Compact Canon Powershot N Changes Button Design, adds WiFi – CES 2013
I talked with Ben Thomas once again about Canon and their Powershot point and shoot line. He shows us the Powershot N – a new compact camera that changes more than just the specs.
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Canon Powershot N
The Canon Powershot N has the picture button and zoom right on the front. The back of the camera (view-finder) flips up so you can take a picture then flip the camera 180 degrees to take another picture. This will allow you to take photos up high and down low whiles still looking through the view-finder. You can also take photos by tapping the touch-screen just like with a smartphone.
The Canon Powershot N also has WiFi built-in so you can view and take pictures, then send to your favorite sites (email, Facebook, Twitter) or send to Canon’s Image Gateway. When you get a camera you also get 10 GB on their cloud service. Using the Canon Camera Window software you can control your pictures with your iOS or Android device.
Check out the other video with Canon VIXIA R40, R42 and R400 series