Next an Canon’s line-up of announcements is the new Canon PowerShot G16, which as you can probably guess is the successor to the G15, packing some new upgrades along the way.

One of those upgrades is a new Digic 6 processor, which allows the camera to pack a much faster autofocus response time when compared to the G15. The G16 also includes Wi-Fi connectivity, but that’s about where the new stuff ends.

In terms of the next set of specs anyway, as the G16 packs the same image 12.1 megapixel 1/1.7 inch image sensor, 28-140mm lens and even the same body size.

There is however a new wide aperture which can max out at f1.8 or go as low as f/2.8 at the top end of the zoom.

Canon claims that the burst shooting mode can shoot at 9.3fps, with 1080p movie capture at 50/ 60 FPS.

The Canon PowerShot will be available in October from £529.

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