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Canon introduces PowerShot models with improved low light sensitivity  
Wednesday, August 19, 2009 | by Rob Galbraith
Canon has unveiled a range of new compact digital cameras in its PowerShot line, including two models featuring a "High Sensitivity System" for promised improved low light operation. The first of the two is the PowerShot G11, a 9.98 million image pixel model featuring a 2.8 inch (diagonal) tilt-and-swivel rear LCD, 28-140mm (equivalent) lens and RAW+JPEG shooting. The second is the PowerShot S90, which features the same CCD sensor as the G11, a 3.0 inch rear LCD, RAW+JPEG shooting and 28-105mm (equivalent) zoom with a maximum aperture of f/2.0 at the wide end.

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Dynamic Duo: The Canon PowerShot G11, left, and PowerShot S90. Click to enlarge (Photos courtesy Canon)

The PowerShot G11 is slated to ship in October 2009 at an expected street price of US$499.99 in the U.S. The PowerShot S90 is to ship at about the same time at an expected street price of US$429.99 in the U.S.

Other new models introduced today:

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