Canon has added two new superzooms to its PowerShot line-up: the SX20 and SX120.

The 12-megapixel SX20 features a flip-out screen and 20x zoom. It also films 720p high-definition video. The 10-megapixel SX120 includes a 10x zoom, and shoots VGA movies.

The SX20 is the follow-up to the PowerShot SX10 while the SX120 is the sequel to the SX110. The two new cameras join the IXUS 200 and 120, PowerShot G11 and S90 in today's new line-up. Click through our gallery to see these long lenses in all their splendour as we got our hands on them for a quick zoom.

The SX120 features a 76mm (3-inch) screen.
The Canon PowerShot SX120 IS hits shelves any day now for £230.
The SX20 packs a 20x optical zoom lens.
The SX20 includes a dedicated video button and HDMI connection, for shooting and watching 720p high-definition video.
Like the G11 also announced today, the SX20 has a fold-out, twist-around 64mm (2.5-inch) screen.
The SX20 benefits from a 28mm wide-angle lens.
The PowerShot SX20 will be out in late August priced at £400.
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