Canon has launched the PowerShot Zoom, the company’s first telephoto monocular.
The lightweight telephoto monocular sports 100 mm, 400 mm and 800 mm telephoto viewing capability with a one-touch switch, and is equipped with an instant zoom capability to help users view distant subjects. Additionally, the monocular can capture images and videos to a micro SD card and by pairing it with a compatible smart device along with the Canon Camera Connect app, these files can easily be downloaded.
In addition to its zoom capability, compact size and ability to pair with compatible smartphones, the PowerShot Zoom also features auto focus when viewing through the electronic viewfinder (EVF) and recording images and video with face tracking, Optical Image Stabilisation, a 39 inch 2.36 million dots EVF, 12-megapixel still-image capture, full HD video capture up to 30p (29.97), Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection with the Canon Camera Connect app, Live view and download of photos and videos with the Canon Camera Connect app, USB-C terminal for charging and supplying power and a Micro SD memory card slot.
Available in white, the Canon PowerShot Zoom is scheduled to be available in late November, 2020 for an estimated retail price of USD 299.99.