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No sooner had I published my Pink Digital Cameras – New Spring 2009 post than Canon announced the release of three new pink cameras and one new pink photo printer this spring (all are scheduled to reach stores in March). They are all nice, high quality cameras, with a few fun little extras. The portable photo printer “SELPHY CP780” is available in 3 colors (silver, blue and pink), prints 4×6 photos and lets you choose from five color effects.

Here are the details:

PowerShot SD960 IS Digital ELPH
This softly rounded, pale pink model has 12.1 megapixels, 4x optical zoom, a focal length of 28-112mm (35mm film equivalent), 2.8″ screen, 18 shooting modes, optical image stabilizer, face detection and face detection self timer, HD video. Weight: 5.11 oz. Size: 3.85×2.12×0.87″. MSRP: $329.99.
Special feature: Active display technology – switch between images during playback by shaking the camera (sort of like the shuffle on an iPod Nano).

PowerShot SD1200 IS Digital ELPH
The fuchsia SD1200 has the classic compact Canon camera shape, and features 10.0 megapixels, 3x optical zoom, 35-105mm focal length, 2.5″ screen, 18 shooting modes, optical image stabilizer, face detection and face detection self timer. Weight: 4.23 oz. Size: 3.48×2.16×0.86″. MSRP: $229.99.

PowerShot A1100 IS
The almost purplish pink A1100 is replacing the A1000 and has the same body shape, but upgraded features: 12.1 megapixels, 4x optical zoom, 35-140mm focal length, 2.5″ screen, 18 shooting modes, optical image stabilizer, face detection and face detection self timer. Weight: 5.47 oz. Size: 3.76×2.46×1.22″. MSRP: $199.99.
Special features: Accepts AA batteries (alkaline and NiMH). Has print/share button, ID Photo Print, and Movie Print.

SELPHY CP780
The latest among the portable Canon printers, the small (6.9×3.0x5.2″) and lightweight (2.1 lbs) SELPHY CP780 is both cute and functional. Compatible with Windows and MAC, it produces borderless 4×6 prints (in around 47 sec.) with a resolution of 300×300 dpi. Just hook your camera up (or insert the memory card in the slot on the printer), and print. You can choose from five different color effects – black&white, sepia, vivid, neutral, and positive film – and the printer adjusts red eyes and corrects the brightness and contrast of faces in a photo automatically. There is a 2.5″ screen on top of the printer, so you have a chance to preview the results before hitting the print button. MSRP: $99.00.

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2 Responses to “New Pink Canon Digital Cameras Spring 2009”

  1. […] DeeDee Dobson encourages everyone to enter their photos in contests. On her blog, she talks about compact pink digital cameras and reviews the different brands. […]

  2. […] on a pink camera, and you want a Canon, you’re in luck! There are currently five different pink digital cameras from Canon, and here is our mini-review of their PowerShot SD1100IS (Note: In Europe, this camera is known as […]

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