Posts Tagged Canon

New Canon PowerShot A-series cameras to get HD recording

Canon has finally brought HD video recording to its popular PowerShot A series of digital cameras. The Japanese digital camera giant has just announced three new A-series cameras that are expected to allow high-definition recording. The new PowerShot A3200 IS, PowerShot A2200 and PowerShot A1200 cameras will capture video at 720p (1280×720-pixel) using H.264 (MPEG-4 […]

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Canon launches new 35X-optical-zoom digital compact camera

Photography giant Canon has announced a new member of its PowerShot SX digital camera range with a huge new 35x-optical zoom lens. The new PowerShot SX30 IS claims to be the world’s first digital compact camera to house such a high magnitude lens. The SX30 IS also features optical image stabilisation. The lens has a […]

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Canon develops world’s largest CMOS image sensor

If you’re one to complain that the image sensor in your digital camera isn’t big enough, you’re going to love what Canon has just announced. Imagine a CMOS image sensor where they don’t bother measuring the pixels, just the millimetres! The new image sensor measures a massive 202x205mm (that’s eight-inches by eight-inches) and is 40-times […]

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Canon launches XF105 and XF100 professional video cameras

Japanese electronics giant Canon has announced the release of two new professional video cameras in the new XF100 and XF105. Both weigh just 1.2kgs and measure 268x143mm. Video is captured in MPEG-2 format at Full HD (1920×1080-pixels) at 50Mbps to CompactFlash card storage. These also offer 4:2:2 colour sampling for higher colour detail. These cameras, […]

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Canon releases portable 600dpi A4 duplex scanner with ADF

Digital imaging specialist Canon has launched a new portable A4 page scanner. Called the imageFORMULA P-150, the new portable scanner can scan up to 15 pages per minute and incorporates an automatic document feeder (ADF) that holds up to 20 pages. It also incorporates simultaneous double-sided scanning. Provided the PC/notebook’s USB port can supply enough […]

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