Canon has recently unveiled a Powershot PX camera to help you click snaps. PowerShot PX is an AI-powered camera specially designed to automatically click the best pictures. In addition, it can also be of great help for your home surveillance. The pictures and videos captured can be viewed later on a different device. The camera will cost you approx $613 on Canon’s official store and it comes loaded with multiple features.
There were times when we hired a photographer for a family portrait or an event. We then had a paradigm shift from bulky cameras to light weighted cell phones and started clicking our own pictures. With the advent of smartphones, selfies took over and the rest is history.
The PowerShot PX on other hand needs no additional help and uses facial recognition as a means to click pictures and capture videos. Canon touts Powershot PX as your personal photographer who’d capture all your happy moments. The PowerShot PX is clad with an 11.7MP 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor. Furthermore, the camera can record 11MP photos in JPEG format, and full HD videos in MP4 with 16GB microSD card for storage.
The best feature of this AI-powered camera is its ability to tilt in any direction. The camera can pan to 340-degrees horizontally and 110-degrees vertically. The built-in lens allows the camera to zoom as well. In addition, the camera also has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for you to view all the images on your phone later.
The battery life of the camera ranges from two to five hours and can be charged through a USB-C port. Not just this, it also has voice-activated for you to manually control the camera using voice commands. The PowerShot PX measures around 56.4mm in width and 81.9mm in height and weighs about 170 grams.
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