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New Canon Hybrid IS world’s first image stabilizer to compensate for two types of camera shake

Canon Inc. announced today the development of Hybrid Image Stabilizer (IS), the world’s first* optical image stabilization technology that compensates for both angle camera shake and shift camera shake. The technology will be featured in interchangeable single lens reflex (SLR) camera lens planned for commercial release before the end of 2009.
Several different preventative methods and corrective procedures have been introduced to compensate for errors caused by camera shake, which occurs when a camera moves while its shutter is open and its image sensor is exposed to light.
Canon began researching methods to compensate for camera shake in the 1980s, and in 1995 launched the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM, the world’s first interchangeable SLR camera lens …

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Canon Powershot G10 14.7MP Digital Camera

For those who love to take high quality images but yet love the portability of basic digital cameras, the Canon Powershot G10 14.7MP digital camera maybe just the camera for you. Compared to many professional-grade cameras, the G10 is super small, yet packed with a variety of customizable features for professional photography. This camera is best suited for ‘serious amateur’ photographers and also beginners in professional photography.
One of my favorite features of the new Canon Powershot G10 14.7MP digital camera is its good looks. The design is reminiscence of the classic film camera design that is extremely cool, retro and would never be out of style. The controls are very conveniently laid out and feel …

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Canon Vixia HF11

Reviewed by: Lori Grunin
Creating a product line where once there was but one, Canon follows up its flash-based, high-definition Vixia HF10 AVCHD camcorder with a slightly more powerful model, the HF11. Like its sibling, the HF11 is a sleek black compact model with a well-rounded feature set, great video, and excellent performance, and like the HF10 definitely deserves a spot on your short list of potential home-movie camcorders. The real challenge is choosing between the two: the HF11 includes 32GB built-in memory compared with the HF10′s 16GB, which becomes essential for the new, memory-gobbling 24-megabit-per-second shooting mode.
The petite HF11 weighs 15.1 ounces with SD card and battery and measures 2.9 x 2.5 x 5.1 inches …

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