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Canon Improves SD430’s Connectivity with Firmware Update

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*May 17, 2005 – *Canon announced a firmware update to the wireless-enabled Canon PowerShot SD430. The 5-megapixel digital camera’s connectivity will only improve with the upgrade. Changes include wireless compatibility between the SD430 and Macintosh systems and wireless transfer of images between multiple SD430 digital cameras. The version firmware is available free from the Canon web site.

The PowerShot SD430 was introduced in October 2005, just weeks after the release of the first wave of wireless cameras including the Kodak EasyShare-one and the Nikon Coolpix P1 and P2. The Canon model comes with an adaptor so printers can wirelessly receive images to print.

The Canon PowerShot SD430 has a 3x optical zoom lens and a 2-inch LCD screen with 118,000 pixels. It has 14 recording modes along with the enjoyable My Colors mode, which is featured on several Digital Elph cameras. The PowerShot SD430 retails for $499.

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