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The Canon PowerShot SX130 IS has curves and it's proud of them. It's the newest entry to the lower end of Canon's superzoom camera range, offering a 12x zoom.

The 12-megapixel SX130 offers a selection of manual and automatic shooting modes, as well as special effects such as a fish-eye setting. It records stills and video to SD cards and supports the newest high-capacity SDXC cards.

The SX130 is the successor to the PowerShot SX120 IS. The relatively small zoom on these models is rivalled by the ever-more popular likes of the Panasonic TZ8, Samsung WB600 and Fujifilm F80EXR -- and Canon's own IXUS 1000 HS -- which are all much easier on the pocket. Size-wise, at least: pricing is a different story.

Click through our gallery to see more of the SX130 and find out the all-important price.

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The screen is a roomy 76mm (3-inch) LCD.
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The SX130 also comes in silver.
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Modes include shutter and aperture priority, manual and HD video.
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The SX130 arrives in September for £200.
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