Published on August 24th,2011 at 6:14 AM
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Canon annonce trois PowerShot avec le SX150IS, l’ELPH 310 et le 510HS

Canon announces three PowerShot with the SX150IS, ELPH 310 and 510HS

L’été arrive à sa fin, ou presque, et Canon annonce à présent aux États-Unis ses derniers appareils photo point and shoot pour début de Septembre avec le SX150IS, l’ELPH310 et le 510HS.

La Canon PowerShot SX150 IS
Cet appareil photo numérique est équipé d’un zoom optique 12x avec un grand-angle de 28mm, d’un enregistrement vidéo HD 720p et de Intelligent IS and Smart AUTO. Il est également doté d’un capteur CCD de 14,1 mégapixels et du processeur d’image DIGIC 4 de Canon.

Les caméras numériques Canon PowerShot ELPH 510 HS et ELPH 310 HS
Le PowerShot ELPH 510 HS est doté d’un capteur CMOS de 12,1 mégapixels avec un zoom optique 12x et un grand-angle de 28mm, du Canon HS System et d’un enregistrement vidéo Full HD en 1080p. Cet appareil photo numérique inclut également un mode rafale ultra rapide, l’Intelligent IS et Smart AUTO.

Le PowerShot ELPH 310 HS possède un capteur CMOS de 12,1 mégapixels avec un zoom optique 8x et un grand-angle de 28mm, le Canon HS System et est capable d’un enregistrement vidéo Full HD 1080p. Cet appareil photo numérique dispose d’un mode rafale ultra rapide, de l’Intelligent IS et d’un Smart AUTO amélioré. Il comprend également un écran LCD 3 pouces et est livré en cinq coloris: pourpre, bleu, rose, vert et argent.

Today’s tech-savvy consumers expect to have a photo-capturing device always at hand that is adept at producing exquisite images and video without sacrificing quality. Delivering these users’ must-haves, Canon U.S.A., a leader in digital imaging, announced three new PowerShot Digital cameras that capture beautiful still images and great high-definition video: the PowerShot SX150 IS, the PowerShot ELPH 510 HS (the world’s thinnest digital camera with 12x optical zoom and a 28mm wide-angle lens1) and the PowerShot ELPH 310 HS. Built to handle a wide range of shooting situations with ease and accuracy, each camera is equipped with features such as impressive zoom, a new Intelligent Image Stabilization (IS) system, Smart AUTO with 32 shooting scenes, High-Speed Burst mode and HD video capture. The ELPH 510 HS and ELPH 310 HS Digital cameras also include Canon’s renowned HS SYSTEM to handle shooting in low light.

“With a strong reputation of imaging excellence, Canon incorporates acclaimed quality, design innovation and intuitive engineering into each product,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Canon U.S.A. “With the inclusion of advanced features, such as the HS SYSTEM and HD video in these new PowerShot cameras, we continue to reach new levels of performance and design to satisfy our users.”

Key Features:
Small Cameras, Big Zoom
The impressive zoom with optical image stabilization found in all three new PowerShot models allows users to snap a memorable, highly detailed shot from a variety of distances. The PowerShot SX150 IS Digital camera is equipped with a 12x wide-angle optical zoom and 28mm lens. In the compact ELPH series, the PowerShot ELPH 510 HS is the thinnest camera to date, with a 12x optical zoom and 28mm wide-angle lens, while the PowerShot ELPH 310 HS has an 8x optical zoom with 28mm wide-angle lens.

Increase Camera Intelligence
Helping to capture blur-free images and video, Canon introduces the new Intelligent IS system in these PowerShot models. To deliver crisp, undistorted images in various shooting conditions, Intelligent IS automatically chooses from six different modes (Normal, Macro, Panning Dynamic, Powered and Tripod) to optimize image stabilization.

Many novice photographers are intimidated when adjusting camera settings. Canon eliminates this issue with its Smart AUTO feature, which analyzes faces, brightness, colors, distance and movement and selects the appropriate setting based on 32 predefined shooting scenes for stills and 21 scenes for video.

Shoot Better in Low Light
Low light photography is a challenge even for a seasoned photographer. To assist the user, the PowerShot ELPH 510 HS and ELPH 310 HS utilizes Canon’s HS SYSTEM that combines a 12.1-megapixel, high-sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 Image Processor to enhance image quality in low-light settings. The HS SYSTEM also reduces noise at high ISO speeds and expands the camera’s dynamic range to allow for greater detail and color when shooting in darker settings. The HS SYSTEM can also help compensate in situations where a flash can’t be used, such as a wedding or dance recital.

Never Miss the Action
Determining the right moment to “freeze” what you are shooting can be difficult in action scenes. The High-Speed Burst mode in the PowerShot ELPH models ensures that you never miss out on the fast-moving or unpredictable moments. With the simple hold of the shutter button, the High-Speed Burst mode shoots continuously, capturing up to 7.8 frames per second (fps) in the PowerShot ELPH 510 HS and 8.7 fps in the PowerShot ELPH 310 HS.

Elevate Video to High Definition
Today, the ability to switch between shooting still images and high-definition video is a key consideration when customers shop for a new camera. Providing stellar video-shooting capability in a compact frame, Canon has incorporated 1080p Full HD video recording into the PowerShot ELPH 510 HS and ELPH 310 HS, while the PowerShot SX150 IS camera features 720p HD video recording. Each camera can optically zoom while filming and has a dedicated movie button for quick access to the video-recording mode. The PowerShot ELPH 510 HS and ELPH310 HS cameras also include Movie Digest mode that shoots a four-second video before capturing a still image and then automatically combine a full day’s worth of videos into one clip. All three PowerShot cameras are also iFrame capable, allowing for quick and easy sharing and editing across multiple platforms and devices.

Via Canon
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  • newworld666

    Je comprend pas !!!! ils vont se faire tailler des croupières si ils ne sortent pas un dslr concocurrent des Pentax K5, Nikon D5100 ou D7000 !!!! avec 14IL de dynamique sur des apsc à 200iso !
    En tout cas, j’ai beau être canon depuis 30 ans ! pour l’instant je ne peux que conseiller aux nanas ou mecs qui se lancent dans la photo avancée en RAW de taper chez Nikon ou Pentax !

  • Corscia

    ils se reconcentrent sur le grand public ??

 

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