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101. Imageclass MF5770 Laser 21 Ppm
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102. Canon Elura 70 MiniDV Camcorder
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103. Canon FaxPhone B95 Inkjet Fax
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104. Canon 8x25 Image Stabilization
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105. Canon EOS Rebel Ti 35mm SLR Kit
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106. Canon EOS-10D 6.3MP Digital SLR
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107. Canon EOS Elan 7ne 35mm SLR Camera
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108. Canon PowerShot A400 3.2MP Digital
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109. Canon CanoScan LiDE 80 Color Scanner
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110. Canon CP-220 Compact Photo Printer
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111. Canon PowerShot A310 3.2MP Digital
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112. Canon i960 Photo Printer
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113. Canon Optura 30 MiniDV Camcorder
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114. Canon Sure Shot 115u 35mm Date
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115. Canon i70 Color Bubble Jet Printer
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116. Canon PowerShot A70 3.2MP Digital
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117. Canon ImageClass D860 Laser Printer-Copier
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118. Canon PowerShot SD100 3.2MP Digital
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119. Canon MF5750 ImageCLASS Multifunction
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120. Canon Selphy DS700 Compact Photo

101. Imageclass MF5770 Laser 21 Ppm Print Copy Scan Fax with Network

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Asin: B00083Y74O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: CANON
Sales Rank: 22663
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Canon MF5770 features 21cpm/ppm laser output; 1200 X 2400 dpi CCD color scanning; 33.6 Kbps Super G3 Fax; USB 2.0 250 front load cassette. 50 sheet doc. feeder. Hi-Speed for improved performance. Single cartridge. ... Read more

102. Canon Elura 70 MiniDV Camcorder w/18x Optical Zoom
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Asin: B0001GCAWO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Video
Sales Rank: 200
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • MiniDV camcorder and still camera with 1.33-megapixel CCD
  • 18x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 360x) and image stabilizer
  • 2.5-inch LCD with 180-degree rotation
  • Capture low-light recordings with Night Mode and record in 16:9 format
  • Record for up to 455 minutes on one battery charge

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good camcorder for the price!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Not sure what the reviewer below is talking about but based on his lack of details I imagine it's not a genuine review.

Anyway, I spent allot of time researching before buying a camcorder and decided on the Elura 65 -- check out the review of the Elura 70 (the 60, 65, and 70 are basically identical) on .

The Elura 60 didn't have a hot shoe which I knew I would need since most camcorders in this price range do not have a good light -- if any at all. Daytime recording is excellent.

Some argue that it's only a single CCD camcorder but it's a large CCD as apposed to the three small CCDs in the Panasonic PV-GS120. The Panasonic was my second choice but I read allot of negative reviews about the image stabilization. The Elura also fits more comfortably in the hand when compared to Panasonic. In addition, the Canon has virtually no tape noise when operating.

I highly suggest that you get the double capacity battery BP-2L14, the hot shoe light VL-3, and the portable battery charger CB-2LT. The double capacity battery will last about four hours and adds very little weight to the camera. The supplied batteries drain very quickly. Night shots are notoriously bad for all camcorders in this price range even though some are better than others. The VL-3 light will make a big difference in picture quality at night. Also, the portable charger is more convenient to travel with than the big and cumbersome charger supplied in the box.

I can't comment about the reliability yet since I've only had it for a couple of months. But based on my experience with other Canon products it should be good. Enjoy!

1-0 out of 5 stars Never buy canon DV again
Bought one from, after one day test with this "high" rated DV, decided to return it back. It's a horrible canon DV.
1. Very bad resolution of recording on SD card, even worse than my cheap webcam.
2. Unaccept noisy while recording tape.
3. Compare to USB stream or usb mode webcam, DV messager is a joke function, hard to use and bad compatibility.
4. Light shoot is another joke from canon DV.

5-0 out of 5 stars The winner!!
Well, choosing between the cameras, and after going for MVX250i (European twin for Elura 70, as I live in Europe), I'd like to point out some really strong sides of the cam: 16:9 is really WIDER than 4:3 (not just cutting upper & lower parts only) and is taking full advantage of 1.3 MPixel CCD, which btw, let's the stills be captured to SD card in 1280*960 res.. not bad at all for screen viewing. The optics are absolutely superior in its class, the angle for close-ups IS wide and the optical zoom is remarkable. It HAS mike input, unlike new ZR series (which I was considering at some point), and the motor is much quieter also, comparing to ZR. Its shape & size is excellent, it feels solid and is really comfortable to held - thanks to the low height. On table it may seem somehow thick, but to palm it fits perfectly.
If to mention one con, then in lower light conditions the cam tends to boost the sensitivity of the CCD too much, making picture quite grainy. Also, any faster movement in dark will result in blurry picture. The built in white LED sure does its job well, but the sand in the picture remains... So you'll get some of the advertised colours with the price of noise, the opposite of Sony's night-mode. Sure you can attach external lamp any time ..
As a conclusion, it seems there is no other cam offering this level of features & design at this price.. at the moment. If you are looking for something small & capable, this is it. Absolutely no regrets so far..

5-0 out of 5 stars Top Choice
You can find a full review + users opinions on the Elura 70 at
I bought mine at another vendor's site, after carefull research.
Let's just say I consider it the Top Choice for the entry level digital video fan.
Canon is scoring a hit with this year's line of Eluras. In fact, they have announced they even are pulling out of the analog camcorder bussines.
In my opinion the Elura 70 offers the best package of features and characteristics, compared to the other brand's models on its category (under $1K) ... Read more

103. Canon FaxPhone B95 Inkjet Fax Machine
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Asin: B00064BG3K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 3892
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  • Up to 360 x 360 dpi resolution
  • Ultra-high quality image processing system
  • 120-page memory helps avoid missing faxes
  • Digital answering machine, 15-page automatic document feeder
  • Supports caller ID; 14.4 Kbps speed

104. Canon 8x25 Image Stabilization Binoculars with Case and Neck Strap
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Asin: B000063YA5
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 695
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Whether you are sitting in the nosebleed seats of a stadium or an opera house, with Canon's 8 x 25 IS binoculars you'll get an outstanding close-up view of the action. The binoculars are designed to fit perfectly in your hands and have a rubber coating for nonslip grip and protection from damage. The focus dial is center-mounted and the image stabilizer controls are easily accessible from either hand. Canon's optical image stabilization technology eliminates shake and reduces curvature of field. The image stabilizer operates with two AA batteries. A BP-B1 battery pack is included. The lenses are coated with Super Spectra multicoating that improves image quality by maximizing contrast and minimizing color smear.

Image Stabilization and More
With any high magnification binoculars, most users will experience frustrating image shake. Unless fixed to a tripod, image shake can render high magnification binoculars useless. Canon's IS technology is remarkably effective at eliminating this problem and is widely used by the television industry with Canon's professional broadcast quality video recording equipment. A special VAP (Vari-Angle Prism) corrective IS system sits between the objective lens group and the porro prism on each side of the binoculars. Within thousandths of a second of the binoculars being moved from their optical axis by vibrations, a detection system activates the IS mechanism. The VAP shape alters to refract or 'bend' the light path by precisely the right amount, thus fully compensating for the vibration. It is this essentially immediate response that effectively suppresses image shake.

Super Spectra Coating
A number of optical factors affect the brightness of an image, including the amount of incidental light that is reflected by the lens. An uncoated lens will refelect away as much as 8% of the incidentail light, significantly dimming the image. Canon's Super Spectra Coating prevents that reflection.

What do the numbers mean?
15x50? 8x25? The two numbers used to describe any pair of binoculars are their magnification — 8x, 12x, 15x and so on — and the diameter of their objective lenses — 25mm, 36mm, 50mm, and so on. The larger the first number is, the larger the object will appear to be in the objective lens. For instance, if you use a 10x lens and look at an object that is 100 yards away, it appears to be the same size as an object located just 10 yards away. The second number, the size of the objective lens, is important because the larger the objective lens, the more light it can admit for brighter, more detailed images, and the better suited they will be for lowlight situations.

A look inside

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  • 8x magnification with wide field of view
  • Optical image stabilization system
  • Multicoated for contrast, clarity, and color fidelity
  • Doublet field flattener lens
  • Rounded design for holding comfort

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars They beat Leica 8X32's
Oh, man. I worked eBay, finally got myself a pair of the vaunted Leica 8X32 roofs at a decent price. And splendid binoculars they are. Excellent.

Then Canon comes out with these IS 8X25's. I already had the 12X36 jobs, wonderful and bulky. HAD to have the 8X25's.

Here's the deal. Serious binocular users know "Better view Desired"

I used a casual version of his NEED test.

The $300 canon IS 8X25's beat the $500 Leica 8X32's all hollow on any measure of hand-held resolution. HAND-HELD. On a rest, the Leicas showed their precision optics. Hand held, the Canon's were far better.

There ya be, friends. Image stabilization RULES.


5-0 out of 5 stars Viewing Power per Dollar - Second to None!
I have to give these binoculars 5 stars, not because they are the finest optics money can buy, but because they give the clearest and steadiest handheld viewing you can get at anywhere near this price. Value for the money is the point, here. But, besides value, they actually are very good quality optics! They feel well made. Although they are mostly plastic, it's good quality material, they don't feel cheesy. No, they are not built like a Leica tank (intended to survive an atomic blast), but the image stabilization is so amazing, I am willing to be a little extra careful with them. You look through them and press that button, and, PRESTO, the view just stops jiggling! It's just fantastic! The I.S. has greatly improved my stargazing pleasure. Maybe I have especially bad hand tremor, but I would bet anybody would notice a big difference. I really love them!!

4-0 out of 5 stars You can't pound tent pegs with them.
They are, and they aren't, great binocs

What they are: as it says, the lightest and least expensive IS binoculars on the market (right now). The optics themselves are only merely very good, but - HAND HELD - with the IS activated, they allow me to read fine print about 20% closer than with my Leica 8x32 Ultras. On a rest, the Leicas are superior. It's the elimination of the jiggles - the 8x25 Canons don't give an image that's as bright and contrasty as those high dollar Leicas, but the steadier image more than makes up for that.

