You've read about the new Canon PowerShot N100, but do you really know the new little guy? It's got an adjustable rear viewing window which shows more than just the world in front of you -- it's also got your face staring back at you. The dual capture mode is the main new feature of the N100, which pulls down a unique perspective on everyday life -- both the subject and the videographer are part of the story, at once. Looking for specs? We've got you covered: 12-megapixel CMOS sensor, Canon's DIGIC 6 processor, a 5x f/1.8-5.7 (24-120mm) optically stabilized zoom lens, and a 3-inch, 922k-dot touchscreen that flips up 90 degrees rounds out the specs list.

The new PowerShot won't arrive until May, but we thankfully got an early hands-on this evening at CES 2014. Head past the break for a video with the N100, and just below for a full gallery of close-ups with the cute little point-and-shoot.

Richard Lai contributed to this report.

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Canon PowerShot N100 hands-on

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Canon's latest PowerShot arrives in May for $350, we go hands-on right now