Canon Digital Camera: Capture, Publish, And Distribute.
A lot of people across the country know Canon as a maker of cameras and computers. Canon makes a lot of different things, like copiers, printers, lenses, camcorders, electronics, and of course digital cameras.
A new high-end Canon digital camera is called the PowerShot S2 IS. This is a Canon digital camera with 5 mega pixels and a 12x manual zoom and a 4x digital zoom. The IS in S2 IS stands for “Optical Image Stabilizer.” This baby has one and it stops camera shakes for people whose hands aren’t steady or for taking pictures. The UD lens in this Canon digital camera makes the color precision amazing across the whole zoom range.
Like many other digital cameras on the market today, this Canon model can record movies. Another first is that the S2 lets you record moving pictures. There’s no reason to miss a perfect picture that goes with a moving picture. With Canon’s Movie Snap feature, all you have to do is take a picture when you see the right one, and both the picture and the video will be saved on your camera.
The Canon digital camera also has a DIGIC II image processor, which is meant to speed up processing and improve pic quality. It says right away that the DIGIC II makes your Canon digital camera faster to start up, play back, and autofocus, and that it also makes your pictures look amazing.
The S2 also works with the USB 2.0 Hi-speed standard, which makes moving things to and from your computer as easy as possible. With USB 2.0, you can use your SD card’s incredible speed.
This Canon digital camera also comes with a 1.8-inch LCD screen that saves power and can be folded out. The screen has a resolution of 115,000 pixels. The S2 can shoot at 30 frames per second, but this rate can be slowed down when taking shots at night to get the right amount of light.
The PowerShot SD500 and SD400 are the newest point-and-shoot digital cameras from Canon.
The SD500 is Canon’s first digital camera with 7.1 mega pixels. It takes beautiful pictures with amazing details. With a 37-111mm comparable lens on a 35mm film camera, its 3x optical zoom lets you shoot up close. This is one of Canon’s new permanent curve designs, and it fits your hands perfectly.
The 2.o-inch LCD screen makes it easy to frame and play back videos, and the device is very thin. It also has the same DIGIC II Image Processor that you can find in Canon digital cameras, which gives you great features. The same high-speed SD card works with USB 2.0 as well.
This tool is even better than most digital cameras because it can shoot up to 60 frames per second of moving pictures, which is great for sports and other activities where things are moving. It can also shoot still pictures at 30 frames per second.
It comes with scene modes like portrait (which blurs the background and focuses on the subject), foliage (which is great for shots of plants, flowers, or foliage), beach (which lets you take pictures in the sun without dark faces), and underwater (which lowers the background spread). Tip: You can always buy a waterproof case to take pictures of fireworks, kids and pets, indoors, in the snow, or digitally magnifying images that are bigger than life.
You can even change and fix things while you shoot with this Canon digital camera. You can’t go wrong with a Canon digital camera because it has modes for everything from making skin tones lighter to making skin tones darker and more.
These are just a few of the many things the SD500 can do. There’s more to the SD500 than we’ve talked about so far. You can find out more about the SD500 and other new goods and releases on Canon’s website, www.usa.canon.com.