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Digital Ixus 110 IS and 990 IS

Digital Ixus 110 IS and 990 IS

Last but by no mean least, there are two new models at the top of the Digital Ixus range. The new Digital Ixus 110 IS will replace the Ixus 90 IS, while the Ixus 990 IS is replacing the Ixus 970 IS.

Both new cameras have 12.1-megapixel sensors, both have Digic 4 processing, and both can shoot 720p HD video at 30fps and output via an HDMI socket. Other common features include Smart Auto mode with Scene Detection Technology, Motion Detection Technology, Face Detection Technology and Face Select & Track, plus Blink Detection, Face Self-Timer and Auto Red-Eye Correction. Both have i-Contrast dynamic range booster, and of course both have Canon's optical image stabilisation. Neither camera has an optical viewfinder.

The two models differ in the details. The Ixus 110 IS has a 4x zoom lens with a focal length range equivalent to 28-112mm, and a 2.8-inch LCD monitor screen, while the Ixus 990 IS features a 5x zoom equivalent to 37-185mm, and a 3.0-inch monitor.

The Digital IXUS 110 IS will be available from Mid March 2009 priced at £349, and the Digital IXUS 990 IS will be available from April 2009 priced at £379.

Link: Canon UK



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