Canon have launched a new entry-level digital camera to further enhance their PowerShot range. The PowerShot A200 is a 2.0 Megapixel camera incorporating a wide range of easy-to-use features including direct print capabilities. The PowerShot A200 also includes the latest intelligent three point focusing system AiAF (Artificial intelligence Auto Focus).
'The PowerShot A200 embodies Canon's philosophy of offering consumers high quality and affordable digital photography,' says Mark Robinson, Marketing Manager, Canon Consumer Imaging. 'This camera combines our optical heritage with our digital expertise and is the clear choice for consumers demanding the very best image quality from their first digital camera.'
With its 2.0 Megapixel CCD sensor and ultra-bright f2.8 autofocus lens, the PowerShot A200 provides the user with sharp and vibrant coloured images time and time again. In addition, the 4x digital zoom allows the user to position their subject perfectly in the frame.
Packed with Canon's innovative technology, the PowerShot A200 includes the latest intelligent three point focusing system AiAF (Artificial intelligence Auto Focus), ensuring that the subject is always in focus wherever they are in the frame, simply point and shoot. The PowerShot A200 is not just a still camera, it is also capable of capturing short video clips, for memories that last just a little longer.
The PowerShot A200 takes advantage of Canon's innovative 'Direct Print' technology for effortless photos. Canon's Card Photo Printers, the CP-100 and CP-10, are the easiest way to obtain high quality photo prints without the need for a PC. Simply connect the PowerShot A200 to the CP-10 or CP-100 by means of a supplied dedicated cable, select an image and a perfect 4x6' print will be delivered in just over 80 seconds.
The PowerShot A200 allows for easy connectivity between camera and computer USB ports, offering a new way to enjoy the world of digital imaging. Canon's software suite for PC/Mac includes user-friendly Canon ZoomBrowser EX, PhotoStitch and PhotoRecord.