Canon PowerShot N Digital Camera
have you ever thought about why cameras have to be rectangular in shape? can’t it be like triangular or something? perhaps in the future they would but for now, breaking that convention is as simple as making it square – just like the Canon PowerShot N Digital Camera. the fact that it is square is good enough reason for us to give some extra attention but there are more interesting revelations such as it has no conventional shutter button and zoom lever – those two controls are in located on the top and bottom of lens’ ring which allows for the added flexibility of composing your shots even at somewhat awkward angles. another interesting feature is, it has a 2.8-inch capacitive tilt-touch LCD display that covers the entire back. other more ‘regular’ features include a 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor, DIGIC 5 image processor, 28mm wide angle lens with 4x digital zoom, ISO 80 to 6,400, built-in flash, full HD video recording with dedicated movie button, built-in hybrid Auto and Face ID systems, Canon’s intelligent image stabilization system, memory card slot and built in wireless connectivity to connect to a variety of mobile devices instantly for sharing of images on-the-go. available in black or white, the Canon PowerShot N Digital Camera will hit the stores in April 2013 and commands a $299.99 price tag. click through for a few more look at the PowerShot N Digital Camera.