Canon are today launching the IXUS 1000 HS digital camera to mark ten years of their popular IXUS compact range. The first in the line to offer both a 10x optical zoom and 1080p video recording abilities, Canon claim it…
It's been quite the day for Canon announcements; first the three new IXUS models, then the EOS 550D DSLR and now this, the PowerShot SX210 IS. The sequel to the SX200 IS, the SX210 IS boosts its features up to…
Canon have just introduced details of three brand new IXUS range cameras. First up, and top of the spec pile is the IXUS 210 (pictured). Available in four different colours, and featuring an 8.8cm touchscreen, the IXUS 210 aims to…
While Dan was mucking about with the Powershots, Susi took a shine to the IXUS range. Her conclusions are in the video above, but can basically be summed up as “more of the same with some gimmicky features”. Thanks to its svelte profile, her favourite of the lot is the 100IS.
In fact, at the moment there’s only one compact on the market that has a CMOS sensor – Canon’s own PowerShot SX1 IS, which retails for a whopping £530. Our tipster reckons that a whole rash of CMOS compacts will be unveiled at the forthcoming PMA ’09 in March. He also proposes this as a possible CMOS Ixus spec.
- 10-megapixel CMOS sensor (most likely 1/2.33 or 1/2.5 inch in size)
- HD Movie Mode
- 5x Zoom (28mm wide)
- 3″ LCD
- Li-Ion battery
- ISO 50-3200
- RRP of £250-£280, on the shop floor at £220 or so
It’s that massive ISO range which is the most promising. If this new Ixus exists, can cope with low light as promised, and doesn’t cost the earth, then this could bring the tools for some fantastic photography into the hands of amateurs. Or, at very least, your photos of ‘Debbie an the gals dahn at the club’ will look sublime.
Canon keeps its foot on the gas with today’s launch of five new compact digital cameras, adding two to its IXUS range and three to its PowerShot range.
First up, the IXUS 980 IS features a whopping 14.7 megapixels coupled with 3.7x optical zoom. Full manual control is also offered.
The IXUS 870 IS offers a more modest 10 megapixels, with a 4x optical zoom, 28mm wide-angle lens.
The 980 comes with a 2.5″ PureColor LCD, while the 870 has a three inch LCD.
Both feature image stabilisation, Canon’s new DIGIC 4 processor that offers a range of features including face detection and image blur correction, and 30fps VGA movie mode…
Continuing her fascination with digital cameras, Zara checks out the Canon IXUS 970 IS in today’s video review. Will the 10-megapixel 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor impress her? The 5x optical zoom thrill her? And the £250 price-tag astound her? Take a look above to find out…
Yesterday she had a look at the 90 IS from Canon’s IXUS range, today Zara is hands-on with the 80 IS model.
Packing an 8.0-megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, Optical Image Stabiliser, Motion Detection Technology, Auto Red-Eye Correction and a DIGIC III…
Announced back in March, the Canon IXUS 90 IS digital camera gets a thorough look at from Zara in the video above.
Designed by Naohiro Sek, it’s got a 10-megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, and a unique control panel with thumb wheel that really is a…
According to Canon, the Digital IXUS 70 was the world’s most popular digital compact in 2007. And this is its sequel – the 10MP Digital IXUS 85 IS.