Canon has introduced four new cameras and three DSLR interchangeable lenses today, expanding both its point and shoot and advanced photography options.
The new photography products are:
- PowerShot 320 HS. This camera (MSRP $280) has a 16MP image sensor and WiFi capabilities.
- PowerShot 530 HS. With the 530 HS ($350), you'll receive a high-end image sensor and a 12X zoom lens.
- PowerShot D20. The D20 ($350) is Canon's second waterproof PowerShot model, as it also offers a 5X zoom lens.
- PowerShot SX260 HS. The SX260 (pictured here, $350) will feature a 20X optical zoom lens.
- EF 24-70mm lens. This lens ($2,300) has a constant f/2.8 aperture.
- EF 24mm and 28mm lenses. Both of these lenses ($850 and $800, respectively) feature ultrasonic autofocus meters.
These cameras and lenses will begin appearing in the market in March and during the following few months. They're in addition to the three cameras Canon announced at CES 2012. I'll have more details on each of these products in my blog at the time of their release.
Photo courtesy Canon