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Just when you thought Canon already spent its Powershot load for the year, here's another one, and this time, it's wireless. That's right, the Canon Powershot SD430 Wireless has wireless support, with an antenna built right into the camera. But before you get all excited that you'll be able to post your high-quality pics to Flickr with ease, the "wireless" here just means you'll be able to wirelessly transmit photos from your camera to your computer. Still, it's not a bad start — you can transmit your already taken photos, or have it "auto Transfer" immediately when you take a photo. You can also print out the images automatically, and operate the shutter from the computer. It's a 5.3 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, a 2.0-inch LCD, an "ultra-high refractive index glass molded aspherical lens,"—which means it has a lens—and the processing power of DIGIC II.

Price and availability are unknown right now, more as we get it.

Canon Powershot SD430 Wireless [Letsgodigital]