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Camera technology has made great advances in recent years and taking up photography has never been easier. The range of Canon digital camera products are user friendly, have a stylish appearance, offer products for different abilities and include a variety of prices. The Power Shot line is updated frequently with new products with the latest in state of the art functions.

The High End Advanced line gives professional results akin to an SLR but is a convenient point and shoot Canon digital camera. The range includes the Power Shot S5 IS with 12x optical zoom and DIGIC II image processor. The camera has been designed to work with speedlite EX Series external flashes.

The Power Shot TX1 is an ELPH sized camera with 10x optical zoom. It has the ability to capture 7.1 megapixel still images and high definition movies too. This camera is an attractive stainless steel, vertical design and has Optical Image Stabilizer Technology, Face Detection Technology and Red Eye Correction. There is a built in lens cover and a scratch resistant LCD screen with anti-reflecting coating.

Point and Shoot ELPH cameras are compact but still contain the advanced technology of the Canon digital camera. The Power Shot SD 750 is available in silver or black and silver and operates at 7.1 megapixels and a time lapse movies function. The large LCD screen has sharp clarity and color tone. The Power shot SD40 is another 7.1 megapixel with a slimline design and top quality zoom. It's available in four colors, including pink and has Camera Station and Wireless controller.

The A-Series is the most basic of the range and many people using a Canon digital camera for the first time recommend this type. The Power Shot A460 runs on 5.0 megapixels and has a 4x optical zoom. The A570 has high auto settings that minimize blur if there is not much light. The A540 operates at 6.0 megapixels and 4x optical zoom.

The company has been a leading player in the development of the Digital SLR. The first product of its kind to come on line was in 1995, following a liaison with the Kodak company. Since then, there have been around 40 digital SLRs with the Canon EOS flash system. The most expensive models have up to 45 autofocus points for an excellent, sharp picture. Manual focus EOS cameras are available too with a split focusing screen. A Canon digital camera, no matter what the model is will continue to stand for innovation and quality.


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