Canon's PowerShot N is a quirky little point-and-shoot that challenges almost every camera convention we're used to. It's also adorable.
Last week we showed you a system that paired a glove with an iPad to offer controllable augmented reality objects. Now we've discovered a similar, but totally unique take on the same dynamic created by Canon called the Mixed Reality System.
Unless you're a camera nut (like me), most DSLRs will either look the same to you or are too expensive to even consider. Canon's new T4i camera attempts to differentiate by adding a touchscreen to make it easy for smartphone camera shooters to make the leap to a DSLR.
Few things could ruin a nice vacation more than accidentally dropping your fancy Canon DSLR into the ocean. But imagine your surprise if a year later someone found your camera sitting in the sea, and discovered that your precious vacation pictures were still intact.
Saving up for your first high-end DSLR camera can be a Herculean test of will, especially when there are so many other, cheaper photo options available out there. But not anymore!
If you do a lot of number crunching on a laptop, you'll know that entering strings of numbers using a laptop keyboard can be a real pain. Full sized keyboards have a separate numeric keypad on the side, but if you're an accountant who uses the average laptop, you're screwed.
What will cameras be like 20 years from now? Here's one vision of the future, the Canon Wonder Camera, rolled out today at The World Expo 2010 in Shanghai. It's more like a super-high resolution camcorder than a camera, and it'll be able to shoot circles around today's cameras. Too bad it looks like a glorified hairdryer.
When Canon unveiled its T2i camera earlier this year, amateur photographers like myself got pretty excited. Sure, last year's T1i was an affordable DSLR with video recording, but the T2i looked like it was actually getting it right, promising better...
You're looking at the best piece of schwag ever doled out. Canon took the iconic shape of its 70-to-200mm L-series white lens and fabricated that into an insulated coffee cup. Too bad you had to be at the Olympic press...
You think that Canon DSLR you got for Christmas has a lot of megapixels? Try this: The camera made for the Dark Energy Survey is the size of a car and captures images with 570 megapixels. Created from 74 individual...