What they aren't: waterproof or armored. So have a care if you use them in conditions of rain or dust. They're much more complicated than simple binocs, with electric circuits inside, and the matter of reliability does come into consideration - but in the first year, they've survived life in the tote bag ,bouncing along dirt roads without a hiccup. Two more things: besides armoring and ruggedizing, Canon had to compromise _somewhere_ to make them this small. So, while the IS deals well with rapid human shaking. it doesn't seem to correct at all for slow motions. I imagine the engineers were forcd to leave off the sensors for slow motions, to fit everything else in. And, they use CR123 batteries, more expensive and harder to find in a pinch than AA batteries. Of course, if the batteries run dead, all your are left with is a functional set of very good, if a bit bulky, 8x25 binocs. What Canon has created is $300 binoculars that - hand held, with the IS active - outperform my high dollar Leica 8x32 Ultras. And, I imagine, the Nikon SE's, too. No kidding. ... Read more

105. Canon EOS Rebel Ti 35mm SLR Kit w/ 28-90mm Lens
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Asin: B00006K153
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 306
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Canon has once again raised the bar in the world of 35mm SLRs with its EOS Rebel Ti. Canon claims the Rebel Ti has the fastest autofocus (AF) in its class, which should increase accuracy and precision for shooting at a real-life pace. A built-in flash pops up easily for shooting in low-light situations, and its extended arm reduces red-eye effect. The included EF 28-90mm f4-f5.6 standard zoom lens is an ideal all-around lens for wide angle to medium telephoto photography.

Fast, accurate, and flexible, Rebel Ti's three autofocus systems (the camera chooses the best one automatically) free you to concentrate on your composition and to just have fun. Seven focusing points cover an area wider than any other camera in its class, letting you place your subject off-center or even focus on the area covered by multiple focus points.

The glare-free laser matte viewfinder displays seven wide-area focusing points, which are clearly superimposed to guide composition. There's also a dioptric adjustment so that prescription glasses can be removed for up-close comfort. The extralarge LCD panel is illuminated for clear viewing whatever the lighting conditions.

You can rely on Rebel Ti's automatic exposure system for professional results, but the camera's special exposure controls give you lots of room for experimentation. With the camera's multiple exposure control, you can place up to nine images in a single frame for impressive surrealistic compositions.

Shooting feels natural because the shutter button, AF point selector, main dial, command dial, and even the LCD panel's buttons are all within reach for one-handed operation. The command dial has seven preset image controls for work in various common shooting situations.

The lens mount is solid stainless steel to handle Canon's full line of world-renowned lenses. A built-in, automatic pop-up flash eliminates guesswork. It recycles for action quickly, and with a red-eye reduction lamp built right in, images are natural and flattering. ... Read more


  • Autofocus 35mm SLR with full manual options
  • Retractable built-in flash
  • 11 exposure modes
  • Includes 28-90mm zoom lens

106. Canon EOS-10D 6.3MP Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)
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Asin: B00008OT2G
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 848
Average Customer Review: 4.61 out of 5 stars
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Canon's EOS-10D 6.3-megapixel digital SLR builds on the strengths of the award-winning EOS-D60 and offers a range of improvements to both the camera's design and its feature set. It offers a seven-point wide-area autofocus system, fast 3-frames-per-second burst rate, and an ergonomic, super-tough magnesium alloy body shell.

The 6.3-million effective pixel CMOS sensor--providing up to 3,072 x 2,048 pixels--is supported by Canon's unique high-power DIGital Imaging Core (DIGIC) processor. The speed at which the DIGIC processor works has allowed Canon to extend the number of full resolution images in burst sequences to nine, at a rate of 3 frames per second. As well as improved speed, DIGIC also helps produce more accurate color rendition while reducing image noise.

The metering system, using the newest metering algorithm available and a 35-zone evaluative metering system linked to all seven focus points, offers improved exposure consistency and stability. A range covering ISO 100 to 1,600 offers high-quality images across a very broad spectrum of shooting conditions. Photographers working in particularly poor light may also take advantage of an option to extend this range to ISO 3,200.

The EOS-10D is the first digital SLR camera to feature direct printing. Linking via a USB cable, you can make prints immediately from any of Canon's range of compatible bubble jet or CPprinters--including the S830D, S530D, and CP-100--without the need to connect to a computer. Controls within the camera's own menu system allow you to choose print quantity, size, and image cropping. When using Canon's card photo printer CP-100, with the optional battery pack, prints can be made in the field away from a power supply.

Other features include:

  • Automatic selection of FAT16 or FAT32 file systems, to supportlarge-capacity CompactFlash Type I or II memory cards of over 2 GB storage size (such as Microdrives).
  • 1.8-inch TFT (transreflective) LCD monitor with five brightness levels and 10x zoom.
  • Super Intelligent Orientation Sensor detects whether the camera is being held in the portrait or landscape orientation when an image is captured, and automatically rotates the image in the camera's LCD preview screen and on a computer when downloading using Canon's ZoomBrowser software.
  • Extended battery life providing approximately 650 images without flash or 500 images with 50 percent flash.
  • Ability to save an image in RAW format even when it was shot in JPEG mode.

The EOS-10D comes complete with battery pack, compact singlebattery-charging unit, USB cable, video cable, the latest Canon software and Photoshop Elements. The EOS-10D accepts the same BP-511 battery pack, and the same BG-ED3 battery grip as the EOS-D60. ... Read more


  • 6.3-megapixel CMOS image sensor for images up to 3072 x 2048 pixels
  • Magnesium body; can save images simultaneously in both RAW and JPEG formats
  • 3 frames per second (fps) burst rate up to 9; Adobe RGB color space; 7-area AF sensor
  • Compatible with CompactFlash Type I and II cards; no card included
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery (BP-511); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

Reviews (59)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not happy with this camera
I have owned a Canon TX and Canon 650 film cameras. I was always very happy with my Canon film cameras. I bought the 10d thinking that I was finally able to get a digital replacement for my old Canon film cameras.

I have now owned my 10d for over a year. The picture quality is only fair. It often selects ISO 100 and gives me fuzzy pictures. The white balance is extremely poor compared with the film cameras. The "full automatic" mode does a poor job of focus and white balance. The "creative" modes are similar to the film cameras but don't seem to work so very well. I am just having a terrible time trying to get the settings right to get good pictures! After a year of trying I am extremely frustrated with it.

Finally, the print pictures I get from it are _always_ too dark. It seems I need to post-process EVERY PICTURE in photoshop to get the gamut correct, or brighten/enhance/correct the photos to make them look right. Argh!

It's all probably user error, but I never had these problems with my old film cameras. If I could easily get PhotoCDs made I would go back to film immediately!

5-0 out of 5 stars From the newbie's perspective...
I am a brand new photographer just learning the ropes, and this is the first digital camera I've owned, so my review is from that perspective...

I'd been thinking for a while about learning some basic photography, and although getting such an expensive camera wasn't the initial plan, the EOS 10D turned out to be the best deal, when considering the number of features and quality of images. Here's what I liked about it:
- it's good enough. Even if Canon or someone else comes out with a new model next year that's a little bit better (more pixels, additional features, etc.), it won't matter. This is a feature-packed camera on which I can learn a wide variety of photographic techniques, and still be happy with it when I get to a higher level of proficiency. It cost more up front, but I'll still have this camera while my friends swap out 4 or 5 (or more) of the $500-ish digital cameras, and I'll be producing better pictures the whole time with the better quality camera.
- it's great (idiotproof) at point and click. Camera arrived 3 days before our trip to Vegas. No time to learn how to use it (besides the very basics), so I largely used it as a point and click while I was there. Despite my utter lack of skill, I still came away with several hundred really awesome photos. This camera is very forgiving and can do most of the work for you, which is key for beginners.
- easy to use buttons. This was my first digital camera - period. Hadn't even used someone else's digital camera much. Despite this, I found the menus and buttons pretty intuitive. With just some basic browsing, I was able to find the things I needed.

I would caution other beginners, though, that the user's manual assumes that you understand something about cameras and photography. I found that I needed to read up on basic photography terms and techniques to understand what the manual was trying to tell me. Fortunately, as I said, the buttons are pretty intuitive, so you don't need the manual to do basic things.

Aside from that, I have to echo the exhuberance of others - no more swapping out film every 24-36 shots is GREAT!!! So is the instant gratification of seeing the picture right away.

In conclusion, the money that was devoted to this camera (plus the lens, flash, 1/2GB memory card, etc., etc.) was very well spent - haven't regretted it for a second. Now if I only had more time to use it...

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!!
This camera is everything I desired in a digital camera and so much more. While other kids played baseball and football I grew up with a Pentax MX strapped around my neck. Photography was and is my passion. This camera allows me the expression I always dreamed of. Combined with Adobe Photoshop, this is the best camera/darkroom setup I've ever worked with!

5-0 out of 5 stars Mega happy
I've had my 10D for just over six months, taking mainly landscape/wildlife photos during that time. I moved up from a Minolta film SLR and chose the 10D in preference to Nikon due to my experiences with the Powershot S400 (compatability of menu systems, software etc) and in preference to the Digital Rebel due to build quality/feel and the slightly faster FPS and improved buffer (important to me when trying to photograph animals). I have a big trip to Alaska coming up where the camera will pay for itself with the savings in film/developing alone, never mind the instant feedback and convenience of not having to sort through 250 rolls of film when I get back.

Overall experience with the 10D is very positive with minimal/no shutter lag, great autofocus speed, and the SLR type features often missing such as depth of field preview, mirror lock up etc. If I have any issue with the camera it is the boot up time which seems like an age compared to simply turning on a film camera but isn't too unreasonable compared to other digital SLRs (the brand new Nikon being one of the few exceptions-at a price, mind).

Other reviewers here and on other sites have commented on the soft focussing. Never had an issue with it but I'm not shooting portraits of people but rather I'm normally using large depth of field.

Picture quality has been consistently excellent. Without trying to mess around with the white balance etc I find the color to be spot on and exposure is consistently where I expect it to be. The additional exposure latitude of digital over slide film really helps on difficult to catch contrasty outdoor scenes and the 10D does a great job of making the most of it (comparing it to point and shoot digital images really brings out the differences). I've printed numerous prints at 13"x19" on a Canon i9100 inkjet at home that are outstanding and exceed the quality that pro lab printed slides/negatives have achieved.

