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Canon PowerShot N Transformed Into a Waist-Level Rolleiflex-style Camera


The digital camera industry is dominated by eye-level viewfinders, but waist-level finders have their advantages. One main one is that it makes photographing strangers less threatening since the photographer is looking down instead of directly at the subjects.

Photographer Paul Richters wanted to bring the experience of shooting with waist-level finders to the world of digital cameras, so he turned his Canon PowerShot N compact camera into a little Rolleiflex-lookalike.
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Hands-On With the Portable and Flexible Canon PowerShot N


Canon’s attention grabber at this year’s CES 2013 is a new compact camera designed to fight against the encroachment of smartphones: the PowerShot N.

The little guy is unlike most point-and-shoots you’ll find on the market. It’s extremely small, square, and simple. The design may seem gimmicky at first, but pick it up in your hands and your opinion might change.
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Canon Takes Smartphones Head-On With the All-New PowerShot N

As smartphones have risen to compact supremacy, slowly killing the point-and-shoot market as a result, every company has tried one thing or another to somehow save the compact. Now, it’s Canon’s turn. But instead of adding a gimmicky feature, or doing away with compacts all-together in favor of mirrorless systems, the company has decided to re-invent the wheel… okay, the point-and-shoot.

The result is the new PowerShot N, a compact camera that has no top, bottom, left or right — it’s an incredibly thin square with a center-mounted lens and articulating screen you can use however you see fit. Read more…