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    Default Canon Launched New Digital Camera ?Canon PowerShot SX200 IS?

    Canon has Launched a number of new Powershot digital cameras, among them the PowerShot SX200 IS. With a classic aluminium design available in black, blue or red the Canon PowerShot SX200 IS packs a lot into a compact body, making it the perfect camera for the keen traveller.

    Now, i am planing to purchase Canon PowerShot SX200 IS because it would be good reviews to compare other digital camera reviews in market because canon is a good brand name of digital cameras.


    Canon Powershot SX200 IS Digital Camera Major Features:-

    ? 12.1 MP high resolution 1/2.3? CCD
    ? 12x optical zoom (28-336mm equivalent in 35mm terms)
    ? Lens based optical image stabilizer technology counteracts camera shake
    ? Compact design available in three colours: black, blue or red
    ? Face Detection Technology: detects up to 35 faces in a shot and adjusts focus, exposure, flash settings and white balance ? for optimal results with natural-looking skin tones. Face Select & Track allows a particular face to be chosen as the principal subject in a photo. FaceSelf-Timer makes group photos easy, taking a shot when an extra face is detected in the frame
    ? Large 3.0-inch, high resolution (230,000 dots) LCD monitor
    ? Anti-reflective coatings provide wide viewing angle
    ? 5 step monitor brightness adjustment

    The Canon PowerShot SX200 IS is available from March 2009 priced at ?359.00 / ?429.00 RRP inc. VAT. For more details of this model visit http://alatest.com/reviews/digital-c...-48163275,147/

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    Interesting that it is not a wide angle lens. I would have to think about this one for a hiking camera without that feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Interesting that it is not a wide angle lens. I would have to think about this one for a hiking camera without that feature.
    12x optical zoom (28-336mm equivalent in 35mm terms)

    A 28mm (35 equivelent) is pretty wide angle. 50mm is considered "normal"

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    Is this SPAM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    Is this SPAM?

    KDT
    If it is, he set us up pretty well by posting another message two days before asking for advice on cameras.

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    Default Yeah...

    I realize that and I saw his other post, but this post looks like it came out of a magazine. Is it real?

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    It's real, and it was just announced in the last week or so in the runup to the PMA 2009 trade show. That was probably a cut and paste from the press release.


    http://www.imaging-resource.com/PROD...S/SX200ISA.HTM

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