Unfortunately, I managed to get the dreaded "Error 99" message a few weeks ago. I use two new Canon lenses (28-135IS and 100-400IS) and a Sigma 12-24. Seeing other comments about non-Canon lenses causing the problem, I called Sigma who confirmed the 12-24 is software compliant and shouldn't be the issue. I called the Canon service hotline and after 20 seconds was actually speaking to a live body (amazing in this day and age). The technician ran through all the things that could be tried to fix it and confirmed that the camera needed to be sent in for repair. I mailed it on a Tuesday and received the camera back the following Wednesday (with the Memorial Day weekend in between) fully functioning, with a new shutter, updated software, and fully cleaned and running to factory specs. Outstanding service response and an experience to put a smile on my face.

Highly recommended accessories to get for the 10D: 1) a second battery (good power usage but I take way more shots than I used to on film and it's not good to run out while in the middle of nowhere); 2) some form of cover for the LCD screen (hoodman peel-on/off work great and help protect it from scratches).

5-0 out of 5 stars exceeded my expectations
I first saw the Canon D60 three years ago in a photograph shown in a newspaper column right after 9/11. The camera was owned by a professional photographer and the photograph showed the D60 all dirty and beaten up from doing its job at ground zero along with the photographer. The design and ruggedness of the camera catched my attention; instantly I was impressed and wanted to own one (though I am not a professional photographer and have not owned a camera for the past 15 years, nor have I taken any pictures since then). However, after some research, I was a bit dissappointed--the price was out of my range.

Even since then I have kept my eye on the D60's price and product development to its present 10D model. Finally about three weeks ago I decided to plunge down the cash and bought it through Amazon. In the three week period, I have treaded all over the city with my new 10D and snapped pictures after pictures; all throughout this camera still hasn't ceased to impress me.

For a beginner like me, with the 10D, snapping pictures that closely resemble the pros' is as easy as pressing a button. All my pictures are crisp clear and sharp, the seven point focus within the viewfinder is the best thing since slice bread. (I never knew the streets I have been walking everyday for the past 20+ years could look this good in pictures.) I have also been taking pictures of people and then burning the photos to a CD as a gift, people just love me for it.

As for layouts all the buttons are clear and easily reachable. Since I also own a Mac, downloading pictures is a breeze without the fuss of installing any new softwares, all it takes is one button, that is all! The included battery lasts forever and takes only an hour to charge. A 256mb compactflash card with large/fine, the highest besides RAW, resolution will give you approximately 87 photos. Whither its automatic, creative mode, micro, landscape, portrait, it does them all and does them wonderfully. However, the built-in flash's ability is somewhat limited when taking pictures at night.

As for the 'error 99' that I've been hearing about. I emailed Canon and the reply I got is that this error is caused sometimes by third party lenses' compatibility issue or by older lenses that need to have some type of newer microchip replaced in order to work with the new 10D camera. So there you have it. It isn't the camera that is causing the problem. ... Read more

107. Canon EOS Elan 7ne 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-105mm Lens
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00021RETM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2435
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  • 35mm SLR camera with EF lens mount
  • 7-point wide-area focusing system, plus Eye Controlled Focus, which tracks and focuses based on user's eye movement
  • Advanced multi-mode exposure metering
  • New distance-based E-TTL II flash metering
  • Includes 28-105mm lens

108. Canon PowerShot A400 3.2MP Digital Camera with 2.2x Optical Zoom (Orange)
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0002OHOSK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 570
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  • New contemporary design 3.2 Megapixel digital camera with 2.2x Optical/3.2x Digital/7x Combined Zoom
  • Extraordinarily fast shutter release with the Quick Shot function
  • Canon Image Processor and iSAPS Technology for faster processing and excellent image quality
  • New print/share button for easy direct printing and downloads
  • Comes in four fun colors: Silver, Sky Blue, Lime Green, and Sunset Gold

109. Canon CanoScan LiDE 80 Color Scanner
list price: $149.99
our price: $113.99
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Asin: B0000AZ3BL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 677
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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A film scanner that allows you to easily preserve negatives, the Canon LiDE 80 is a remarkably slim unit that's ready to meet big expectations. Don't let the 1.5-inch height fool you--Canon's Z-lid design allows it to perfectly accommodate originals up to one inch thick.

48-bit color and a 16-bit grayscale provide rich tones and clear contrasts; the 2,400 x 4,800 non-interpolated resolution handles the rest with clean, crisp detail. USB 2.0 interface means there's a single cord that supplies both power and connection, as well as a speedy transfer of data.

Bundled with the scanner is an impressive array of software for both Windows and Macintosh OS systems that will allow you to convert, smooth, and organize your images in a variety of ways. Perfect for home use, the Canon LiDE 80 is backed by a one-year warranty with Instant Exchange service.

What's in the Box
Canon LiDE 80 scanner; power/USB 2.0 cable; instructions; setup poster; warranty information; Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0 CD-ROM; CanoScan Setup CD-ROM, including ScanGear CS (Windows/Mac), CanoScan Toolbox (Windows/Mac), Arcsoft PhotoStudio (Windows/Mac), ArcSoft PhotoBase (Windows/Mac), ScanSoft OmniPage SE OCR (Windows/Mac), NewSoft Presto! PageManager (Windows) and NewSoft Presto! BizCard (30-day trial version, Windows only) ... Read more


  • Up to 2,400 x 4,800 dpi hardware resolution for film and photos, 9,600 dpi interpolated
  • 48-bit internal and external color depth, 16-bit grayscale
  • Z-Lid design accommodates bulky originals
  • Film adapter unit for negatives
  • USB 2.0 interface, cable included; 1-year warranty with Instant Exchange

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice for amateur photographer
Slick CanoScan LiDE 80 works well with documents and pictures where 600 dpi resolution is more then enough. Hi-quality full color slide scan with minimum 2400 dpi resolution - this is a real challenge for newly introduced CIS technology. IMHO Canon made it satisfactory with new LiDE 80 model. I don't want to go digital with my Canon Rebel Ti camera, but for inexpensive photo enlargements, graphic works and WEB design projects I need a good scanner, otherwise digital dark-room with powerful Adobe Photoshop post-processing will be unavailable for me. I do my photofinishing in Fuji minilab, "Frontier" can dump my digital images on CD-R in bulk (1840x1232 JPEG with 300 dpi resolution, price ~6$ per roll) - that's all you can get from advanced minilabs today :-(. As alternative, you can buy professional Nikon Super Coolscan with 4000 dpi - it will cost you 10 times more than SOHO flatbed scanner and you'll never be able to capitalize this investment in our "digital" future.

Today with CanoScan LiDE 80 I am in control of my pictures!

Software bundle is adequate and Elements 2.0 is a real bargain for Adobe Photoshop novice.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Scanner, Poor OS X Drivers
I got this scanner to replace a 1220U for the Film scanning and decent OS X drivers. Unfortunately the drivers on the CD are really bad, but the ones on-line (Tool Box 4.1.3 and LiDE as of this writing) are better, so download them first. PhotoShop Elements is a great bonus but the OmniScan SE is a "classic" only app. Not Canon's fault but still disappointing. Also the film tray is for negatives, not slides so be aware of that. Otherwise it is a nice scanner, light weight, compact and combines USB and power in the same cable (down with AC adaptors!). Mac OS X people get the drivers from the website first.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great and Easy to use.
Old scanner(4yrs. and it died) was a general HP not for pic's or slides. Decided I want to copy my pic's & slides onto CD. This scanner works great with a great price. And it has a nice software package. Cannot compare to a high price scanner but I am very pleased the the results that I am getting from my pic's, old negatives and slides. I am using the software with W98SE and I have the scanner plugged into a Belkin hup. I also have the Canon printer i860 which does very nice pic's.

5-0 out of 5 stars easy for computer dummies like me
Short and sweet I'm just a guy with a computer no fancy computer job no fancy education in computers. I read the manuals but they are not my cup of tea. This scanner took me about 2 days to really get the hang of it. Which was a short time compared to what most of this stuff takes for me. If your like me just go to cannon on your menu open canno scan tool box, click save and start there.

4-0 out of 5 stars Re:- Using 4-hub USB adaptor
I plugged my LiDE 80 into a cheap 4-hub USB adaptor and it is producing excellent quality scans.
My only reservation is that scanning via the single-touch button produces a reddish tinge, whereas scans to the computer seldom needs adjustment, but if they do, the desired result is easily obtained via Adobe 2.0 (supplied with the scanner).
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110. Canon CP-220 Compact Photo Printer Kit
list price: $279.00
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Asin: B00023DQAQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 221
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Canon's CP-220 compact dye-sub photo printer enables you to print pictures quickly, easily, and directly from a digital camera, virtually anywhere. It can print high-quality color photos in three different paper sizes, either from a computer via USB or from a digital camera via direct connection. It is small enough to travel, powered by the included AC adapter.

Using 300 dpi dye-sublimation technology with 256 levels of color, this compact photo printer renders skin tones, shadings, and fine details with professional-looking accuracy. A transparent water- and fade-resistant coating offers added protection against the damaging effects of sunlight and humidity.

The CP-220 produces wide (4 by 8 inches), postcard (4 by 6 inches), and credit card (with or without borders) sizes, plus credit card labels and mini labels. You'll get completed prints in just 85 seconds (40 seconds for credit card size).

The transparent water and fade-resistant coating offers added protection against the damaging effects of sunlight and humidity.

Print frame-by-frame images of your favorite movies and ID Photos shot with your Canon Powershot camera.

The CP-220 supports the PictBridge printing standard, enabling any PictBridge-compliant digital camera to connect directly to the printer. For maximum versatility, you can also connect your computer to the CP-220 via a standard USB computer cable (not included). Printer drivers and Canon software for both PCs and Mac are included. The CP-220 also features an Automatic Dynamic Range Correction function that optimizes the print image information sent from your PictBridge camera, producing brighter, sharper, better-looking results.

ID Photo Print
U se your Canon PowerShot camera with ID Photo Print feature to take a picture. Then crop and print it right from the camera. In seconds, you've got multiple ID Photos on a single sheet. Ideal for school or work, security badges, application forms and more.

Movie Print
With Movie Print, you can create frame-by-frame prints of mini movies. Set the "Movie Print" feature on your camera to create an index print of the individual frames; the camera automatically selects key frames based on the total running time of the movie and the number of stills required to fill the sheet.

What's in the Box
CP-220 printer, compact power adapter (CA-CP100), cleaner, 4-by-6 ink cassette, 4-by-6 trial standard paper, and 4-by-6 paper cassette; USB printer cable not included.

