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Here's my camera wishlist: I want it to be easy to use, not overly complicated, take great images that don't need a lot of post-processing in a range of environments, be portable (as in small enough to pop in my bag comfortably, rather than needing a bag of its own) and not — possibly most importantly — die immediately if I accidentally drop it.

The Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II promises to deliver on this wishlist of mine — not only is it sturdy (read on to find out just how sturdy) and compact, it boasts Canon's new DIGIC 7 processor, coupled with a 1-inch 20.1 megapixel CMOS sensor and 4.2x optical zoom lens — which makes for a photographic package that all but eliminates the need for anything but the most basic editing.

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Canon has announced its new camera lineup last week, boasting powerful new processors, sleek lines and, as might be expected, increased image quality. The line includes two new PowerShot cameras — one in its SX travel series, and another in the G series — along with the EOS 80D DSLR with a series of matching accessories. Here are the details.

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We spent a short time with the new Canon PowerShot N and found that it's a little different to use because of the square body, but it's also fun at the same time. As a full-time camera, the cute gimmicky form factor is definitely limiting, but as a little secondary camera? Definitely a good time.

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The new Canon PowerShot N includes a lot of the features that Canon (and other companies) been adding to tiny point-and-shoots over the years, like Wi-Fi connectivity and touchscreen controls. What makes it new and refreshing — at least aesthetically — is the new square design. It's noticeably different, but does that make it better?

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The new Canon IXUS 510 HS (known in the US as the Powershot ELPH 530 HS, according to Canon) will be the first Canon camera with built-in Wi-Fi capabilities. That means you'll be able to wirelessly upload photos to the Internet as well as to transfer media directly to mobile devices.