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Canon PowerShot G11

Canon PowerShot G11

Sometimes less really is more. The new Canon PowerShot G11 ($500; October 2009) ditches its predecessor's 14.7 megapixel sensor for a newly-developed 10 megapixel high-sensitivity sensor supporting ISO 3200, giving it the ability to handle low light situations that would make the G10 weep. Other features include a 2.8-inch vari-angle LCD, a 5x optical zoom lens with optical stabilization, RAW + JPG support, a hotshoe for external flashes and other accessories, a DIGIC 4 processor for speedy performance, and more.

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