Canon Powershot range gets new additions; SD1300 IS, SD1400 IS, SD3500 IS & SX210 IS

February 28, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The much sought after Powershot range from Canon has got a sprucing up. The camera-maker has brought to the fore some exciting additions to the line up, with features that spell a never-before advantage. The most significant aspect is that the new Canon Powershot line up comes catering to all budgets.

The ultimately wallet-friendly camera among the many in the line up is the 3.56 x 2.20 x 0.83in SD1300 IS, that comes for a cool $199.99. Boasting of a 4x optical zoom on its 28mm wide angle lens and a 1/2.3in CCD 12.1 megapixel sensor, the compact device comes with 230,000 dot 2.7in LCD display with an anti-reflective, scratch-resistant coating and a special night display for low light viewing and optical image stabilization. Canon has also thrown in a SDXC memory card support that takes care of added storage requirements.

Meanwhile, the 3.63 x 2.21 x 0.70 in SD1400 IS, which sells for $249.99, is a device that boasts of a 14.1 megapixels sensor boost. The camera which has been designed to shoot 720p HD video, comes with additions such as HDMI out and a couple of added shooting modes. The SD1400 IS may be seen as a higher end version of the SD1300 IS, but with similar features. The SD1300 IS and the SD1400 IS are being offered in a  range of exciting hues.

Yet another model, the SD3500 IS, boasts of 3.5in 460,000 dot touchscreen LCD display, a customizable menu screen and tilt image viewing capabilities. The 3.91 x 2.20 x 0.87in compact boasts of other features including a 1/2.3in CCD 14.1 megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, lens shift optical image stabilization, 720p HD video, SDXC memory compatibility and HDMI out. The SD3500 IS sports a $329.99 price tag.

The 4.17 x 2.33 x 1.26in SX210 IS is another model that completes the line up. Featuring a 1/2.3in CCD 14.1 megapixel sensor and 14x optical zoom (28 – 392mm equiv) with optical image stabilization, the new device comes across as a spruced up version of the earlier SX200 IS. Prominent additions include a pop-up flash, SDXC memory card support, Eye-Fi wireless connectivity, a 230,000 dot 3in LCD display, video recording button for the 720p HD video and HDMI out. The model is currently not available for you to pick up, but is expected to arrive this month itself for a price of $349.99. Which one is yours?

(Via Gizmag)

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