An Overview of the Best New Cameras For 2012
Although it seems that the technological progress as slowed down a little notch, the truth is that it's still going strong even today. Every year, some type of new awesome technology is being released...
Although it seems that the technological progress as slowed down a little notch, the truth is that it's still going strong even today. Every year, some type of new awesome technology is being released to the masses… after all, if you only look a few years back smartphones were considered to be something out of this world. However, today we are benefitting from advanced technologies such as motion controls, touch-screens, voice recognition, and so on and so forth. This also goes for cameras, as the new cameras for 2012 are very promising indeed, promising their users a heavily-enhanced zoom, a plethora of different shooting options, an incredible amount of manual control over all the settings not to mention social media capabilities. As such, you can even expect the new cameras for 2012 to be competing with smartphones.
But enough of vague introductions and statements. What precisely are these new cameras for 2012 around which there is all the buzz?
First off, you have the new Canon G1 x 14.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera. It has a 4x wide-angle optical image with a 28mm stabilized zoom lens, a full 1080p high-definition video capability, as well as a 3 inch Vari-Angle LCD screen with over 920.000 dots for a crisp and clear as well as the ability to shoot from a wide variety of angles. The new HS System has a 1.5 inch, 14.3 MP High-sensitivity CMOS sensor installed, not to forget the DIGIC 5 Image Processor. The Shooting modes include 14-bit RAW and JPEG file output formats. Also, before I forget to mention it, the 1080p HD video also comes with stereo sound and a dedicated movie button, on top of which an HDMI output is added so that you can view everything on an HDTV. The camera comes at a price of $799.99, which may be a little steep for some.
The second camera up for show comes at a mere $299.99, and it's called the Canon PowerShot ELPH 520 HS 10.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera. First of all, it should be noted that Canon claims it to be the world's thinnest camera, making the perfect fit if you are a traveling person, or simply like to have a camera on you at all times. There is a 12x optical zoom, also with a 28mm wide-angle lens and an optical image stabilizer. The sensor is a 10.1 MP CMOS, along with a DIGIC 5 image processor. A 3 inch PureColor LCD comes included, along with a full 1080p HD video and a SmartAUTO which has already 58 pre-defined shooting scenarios, as well as Face ID feature.
Finally, there is the Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS 16.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera, coming at a price of $249.99. Just like the previous camera, it has a 3 inch PureColor LCD system, SmartAUTO with 50 pre-configured shooting scenarios and a Face ID function, as well as a 1080p HD video with stereo sound, as well as HDMI output. The only difference in it lies in the fact that it has a 5x optical zoom with a 24mm wide-angle lens (optical image stabilizer included), and it's HS System consists of a 16.1 MP CMOS Sensor, along with the popular DIGIC 5 Image processor.
All in all, if you are looking for new cameras for 2012, then here are the best choices you could make depending on your price range. Stick around though, as 2012 is still young and there are a still a lot of models to come.
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