Canon has unveiled its new line of PowerShot cameras in the SX700 HS, D30 and S200. So there's something for everyone.
The Canon PowerShot SX700 HS is the supermodel of the bunch at just 34.8mm thin. This compact camera manages to cram in an ultra wide 25mm lens capable of 30x zoom. So from slipping this out of a pocket to capturing the Loch Ness monster in the distance shouldn't be a monstrous task.
The Canon PowerShot D30 is a tough camera for the outdoor person. Or, more aptly, the underwater person, as this is the world's deepest waterproof camera, according to Canon. Capable of diving to 25 metres down the camera is still able to capture shots even in low light conditions, apparently. The D30 is ready for land-living too with a two metre drop capability as well as being dust proof and freeze proof to minus ten degrees Celsius.
The PowerShot S200 is Canon's manual setting offering crammed into a pocket-friendly design. The S200 comes with an ultra wide angle f/2.0 lens and a 10.1-megapixel CCD sensor. Canon says this provides "greater flexibility to capture creative shots in challenging situations".
Canon has not announced release dates or prices yet.