Japanese digital imaging company Canon has released the latest model in its IXUS category in the new IXUS 300. The new model combines a high-sensitivity CMOS (complimentary metal-oxide silicon) image sensor with 10-megapixel (10MP) resolution and Canon’s DiG!C 4 image processor.

It has an open f/2.0 lens with 3.8X-optical zoom and offers a burst speed mode of up to 8.4frames per second (capturing images at a reduced 2.5MP).

The IXUS 300 has two video modes – an HD capture option (although Canon has not specified the exact resolution) that can be output through the camera’s HDMI output to a big-screen TV. It also has a SuperSlowMotion capture mode, which captures video at 240frames per second (240fps), allowing it to be replayed at 30fps for clearer slow-motion video.

The new camera will come in silver, black and red and be available nationally in Australia in late May.

The recommended retail price is yet to be confirmed while the new camera will come in silver, black and red and be available nationally in Australia in late May.

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