Canon has just introduced the digital monocular – PowerShot Zoom. The company has been trying to implement this idea for a long time, and finally this product was created in Japan. Because of its features, the device is also called a “pocket telescope”.
PowerShot Zoom is a tiny device with an electronic viewfinder. It has a 12-megapixel sensor with a focal length of 100mm and 400mm.
According to Canon, this product is designed for people who are fascinated by outdoor activities. For example, such as bird watching or hiking. It can also be used during sporting events, such as the Olympics. The camera is charged with a USB cable and saves photos and videos on the SD card. It should also be noted that photos can be transferred to the smartphone via WI-FI and Bluetooth.
The PowerShot Zoom will hit the US market in November and will be priced at $ 300.