Canon launched the PowerShot N100, deemed as a ‘story camera’. With the camera’s Dual Capture mode, users can simultaneously capture special moments using the main camera, while the Story Camera, a rear facing sub-camera, will embed a picture of the user onto the main image. It also has various filters that can be applied to the images. It offers a 24-120mm f/1.8-5.7 lens and 12.1 MP 1/1.7- inch Type sensor. The camera has a 3-inch LCD that tilts upward by 90 degrees, 1080/60p video recording, and Wi-Fi with NFC. The N100 also uses Canon’s DIGIC 6 processor. The camera is expected to be available in May 2014 in white and black.
At the CES 2014, Canon also unveiled two new compact cameras. The PowerShot ELPH 340 HS features a f/3.6-7.0 25-200mm lens, a16 MP CMOS sensor, and 3-inch LCD. The SX600 has an 18x, f/3.8-6.9 25-450mm lens and 1080/30p video recording.