In the form of an update from the PowerShot S, Canon has today unveiled their latest camera to hit the market, dubbed the S120.

Sporting a brand new Digic 6 processor, Canon say that the camera now has a 50% faster autofocus speed than the S110, whilst featuring a 12.1 megapixel 1/1.7 CMOS sensor, with ISO’s up to 12,800.

There’s also a new 24mm wide lens that packs a wider aperture of f/1.8, alongside a 5x optical zoom and Image Stabilisation.

There’s also WiFi connectivity built-in, with access to a new Star Mode that allows the user to take pictures of the night sky, alongside the usual manual and auto shooting modes.

On the back you will also find a 3 inch touchscreen, with a control ring situated on the lens barrel.

The Canon PowerShot S120 will be available from october for £449.99.

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