I present to you three new Canon PowerShot cameras. They are, from left to right, the PowerShot SD890 IS, the PowerShot SD790 IS, and the PowerShot SD770 IS. Each has “Motion Detection Technology, Optical Image Stabilization, Genuine Canon Face Detection Technology, and Canon’s proprietary DIGIC III imaging processor.”
More specs and pricing after the jump.
PowerShot SD890 IS Digital ELPH Camera
Features 10-megapixel resolution and a “5x zoom lens that expands…the focusing range from a maximum wide-angle equivalent of a 37mm lens to its maximum optical telephoto equivalent of a 185mm lens.” Also has a 2.5-inch LCD screen and an optical viewfinder. It’ll be available in early April for $399.
PowerShot SD790 IS Digital ELPH Camera
Features 10-megapixel resolution, 3x optical zoom, three-inch LCD, and is “smaller than a deck of playing cards.” Available at the end of this month for $349.
PowerShot SD770 IS Digital ELPH Camera
And last but not least, the SD770 IS takes 10-megapixel photos and “boasts the thinnest body of any optically image stabilized ELPH model ever produced, featuring a slimmer yet higher capacity battery pack.” The battery’s good for 300 snaps on a single charge. There’s also a 3x zoom, 2.5-inch LCD, along with an optical viewfinder. It’ll be out in mid-April for $299.
Press Release [Canon.com]