Canon's gone update crazy and announced an entire new range of compact cameras - including one with the best movie mode we've ever seen.
The Powershot S80 (above) looks like a good straightforward wide-angle 8MP shooter, but it also boasts the first ever XGA quality movie mode. That's a monitor-filling 1024 x 768 pixels, twice as good as the VHS-quality movies we've seen on compact cameras. The only hitch is that this hi-res mode only records 15 frames per second.
The other newbies from Canon's stable are three new IXUS cams.
The IXUS i Zoom (above left) has received the biggest boost by getting a 2.4x zoom. This is the first time the i series has touted an optical zoom. Specs are nowt amazing - 5MP, 1.8in LCD and below-par movie mode - but our hopes are high because the i series has such a fine pedigree. It'll cost £320.
Second up is the IXUS 55 (above right), a solid mid-range 5MP shooter with a 2.5in LCD and standard 3x optical zoom. Pricing's set at £330.
Coming in at the top - well, the centre in our photo - is the £480 IXUS 750. It's basically a pumped-up 7MP version of the 55, complete with an optional waterproof case and several cool new in-camera editing features.
All the models are due in shops between September and October.