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“The Consumer Electronics Show is the worldu2019s largest tech show, and itu2019s in its 50th a
ual iteration this year. While drones, laptop, mobiles, televisions, and upcoming tech usually grab the headlines, cameras do also enjoy the limelight at the trade show. Several camera manufacturers have showed off their latest wares at CES 2017 that is currently on going in Las Vegas.
Canon unveiled its newest premium point and shoot camera u2013 the PowerShot G9 X Mark II u2013 alongside the PowerShot SX430 IS, IXUS 190, and IXUS 185, as well as three new offerings in its Vixia HF-R Series camcorders; Nikon launched its latest entry-level DSLR u2013 the D5600 u2013 in the US; Fujifilm showcased the new FinePix XP120 rugged point and shoot, and Panasonic detailed the previously unveiled Lumix GH5 mirrorless camera while also introducing the Lumix FZ80 and Lumix GX850 entry-level cameras.
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ounced four new cameras in its PowerShot point-and-shoot and IXUS entry-level series u2013 the PowerShot G9 X Mark II (seen above), the PowerShot SX430 IS, the IXUS 185, and IXUS 190. All four cameras will be available from February onwards.
The Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II sports a 20.1-megapixel 1.0 inch CMOS sensor thatu2019s powered by the DIGIC 7 imaging processor. It sports a 28-84mm (35mm equivalent) lens that offers 3x optical zoom with IS. It bears a 7.6cm LCD display with a 1040k-dot resolution. It supports full-HD video recording up to 60fps. Co
ectivity options include Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth for easy transfer and sharing of photos and videos. It weighs 206 grams. The point and shoot camera has been priced at Rs. 30,995 in India, and $530 in the US.
On the other hand, the superzoom point-and-shoot Canon PowerShot SX430 IS (seen above) bears a 20-megapixel 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor, and is powered by the DIGIC 4+ imaging processor. It bears a 24-1080m lens capable of 45x optical zoom with IS. Also on board is a 7.6cm LCD display with a 230k-dot resolution, and the company is touting HD video recording at 25fps. Co
ectivity options include Wi-Fi and NFC, and the whole thing weighs in at 323 grams. It has been priced at Rs. 14,995 in India, at EUR 299.99 in Europe.
Coming to the new models in the IXUS series, the IXUS 185 and IXUS 190 (seen above). They are said to be the slimmest cameras in the range, and both feature Wi-Fi co
ectivity, a 20-megapixel 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor powered by the DIGIC 4+ imaging processor, a 6.9cm LCD display with a 230k-dot resolution, and HD video recording at 25fps. The IXUS 185 bears a 28-224mm lens with 8x optical zoom, weighs 126 grams, and has been priced at Rs. 6,995 in India and EUR 149. As for the IXUS 190, it comes with a 24-240mm lens with 10x optical zoom with IS, features NFC co
ectivity, weighs 137 grams, and has been priced at Rs. 8,995 in India and EUR 219.99.”

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