New touchscreen cameras

These nine cameras impressed us with their unique features (including unusual designs, wireless connectivity, and resilience against the elements) and their worthy touchscreens.

Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS



Canon's latest touchscreen camera is the Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS, a step up from last year's PowerShot SD980 IS. The user operates this 14-megapixel camera via its 3.5-inch touchscreen. The new PowerShot has an ultra-wide-angle 5X optical-zoom lens, with a focal range of from 24mm to 120mm.

New to the PowerShot SD3500 IS is the ability to customize the on-screen controls by dragging and dropping icons to different parts of the screen. You can also record video in 720p high-definition, and the camera's new miniature mode makes full-size objects look like scale models.

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