PowerShot Announcements.

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<strong>LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., August 23, 2011 –</strong> Today’s tech-savvy consumers expect to have a photo-capturing device always at hand that is adept at producing exquisite images and video without sacrificing quality. Delivering these users’ must-haves, Canon U.S.A., a leader in digital imaging, announced three new PowerShot Digital cameras that capture beautiful still images and great high-definition video: the PowerShot SX150 IS, the PowerShot ELPH 510 HS (the world’s thinnest digital camera with 12x optical zoom and a 28mm wide-angle lens1) and the PowerShot ELPH 310 HS. Built to handle a wide range of shooting situations with ease and accuracy, each camera is equipped with features such as impressive zoom, a new Intelligent Image Stabilization (IS) system, Smart AUTO with 32 shooting scenes, High-Speed Burst mode and HD video capture. The ELPH 510 HS and ELPH 310 HS Digital cameras also include Canon’s renowned HS SYSTEM to handle shooting in low light.</p>
<p>“With a strong reputation of imaging excellence, Canon incorporates acclaimed quality, design innovation and intuitive engineering into each product,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Canon U.S.A. “With the inclusion of advanced features, such as the HS SYSTEM and HD video in these new PowerShot cameras, we continue to reach new levels of performance and design to satisfy our users.”</p>
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<div id="attachment_7009" class="wp-caption aligncenter" style="width: 530px"><img class="size-full wp-image-7009" title="SX150is-001" src="http://www.canonrumors.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/SX150is-001.jpg" alt="" width="520" height="360" /><p class="wp-caption-text">PowerShot SX150 IS</p></div>
<p><strong>The Canon PowerShot SX150 IS Digital camera

</strong>The PowerShot SX150 IS Digital camera is equipped with a 12x optical zoom with 28mm wide-angle lens, 720p HD video recording, Intelligent IS and Smart AUTO. The PowerShot SX150 IS Digital camera also features a 14.1-megapixel CCD sensor and Canon’s DIGIC 4 Image Processor. This new camera includes manual-shooting capabilities, such as aperture priority and shutter priority for optimal artistic control that any photography aficionado will appreciate. The PowerShot SX150 IS Digital camera includes a discreet-shooting mode to help ensure a low disturbance when capturing photos, and a 3-inch LCD screen for easy viewing and scrolling through menus. Available in black and red, the PowerShot SX150 IS Digital camera is scheduled to be available at the beginning of September for an estimated retail price of $249.99.</p>
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<div id="attachment_7010" class="wp-caption aligncenter" style="width: 530px"><img class="size-full wp-image-7010" title="IXUS-1100-HS-BEAUTY-ALL-COLOURS-001" src="http://www.canonrumors.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/IXUS-1100-HS-BEAUTY-ALL-COLOURS-001.jpg" alt="" width="520" height="360" /><p class="wp-caption-text">PowerShot ELPH 510 HS</p></div>
<p><strong>The Canon PowerShot ELPH 510 HS

</strong>The PowerShot ELPH 510 HS Digital camera features a 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor with a 12x optical zoom and 28mm wide-angle lens, Canon’s HS SYSTEM and 1080p Full HD video recording. The ELPH 510 HS Digital camera also includes a High-Speed Burst mode, Intelligent IS and Smart AUTO. Available in red, black, and silver, this camera has a 3.2-inch wide, touch-panel LCD screen, offering fast and easy menu navigation. The ELPH 510 HS Digital camera also has Touch Shutter, simply touch the screen where you want to focus and release your finger to take a photo. The ELPH 510 HS Digital camera is scheduled to be available at the beginning of October for the estimated retail price of $349.99.</p>
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<div id="attachment_7011" class="wp-caption aligncenter" style="width: 530px"><img class="size-full wp-image-7011" title="IXUS-230-HS-BEAUTY-ALL-COLOURS-001" src="http://www.canonrumors.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/IXUS-230-HS-BEAUTY-ALL-COLOURS-001.jpg" alt="" width="520" height="360" /><p class="wp-caption-text">Canon PowerShot 310 HS</p></div>
<p><strong>The Canon PowerShot ELPH 310 HS

</strong>The PowerShot ELPH 310 HS Digital camera has a 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor with an 8x optical zoom and 28mm wide-angle lens, Canon’s HS SYSTEM and 1080p Full HD video recording. The ELPH 310 HS Digital camera features a High-Speed Burst mode, Intelligent IS and improved Smart AUTO. The ELPH 310 HS Digital camera includes a 3-inch LCD screen and comes in five vibrant colors: purple, blue, pink, green and silver. The ELPH 310 HS Digital camera is scheduled to be available at the beginning of October for an estimated retail price of $259.99.</p>
<p><strong>The Canon HF-DC2 High-Power Flash

</strong>To further enhance the built-in flash of the PowerShot lineup, Canon has developed the HF-DC2 High-Power Flash , which increases the effective flash range up to approximately 30 feet and supports 24mm wide-angle shooting with the wide-panel attachment. The HF-DC2 automatically fires in-sync with the camera’s built-in flash and operates wirelessly to capture subjects at twice the range of the camera’s built-in flash. The HF-DC2 includes a mounting bracket that attaches to the camera, but it can also be hand-held or mounted on a tripod. The HF-DC2 High-Power Flash is scheduled to be available in December for an estimated retail price of $149.99.</p>
 

neuroanatomist

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Jul 21, 2010
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Yawn. ::)

Except for...

