Next month, Canon will release its PowerShot N compact camera that was first spotted at CES earlier this year. Since then, one major change has been made to device in the form of a button that allows quick and easy photo sharing on the giant social network we all know and love called Facebook. And while that is a pretty awesome feature, let's not overlook the camera's overall small form-factor design.
Coming in at not much wider than its lens assembly, the Canon PowerShot N features a 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor that is backed up by Canon's proprietary DIGIC 5 imaging processor. The compact camera is able to record 1080p video at 30 frames per second and features a 2.8-inch tiltable touchscreen that will assist you in composing that perfect shot.
The camera features a creative shot mode that will generate five artistic photos from each shot that is taken. Another 58 scenes under the smart auto mode allows users to customize their digital captures. The camera will be only available from Canon Direct and will retail at a price point of $300.