Canon released a new camera today that will sit at the top of the G-series range. The PowerShot G9 is aimed at those who don't want the bulk of an SLR, but do need some of the advanced controls that they offer. The camera has a resolution of 12.1 mega-pixels, a 6x optical zoom and can shoot in RAW. It also features image stabilization and face recognition, which are almost standard on all Canon models now. It should be in stores in October, and will come bundled with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery and charger, and a 32MB MMC plus memory card, for $499.99. [Canon]
Canon Release PowerShot G9
Trending Stories Right Now
We’ve known for a while now that Telstra planned on revamping its plans by the end of June, and now we know what the big reveal is.
It’s rare to come across a bespoke gadget or a cleverly hacked device that doesn’t have a tiny Raspberry Pi inside it. It’s long been one of the easiest and cheapest ways to power a custom creation, but the new Raspberry Pi, announced earlier today, packs significant upgrades that could let it finally pass as an incredibly cheap desktop computer.