More Canon cameras that will be announced on February 12 have had their photos leaked on the web, as the company is preparing for one of the biggest launch events of recent times.
Canon has not been very active at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014. Moreover, the Japan-based company has not made any announcements after launching three compact cameras at the CES 2014.
Everything is about to change, as the manufacturer is rumored to have kept its surprises for the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2014.
Canon poised to introduce at least five new cameras at CP+ 2014
Canon will reveal multiple shooters on February 12 and then put them all on display at the CP+ 2014 one day later. Among the biggest announcements we can find the Canon PowerShot G1X Mark II and the Canon EOS Kiss X70.
In addition to a few lenses for DSLR cameras, it seems like the Canon PowerShot S200, Canon PowerShot SX700 HS, and Canon PowerShot D30 compacts will also become official very soon.
The photos of these three devices have all been leaked, although the Canon PowerShot S100 replacement has also had some of its specs revealed.
Canon PowerShot S200 specs revealed ahead of launch
According to inside sources, the PowerShot S200 will feature a 10.1-megapixel image sensor, 24-120mm f/2-5.9 lens, DIGIC 5 image processing engine, and a 3-inch display on the back.
This new compact shooter will also feature built-in WiFi, allowing photographers to connect to a smartphone or a tablet in order to share the content on social networking websites.
Other notable features include a built-in flash and autofocus assist light, which will help users capture photos in dark environments.
Rugged Canon PowerShot D30 coming alongside superzoom Canon PowerShot SX600 HS
The Canon PowerShot D30 is a rugged camera. The leaked photo reveals that it is waterproof to depths of 25 meters and shockproof to drops from two meters.
On the other hand, the Canon PowerShot SX700 HS is a superzoom camera. It offers a 30x optical zoom lens with a maximum aperture of f/3.2-f/6.9, depending on the focal length.
The lens sports image stabilization technology and a focal length between 4.5 mm and 135mm. If the camera features a 1/1.7-inch-type sensor, then the lens will provide a 35mm equivalent of 20.5-614mm.
Once again, we remind our readers that the event is taking place on February 12, therefore tune in as soon as possible to catch all the news!