Canon Powershot E1: Digital Camera For the Teens

28 August 2008 By Madhur

 

Canon Powershot E1

Canon USA has launched the Powershot E1, which is made especially keeping the teens requirements in mind. It is stylish and easy-to-use and is targeted for the teen and tween markets. Now whether taking photos with a “BFF” at a slumber party, snapping shots while watching a hot band perform or capturing cap-and-gown moments for a scrapbook, the Canon PowerShot E1 will deliver the right combination of intuition and style.

It has a rounded and curvy form factor, along with a 10-megapixel sensor and a 4x optical zoom lens with optical image stabilization, ISO up to 3200, DIGIC III image processor, Face detection, motion detection and red-eye reduction. The Canon PowerShot E1 includes a range of options such as customizable shutter, start-up and operation sounds. The Start-up screens and menus can be coordinated with the camera’s body color, bringing an additional level of personalization to the camera’s 2.5-inch LCD screen and interface. It also offers 17 shooting modes including Easy Mode and Scene Mode. In Easy Mode, the camera limits shooting and playback functions to the basics for easy operation.

It is available in Pink, Blue and White colors. It will hit the markets by mid-September and is priced at $200.

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jignesh says:

nice

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