Friday, August 12

Canon launches a camera that takes photos automatically | Digital Trends Spanish

Canon has just introduced a new smart camera that takes pictures without the user having to press a button: the Powershot PX, a camera for home use that uses artificial intelligence to know when to take the photo.

The camera has a shake system that allows it to rotate up to 340 degrees horizontally and 110 degrees vertically. The lens is 11.7 megapixels and it can also record video at 1920 x 1080 pixels and 60 frames per second.

The design of the camera allows it to be used in a simple way, just by placing it on a table or similar support and then letting it do its work; According to Canon, the Powershot PX will know exactly when to shoot, taking into account the position of the lenses to be shot.

This is perhaps the most striking thing about this product, since the Powershot PX can scan the scene and detect faces or expressions without any specific instructions, which can be very useful in group photo contexts; basically letting the camera take the photos while the people to be portrayed go on with their lives.

Using a mobile app that connects via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, the Powershot PX can send photos directly to the phone, classify them by type, and even make recommendations on which images to keep and which images to discard.

The Powershot PX also functions as a webcam, in conjunction with Canon’s proprietary application and connected to a computer via a USB-C port.

For now, this camera will only arrive in Europe in the month of November 2021. And it will not be exactly cheap: its price is 500 euros, equivalent to approximately $ 580 dollars.

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