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It’s a known fact that every year the fight to end with the highest market share in the camera industry happens between Canon, Nikon & Sony. With CP+ (Camera & Photo Imaging show) to be held in Japan around the corner , Canon has launched cameras catering to several levels.

Canon has gone all out to launch seven cameras with 3 of them being a part of the “Powershot“ family , three in the budget category (ELPHs) & one in the EOS(rebel) range.

EOS:

EOS T5

  •  It has launched one of its cheapest DSLR’s – EOS Rebel T5
  • It features an 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor with a Digic 4 processor with a ability for HD video capture
  • Its kit lens dimensions are 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
  • Its priced around $550
  • Available from March

Powershot:

Powershot SX 700

GIX Mark II

  • G1X Mark II has a 12.8 MP CMOS sensor with a DIGIC 6 processor
  • Its kit lens dimensions are 120mm f/2-3.9 zoom lens
  • Its priced around $800
  • Available from April

Powershot SX700

  • 16.1 MP CMOS sensor with a DIGIC 6 processor
  • Its kit lens dimensions are 25-750 mm f/3.2-6.9 zoom lens
  • Its priced around $350
  • Available from March in black and red colours
  • Wi-Fi & NFC enabled

Powershot D30

  • 12.1 MP CMOS sensor with a DIGIC 5 processor
  • Its kit lens dimensions are 28-140 mm f
  • Its priced around $330
  • Available from mid-April
  • Can be used underwater to shoot up-to 82 feet
  • GPS enabled

ELPHs(Power shot budget cameras):

ELPH 150IS

ELPH 150 IS

  • Has a 20MP CCD sensor
  • DIGIC  4 processor
  • 10x zoom
  • Available from late February
  • Its priced around $150

ELPH 140 IS

  • Has a 16MP CCD sensor
  • DIGIC  4 processor
  • 8x zoom
  • Available from late February
  • Its priced around $130

ELPH 135

  • Has a 16MP CCD sensor
  • DIGIC  4 processor
  • 8x zoom
  • Available from late February
  • Its priced around $120

Camera is the only gadget that has not owned a space in my house and the above specifications are intriguing enough to make me wish forcing myself to at-least try for hands on experience leave alone buying one unless it literally floors me out.

Featured Image Courtesy: Erin, Flickr

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