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111. Canon PowerShot A310 3.2MP Digital Camera
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B0001G6U4I
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 111
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The perfect entry-level camera for digital photography newbies, the affordable Canon PowerShot A310 (updating 2003's A300) features simple operation (including one-button printing), a 3.2-megapixel sensor for prints up to 11 x 14 inches, and improved video capture. It also comes with features found on many of Canon's high-end lineup, including a fast Digic image processor and 5-point AiAF autofocus.

Optics and Resolution
The PowerShot A310 has a maximum 3.2-megapixel resolution for images up to 2048 x 1536 pixels. You'll have the depth and detail you need to create beautiful prints and impressive online results. It also has 1600 x 1200, 1024 x 768, and 640 x 480 resolution modes.

It's is equipped with a 33mm f/3.6 (35mm equivalent) moderate wide-angle lens, suitable for scenic views and group portraits, as well as general photography. A 5.1x digital zoom facility enhances reach, creating an effective maximum zoom length of 168mm (35mm equivalent).

Movie Mode
The movie capability has been upgraded from the A300, with the ability to capture 30 seconds of video with audio at a 640 x 480 (VGA) resolution. You can also capture up to 3 minutes of video at 320 x 240 or 160 x 120 pixel resolutions.

More Camera Features

  • 1.5-inch low-temperature polycrystalline silicon TFT color LCD (7,800 pixels)
  • 2-inch macro focusing for intense close-up photography
  • Histogram Displaygives you a graphic view of a shot's brightness distributionright in the LCD monitor
  • Photo effects: Vivid, neutral, low sharpening, sepia, and black & white
  • Continuous shooting: Approximately 2.2 shots/second
  • White balance control: Auto, pre-set (daylight, cloudy, tungsten, fluorescent, fluorescent H), or custom white balance

Canon Technology Features

  • Digic Imaging Processor: While much technical discussion of digital cameras centers around the optics and the CCD sensor, the complex task of image rendering is the job of the image processor--the "brains" of a digital camera. Canon's latest, exclusive DIGIC Imaging Processor significantly enhances digital camera performance in numerous areas. DIGIC's high-speed signal processing is combined with high-capacity buffering to give Canon digital cameras fast response and continuous shooting capability unmatched by other digital cameras. DIGIC delivers longer battery life and beautiful, rich color rendition with far fewer white saturation problems. And DIGIC's unequaled precision delivers clear, noise-free images that are demonstrably superior.
  • iSAPS Technology: Canon iSAPS (Intelligent Scene Analysis based on Photographic Space) technology dramatically improves the performance of AF (Autofocus), AE (Auto Exposure), and AWB (Auto White Balance). By analyzing a huge volume of photography data, accumulated over 60 years and the manufacture of over 150 million cameras, Canon engineers arrived at statistical relationships among focal length, focus distance, scene brightness, and other factors. Equipped with this "fore knowledge" Canon PowerShot cameras can optimize AF/AE/AWB settings for any given scene more rapidly and more effectively.
  • Multi-point AiAF: Canon's wide-area, multi-point AiAF (artificial intelligence autofocus) automatically selects one or more focusing points based on factors, such as subject position and motion. AiAF works in conjunction with iSAPS Technology to more quickly and accurately achieve autofocus under a wide variety of shooting conditions. You get fast, accurate AF whether you hold the camera horizontally or vertically, with stationary or moving subjects, with off-center subjects, and even in low-light/low-contrast lighting.

Direct Printing/Sharing
The PowerShot A310 introduces a new Print/Share button that speeds and simplifies printing to compatible Canon and PictBridge enabled printers and one-touch image transfer to Windows XP, Me, 2000, and 98 computers for use with image processing programs, uploading to the Internet, or placement in e-mail. When connected to a Canon Compact Photo printer, a Movie Print mode divides the selected clip into equal parts and prints thumbnails of a maximum 63 equally spaced frames onto a single sheet of Postcard Size Paper.

Storage and Transfer
Images and video are stored on CompactFlash memory cards (Type I only) and the included 32 MB card holds approximately 33 images at the Large/Fine setting.Images can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB 1.1 connectivity, which means the camera can be connected to any USB-based Windows Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software.

Power and Size
The camera is powered by two AA batteries (alkalines included; rechargeable NiMH batteries recommended). With the LCD on, you will get approximately 75 shots on when using alkalines, or 350 shots when using NiMH batteries. It measures 4.33 by 2.28 by 1.44 inches and weighs 6.17 ounces (without batteries).

What's in the Box
This package contains the PowerShot A310 digital camera, 32 MB CompactFlash card, wrist strap (WS-200), two AA alkaline batteries, and USB cable. The supplied software on the CD-ROM includes browsing and printing software ZoomBrowser EX (Windows) and ImageBrowser (Mac). Other software includes PhotoStitch, plus photo and movie manipulation software ArcSoft PhotoStudio and VideoImpression. ... Read more


  • 3.2-megapixel captures enough detail to create photo-quality 10-by-14-inch enlargements
  • 5.1x digital zoom
  • 5-point autofocus; VGA movie mode; PictBridge compatible
  • Store images on Compact Flash Type I memory cards (32 MB card included)
  • Powered by 2 AA-size batteries (alkaline included, rechargeable NiMH recommended)

112. Canon i960 Photo Printer
list price: $169.99
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Asin: B0000C3HI4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 311
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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Note: The Canon i960 is no longer being manufactured. You may want to consider purchasing the newer Canon Pixma iP5000 or Pixma iP6000d instead.

Will photo labs soon be a thing of the past? They will be in your house, after you take a look at the outstandingly detailed, professional quality photos produced by the Canon i960 printer. It's your choice whether you print from images on your computer or directly from your camera or camcorder's memory card--thanks to Bubble Jet Direct and PictBridge technologies. Either way, the vivid tones and smooth imaging of 4,800 x 2,400 dpi and 2-picoliter droplets will make your photos entirely suitable for framing. (4,800 x 2.400 dpi is the maximum possible resulution, with 4,800 x 1,200 dpi maximum along the edge of the page.)

This printer can connect directly to select digital cameras.Learn moreabout PictBridge.
Print sizes range from 4 by 6 up to 8.5 by 11 inches, with or without borders. The smaller size prints in just 37 seconds, while the larger is produced in just less than one minute (fast mode). Plus, you won't have to worry about wasted ink, thanks to the six individual tanks, designed so you only have to replace the specific color that's empty. Built to handle photo papers of a variety of weights and finishes, the i960 can also handle transparencies, plain or high-resolution paper, and envelopes. Canon provides a one-year warranty with Instant Exchange service.

What's in the Box
Canon i960 series photo printer, i960 series print head, power cord, BCI-6Bk ink tank, BCI-6PC ink tank, BCI-6PM ink tank, BCI-6C ink tank, BCI-6M ink tank, BCI-6Y ink tank, setup sheet, software CD-ROM; software includes printer driver, setup software, User's Guide, Quick Start Guide, PictBridge Instruction Sheet, Electronic User's Guide, Photo Application Guide, e-registration, Easy-PhotoPrint 2.0 and Easy-PhotoPrint Plus (Windows/Mac), PhotoRecord (Windows), ZoomBrowser EX (Windows), ImageBrowser (Mac), PhotoStitch (Windows/Mac), Easy-WebPrint (Windows, requires Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.5, version 6.0 recommended); USB cable not included ... Read more


  • Up to 4,800 x 2,400 dpi resolution
  • Prints a 4-by-6-inch borderless photo in approximately 37 seconds
  • Bubble Jet Direct and PictBridge compatible for digital-camera printing
  • USB 2.0 interface; PC and Mac compatible
  • 1-year warranty with Instant Exchange service

Reviews (104)

5-0 out of 5 stars glad I waited this long to buy a photo printer
I'm not an 'early adopter'. Didn't buy a digital camera until I was convinced the photos would rival my good old OM-1! Same with the photo printer.

Anyway: The i960 looked so good in the store that it became a family Christmas present. We were all very pleased from the very first print.

We don't print anything without a quick check of framing/cropping on the computer's nice, big screen. So, who cares that the printer doesn't have a memory card slot or a 2-inch LCD for editing/previewing?

The supplied Easy Photo Print software is pretty easy to use and hasn't confused or disappointed us. We may never graduate to anything more sophisticated!

Prints made on the cheapest Canon 'Glossy Photo Paper' have impressed everyone. On the 'Pro' paper they have even more snap. We don't seem to have used up much ink yet either... so I really won't mind buying Genuine Canon cartridges when the time comes!

Yeah, the i960 resides toward the more-expensive end of the printer spectrum and it is optimized as a photo (vs. general purpose) printer. But if, like us, your goal is glorious photos you can't help but be pleased with its output. And the entertainment value of watching this 'magic' happen again and again is undeniable. Buy one!

4-0 out of 5 stars Must have printer
Purchased this printer for photo printing only. Main reason was that it has two USB ports. Utilized the high speed port to connect an iMac flat panel and the full speed port to a Windows XP computer. Installation was a breeze and had both computers up and printing in 25 minutes. I have only printed out with the borderless 4x6 pro paper that came with the printer so my review is with limited use. I have a Nikon 885 3 mega-pixel camera taking pictures on the highest quality setting. The pictures are amazing with vibrant colors. Speed to print from the XP computer is immediate while the iMac typically takes an extra 10-20 seconds to send print information. Although, I believe this is the Mac OS X problem and not the printer since it takes this long to send information to the HP all-in-one also connected. The quality of the prints and the price of the printer make this an excellent buy. Compared the same photo from this printer to one done at a decent photo lab and was hard pressed to notice differences.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Printer Head / Ink Cartridge Design
I am very disappointed in the Cannon i960 printer. The printer head is very poorly designed. I had great difficulty getting the print head and ink cartridges to work. I had to reseat the printer head 5 times before it would work. I had to reseat the magenta ink cartridge 5 times before it would work. It took 4 hours of reading the manual to diagnose all the errors I was getting and running tests to get this printer where it would print a color picture. Our last printer was an HP 895cse. The HP was easy to set up and ran great for 3 years. I wish we had bought another HP. I am very disappointed in the quality of this printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Direct, simple & complete.
After delivery, I checked out the directions printed on the sides of the box before opening it. My first opioion was that this was going to be a quick and easy assembly and application software uploaded to Zigzag, the name I've given to my computer. I unloaded the printer, power cable, the ink jet cartridges, & 4X6 photo paper insert. Then I unwrapped all shipping tape stripping from the products, placed the printer on its stand...please excuse my long windedness...attached the power cord, placed the ink cartridges in their appropriate spots, placed the 4X6 paper tray, expanded the the paper outputs trays, pluged in MY OWN USB cable...since one didn't come with the purchase.

