Canon shoots out new camera series at CES
The new PowerShot A3200 IS, A2200 and A1200 incorporate an array of new and existing features that ensure users can shoot great quality photos and movies with ease.
In another significant first for the PowerShot A-series range, Canon has announced the addition of the Creative Filter Mode, a feature previously exclusive to higher-end models.
The new cameras also feature Canon’s Intelligent Flash Exposure technology which automatically detects whether flash is required and adjusts the flash output, shutter speed, aperture and ISO speed accordingly to best suit the photo being taken.
Intelligent Flash Exposure technology reduces problems such as shadow on faces, flash not reaching the subject or highlight blow-outs.
Both the PowerShot A3200 IS and A2200 feature a 14.1 megapixel sensor while the PowerShot A1200 features a 12.1 megapixel sensor, ensuring quality images.
Supporting this is a 5 x Optical Zoom Canon Lens for the PowerShot A3200 IS and a 4 x Optical Zoom Canon Lens for both the PowerShot A2200 and A1200.
Users can now get closer to the action capturing greater quality images in a slim and compact camera. The PowerShot A3200 IS (RRP $TBC), PowerShot A2200 (RRP $TBC) and PowerShot A1200 (RRP $TBC) will be available from February/March 2011 through Canon dealers nationally.