Casual users have largely ditched their cameras in favor of their smartphones when shooting the photos they share on their various social networking sites, and Canon has unveiled the PowerShot N100 to appeal to that same market. The PowerShot N100 is equipped with a standard point-and-shoot camera at the front, featuring a 2-megapixel CMOS sensor and 5x f/1.8-5.7 (24-120mm) optically stabilized zoom lens. There's also a 3-inch 922k-dot touchscreen that flips up 90 degrees. But what makes this point-and-shoot really stand out is the secondary rear-facing camera, which uses a "dual capture" mode to take a photo or video of the user at the moment the shutter is released. Available in black or white, the Canon PowerShot N100 will retail for $350 and begin shipping to stores in May.