The 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 three 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 photographers 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 has upgraded 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 9600 x 2400 color dots per inch, with microscopic droplets as small as one picoliter.
Canon adds to its line of 4x6-inch photo printers with the Selphy DS810. Its estimated selling price is expected to be below $100.