Canon’s latest point-and-shoot camera offering called the PowerShot N100 is quite interesting. It’s not one of the usual platforms as it is more square than rectangular. And what makes the PowerShot N100 unique and intriguing is that it has a rear-facing camera that can take photos of the photographer while the main lens is getting a photo of whatever is on the other side.
This camera brings what smartphones can do to a point-and-shoot. It has a software feature that superimposes the shot of the photographer on the main shot, a feature that has been showcased in the Samsung Galaxy S4. What makes the PowerShot N100 a “current” device is its Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity and auto filters. Needless to say, social sharing is convenient on this camera.
Other main features of the PowerShot N100 include a tiltable 3-inch display, a 12-megapixel sensor and a 5x optical zoom lens. The Canon PowerShot N100 is priced at $349.99 and will be available in May of this year.