"I think it's amazing that the Canon PowerShot PX captures moments that we might not think would make a good picture," says Eimear. "Those shots, for example, of the kids colouring on the breakfast bar while I'm loading the dishwasher. I know I'll look back at those in 20 years' time, and think, ‘Those were the days!’ For them to be taken naturally is just amazing."
The effortless shooting experience with this camera is down to clever features and scene recognition technology that have been developed over many years. Once switched on and placed on a surface, the PowerShot PX
uses facial recognition to automatically search for a subject and will adjust the composition
to capture images that fit everyone in the shot. It will take lots of images and then the app will recommend which are the best. By recognising faces that feature regularly, it offers priority shooting of people important to you.
So, when you're busy cooking, having a conversation at the kitchen table, enjoying a family birthday party or simply helping your kids with their homework, the PowerShot PX can help you capture radiant expressions and the beauty of the ordinary without you having to even think about it.
For Eimear, simple moments such as playing with the dog or reading a story on the sofa are the ones she treasures and wants to share. "It's really nice to have those moments captured, especially without realising," she says.