The PowerShot N features integrated Wi-Fi

Major camera manufacturers are announcing new products today, the timing intended to sync with the start of the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas, Nevada.

While Dpreview will cover all major camera announcements, we'll also work to highlight those most interesting to mobile photographers here at Connect. 

One of those we're most looking forward to getting our hands on is the Canon PowerShot N: Canon's  most connected compact camera to date. 

Canon promises one-touch Wi-Fi connectivity on the PowerShot N to make it easier to upload images and video to your smartphone and the Internet. To extend its capability beyond that of a smartphone, the N has a 28-224mm equivalent lens and a 12MP CMOS sensor that works with a Digic 5 processor. The N can also shoot 1080p video at 30 frames per second. In addition, it offers a mode that creates multiple alternative versions of your image, so you get the shot you wanted plus the camera's recommended crops and processing effects, leaving you with a choice of which to upload.

Read more about the Canon PowerShot N on Dpreview, and see our hands-on first impressions.