We just stopped by Canon's booth here at Pepcom, where we got the chance to get a brief hands-on experience with the company's new ELPH 520 HS point-and-shoot camera. Announced this week at CES, the 10.1-megapixel 520 HS is the higher end of two new ELPH devices Canon Unveiled at CES this week, featuring a high-sensitivity CMOS sensor and sensitivity levels of up to ISO 3200. There's also a three-inch LCD around back, along with support for 1080p video capture, and a generous 12x (28mm) optical zoom lens. During our brief experience with the device we were impressed with its slim build and lightweight construction, though at a retail price of $300, it's definitely within mid- to high-range budgets. It's slated to hit the market in March, but you can get a sneak peek at the 520 HS in the gallery below, and in the video after the break.
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Canon ELPH 520 HS hands-on



Billy Steele contributed to this report.

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Canon ELPH 520 HS camera: hands-on (video)