The Canon PowerShot N was launched earlier this year (April 2013) for S$399 and is available only in one color, white.
It uses a micro SD memory card, has a 12.1 megapixels CMOS sensor featuring a DIGIC 5 image processor, and has built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. For the full specifications, check out Canon PowerShot N’s Specification Page.
Sony announced the Sony QX Lens last night at IFA 2013 in Berlin. The Sony QX lens are smartphone attachable lens-style cameras. It is compatible with most iOS and Android devices as long as it is able to install the PlayMemories Mobile app.
There are 2 models right now, the DSC-QX10 (Price: US$250, Sensor: 1/2.3, Pixels: 18.2) and DSC-QX100 (Price: US$500, Sensor: 1, Pixels: 20.2). Both models will be available end of this month in the US and October 2013 in Singapore.
I placed order for the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX20 on the 13th December 2012 and on the 19th December 2012 it reaches my HopShopGo US address. Paid HopShopGo US$12.44 (S$15.19) for the shipping to Singapore and I received it exactly on Christmas, 25th December 2012! Didn’t know DHL do delivery on Christmas day itself!
This year it was held at Zaffereno on the 5th October 2012 where it launches 5 new PIXMA inkjet printers, 5 new imageCLASS laser printers, 1 SELPHY compact photo printer, 5 new PowerShot cameras and 1 EOS DLSR Camera.
Was invited to the global launch of Canon EOS-1D X (Press Release) that happen at 1 pm sharp yesterday at Canon Singapore Office. The Canon EOS-1D X is an integration between the EOS 1D and 1Ds product lines. This integration combines the best of both worlds from both models (shooting speed and image quality) into a single form factor.
The EOS-1D X is capable of continuous shooting at a speed of 12 frames-per-second, it is powered by the new Dual DIGIC 5+ image processor and on top of it, it has another DIGIC 4 image processor just for Autofocus (AF)! This brings up the number of image processors in the Canon EOS-1D X to 3! It also features a Gigabit LAN Port for network connectivity! This allows you to transfer shots immediately after you have taken them to your computer!