Canon has three new PowerShot cameras on deck: the G7X, the SX60 HS and the N2.
The G7X, pictured above, is Canon’s first compact camera with a 1-inch sensor. It’s a premium compact camera with a 20.2 MP sensor, 4.2x optical zoom lens (24-100mm equivalent) with a variable aperture of f1.8-2.8 and an ISO range of 125-12,800. The G7X fits snugly between the S120 and G1X Mk II, and it has built-in wi-fi. It will be available in October 2014 for $699.99.
The SX60 HS is a superzoom camera with 65x optical zoom. That’s a 35mm-equivalent of 21-1365mm. Get your safari tickets now. It has a 16.1 MP CMOS sensor and full HD video with audio input available for you audiophiles. It sports an articulating LCD and an electronic viewfinder, both with 922K-dot resolution. Like the G7X, it has built-in wi-fi. It will be available in October for $549.99.
The N2 is a total square with 16.1 MP CMOS sensor and an 8x optical zoom lens, equivalent to 28-224mm. It has a 2.8-inch articulating touchscreen LCD and built-in wi-fi. It will be available in December for $299.99.
Product images are below.