Canon is showcasing a new version of the PowerShot N at CES, and it is ahhhh-dorable. The refreshed compact camera has a squarish form with rounded edges and checks in at about 3 inches by 2.4 inches by 1.2 inches, making it almost smartphone-sized. The best part: It's button-free. You control it using a 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen and a pair of rings around the camera's lens. It'll be available for $300 in February. More at Pop Photo.
Via our pals at Pop Photo: Fujifilm released two new lightning-fast versions of the X-series advanced compact cameras at CES today. The X100 and the X10 come equipped with X-Trans CMOS II sensors that feature phase-detection autofocus pixels on-board. That makes the cameras' autofocus substantially faster--the "world's fastest," Fujifilm claims. Pop Photo will test it out to make sure.