And finally, bringing up the rear is Canon's new VB-C300 PTZ pan-tilt-zoom security camera (and a coupla printers, too). A little high end for home users, the camera starts at a grand and the VK-64 / VK-16 Version 1.3 Network Video Recording Software will run you either $2.5k or another grand, respectively. Also announced are Canon's PIXMA iP3300, iP1800, and iP90v. The first two appear to be boring loss-leader photo printer cartridge sellers which will go for $80 and $40, and print 8 x 11 and 4 x 6, respectively. No, the interesting one here is the iP90v, the $250 portable photo printer that can run off prints up to 8.5 x 11 at up to 4800 x 1200 dpi. It even comes with built in infrared and has a Bluetooth option for another $80.

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Canon's VB-C300 PTZ security camera and PIXMA iP3300, iP1800, and iP90v

Canon's LV-7265, LV-7260, and LV-X7 projectors