Some low-end Canon cameras actually share more than just the name and some internals with their high-end Canon DSLR brothers. They share DIGIC II image processing chips, which can support RAW format and some various other advanced features, and can be unlocked by getting a CHDK firmware onto the camera. The suite shouldn't destroy you phone like replacing a phone's firmware, but it's not going to enhance your pictures to DSLR levels either—most of that comes from the lens. [Linux via Wired via BBG]