Stabilization, RAW shooting, SDXC card compatibility and High Dynamic Range (HDR) scene mode, allowing multiple shots to be combined into one image. It will available in October for $499.99.

Canon PowerShot G12


The other one PowerShot SX30 IS Digital camera, Canon claims that is the world’s first point-and-shoot model to feature a 35X-Wide Angle Optical Zoom lens with Optical Image Stabilization and Ultrasonic (USM) and Voice Coil (VCM) motors for fast, accurate and silent zooming, that will allow to capture memorable scenes even from farthest side of the beach:). In the heart of the camera is a 14.1-Megapixel sensor and DIGIC 4 image processor, also pack a 2.7-inch wide vari-angle LCD, It also offers 720p HD recording, Smart Auto in Movie mode, Zoom Framing Assist button, that  allows to zoom out, find the subject and then zoom back in, Fish-eye, Miniature, Poster and Super Vivid modes, HDMI port, SDHC and SDXC memory cards supports and has a and Lithium ion rechargeable battery. The estimated selling price of the PowerShot SX30 IS is $429.99 and will be available in late September.

Canon PowerShot SX30IS

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