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Canon PowerShot G1 X compact camera

Canon PowerShot G1 X compact camera

Review Canon’s ever-popular Powershot G-series has a new and exciting addition that promises to expand the line-up rather than just upgrade it. While the new Powershot G1 X keeps some of the looks and features of its predecessor – the G12 – it also departs from previous models in significant ways. Canon PowerShot G1 X compact camera …
Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Canon PowerShot S100 GPS compact camera

Review As the latest incarnation of Canon’s highly-regarded PowerShot S range of enthusiast-grade compact cameras, the new PowerShot S100 has a lot to live up to. Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera More than point and shoot: Canon's PowerShot S100 Where the S95 was a relatively minor upgrade to the very popular S90 reviewed …
Paul Monckton, 16 Mar 2012
Nikon Coolpix P7100 compact camera

Nikon Coolpix P7100 compact camera

Review Just over a year ago Nikon released the Coolpix P7000 to slug it out with Canon’s PowerShot G12. Both cameras appeal to the high-end consumer who wants most of the controls and features of a DSLR in the body of a compact. With the Coolpix P7100, Nikon introduces some welcome new features and tweaks including a tilting screen and …
Canon SX40 HS

Canon perks up Powershot pair

Canon has unveiled two additions to its Powershot cameras range, both powered by the latest Digic 5 image processor which enhances colour, reduces noise and increases white balance accuracy. First up is the PowerShot S100, a quality compact snapper that builds on the S90/S95 heritage of good low light sensitivity and manual …
Caleb Cox, 16 Sep 2011
Canon PowerShot G11

Canon PowerShot G11

Review The G11 is an intimidating camera. Hand it to someone inexperienced and it's likely they'll hand it straight back. The top is scattered with dials controlling everything from the shooting mode, exposure compensation and even - unusually - ISO. Canon Powershot G11 This is a double-edged sword. On the one hand it makes the G11 …
Dave Stevenson, 12 Apr 2010

Canon slashes megapixels from next-gen PowerShot

Canon has introduced its latest PowerShot camera: the G11, which replaces the existing G10. The first thing to note about the G11 is that Canon’s significantly reduced the number of megapixels between the two models. Whereas the G10 featured a 14.7Mp CCD sensor, the G11 is actually only a 10Mp camera. That's no bad thing. The …
James Sherwood, 20 Aug 2009
Canon PowerShot G10

Canon PowerShot G10

Review Camera manufacturers are forever searching for the Holy Grail. They know there’s a vast army of people out there who want a camera that’s small enough to slip into a pocket, but which also delivers top-notch performance that’s closer to a digital SLR than a compact. Canon PowerShot G10 Canon's PowerShot G10: photo geek …
George Cole, 20 Feb 2009

Canon PowerShot SX110 IS

Review Canon seems to release a new Digital Ixus camera every few months or so, but it has been more restrained when it comes to its PowerShot range. Take the PowerShot SX110 IS. It’s the successor to the PowerShot SX100 IS, which was launched back in autumn 2007. As the name suggests, the SX110 is more an evolutionary camera than a …
George Cole, 14 Oct 2008

Canon shows off Spring Collection

This morning in London, Canon showed off its Spring collection for 2008, comprising of 16 new products in total, including four new compact cameras and a new DLSR. The new additions to Canon's cluster of compacts are the Digital IXUS 80 IS, the PowerShot A590 IS, the PowerShot A580 and the PowersShot A470. Canon Digital IXUS …
Scott Snowden, 24 Jan 2008

Canon PowerShot A460 compact camera

Review Quality used to cost. We all know that whenever we bought a consumer electronics product, part of what we paid went on the brand name. Well, things have changed and the Canon PowerShot A460 is sure testament to this, and a snip at just £70, the A460 is very much a budget-priced product. At this price, quite a few compromises …
Rob Thomas, 19 Dec 2007

Canon bulks out compact cam range

Canon has spent all its ammo in a single burst and launched not one, but five new compact digital cameras. The selection seems to offer something for almost every amateur snapper, with models ranging from a 12.1-megapixel job with scratch-resistant LCD screens to an eight-megapixel camera for less-advanced users. Canon_SD950 …
James Sherwood, 21 Aug 2007

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