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Canon EOS 60D debuts: 18MP, Full HD video & in-camera RAW editing

Canon EOS 60D debuts: 18MP, Full HD video & in-camera RAW editing

Canon has outed its latest DSLR, the EOS 60D, an 18-megapixel camera with Full HD video recording, a twisting & rotating 3-inch display, and a DIGIC 4 processor for in-camera RAW image editing.  For the first time on an EOS model, users of the 60D will be able to tweak Picture Style, White Balance (WB), Color Space, High-ISO Noise Reduction, Peripheral Illumination Correction, linear distortion correction and chromatic aberration correction from the camera itself, rather than waiting until they have access to a computer.

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Canon G12 leaks again

Canon G12 leaks again

The Canon G12 digital camera has leaked again for the second time in only a few days. This time around, the leaked info comes by way of CNET Asia and CrunchGear. The G12 is a compact camera with lots of manual features like the other G series cams Canon has already.

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Canon PowerShot G12 Possibly Spotted in the Wild, Drops Viewfinder for Smaller Body

Canon PowerShot G12 Possibly Spotted in the Wild, Drops Viewfinder for Smaller Body

The PowerShot G12 from Canon has been rumored for a little while now, and specifications had been part of that from the get-go. An optical viewfinder was one of those attributes, but according to a photograph of the rumored device, apparently a few things have changed since its last rumor. Delivered to Canon Rumors, which you can tell the main focus of that site, this is what the new Canon PowerShot G12 reportedly looks like now.

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Canon mini-DSLR tipped to take on Micro 4/3rds

Canon mini-DSLR tipped to take on Micro 4/3rds

Canon's head of Image Communication Products, Masaya Maeda, has revealed that Nikon isn't the only company looking at a new high-end compact camera.  Speaking as Canon increased their sales forecasts, Maeda confirmed that the company is looking at a new compact camera that could be a mini-DSLR; "It's not a question of whether or not you have a mirror," he told reporters, "there is a consumer need for good-quality cameras to be made smaller."

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