Canon's two latest additions to its low-frills high-performance A-Series keep up the good reputation. The A720 IS is a 8-megapixel shooter with 6x optical zoom lens and optical image stabilizing that will cost a remarkably low $250. The A650 IS takes the spotlight, however, with 12.1 megapixel resolution, 6x optical zoom lens and a twisty 2.5-inch Vari-Angle LCD, all for $400. Both cameras use Canon's new DIGIC III engine for faster startup, smarter autofocus and less shutter lag. [Canon]
Canon Unveils PowerShot A720 IS and 12-megapixel A650 IS
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