Canon Introduces WiFi Digital Camera
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The wifi digital camera is now a reality, with three digital camera makers introducing offerings in time for Christmas. Canon has just announced their wifi Elph, joining Nikon with their Nikon Coolpix P1, and Kodak with their Kodak Easyshare-One Wi-Fi Digital Camera. The Canon PowerShot S430 is part of the Elph line.

According to Canon, “The new Canon S430 Wireless is equipped with Canon high-performance and high-speed processing DIGIC II. With the greatest image processing capability in another league, the DIGIC II achieves extremely high-definition processing, AF accuracy and higher-speed processing, and also the camera startup time, AF speed, response time for image display at playback and the speed to transfer image data to a memory card are considerably improved.”


What does this all mean to the consumer? What can you do with a wifi digital camera that you can’t with other digital cameras?

Well, with the Canon S430, you can print directly from the camera, wirelessly, to either SeLPHY or PIXMA printers. You can also transfer pictures from your camera, wirelessly, to your computer. For some setups, you can also print to a networked printer from your computer, through the camera’s interface.

But perhaps the coolest thing, or at least the thing with the highest geek factor, is that you can control the camera remotely from your computer! And preview on your screen what the picture will look like! Nifty keen!

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The Nikon and Kodak wifi digital cameras offer similar features, and while the Canon is not yet shipping in the United States, the Kodak and Nikon versions are.

You can see both at Amazon, the Nikon Coolpix P1 WiFi camera here, and the Kodak Easyshare One WiFi camera here.

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2 thoughts on “Canon Introduces WiFi Digital Camera
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  1. Is it posible to edit some photo from digital camera while the digital camera in use?
    It’s preety cool. Keep Moving and Happy Shooting.

  2. ok i can see these being hacked into by people watching for them. and deleting or add pictures they did not take.

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