Camera News
by Brad Soo on February 7 2012

Canon PowerShot D20

Canon hasn’t been too active in releasing rugged cameras, with their first ever (and only) rugged digital camera being the PowerShot D10 released 3 years ago. But after being missing all these years, Canon is back in the market today with the arrival of their new PowerShot D20 rugged camera. If you read our review in the link above, you’ll see that the new 2012 PowerShot D20 has a completely reworked design: It looks more ‘conventional’ looking (opposed to the funky and bulky design of the original D10), more compact and looks to have a more rubbery finish (great news for ergonomics!)

  • 12 megapixel CMOS imaging sensor
  • Waterproof (10 meters/33 feet), shockproof (1.5 meters/5 feet), freezeproof (-10C/14F) and dustproof
    Camera can be taken deeper underwater to 40 meters with optional external waterproof case
  • 5X optical zoom: 28 – 140 mm (f3.9 – f4.8) lens
  • Optical image stabilization
  • 3 inch LCD (460,000 dots)
  • Intelligent Auto with scene modes; no manual controls
  • Built-in GPS with logging feature
  • Underwater Macro mode and improved underwater white balance
  • Usual photo layering modes: Handheld night scene
  • Clear Image Zoom allows for 2X digital zoom without lowering image quality
  • Picture Effects, 3D photo/panorama modes, Sweep Panorama, Anti Motion Blur and HDR modes
  • Full HD movie mode with sound
  • Takes SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards
  • Uses a lithium-ion battery
  • Available in May for $350
  • Comes in your choice of silver, yellow or baby blue accents

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