Canon PowerShot N White Digital Camera

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The white PowerShot N Digital Camera from Canon inaugurates a new series of digital point-and-shoots. It is a sleek, compact camera with a wide-angle zoom lens, tilt and touch LCD panel and Wi-Fi connectivity featuring a convenient Mobile Device Connect Button. The PowerShot N offers the Canon HS System, which combines a 12.1MP high-sensitivity CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 5 Image Processor to create photo and video images with accurate color and rich detail.


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Product Title: Canon PowerShot N White Digital Camera

Manufacturer: Canon

Lowest Price: $139.00 from Adorama

Power Score: 4.3 | 3 Reviews


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WOW!

All that reviews said and more. I wanted a small pocket shooter with a LONG lens and the 'N' is perfect! Great bells and whistles include WiFi, GPS, multi shots in a 2.5" X 3" package. My first shot was through a dirty window in my construction site trail

By Ken on Adorama - Jun 26, 2013

Canon Powershot N Review

A cursory glance reveals that the new Canon Powershot N is no ordinary compact camera. Designed to compete with the ever more ubiquitous smartphone, the PowerShot N takes a radically different approach to every other compact that we've tested before, with a unique square design and innovative control system. Can it take on the mighty smart phone though? Find out in our in-depth Canon...
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By photographyblog.com - May 29, 2013

Canon PowerShot N (White)

THE GOOD: The <b>Canon PowerShot N</b> is a fresh take on a simple point-and-shoot, cramming a lot of camera into the smallest space possible without being completely unusable. It has a handy tilting touch screen, built-in Wi-Fi for on-the-go sharing, and a couple of innovative snapshot modes. THE BAD: The cameras controls and size might make it difficult to use for some. It doesnt do...
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By cnet.com - May 28, 2013

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