There it was, ready to go. My second opinion was that all was easy. I uploaded the software following instructions. All was easy like drinking fine wine.

My first photo print was two 2X3 photos on one sheet of 4X6 glossy paper supplied with the Canon i906. The detailed printing application was a breeze, the color and detail quality were excellent, as good/better than photo lab processing. I'm a Happy Photographer & Happy Photo Printer thanks to my new CANON i960. Enjoy.

I can't believe why no cable was included knowing that it uses only one kind of cable. Now I have to go get a cable somewhere. So basically the price of the printer is $20 more then list price. If there were choices of cable to use I can understand but it only uses USB. ... Read more

113. Canon Optura 30 MiniDV Camcorder w/12x Optical Zoom
list price: $849.99
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Asin: B00023CDIM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon USA
Sales Rank: 473
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Whether shooting up-close or from a distance, the Optura 30 delivers video and photos with exceptional definition and contrast, making every shot you take a potential award-winner. Featuring Genuine Canon Optics, the Optura 30 combines a powerful 12x Optical Zoom with a 240x Digital Zoom, ensuring that you always get the shot you want.

Auto-Exposure Bracketing
In uncertain lighting conditions, the Auto-Exposure Bracketing feature will make sure your bases are covered: With a single press of the PHOTO button, the camcorder records three photos with different exposures. Later, you can choose which photo is best for printing or storing.
Enjoy stunning video and photos
The secret behind the Optura 30 and Optura 40 camcorders' incredible video and photos is Canon's DIGIC DV technology. Since videos and photos have different color requirements, DIGIC DV uses special color optimization techniques when processing an image for output to a TV or printer. The result is accurate, life-like color reproduction in all your videos and photos.

Catch all the action without the shake
Life rarely sits still for a shot, that's why the Optura 30 and Optura 40 feature Canon's advanced Image Stabilization system. Now you can keep images smooth and steady, even at full telephoto and while panning or zooming. The large 2.5" LCD and Color Viewfinder further helps to compose sensational shots from any angle.

Dazzle on-lookers with vibrant color shots
Now you can relive those precious moments with all their true vibrant colors. While traditional camcorders process color with a standard CMYG filter (resulting in duller colors), the Optura 30 and Optura 40 camcorders use Canon's RGB Primary Color Filter, which separates light passing through the lens into their true red, green and blue color components. The result is professional-quality images that deliver natural-looking tones and superior color rendition.

Get the full picture on your wide-screen TV
Unlike camcorders which only record a vertically stretched picture, the Optura 30 and Optura 40 both feature a High-Resolution 16:9 Mode that records video in true 16:9 ("letterbox") format for playback on wide-screen TVs. When shooting in the 16:9 Mode, the entire width of the 2.2 Megapixel CCD image sensor is used to capture your footage. The result is wide-screen quality videos that are certain to impress even the biggest "big screen" fan.

Canon's Megapixel CCD
Canon's Megapixel CCD Image Sensor delivers crisp images with life-like detail. Whether you are shooting video or photos with the camcorder, you will get the best results. The CCD works like film -- when light is captured by the sensor, it registers an image and advanced processing converts the pixels into digital data creating your video or photos.

Canon's exclusive DIGIC DV
DIGIC DV, our exclusive signal processing circuit, makes it possible to achieve accurate color for both video and digital photos. Since video and digital photos have different color requirements, DIGIC DV utilizes two different color techniques to maximize video quality on a TV and still image quality for print or computer display.

Take it from sight to website at a moment's notice
Thanks to the Optura's improved Motion JPEG feature, you can shoot video ready for streaming over the Internet or for e-mailing. The Motion JPEG Mode records your footage onto the Secure Digital memory card at 15 frames/second, giving you up to 60 minutes of recording time on a 512MB card. You can then quickly and easily transfer your movies to your computer using the USB cable.

Make incredible panoramas and portraits
The Optura line of camcorders gives you the power to edit your still images in a variety of exciting ways. The Stitch Assist feature allows you to capture and create breathtaking 360-degree panoramas, while the Skin Detail Mode helps you take complimentary close-ups of people by softening details and reducing skin imperfections.

Turn your camcorder into a webcam
Exclusive to Canon, the Optura camcorders feature a Network Mode that enables you to remotely control your camcorder through the DV Messenger2 software application. Control the focus and zoom of your camcorder from a computer while streaming the video via its IEEE 1394 terminal

Explore your creativity with the supplied software
Included in your Optura Kit are Pinnacle Studio 9SE and Pinnacle Instant Photo Album, two powerful editing programs that can help turn your videos and photos into lasting memories.

What's in the Box
  • Optura 40/Optura 30
  • NB-2LH Battery Pack
  • CA-570 Compact Power Adapter
  • STV-250N Stereo Video Cable
  • SS-900 Shoulder Strap
  • WL-D83 Wireless Controller
  • SDC-8M SD Memory Card
  • IFC-300PCU USB Cable

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  • MiniDV camcorder and still camera with 2.2-megapixel CCD
  • 12x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 240x) and image stabilizer
  • 2.5-inch LCD with 180-degree rotation
  • Capture low-light recordings with Night Mode and record in 16:9 format
  • Record for up to 225 minutes on one battery charge

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Bad Indoor performance kills an otherwise 5 star camera.
2 1/2 stars.. Good feel and Features saves it from a 2 star rating. With minimal low light performance, this camera would have been 5 stars.

I tried both this camera and the Elura 65/70 side by side. While I prefered the feel and overall features of the Optura, the low light is so bad on the Optura, that I ended up selecting the Elura 70. Overall, the Elura has better video performance for less money. And isn't video performance the top reason to buy a camcorder?

Low light is relative.. I'm talking regular indoor lighting, not near dark stuff. I tested it with 300 watts of artificial light ins a 25x15 room and the colors were dull/drab and noticably darker and less colorful than the elura. What's worse, as you lower the light, movement/pans of the camera leave echos of objects! Below 60 lux, the camera is pretty much useless without an accesory light. I find this unacceptable in a $899 camera. I will say that nantural sunlight does wonders for performance, but this only helps when filming near windows or in a sunroom and does nothing at night.

Don't even consider the night modes, they slow down the frame rate and look worse anything you would film in standard mode. And to those that may ask, yes, auto slow shutter is off(which i recommend for any Canon camcorder).

I think the cultrip is the RGB filter... which produces more accurate colors but decreases luminance levels. This is why single CCD cameras genreally use Complementary filters... and why if you want RGB, yuo should get a 3 CCD Camera. I suppose that Canon thought that the 2mp CCD would make up for this weakness. It doesn't. I would have loved this camera with a Complentary filter. I'll sacrifice a negligable amount of color accuracy in bright light for tolerable indoor performance anything. The truth it's hard to tell the difference in the colors, but it's easy to tell the difference indoors.. and indoors, it's brightness and Color that are so bad! The Elura 65/70 performs MUCH better indoors producing reasonably well at normal lighing conditions.. and even as low as 15 lux.

Still Performance is OK, but the overall quality isn't much better than the 1mp elura.. except that the pictures are 1623x1224 rather than 1280x960... While good for a camcorder, they are still no substitute for a digital camera. Don't buy either for stills! The Elura takes suprisingly good photos without a flash, but an external flash is available.

After trying both cameras, I loved the 30.. and it was difficult to part with it. I ran the same tests over and over, and even tried a different Optura, thinking that mine may have been defective.
The bottom line is: If these cameras were the same price, I would have taken the Elura... with the Elura being cheaper, it's a no brainer.

Good Luck

Optura Likes: Excellent auto focus, focus ring, overall feel of Camera is the best that I've felt. Integrated flash, 2mp CCD, Top Loader, Exposure setting.

Dislikes: INDOOR PERFORMANCE IS VERY POOR. Menu Dial is in awkward position. Price.

NOTE: Canon was SO close with this camera. I'm not saying it's not a good camera.. it's feel and performance are great.. it just performs at the bottom of the bell curve on indoor performance... even when compared to cameras half the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good Camera!
I recently purchased the Optura 30 at a local retailer after months of research. I must say that I am happy with all of the camera's features except the night mode, which was suppose to be improved. The Optura 40 has Super Night mode, but I haven't been able to find the camera in retail stores to test it out.

Aside from the poor low light feature, the Optura 30 is a great camera. It takes great digital stills (2.0 megapixel) and pretty good Motion JPEGs.

I recommend this camera! ... Read more

114. Canon Sure Shot 115u 35mm Date Camera Kit w/ Zoom
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00008W6RR
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 84
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Smoothly designed in a durable aluminum body, the Canon Sure Shot 115u is easy to use and can adjust to most situations to capture clear photos. The 3x zoom (38 to 115 millimeters) provides a wide range of options in snapping your subject. The autofocus system uses 3 sensors to create a sharp and clear image, even when the subject is in motion or off-center. The 115u has several shooting modes such as automatic, action, night scene, portrait, and close-up mode.

Film loading, advance, and rewind are fully automatic for easy operation, and you can even rewind mid-roll as well. The flash can be set to automatic, fill, off, or red-eye reduction. Use the exposure compensation to help show subjects out in under or over lit situations. The 10-second self-timer is useful for self-portraits or group shots. You can also imprint the date onto your photos for record-keeping. This camera kit also includes a wrist strap, soft compact case, one 3-volt lithium battery (CR2), and one 24-exposure roll of 35mm film. ... Read more


  • 3x zoom lens 35mm camera
  • 5 programmed shooting modes
  • 3-point autofocus system
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • 10 second self-timer

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars a great buy!
I received this camera as a gift, and it has surpassed all my expectations! There are 6 zoom levels, a timer, and 5 modes (nighttime, portrait, still life, and motion are the only ones I've used). I've gotten 3 rolls of film developed, and the quality is AMAZING. My old Panasonic would zoom in well, but the developed pictures were really blurry. With the Canon Sureshot 115u, there is no blur whatsoever, even on the furthest zoom setting. An excellent buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing quality with great ease of use
This is a very simple camera to use. The results are excellent. I mostly use 800 speed films and that might contribute to the vivid colors. But I have a Nikon N50 SLR with Quantraray lens and 115u gives me quality pictures which are as good as if not better, N50. I tried night close-ups, low-light, action and general pictures. Interesting thing is that, I found Walmart development better than any other place. We usually use, Walmart one day service. They use Fuji machine vs Kodak at most other places.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera
I just got this camera yesterday, I haven't even developed a roll of film off of it yet, but I love it! The zoom power is amazing. I also love the compact size of it too! ... Read more

115. Canon i70 Color Bubble Jet Printer
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00008CMU9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 8331
Average Customer Review: 4.44 out of 5 stars
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A versatile mobile color printer, the Canon i70 Color Bubble Jet sports an attractive price tag and is ideal for a wide variety of home and office uses. A 600 x 600 dpi resolution (black) and 4,800 x 1,200 dpi resolution (color) combine with a total of 704 print nozzles, resulting in bright, crisp, and detailed prints. Print speeds are an impressive 13 ppm black and white and 9 ppm color, while photo-quality 4-by-6-inch prints take as little as 90 seconds.

