Canon PowerShot E1 test photos
Surprising; that is how the design of Canon's latest digital compact camera can be called. It aims at the female consumer, although I can see a much broader target group than just the female half of our population, to be honest. With its availability in many different colours, the design reminds me of the retro refrigerators. You know, the ones with the nicely curved edges and the shiny material used. In any case; I have received a Canon PowerShot E1 sample from Canon right before my departure to the Photokina show. Upon my return from a hectic week at the Photokina, where a lot of interesting news will be revealed this year, I will review the Canon PowerShot E1 with priority.
Canon PowerShot gallery
The Canon PowerShot E1 digital camera offers a variety of 17 setting programs, among which a new Easy Mode that sets all the settings of the camera automatically, ideal for the newbie who is often likely to choose the wrong setting. Canon's DIGIC III image processor controls functions like Face detection, and in addition ensures the camera's fast response, stores images rapidly and compensates noise. iSAPS technology uses captured data to optimize the main settings for the camera for every picture automatically.
Canon PowerShot E1
The Canon PowerShot E1 digital camera is available in three new colors including white, blue and pink and features a user interface that supports 25 languages. In addition to SD, SDHC and MMC memory cards, the Canon Powershot E1 supports MMCplus and HC MMCplus card formats. The Canon Powershot camera is supplied with a 32MB memory card.
Canon PowerShot E1 photo gallery
The Canon PowerShot E1 is one of the new compact cameras on my priority list to be reviewed soon. In addition to the camera test in practice at which operation and functionality of the camera are evaluated together with the captured photos, the technical camera test in our DIWA Lab is crucial to come to a balanced final conclusion. The Canon PowerShot test photos were taken with a full production model which means that this camera is equal to the model that the consumer can expect to purchase. Hop on over to LetsGoDigital to see the Canon PowerShot gallery.