Canon has launched a two-megapixel camera.

The PowerShot A200 has direct-print capabilities and a 4x digital zoom. It includes the latest intelligent three-point AiAF (Artificial intelligence Auto Focus) system, which ensures that the subject is always in focus, wherever positioned in the frame, Canon claims. The PowerShot A200 is also capable of capturing short video-clips.

The £199 PowerShot A200 can be connected to Canon’s Card Photo Printers, the CP-100 and CP-10, to produce 4-x-6-inch prints.

Prints without borders Canon has also released the S820 Bubble Jet printer. It has a high-density print-head capable of delivering a full colour, A4 print in two minutes; and a borderless, 4-x-6-inch full colour print in about a minute.

The S820 includes Canon’s advanced MicroFine Droplet Technology to give the highest control of ink in terms of accurate dot-placement, shape, and density. The six-colour ink-system uses the world’s lightest density inks, Canon says, and when combined with 2,400-x-1,200dpi resolution and ultra small 4pl (picolitre) drop-size, the S820 gives grain-free photographs with up to 49 colour-shades-per-pixel.

The S820 printer is available for £186 (prices exclude VAT).