Following the new models announced at the CES, looks like Canon thinks that we still need a few more choices. The camera maker has added another A-series model, the A2500, to its PowerShot line, joining the A2600 and A1400 announced earlier at the CES. The A2500 share many features with its brother A2600, but gets a smaller display.
The new PowerShot A2500 sports a 16 Megapixel CCD sensor, DIGIC 4 image processor and a 28mm wide angle 5x optical zoom lens. It records only 720p HD video and has a dedicated movie recording button. To deliver blur-free images, the camera includes Optical Image Stabilizer and Digital IS to compensate for camera shake. The Smart AUTO mode can recognize 32 shooting conditions and use the best settings to take photos, and Scene Modes like Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera Effect and Monochrome allows you to shoot creatively.
Like Canon’s other 2013 models, the A2500 includes the new Eco Mode for longer battery life. It has a 2.7-inch LCD display, which is slightly smaller than A2600′s 3-inch screen. Canon will release the PowerShot A2500 in April in silver, red and black for $129.99.