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The Canon PowerShot SX120 IS is a whole lotta "meh." The big difference in specs is a jump from the SX110 IS's 9-megapixel resolution to 10 megapixels. Otherwise, it's pretty much the same, including the 10x f2.8-4.3 36-360mm-equivalent lens. (It does have a larger silver accent on the grip, so hopefully that will help with the previous model's slippery body.)
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Yep, everything's the same back here.
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Shooting features change slightly, getting Canon's version of auto scene recognition, Smart Auto.
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Same thick body, too, measuring 4.4 inches wide by 2.8 inches high by 1.8 inches deep. It also retains the use of two AA-size batteries for its power source.The SX120 IS will be available in August for $249.99.
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