Canon is releasing the PowerShot SD890 IS, PowerShot SD790 IS, and the PowerShot SD770 IS, due in stores early April, end of March and mid-April, respectively. The three cameras share Canon’s DIGIC III imaging processor, which they claim is responsible for the cameras’ high performance levels, in addition to each utilizing Canon’s face detection technology, intelligent anti-blur technology and in-camera image enhancement, which allows for automatic red eye correction.
What is different about the three cameras is body style, LCD size, and zoom level. The SD 890 has a 5x optical zoom with a 2.5-inch LCD screen. The 5x zoom is equivalent to a 185mm lens. With a 3x zoom, equivalent to a 105mm lens, the SD790 contains a 3-inch LCD screen. Rounding off the bunch is the SD 770 with a 2.5-inch LCD and a 3x optical zoom.
The PowerShot SD890 IS, PowerShot SD790 IS, and the PowerShot SD770 IS are set to hit shelves with an estimated retail price of $399.99, $349.99 and $299.99 respectively.