Photos: Canon fires digital camera barrage
Canon PowerShot S80 is an 8-megapixel digital camera that features XGA-size movie mode, a 2.5-inch LCD image processor and a 28mm lens.
Canon pictures the high-end market with its 12.8 megapixel EOS 5D digital SLR. It can shoot up to 3 frames per second and record up to 60 full-resolution JPEGs and 17 RAW images in a single burst. It's expected to be available in October for an estimated price of $3,299.
The Canon PowerShot SD550 was designed for the photographer who is looking for style. The 7.1-megapixel digital camera includes 3.0x optical zoom lenses, four new scene modes (foliage, snow, beach and fireworks), and movie recording with sound.
Canon upgrades its A-series of digital cameras with the PowerShot A620. This 7.1-megapixel camera features 4x optical zoom, 20 shooting modes and Canon's DIGIC II image processor.
Canon's premium all-in-one photo printer is the Pixma MP800 which packs a 3.5-inch color LCD viewer. It is able to print up to 9600x2400 color dpi with microscopic droplets as small as one picoliter.
Canon adds to its line of 4x6 photo printers with the Selphy DS810. Its estimated selling price is expected to be below $100.