Canon Rumors said:
The Canon HF-DC2 High-Power Flash
There've been a few rumors about a new flash coming from Canon. Just like the 'new cameras in August' turned out to be PowerShots (and not even an S95 replacement, did I mention, yawn?), maybe this is the rumored special and awesome new flash from Canon. A whopping 30' range. Wow. It's even wireless (ok, it's an optical slave, but still...). Double yawn.
 

LuCoOc

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Nothing exciting - everyting as expected, but at least they start to announce products again. It will be interessting if they can deliver them at the time frame they mentioned (EF8-15 and Big Whites - BUMMER)
 

pedro

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Well, then. CR guy promised us over at FB that we are all going to be happy in October...Hope the next big Canon DSLR will be announced and rock the house. That is what I refer to "another one". There's joy in the waiting...;-) Cheers.
 

dstppy

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Connecticut . . . ish.
This stuff was announced today, available on Amazon for pre-order with no release date . . .

Can we start a betting pool on how long it takes reviews to start coming in on specs alone? :D

Seriously, at least they're starting new releases again -- it's not THAT bad.
 

gmrza

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neuroanatomist said:
There've been a few rumors about a new flash coming from Canon. Just like the 'new cameras in August' turned out to be PowerShots (and not even an S95 replacement, did I mention, yawn?), maybe this is the rumored special and awesome new flash from Canon. A whopping 30' range. Wow. It's even wireless (ok, it's an optical slave, but still...). Double yawn.
It may be a yawn for DSLR users, but it is intriguing that Canon are positioning off-camera flash as an option for P&S users. Yes, I understand most users will just use it for extra flash power, but it has the possibility to be used more creatively as well. I wonder if it will succeed as a product - most of the target market have probably never heard of the existence of off-camera flash. I will be intrigued to see whether it really turns out to be usable and whether it sells.

(OK, the HF-DC1 wasn't exactly a killer product, so I wonder if the HF-DC2 will follow in its footsteps.)
 
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Holy Trinity

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BS. Where is the S95 replacement ?

Who cares about mid-range P&S ?
 
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bimbobo

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..so no replacement for the SX30IS...

It's almsot one year ago now...
No 1080HD, bad burst shooting, bad low low light..
I think is the only one of the "new competitors" that has not improved this features and some others.

I really hoped to see a new bridge SZ.

regards
 
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steves

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Really, does anyone reading this forum even care about this point-and-shoot crap? A new RAW-shooting compact with full manual controls would be another story...

Not to be critical of CR, but I suspect there aren't even many readers interested in developments in the Rebel line.
Just saying...
 
J

Jakes

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bimbobo said:
..so no replacement for the SX30IS...

It's almsot one year ago now...
No 1080HD, bad burst shooting, bad low low light..
I think is the only one of the "new competitors" that has not improved this features and some others.

I really hoped to see a new bridge SZ.

regards
Nikon have there announcement tomorrow. Hopefully they announce that the P500 "next version" will come with RAW otherwise there is just the Lumix for the time being.
 

KyleSTL

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They seriously went from:

500HS - 24-105mm f/2.0-5.8 with Tv, Av, and M
to
510HS - 28-336mm f/3.4-5.9 without Tv, Av, or M

The moms and pops walking into BB will be very impressed by the new and 'improved' 12X zoom (don't get me wrong, I think it's quite impressive they crammed a 12x into a camera that thin). Sacrificing 1.5 stops and the short end of the zoom - BAD idea. However, hidden in the unimpressive specs are the facts that this P&S lens contains a UD element and multiple aspericals.
1 UD lens, 1 double-sided aspherical lens, 1 single-sided aspherical UA lens, 1 light-folding prism
That I find a little impressive. Anyone know what a 'light-folding' prism is, and how it could be used in this camera?
 

YoukY63

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KyleSTL said:
They seriously went from:

500HS - 24-105mm f/2.0-5.8 with Tv, Av, and M
to
510HS - 28-336mm f/3.4-5.9 without Tv, Av, or M

The moms and pops walking into BB will be very impressed by the new and 'improved' 12X zoom (don't get me wrong, I think it's quite impressive they crammed a 12x into a camera that thin). Sacrificing 1.5 stops and the short end of the zoom - BAD idea. However, hidden in the unimpressive specs are the facts that this P&S lens contains a UD element and multiple aspericals.
1 UD lens, 1 double-sided aspherical lens, 1 single-sided aspherical UA lens, 1 light-folding prism
That I find a little impressive. Anyone know what a 'light-folding' prism is, and how it could be used in this camera?
That a naming problem in US I guess. In Europe this model is called 1100 HS, and replace the 1000 HS that had the same kind of performances:
zoom 10x (36-360 mm f/3.4-5.6)
sensor CMOS BSI 10MP
non tactile screen, 230000 pixels

So in Europe the naming is logical and it is actually a quite interesting upgrade. ;)

About the light-folding prism: to keep the body as thin as possible, they did not put the sensor in the back of the lens as usually, but on the side below the shutter button. The prism is then trnasmitting the light from the lens to the sensor with an angle of (probably) 90 degrees, just like it happens with the OVF of your reflex camera.
 
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Mega

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steves said:
Really, does anyone reading this forum even care about this point-and-shoot crap? A new RAW-shooting compact with full manual controls would be another story...

Not to be critical of CR, but I suspect there aren't even many readers interested in developments in the Rebel line.
Just saying...
I am. I mostly lurk because I don't have a lot to add to discussions, but I am not ready to jump into the DSLR market, but I feel I have outgrown my pocket-sized point and shoot. So I am highly interested in the SX30 replacement. So I check Canon Rumors often to see when it's announced and what the specs will be.