Canon has unveiled the PowerShot S5 IS and Digital IXUS 950 IS – both 8-million-pixel models – plus a pair of new compact printers.

Out in ?early June? priced £409, the PowerShot S5 IS (pictured) features a 12x optical zoom, Face Detection Technology and an optical Image Stabiliser (IS).

Armoury includes ISO sensitivity ranging from ISO 80-1600 and a ?vari-angle? 2.5in LCD (207,000 pixel) screen.

The 22 shooting modes include aperture and shutter priority and full manual control, while the f/2.7 zoom boasts the 35mm viewing angle equivalent of a 36-432mm lens.

Face Detection aims to optimise focus, exposure and flash output for people shots.

To view the UK specification, as supplied by Canon, click here:UK spec

Due out at the end of this month is the Digital IXUS 950 IS, which also comes with Face Detection Technology and a top ISO of 1600.

Billed as an upgraded version of the Digital IXUS 800 IS it features optical Image Stabiliser and 18 shooting modes.

Also on board is a time-lapse movie mode and 2.5in (230,000) pixel ?PureColor? LCD monitor claimed to show colour tones enhanced by 30% for ?vibrant, true-to-life? reproduction.

The IXUS 950 IS comes with a £329 pricetag and a zoom delivering the 35mm viewing angle equivalent of a 35-140mm lens.

To view the UK specification, as supplied by Canon, click here: Digital IXUS 950 IS spec

Meanwhile, Canon this month debuts two new additions to its Selphy CP family of portable dye-sublimation printers which adds automatic red-eye correction to the range.

The £139 Selphy CP750 (2.4in screen) and £79 Selphy CP740 (2in screen) are designed to replace the CP730 and CP720 models respectively.

The CP750 is designed to be capable of printing from mobile devices using infra-red communication.

For full details call Canon on 08705 143723.