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A Barrage of Canons 2

Besides the cameras mentioned previously by equipbug and equipball, Canon has a few more cameras up it's sleeve. I'm looking into getting a dSLR, but the new 5D is far outside of my price range. worthy to mention is the new Powershot S80. This prosumer camera looks like a simple point and shoot, but all the S series have been higher ended with much more manual controls. The S80 features a 3.6x optical zoom, 8MP resolution, 2.5 inch LCD, DIGIC II processor, all in a compact package. Being the powershot flagship model, the camera adds XGA movie capabilities as well. Priced at around $550 USD. The powershot has always produced top notch photo quality and a popular prosumer option. Sony has been focusing on the thinner end with their T series cameras and have been lagging behind since their V1 Prosumer release. I have to say that I would still choose the Sony V1 over the Canon G5 back then. but now with more and more choices from Canon, i have become a fan of quality rather than Sony's design. [equipbug

Canon Powershot S80 P00
photo courtesy of www.infosyncworld.com

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