Canon IXUS 1100 HS is world's thinnest 12x zoom camera

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canon-ixus-1100hs.jpgSuperslim cameras are the order of the day with Canon today, who have just revealed the IXUS 1100 HS compact, the world’s slimmest to squeeze in a 12x optical zoom.

A new Intelligent IS system, which automatically identifies the shooting environment and adapts appropriately into one of seven preset shooting modes, is backed by a 4-stop optical image stabilizer.

A 12.1MP CMOS sensor uses Canon’s proprietary DIGIC 4 image processing engine “to capture the natural ambiance of a scene, producing crisp, low-noise images without having to use the flash or a tripod.” The camera is also capable of 1080p video capture.

Scrolling through the many menus is a cinch thanks to a 3.2-inch PureColor II Touch LCD, letting you quickly access features like high-speed burst and Super Slow Motion Movie modes, and “creative modes” including miniature, fish-eye, super vivid and poster effects, toy camera and monochrome.

Due in October, it’s yours for £369.

Gerald Lynch

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