Canon’s newest tremendous-zoom digital camera packs a 40x lens and a low worth
Canon is decided to go away no digital camera area of interest uncovered, it appears. Only a month after it kicked out an avalanche of PowerShot level-and-shoots, it is again with two extra that fill what few holes are left. The SX410 IS tremendous-zoom is the darling of the 2, and improves on the nonetheless-younger SX400 IS with a fair longer-ranged 40x stabilized lens and a sharper 20.2-megapixel sensor for a modest $280 — barely greater than the $250 SX400, however arguably a greater deal when you simply need to rise up-shut photographs. There’s sadly no WiFi or NFC, although, and you will have to be content material with recording 720p films. The SX410 IS ought to hit outlets in March.
The PowerShot ELPH 350 HS, in the meantime, is extra of an easy alternative for final yr’s 340 HS compact cam. You will nonetheless get a 12x stabilized lens, 1080p video, WiFi and NFC, however you now have a better-decision 20.2-megapixel sensor to deliver out extra element. The 350 HS will arrive in April, and its $210 worth makes it ever so barely costlier than its predecessor.
Edgar Alvarez contributed to this report.