The i70 connects via USB, parallel port, or CompactFlash Type II slot for easy interfacing, and can print from supported Canon digital cameras and camcorders, with or without a PC. Both Windows and Mac drivers are included; and for PCs only, wireless infrared IrDA printing is available with Windows-compatible devices.

Truly mobile, this lightweight printer (4 pounds) fits nicely into most briefcases, measuring just 12.4 by 6.9 by 2.0 inches when closed. You can run the i70 with the included AC power adapter or buy the optional Portable Kit, which includes a lithium ion battery rated for 450 pages per 2-hour charge and a battery holder to charge the battery while attached to the printer.

A wide variety of paper types are supported, including envelopes, glossy photo paper, matte photo paper, transparencies, T-shirt transfers, and more, as well as paper sizes from 4 by 6 inches to A4. The software bundle helps users get the most out of their prints with Easy-PhotoPrint, Easy-WebPrint, PhotoRecord, ZoomBrowser EX, ImageBrowser, and PhotoStitch. Epson also provides a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Printer, sheet feeder, paper tray, power supply and cord, BCI-15 black ink tank, BCI-15 color ink tank, software and driver CD-ROM, instructions, setup and warranty information ... Read more


  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 color dpi resolution
  • Up to 13 ppm black, 9 ppm color; true borderless photos
  • Direct printing from select Canon digital cameras
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible; wireless IrDA for Windows
  • Supports optional battery for fully portable operation

Reviews (18)


(1) This is the lightest printer among peers. HP's 450cbi, the closest alternative in my book, is nowhere near as portable as the i70.

(2) Prints directly from a digicam. I use Canon's G3, and I can now share photo print-outs straight from my camera. No need to lug my laptop around.

(3) The battery life is great, don't believe detractors. IN general you don't need the battery -- that is only for outings, for those occasions when you just have to print out something while sitting by the lake.

(4) It is FAST! Especially for color prints, it outpaces my full-blown HP laserjet.

(5) It is QUIET. You'll have to get used to its noiseless printing. First time round, I had to check to make sure the paper was printed on.

(6) Is a breeze to INSTALL. Something you can expect from Canon, of course.

(7) Works with both Windows and Macs.


(1) The photo quality may not appeal to shutterbugs, especially if NOT printed on photo paper, but for general office workers with little desk space or for folks with a packed travel roster, the i70 is a pretty safe bet.

(2) The ink costs may sky rocket quite quickly if you print colored stuff often. If, like me, your general printing is B&W, then this is a great buy.

(3) The price, especially if you buy the battery pack. But there are deals if you know where to look.


A great overall printer, definitely if you need to carry one around. I purchase Epson's photo paper (not Canon's own) for color shots and the i70 prints more than adequately. The speed, the quality and the quietness make it one of my top printer recommendations -- all things said, even better than a regular inkjet.

5-0 out of 5 stars quiet and fast
I just got this printer today and so far am very happy with it. Luckily, I had a spare USB cable (it comes without one!) Setup was easy and worked just as described in the manual (win xp). The print software Easy print is truely easy to use and works really well. In less than 30 minutes I had installed the printer, and 5 nice and crips photos printed (the printer comes with a trial package of 4x6 glossy paper). The most amazing feature is how quiet and fast it prints. My old Epson printer took forever to print anything and while it was printing my whole sturdy desk shook with the motion and noise. The i70 couldn't be a starker contrast to that. Be aware that you can load only 10 sheets at a time (less for photo paper and envelops).

5-0 out of 5 stars Small Printer-Big Success
I needed a small portable printer for my laptop, and after researching them, I chose the Canon i70. It has all of the attributes I needed-lightweight,super easy to use, fast as the office rumor mill, and a great print job. I highly recommend this product to anyone fortunate enough to have purchased it.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Purchases I have Made
I don't usually write reviews, but have to for this. It prints black text fast as anything. I do a lot of heavy printing and am still on both of my cartridges since I purchased it about a month ago. The one thing that I was worried about was printing pictures. I use glossy photo paper for pictures and they turn out great. It is small, portable and as good as a full size printer. I have recommended this printer to everyone. It is more than I could have asked for in a printer this size.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Printer is Fantastic!
This TINY printer is amazing. Its whisper quiet, fast, and prints with exceptional quality (both photos and documents in color and B/W). I have no complaints whatsoever. Also, you can start printing virtually immediately after taking it out of the box - easy with USB cable. I highly recommend this printer to anyone. ... Read more

116. Canon PowerShot A70 3.2MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00008OE5G
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 403
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

Featuring a high-tech design with aluminum front cover and metallic handgrip, the Canon PowerShot A70 combines a sense of both the modern and the traditional. Despite its entry-level designation in Canon's digital lineup, the 3.2-megapixel PowerShot A70 is a surprisingly advanced model with a higher resolution than its counterpart A60 model and more manual features than you'll find on most digital point-and-shoots.

Optics and Resolution
The PowerShot A70 features a 3.2-megapixel sensor that can capture images up to 2,048 x 1,536 pixels, producing print enlargements up to 11 by 14 inches. It's also equipped with a 3x optical zoom lens (35-105mm, f/2.8-4.8) to cover a wide selection of photographic opportunities, as well as a 3.2x digital zoom. The PowerShot A70 also features Canon's five-point AiAF (Artificial intelligence Auto Focus) system for focusing accuracy, shutter speeds of 15 to 1/2,000 second, and fast sequence shooting at a rate of 2.2 frames per second (fps).

Movie Mode
Shoot up to three minutes of MPEG video at resolutions up to 320 x 240 pixels with sound, editing controls, and VCR-like playback. You can also shoot video at up to VGA resolution (640 x 480) for 30 seconds. The camera can also attach voice memos or sound files of up to 60 seconds to each image.

More Features
Offering a wider scope for photographic experimentation, Canon has also included manual, aperture priority, and shutter priority exposure modes. These modes are supported by a metering system that boasts evaluative, center-weighted average and spot options. Canon's DIGIC (DIGital Imaging Core) processor ensures excellent color rendition and white balance for every shot, as well as super-fast auto focusing, noise-free imaging, and advanced flash exposure performance.

Other features include:

  • 1.5-inch TFT (transreflective) LCD monitor.
  • Built-in flash with auto, on, off, manual, and red-eye reduction modes.
  • Shot modes include manual, portrait, landscape, night scene, stitch assist, and more.

Storage and Transfer
Images and video are stored on CompactFlash memory cards (Type I only) and the included 16 MB card holds approximately 16 images at the Large/Fine setting. Files can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB connectivity, which means it can be connected to any USB-based Windows 98/Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software.

Canon has introduced a series of printers designed to work directly with its lineup of digital cameras. Using these printers, no computer is required--simply connect the camera to the printer and start printing. Printers include Canon's bubble jet direct printers S830D and S530D, and card photo printer CP-100. Of course, photos from your camera can also be printed on any home computer system with an inkjet printer, sent off for online processing, or simply enjoyed on your computer screen.

Power, Size, and Contents
The camera is powered by four AA batteries (alkalines included; rechargeable NiMH batteries recommended). It measures 4.0 by 2.5 by 1.3 inches and weighs 7.6 ounces (without batteries). This package includes the PowerShot A70 digital camera, 16 MB CompactFlash card, four AA batteries, USB and AV cables, wrist strap, and ArcSoft Camera Suite CD-ROM and USB drivers for Windows and Mac. ... Read more


  • 3.2 megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 8 x 10 prints and medium-quality prints up to 11 x 14
  • 3x optical zoom and 3.2x digital zoom (9.6x total)
  • Up to 3 minutes of video with sound; manual, aperture and shutter priority exposure modes
  • Compatible with CompactFlash Type I cards; 16 MB card included
  • Powered by 4 AA batteries (alkalines included); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

Reviews (208)

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid, no-nonsense, easy-to-use camera
The Canon A70 Powershot is my first digital camera. Before this one, I owned a Canon EOS 35mm and spent hundreds of dollars a year on printing photos. However, I wanted to save on photo printing fees, share photos with friends and family over the web, and still enjoy the features that used for years on my EOS. I wanted to take photos in night and dim light situations as well as daytime and wide scenery, and enjoy the creative expression I had with the EOS. Going digital with the Canon Powershot was the most sensible move I could have made.

Things I like about this camera:
- the 3 megapixel resolution allows printing of very clean, clear photos on glossy paper;
- colors are natural-looking, vivid and realistic
- the ISO setting of up to 400 makes it easy to take photos without flash
- CompactFlash cards are cheaper than the other alternatives on the market
- the software included allows easy transfer of photos via USB
- power-up time is minimal
- the camera is a comfortable weight, and feels like a more expensive camera to the touch
- battery life (when using standard rechargeable Ni-MH AA batteries) is more than satisfactory for the casual photographer (I take maybe 50 photos a week, most without flash but with the LCD on, and only have to recharge once a month or so)
- photos taken using digital zoom, while looking grainy on the LCD, end up with surprisingly crisp clarity overall

Things I dislike:
- no 800x600 resolution setting (sometimes 640x480 seems too small and 1024x768 too large for photos shared over the web or used in PowerPoint slide shows)
- inept redeye settings (it never seemed to work too well for me - is there something I'm missing?);
- photos taken in sepia seem a tad yellowish for my taste (possibly a problem that could be adjusted in printing)
- the meager selection of LCD display background and sounds
- camera cannot read or display photos from a CF card that have been edited and resaved in a separate PC application (the LCD just shows a question mark)
- slightly flimsy focus knob/level (I would have preferred a bit more solid feel)
- removing the CF card requires a bit of a trick to get the lid off (it's fine once you get used to it, however)
- focus cannot be adjusted while recording video, and the sound quality of the built-in speaker is comparable to a cheap child's toy
- some purple stripes appear on the LCD in certain lighting conditions during shooting (these do not appear in the final photo, however)

All this said, for the main reasons why I bought this camera, I haven't regretted the purchase. (But for sharing photos over the web, the single most aggravating point is the lack of a 800x600 photo resolution setting! Alas, that is what Photoshop is for...) The camera is simple enough to use, feels sturdy, takes photos that are of excellent quality, and the benefits of this camera far outweigh the disadvantages IMO. Although I'm no expert photographer, I feel like I have purchased a product that will satisfy my basic needs and my creative needs for years to come.

