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Canon PowerShot S95 gains in-camera HDR, 720p video  
Thursday, August 19, 2010 | by Rob Galbraith
The 9.98 million image pixel Canon PowerShot S95 adds in-camera high dynamic range (HDR) imaging, 720p video (with stereo sound) and Hybrid IS image stabilization to the S90 it replaces. The S95 is slated to ship later this month at an expected street price of US$399.99 in the U.S.

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Weekend Getaway: The Canon PowerShot S95. Click photos to enlarge (Photos courtesy Canon)

Canon has also introduced the PowerShot SD4500 IS, a 9.98 million image pixel compact camera that incorporates a 240fps, 320 x 240 pixel Super Slow Motion movie mode, as well as the PowerShot SX130 IS, a 12 million image pixel model.

The SD4500 IS is to ship in early September at an expected street price of US$349.99 in the U.S., while the SX130 IS is to come available later this month for US$249.99 in the U.S.

Both the PowerShot S95 and SD4500 IS incorporate support for Eye-Fi's Wi-Fi/memory SD cards. Says the Eye-Fi website about these models: "...stays powered on until wireless media uploads are complete, has an on screen icon and offers the ability to enable/disable Eye-Fi Card Wi-Fi via the camera menu. You can also see which photos & videos have already been uploaded with a nice on-screen icon overlay."

A near-term replacement for the PowerShot G11, to be called the G12, seems assured, based on information leaked today.

Revision History
August 23, 2010: Added information about Eye-Fi support

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