Today Canon announced the launch of their new budget-friendly compact camera at CES 2017.

Called the Canon PowerShot G9 Mark II, it is an update to the original G9 X and features a range of changes from its predecessor, including the addition of a 20-megapixel 1-inch sensor with an f/2-f/4.9 lens.

The camera also uses a DIGIC 7 processor, providing autofocus tracking and auto scene recognition.

The camera also has 5.3fps shooting or 8.1 fps shooting without continuous autofocus along with the addition of Bluetooth connectivity, allowing the camera to wirelessly transfer files to compatible mobile devices, which uses slightly less power than WiFi.

On top of all that, it can shoot 1080p HD video and features a fixed LCD screen around the back, unfortunately there’s no viewfinder.

The Canon G9 Mark II will be available next month in black and silver for $530.

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