The Canon PowerShot N2 weaves a twist on the usual shutter button, making it a much easier to use and more convenient camera, with its newest shutter release function
The standard procedure to take a photo is to press the shutter button down halfway to lock the focus and exposure, and then press it all the way to take the photo. But what if you are trying to take a selfie stream? Wouldn’t you want a much more convenient way to snap your selfies?
The Canon PowerShot N2 camera, tailored for selfies, has just the fix for you!
Press Anywhere On The Ring
Notice the protruding, circular ring around the lens of the Canon PowerShot N2 camera? It is actually a sensitive, fully-functional shutter release button. Simply press any part of the ring to release the shutter.
I don’t know about you but for me that spells much greater convenience. Now, all I need is a finger to lightly press the ring to take a photo!
Completely At Ease
Most cameras have the shutter button on the right. It can be not so convenient for left-handed people to take a photo, especially when the button is on the opposite side.
With the Canon PowerShot N2 circular shutter button, it is easy and convenient whether you’re left or right-handed! The camera is light, portable and easy to handle while your finger is on the shutter.
Now you can easily strike an adorable pose and shoot!
While you’re at that, why not try taking a 360-degree video selfie or “doughnut selfie”? Wave to the camera or do funky poses as you turn around and change your scenery!
More Fun With Friends
With the easy shutter function on the Canon PowerShot N2 you can freely pose and hug your friend with one hand while clicking away with the other, with ease. No more having to synchronize with your friend and straining to reach the button!
Selfies are going to get a lot easier with this.
- Why not try taking a 360-degree doughnut selfie? Hold your camera with one hand as you turn your whole body 360 degrees, changing your background scenery as you go along! The Canon PowerShot N2 is ideal for this.