Friday, August 21, 2009


Canon has introduced their newest digital camera, the Powershot G11. The camera will replace their popular G10 compact digital camera that has found a niche with both amateur and professional photographers.

The camera has a similar look with the biggest change being the lcd screen on the camera back. It drops slightly smaller in size to 2.8" but is now articulated for a variety of shooting angles. The camera steps down to 10 megapixels but adds improved color management with Canon's latest chip the Digic 4. It has a bevy other features from a 28-140mm zoom to face detection to an improved low-light sensitivity with speeds of ISO 3200. The camera is scheduled to hit stores in October and retail for about $500.00. Stay tuned for any user reports I come across.

1 comment:

RGS said...

$500? no thanks canon.
you can buy a beginner dslr outfit for that price if you shop around.
too much money for a point and shoot.