|Canon PowerShot G7 X|
Canon once again upgraded its already successful PowerShot series with the addition of three new cameras: the G7X, the SX60 HS, and the N2.
The PowerShot G7X is the new premium compact in the G series. This 20.2-megapixel camera has a wide aperture bright lens and a sensor for clearer photographs even in low-light environments.
The G7X can also deliver macro shots from a minimum distance of 5 cm and can bring out a 'bokeh' effect on images due to its nine-blade circular aperture diaphragm. The lens can be zoomed for a maximum of 8.4x which is equivalent to a 24-100mm lens. This camera is also equipped with a 31-point autofocus to always deliver sharp images.
The functionality of this new Canon camera is smooth thanks to its Digic 6 processor and flexible shooting is possible through its 180-degree tilt touch screen LCD. Likewise, the G7X can be used to capture high-definition 60p MP4 movies. Sharing photos and videos are also made easy via near-field communication with the help of the Canon CameraWindow app. Also, the Canon PowerShot G7X has Wi-Fi connectivity which makes it easier to share images online.
|Canon PowerShot SX60 HS|
On the other hand, the PowerShot SX60 HS is ideal for sports photographers and frequent travelers. It has the highest zoom capability among point-and-shoot cameras at 65x and it can save images to as high as a 16.1-megapixel resolution.
This impressive zoom function allows ultra-wide angle shots from 21mm to 1365mm. This camera also has an advanced Zoom Framing Assist feature to maintain high image quality despite shooting from long distances.
Like the G7X, the SX60 HS can also shoot in macro mode. However, the latter has a Zoom Memory function to easily activate the last zoom or manual focus setting programmed by the user. The camera also serves as a video recorder with Manual Movie function so that users can optimize their preferred settings. Sound recording is also easier thanks to its external microphone terminal.
The Canon Powershot SX60 HS can also reach zoom resolutions of up to 130x away and has an electronic viewfinder. This camera is also equipped with NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities.
|Canon PowerShot N2|
Finally, the PowerShot N2 suits selfie lovers very well. This 16.1-megapixel Canon camera allows users to take photos at various angles. This camera has a tilt, 180-degree tilt so that users can shoot photos from various points of view. Users can also activate the Creative Shoot mode, which automatically converts an image into four video options: Special, Retro, Monochrome and Natural.
After selecting a category, pressing the record button enables the recording of a six-second video. Then, a video of up to 24 seconds long will be automatically generated after up to four clips have been put together. Like the G7X and the SX60 HS, the Canon PowerShot N2 also has built-in Wi-Fi and near field communication capability.
These cameras are now available in all Canon stores nationwide.