Canon's Powershot PX is smart home camera for family moments | Engadget

The camera can then scan the scene, find people's faces and automatically determine the best moment to capture a photo. In theory, that would allow you to enjoy a gathering without the need to break away and take photos, knowing that it will be done automatically. Canon has unveiled the PowerShot PX, a stationary camera that uses facial recognition and auto-subject search to automatically capture 11.7-megapixel images or 1080p60 video. You can also grab photos manually via an app or voice control. It can also double as a webcam via Canon's webcam utility app. Following an event, you can use the PowerShot PX's iOS or Android apps to get recommendations on the best photos to keep. The PowerShot PX has pan-and-tilt functionality (340 degrees horizontally and 110 degrees vertically) and a 19-57mm (35mm equivalent) focal length range.
Canon has unveiled the PowerShot PX, a stationary camera that uses facial recognition and auto-subject search to automatically capture 11.7-megapixel images or 1080p60 video. It's based on the PowerS… [+1611 chars]