4-0 out of 5 stars Only camera with full manual under 300!
1. Excellent features like 3MP, Video out, AA batteries, movie w/sound etc.
2. Very competitively priced.
3. Manual features like long shutter and shutter/aperture priority mode.
4. Superb battery life, works even on normal alkaline AA's.
5.Uses standard & inexpensive CF card. (not stick or xd card).
6.Good LCD screen, very good ergonomics.

1. Its effectively 2 inches thick not 1.3, when you consider the battery compartment size.
2. Not pocketable, very heavy with 4 AA batteries and thick. (Canon didn't use just 2 AA's probably to protect their Elph line.)
3. AF assist is just a gimmick, doesn't help camera focus better. The weak beam reaches only a few feet.
4. Soft images and lot of time needed to auto-focus & also shutter lag.
5. Build quality and reliability isn't as good as Elph's (Elph's are made in Japan in Canon factories unlike A70/A60 which are outsourced).

In short, if you want manual features and can live with its weight/size then this is the best 3MP for your money. If size/pocketability/reliability is more imp than manual features then Elph series is much better.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Bargain! Buy it while it's still available!
This is my first digital camera and I absolutely love it. I am a computer guy myself, so the basic come a little easier to me than others but even my wife (not so much the computer person) is able to use it without reserve and she prefers it better than our still camera.

The shooting modes are easily accessible on the top dial. You can switch from AUTO, to camcorder, to action shots within seconds. I can get 137 pix out of one 128mb card. The battery life is great. I DEFINITELY recommend rechargables!

There are a couple little *quirks* about it like the fact that there are two menus which can be a pain if you know you saw a feature somewhere but don't remember exactly which menu had it. Plus I can't figure out a way to get a date on the print. It may be there but then I'd have to read the manual :-)

Otherwise, you simply can't beat this camera for the price. Get it now before Canon phases it out. There are two newer models out there now so the clock is ticking!

4-0 out of 5 stars better than expected! but off to the factory already!
i got this camera after being disappointed with the quality of my 3MP fuji finepix s5000. i did my homework and researched 3MP digital cameras for a few weeks. i noticed the A70 had the same advanced controls as the finepix s5000. it got good reviews from both professionals and casual users. so, i bought it and i have been VERY happy with this camera ever since.

my advice? READ THE MANUAL if you ever plan on doing more than pointing and shooting. even if you don't, read it anyway! this camera has a great feature set and you'd be wasting your hard earned money if you don't check it out. also, as always, spring for a bigger compact flash card (at least 128MB), rechargable batteries and a case. protect your investment!

* takes excellent 3MP photos (color is cool and images are sharp). isn't this what digital photography is all about?
* advanced features are great! it's a great point and shoot camera, but also has tons of advanced features for those wanting more control; white balance, shutter speed, aperature, ISO, and many, many more!
* movie feature is kinda cool. with sound, too!
* fairly small and feels comfortable in your hand. controls are where they should be.
* menu is easy to understand.
* battery life seems to be pretty good (i use rechargables).

* LCD on back of camera scratches very easily. don't remove the protective cover, or buy one on ebay. people actually sell these things. :)
* LCD gets a pink hue to it when i am in daylight, taking photos. the LCD is hard to see in daylight. try using the viewfinder. though the optical viewfinder isn't exactly what you'll see when you transfer to your 'puter, but it's close enough.
* time between photos could be better.

overall, a SUPER camera! i just hope i don't get the dreaded "E18" error!

well, it's off to the factory already for repairs. it's been a little over a month since i bought the A70 and it's already got problems. pink streaking on the LCD and although it doesn't show up in the pictures, it does show up on the video. i am so scared of sending this thing to the canon factory to be worked on 'cause i have heard so many stories about their horrible customer service. oh well, here goes...

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera, especially for the learner
I've long believed that the only way to become good at photography is to keep experimenting and the move to digital allowed me to indulge in my hobby without worrying about consuming film on failed photographs. I have found the A70, with its impressive list of manual controls, perfect for the job. Its pictures are sharp and clear and uploading them to the computer is a piece of cake.

Its wide range of shutter speeds and apertures allows for a lot of experimentation, especially with low light and night shots. I've come up with some night shots and macros that I've been quite proud of. I also have a three year old and as anyone with kids knows, they never have the time to pose for a photograph. So for such moments when there isn't enough time to fiddle around with the settings, the preset modes like portrait, shutter priority, etc. work real well. The batteries last quite long(I've taken about 200 shots, most of them with the LCD on, with one set) and with 2 sets of rechargeables, I make sure I'm never without a fresh set.

The reduction of 1 star is due to the E18 error I've gotten several times. And apparently it is quite prevalent if the forums are to be believed. Though its never affected my photographs(since it occurs only when shutting down or turning the camera on in play mode), it is quite annoying and scary.

Overall, I love my A70 and never leave the house without it! ... Read more

117. Canon ImageClass D860 Laser Printer-Copier
list price: $1,195.00
our price: $549.99
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Asin: B0002UM0PG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 6719
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118. Canon PowerShot SD100 3.2MP Digital ELPH Camera w/ 2x Optical Zoom
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00009Q96Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 1621
Average Customer Review: 3.98 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

With the Canon PowerShot SD100, you've got the best of both worlds--the compact size and high style of the Digital ELPH series plus the higher resolution of a 3.2-megapixel camera. The PowerShot SD100 also features a 2x digital zoom, 9-point artificial intelligence autofocus (AiAF) for accurate, automatic focus, and movie mode with sound.

Optics and Resolution
The PowerShot SD100 offers a 3.2-megapixel CCD sensor that produces images up to 2048 x 1536 pixels for photo-quality 8 x 10 inch prints or medium-quality 11 x 14 enlargements. Other resolution modes include 1600 x 1200, 1024 x 768, and 640 x 480. The 2x zoom lens has a focal length of 5.4-10.8mm (equivalent to 35-70mm in 35mm photography). It also incorporates a 3.2x digital zoom for a total 6.4x zoom. The PowerShot SD100 also features Canon's nine-point AiAF system for focusing accuracy, shutter speeds of 15 to 1/1,500 second, and fast sequence shooting at a rate of 2.2 frames per second (fps).

Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the SD100 can also record up to 3 minutes of video with sound. It has three resolution settings: 640 x 480 (VGA), 320 x 240, and 160 x 120. You can record for up to 30 seconds per clip at 640 x 480, or 3 minutes at the lower resolutions. Note that you cannot use the optical zoom when in movie mode. The included 16 MB memory card can hold 13 seconds of video at the highest setting.

More Features
The SD100 starts up quickly, taking under 2.5 seconds to extend the lens and prepare for shooting. The built-in flash has auto, red-eye reduction, on/of, and slow sync modes and has an approximate 10-second recycle time.

Canon's DIGIC (DIGital Imaging Core) processor ensures excellent color rendition and white balance for every shot, as well as super-fast auto focusing, noise-free imaging, and advanced flash exposure performance.

  • 1.5-inch LCD with real image zoom viewfinder
  • Shooting Modes: Auto, Program, Manual, Stitch Assist, Movie
  • Photo Effects: Vivid Color, Neutral Color, Low Sharpening, Sepia, Black & White
  • Continuous shooting mode: 2.2 shots per second with LCD and Large/Fine mode off
  • Self timer with 2 and 10 second options
Canon has introduced a series of printers designed to work directly with its lineup of digital cameras. Using these printers, no computer is required--simply connect the camera to the printer and start printing. Printers include Canon's bubble jet direct printers i900D and i960, and card photo printer CP-200 and CP-300. Of course, photos from your camera can also be printed on any home computer system with an inkjet printer, sent off for online processing, or simply enjoyed on your computer screen.

Storage and Transfer
Images are stored on Secure Digital (SD) or MultiMedia (MMC) memory cards; a 16 MB SD card is included. When shooting in Large/Normal mode, you can store 30 images on the included memory card. Images can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB 1.1, which means the camera can be connected to any USB-based Windows Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software.

Power and Size
The camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery (NB-3L, included). It measures 3.35 by 2.20 by 0.94 inches and weighs 5.82 ounces (excluding battery).

What's In The Box
This package includes the PowerShot SD100 digital camera, 16 MB Secure Digital memory card, rechargeable lithium-ion battery (NB-3L), battery charger (CB-2LU), USB and AV cables, and wrist strap. It also comes with ArcSoft Camera Suite and Digital Camera Solutions CD-ROMs with imaging software and USB drivers for Windows and Mac. ... Read more


  • 3.2 megapixel resolution produces prints up to 11 x 14 inches
  • World's smallest retractable 2x optical zoom lens with 3.2x digital zoom
  • Smallest digital Elph yet; captures video clips with sound up to 3 minutes
  • Included 16 MB Secure Digital (SD) card
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery; connects with Macs and PCs via USB port

Reviews (47)

3-0 out of 5 stars stylish 3MP camera, but only 2x zoom, few manual controls
the sd100 delivers a stylish, ultracompact camera but with only 2x optical zoom and very limited manual controls.

- very good resolution, especially for a 3MP ultra-compact.
- good color response.
- good reliable metering.
- no color cast when using flash.
- low noise at ISO 50 (keep in mind that ISO 50 for this camera is actually ISO 100 for everyone else; likewise, ISO 100 is in reality closer to ISO 200, etc)
- 9-point AiAF.
- the LCD monitor (1.5") is bright and has an anti-reflective coating - gives good live preview and review even in well lit situations.
- shooting priority play mode (a half-press of the shutter release always returns to shooting).
- fast shot-to-shot times.
- fairly good startup time, especially for an extending lens camera.
- as with most canon digicams, the sd100 feels solid.
- USB connectivity.
- good battery life, although i would recommend carrying a spare since canon's batteries are proprietary.
- ultracompact: 3.3 x 2.2 x 0.9 in, weighing only 6.5 oz.
- has continuous shooting function, which you don't normally find in ultra-compacts.
- 15 second night exposure ability.
- long movie clips possible at VGA mode (up to 3 minutes including audio).

