CES 2014: A Look at the New Canon PowerShot Cameras [VIDEO]

In this video, Larry Becker, from the Kelby Media Group, takes a look at the new PowerShot cameras that Canon released at CES 2014: the N100, SX600 HS, and the ELPH 340 HS.

Customer Review Highlights of the Canon G15

With a maximum aperture of f/1.8, a 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor and a DIGIC 5 image processor, the Canon PowerShot G15 is a formidable little shooter that fits in a coat pocket. But don't take my word for it. When you're looking for an objective opinion about how good (or bad) a product is, the Customer Reviews section on the B&H website is an invaluable resource. We spent some time reading through the reviews on the G15, and collected some highlights in this post.

Canon Powershot SD4500 IS

The Canon Powershot SD4500 IS Digital ELPH with a 10-Megapixel CMOS sensor is sensitive from ISO 125 to 3200 using Canon’s newest digital imaging core, the DIGIC 4 processor. This camera will shoot from 15 seconds to 1 4000th of a second, and it has an F/3.4, 10x Canon Zoom lens.

A First Look at Canon's PowerShot G11 & S90

Ever since the introduction of the 3.3Mp PowerShot G1 in 2000, most every succeeding G-series digicam has boasted an ever-increasing pixel count. The G10 capped them all at 14.7Mp. But with the new Canon PowerShot G11, Canon's engineers have reverted to a 10Mp imaging sensor, which contains about a third fewer – albeit larger - pixels than the G10. So, the $64,000 question: How does this pixel-shrinkage impact image quality?'

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