Canon has this morning announced a range of new cameras. Including two new Ixus models and two new A series models.
The new Ixus models both sport 7 megapixels and are called the Digital IXUS 75 and Digital IXUS 70.
Rather than boast Wireless capabilities, the new cameras focus on making it easier to take photographs and both featue Face Detection Technology that promises to recognise up to nine faces in the frame and adjusts focus, exposure and flash for optimal results.
The cameras also boast Red-Eye Correction in playback that detects and removes red-eye at the touch of a button.
For photographers looking for a little more control, the cameras also feature the option to set the ISO setting to ISO 1600 allowing users to snap away in low lighting conditions like parties.
The new cameras will measuring only 19.4mm deep, and come in both black and silver finishes.
Canon has also announced a new LCD technology for the back of the camera called PureColor LCD. Measuring 2.5 inches on the Digital IXUS 70 and 3.0 inches on the Digital IXUS 75 the display has a wide viewing angle and colour tones enhanced by up to 30%.
The new models will both be available from March. The Digital IXUS 75 will be priced at £269.00 and the Digital IXUS 70 will be priced at £249.00.