Smartphone cameras have gotten so good—and sharing photos from them has gotten so easy—that in most situations, a simple point-and-shoot camera seems like an unnecessary inconvenience.
The new Canon Powershot ELPH 530 HS will be the first Canon camera with built-in Wi-Fi capabilities. That means you'll be able to wirelessly upload photos to the Internet as well as to transfer media directly to mobile devices.
You've got pockets, Canon's got cameras for 'em. The PowerShot ELPH 500 HS is the touchscreen-sporting successor to the affordable low-light champ SD4000 IS, and the SX230 HS has 14x optical zoom and GPS to keep you all orientated.
The Canon PowerShot SD4000, the company's first compact with a back-lit CMOS sensor, achieves an elusive point-and-shoot camera feat: crisp, clean nighttime photography. And it's not even that expensive.
Canon released two new compact ELPH cameras today; the 12.1 mega-pixel PowerShot SD950, and the 8.0 mega-pixel PowerShot SD870. The SD950 is the top-of-the-line, titanium-bodied, 3.7x optical zoom model, which should retail for $449.99. The SD870 is a more affordable version with a smaller 8.0 mega-pixel resolution,…
If Canon's EOS 30D Digital SLR is way too much camera for your purposes but you'd still like one that lets you transmit photos over WiFi, perhaps you should consider the latest addition to their ELPH/IXUS line, the Canon PowerShot SD430 Wireless. Some quick specs: 5.0 MP, 3x optical zoom lens, two inch LCD, weighs…