- limited 2x optical zoom.
- very few manual controls - no aperture priority, no shutter priority, no manual focus (this is okay if all you want is a point and shoot).
- average macro performance.
- you'll need to remove from tripod to open the battery compartment or replace the SD card.
- very small mode dial.
- the supplied 16MB SD card is inadequate - be prepared to shell out a few more bucks for at least a 256MB card.
- proprietary battery - again, a few more bucks for a spare.
- case tends to show fingerprints.

the sd100's mission in life is to take nice pics with as small and light a footprint as possible. on the nice picture category, it delivers. however, there are at least two other cameras that are smaller, have better optical zoom (3x vs the canon's 2x) and have a wider feature set: the pentax optio s and casio ex-z3. as much as i like canon digicams, i would recommend these two over the sd100.

i hope this helps you with your buying decision. peace.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great value for money
The Canon SD100 is now an obsolete model which makes it an excellent bargain if you can find one discounted.

A sub-compact that seems to have been chiseled from solid steel, this will be a second digital camera to complement a more sophisticated (but larger) Olympus. Measuring only 3.3x2.2x0.9 inches this really does fit into a pocket.

The Canon is a true 3.2 megapixel camera with 2x optical zoom. Pictures can only be recorded in JPG format with the standard sizes and compression you'd expect on a camera this size. The omission of a RAW or TIF seems an oversight but this is a 'point and shoot'after all.

The camera has an automatic and manual mode. Automatic gives the photograher no control over the camera other than flash, image resolution and macro. Switching over to manual extends the control to exposure compensation (+/-2 in 1/3 stop intervals), white balance, ISO rating and digital effects (sepia, B&W, Vivid, Low Sharpening and Normal). In addition Manual mode lets you focus the camera to infinity for landscape shots.

Start-up and shut down times are very respectable and switching over to image review seems near instant.

The LCD panel on the rear of the camera is bright and clear, it also seems to match about 100% of the actual image recorded. The viewfinder has a center mark but is really too small to use practically. If the battery was low on juice, turning off the LCD would save power but shooting would be fiddly.

As well as images, the little SD100 can record short movies with sound in Quicktime format and you can add voice memos to shots. Recording sound memos takes a series of menu button presses to record the sound bite and an equal number of thumb presses to play it again - more of novelty than practical use.

The camera 'mounts' to the PC with the supplied USB cable and supplied Twain driver and software. The software doesn't seem as intuitive as it could be. I'd like to just see the camera as a drive under Windows and drag and drop the files I want. The supplied software allows you to review thumbnails on the camera but view 'full size' requires a download to the PC. A secondary SD card reader might be a future accessory.

Included with the software package are photo/video editing packages from Arcsoft as well as applications to create photo albums for printing.

No software included for creating on-line photo albums though - seems Canon only offer this for European customers!

Lack of battery indicator is the only other gripe, but since the camera is on its first charge and has now taken over 50 shots with/without flash, I see no reason to doubt the manufacturers claim of upto 180 images with LCD monititor turned on.

The Canon S100 series case, a snip for under $10, is nice touch to a well finished quality feel camera.

The newer SD110 is basically the same camera with a direct to print button and 32MB SD card. Does that justify the extra dollars - that's up to you

5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING CAMERA
I average about 100 photos a day plus a few videos 7 days a week. This camera has been totally abused, Its been dropped almost 10 times, somtimes from about 6 feet landing on tile and concrete surfaces. Ive spilled beer all over it 3 times so its been soaking wet and all i do is dry it off and its fine. It been in the rain, the snow, the heat, the humidity, and below zero tempertures. The lense has 3 dents in it, one from a metal cup being thrown at it by an angry photo subject where the lense was smashed in about 1/4 of an inch on an angle, and all i did (the next morning while sober) was just click out the lense and it worked FINE hahah. A few of my friends have digital cameras that broke just from them bumping into a table with the camera in their pocket. This little Canon can take anything and I recommend it to ANYONE who brings their camera with them wherever they go. Its small and compact, sturdy, takes excellant photos (excepcially of hot chicks) in all conditions, great options, fun options like sounds and custome start up images, easy to use menu, and fits well in my hand. The lanyard is also of great design and makes the camera even more secure. IF this camera EVER breaks I will instantly buy a new one as I believ it is the only camera that can take the abuse I give it.


4-0 out of 5 stars A Nice Little Camera that Can take a Few Hits
I've had the camera for a good week or so. Been playin around with it and it takes some great pictures. I was looking for a camera I can take when I go on trips and stuff that would fit into my pocket with ease. I didn't want any more embarassing comments from people like a "Is that a camera in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?" This guy slips into the pocket with ease and is not bulky at all. The camera was a little heavier than I expected, but thats no big deal.

Picture quality has been good thus far. Not great, but I didnt want to drop another hundy for just 1 MP improvement. I bought a 512 MB SD card off Amazon for $75 (after rebate), so I don't have any problem fitting pictures on here. Just splerge a little and you'll never have to worry about filling up the card. I also bought a genuine Canon battery off of Ebay for a backup, but havent found battery power to be a problem as of yet. The zoom does the trick for what I need. If you are just taking pictures of friends, random hot chicks, etc this is fine. Yeah, 3x optical would be nice, but this will suffice. I really didn't intend to rhyme there, sorry.

Here is my story on the durability of the camera. So, my first outing with the camera. A baseball game between two big crosstown rivals. Tailgating in the lot before the game, pretty intoxicated. Took a bunch of pictures already, turned out great. Then the incident occurred. Someone is standing a good 200 feet away throwing a softball back and forth with another guy I am with. Random people are walking by left and right and an errant throw approaches my group. I attempt to protect some bystanders from taking a head shot with the ball. I throw my hand up in the air to block the ball, however, my blurred judgement threw up the hand with the camera in it. Next thing I know, my new camera is airborne. It flies about 8 feet high and 10 feet away from me, crashing into the side of a truck and then hitting the concrete full force. It was like taking the camera and just whipping it against the ground. I thought, "well, it was nice having a digital camera for a few days. This one is gone" Upon picking up the camera, I was pleasantly surprised. The battery holder on the bottom fell off and the battery went flying. After 3 minutes of searching under cars, the battery was found. I popped it back in, snapped the cover back on, and the moment of truth came. I hit the power button, and boom, it turns on like nothing ever happened. All my old pictures are still there and I took many pictures the rest of the day. All turned out great. Two scrapes on the bottom is all of the lasting damage. Gives my camera a little personality. Matches the scrapes on my cell phone from similar instances. So, this camera is definitely durable, will be able to take a few shots. Also, if you drink too much and become a little clumsy with your possesions, this is the right camera for you.

Overall, a great camera, defintely worth the price for me ($209). I bought a somewhat cheaper one knowing that I might do something stupid and lose it or break it quickly. That did occur, and it still works, so a plus for me. Takes good pictures and is very easy to use and take around with you. Overall, this is a great camera for the amateur photographer, who likes to travel but not be bogged down with a huge camera. Take pictures of your friends and family and you will be happy. And of course, if you are a twenty something, obnoxious, can't control your drinking kind of guy, I give this my 100% recommendation.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great LITTLE Camera
A terrific little camera for the price. I bought the SD100 based on my experience with the APS elph II. It too is small, easy to use, and takes great pictures. We love vacationing at theme parks and have found that it's easier to get around without having camera bags, backpacks etc... getting in the way. I carry the SD100 on my belt with the optional leather case and hardly know it's there. I use it at work too, and it's small enough to keep with me all the time. Even the best camera is useless if you don't have it with you. Connection to a computer is simple with the included USB cable, and with my Windows XP machine I didn't even bother installing the software. Just plug it in, turn it on, download your pictures. I'm also a big fan of the stainless steel shell.

Two drawbacks are the limited optical zoom and the size of the screen. The screen is great for composing photos even in bright sun, but viewing them directly from the camera is much better when you connect to a TV with the included cable. The optical zoom is what it is, but to get something longer you'll most likely need a larger camera. I'm also glad I bought an extra, larger SD disk. The included 16 MB is fine if you have a handy place to download pictures but having space for lots of pictures is one of the great advantages of digital photography. ... Read more

119. Canon MF5750 ImageCLASS Multifunction Laser Printer, Copier, Fax, Scanner
list price: $429.99
our price: $419.99
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Asin: B0007VPGLK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 32879
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Product Description

Canon MF5750 imageClass Multifunction Printer Laser Multifunction Printer/Copier/Fax/ScannerPrint, Copy, Fax and Scan with the imageClass MF5750 Laser Multifunction from Canon. Benefit from the convenience of having the office functions you require in one reliable solution. Packed with terrific features like a 50-sheet Automatic Document Feeder, 250-sheet front-loading paper cassette and the Single Cartridge System, you no longer have to waste time in front of old, slow office machines. Load the originals in the document feeder and off they go. Your prints and copies will be made at up to a fast 21 pages-per-minute, and when faxing or PC faxing, documents will be transmitted through its Super G3 modem at up to 33.6 Kbps. When scanning documents, you will achieve remarkable tone-on-tone clarity with 1200 x 2400 dpi 48-bit** CCD color scanning. Overall, your imageClass MF5750 will complete projects quicker with the USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface.* The imageClass MF5750 will assist you with your business needs, and if sharing its productivity is a requirement, an optional print server is available. ... Read more


  • Print, copy, scan and fax functions
  • Up to 21 cpm/ppm laser output; 33.6 Kbps Super G3 Fax
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi CCD color scanning
  • 50-sheet ADF, 250-sheet front-loading paper cassette
  • Single Cartridge System for easy maintenance; USB 2.0 interface

120. Canon Selphy DS700 Compact Photo Printer

our price: $189.99
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Asin: B00064CIKA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 542
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  • Use your TV to enjoy and print your favorite digital photo images
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 dpi resolution; Easy-PhotoPrint software
  • Print camera phone images from infrared-enabled cell phones
  • Print color images on 4-by-6-inch, credit card size, or sticker paper
  • USB, Direct Print Port, PictBridge compatible; memory card slots

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