Excellent high ISO performance.
Instagram like image filters.
Touch screen display.
Handy tilting touch screen.
Difficult to hold and operate.
Few physical controls.
In camera charging only.
Limited manual filter capability.
It doesn't do much beyond automatic snapshots.
Battery life is relatively short.
By Macworld Australia on July 30, 2013
The will fit in your pocket – just about any pocket, in fact. But so will an . So why would you capture your next Facebook posting with the PowerShot N instead? That’s the US$300 question. And the answer may lie within its features.Beneath...70
By Macworld on July 29, 2013
Is the Canon PowerShot N worth carrying alongside your mobile device? At $299, the PowerShot N is an investment, both in dollars and in additional pocket space. Many casual snapshooters will probably be happy sticking with their smartphone for their...70
By Digital Arts Online on July 29, 2013
The Canon PowerShot N will even fit in your breast pocket – but so will an iPhone. So why would you shoot snaps with a PowerShot N instead? That's the £225 question. And the answer may lie within its features. Beneath the clean design of...70
By Steves Digicams on July 18, 2013
By Kyle Schurman Developing a new camera design has its share of risks. Sometimes camera makers take a swing and a miss, such as with the four-lens Minox PX3D prototype from a few years ago. But sometimes camera makers hit a home run, such as the...-
By PC Mag on June 17, 2013
The Canon PowerShot N packs a neat Creative Shot mode, but it doesn't let you select your favorite filters and its design makes it a frustrating camera with which to...60
By Expert Reviews on June 13, 2013
Excellent image quality, but the innovative design only brings marginal benefits...60
By DPexpert on June 13, 2013
REVIEW—CANON POWERSHOT N] by terry on 13 June 2013 Price: $400 exclusive to Ted’s The compact fights back THE LOW-DOWN: This 12 megapixel camera with a stabilised 28–224mm lens is clearly intended to go head to head with smartphone...-
By Sydney Morning Herald on June 13, 2013
DateJune 13, 2013 (1) Read later This 12-megapixel camera with a stabilised 28-224mm lens is clearly intended to go head to head with smartphone cameras. Its square face area is slightly less than a credit card but it is quite thick at 29mm...-
By PC Advisor on May 31, 2013
Wi-Fi , 12.1 megapixels and an 8x zoom are a lot to squeeze into a camera around 80 x 60 mm in size. It's smaller than you might imagine, too, with a footprint to match a very thick credit card and a fold-out touch screen behind. The screen itself...70
By PhotographyBLOG on May 29, 2013
The PowerShot N camera is Canon's answer to the growing threat of smartphones. With an innovative square design, tilting touch screen and zoom and shoot operation lens rings, the Canon PowerShot N is quite unlike any other compact camera on the...70