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121. Canon ImageCLASS MF3110 Laser
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122. Canon Optura 10 MiniDV Camcorder
$139.99 $129.95 list($260.00)
123. Canon 8x32WP Waterproof Binoculars
$119.99 list($169.99)
124. Canon Sure Shot 130u II 35mm Camera
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125. Canon BJC-80 Portable Printer
$168.89 list($440.99)
126. Canon EOS Rebel 2000 35mm SLR
$199.95 list($199.99)
127. Canon i860 Photo Printer
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128. Canon EOS Rebel K2 35mm SLR Camera
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129. Canon EOS Elan 7n SLR Camera (Body
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130. Canon Elph Z3 Zoom APS Camera
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131. Canon Elph Sport APS Camera Kit
$125.25 list($345.00)
132. Canon PC150 Personal Copier
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133. Canon PowerShot A80 4MP Digital
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134. Canon EOS-1V Professional SLR
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135. Canon PowerShot S50 5MP Digital
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136. Canon Sure Shot Z180u Date Kit
$151.99 $145.95 list($149.99)
137. Canon Selphy CP400 Photo Printer
$282.50 list($399.99)
138. Canon Powershot SD10 4MP Digital
$74.18 $48.99 list($79.99)
139. Canon PIXMA ip2000 Photo Printer
$149.88
140. CANON Sure Shot 150u Premier Automatic

121. Canon ImageCLASS MF3110 Laser Multifunction
list price: $496.00
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Asin: B0002UECSO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 8514
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Features

  • Prints, copies, and scans in one convenient unit
  • Up to 21 ppm print speed, up to 1,200 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Reduces and enlarges copies from 50 to 200% in 1% increments
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi scan resolution, 48-bit color
  • USB 2.0 interface, optional external print server; PC compatible

122. Canon Optura 10 MiniDV Camcorder with 2.5-inch LCD and 16x Optical Zoom
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00008RHA2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Video
Sales Rank: 3587
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon Optura 10 camcorder is equipped with a full range of sophisticated features to capture outstanding video and digital photos. It features high-quality Canon optics with a 16x optical zoom, image stabilization, a 1.33 megapixel CCD, 2.5-inch LCD screen, and advanced photo capabilities.

Lens and Optics
The powerful 16x optical zoom lets you capture your subject with razor-sharp detail even from a distance, while the 320x digital zoom takes you even closer, revealing details too small to see with the naked eye. When capturing digital still images, the lens provides a 15x optical zoom--the equivalent of a 41-620 mm lens on a 35mm photo camera. The Optura 10 also features a 1.33-megapixel CCD and an image stabilization system that compensates for camcorder shake, even while panning and zooming.

Canon's DIGIC DV system makes it possible to achieve accurate color for both video and digital photos. Since video and 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.

Digital Stills
With its 1.33-megapixel resolution, you can capture digital stills up to 1280 by 960 pixels (for 4 x 6-inch prints). Additionally, the Optura 10's Simultaneous Photo Record featureenables you to record high-quality video to a MiniDV tape and e-mail-ready digital photos (640 x 480 pixels) to a memory card at the same time. You can also capture a rapid succession of photos just like the motor drive on a camera. With a single press of a button, the Opture 10 records 30 VGA (640 x 480) frames at a rate of 3 frames per second or 10 SXGA (1280 x 960) frames at 2 frames per second.

Images are stored on the included 8 MB Secure Digital memory card; the camcorder is also compatible with MultiMedia (MMC) cards.

More Features

  • The Advanced Accessory Shoe allows you to add optional lights, flashes, and microphones.
  • Manual controls include focus, AE shift, shutter speeds, and white balance.
  • Direct print feature with optional Canon Card Photo Printers CP-100 and CP-10 and select Canon Bubble Jet Printers.

Inputs and Outputs
The Optura 10 standard DV IEEE1394 port (also referred to as Firewire), which provides a lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines. It also features USB 1.1 connectivity for transferring still photos

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. With up to 520 lines of horizontal resolution and minimum color noise, MiniDV delivers a 20 percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD.

Size and Contents
The camcorder measures 3 x 7.3 x 3.6 inches and weighs 1.4 pounds (620 grams). This package includes the Optura 10 camcorder, 8 MB Secure Digital memory card, battery (BP-508), power adapter (CA-570), wireless controller, shoulder strap, stereo video cable, USB cable, Digital Video Solution CD-ROM, and DV Messenger software CD-ROM. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder and still camera with 1.33-megapixel CCD
  • 16x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 320x) and image stabilizer
  • 2.5-inch LCD with 180-degree rotation
  • Advanced photo features and simultaneous photo recording
  • Record for up to 1 hour and 55 minutes on one battery charge

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Everything ok except...
except the motor noise heard on the tape, its really annoying

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Buy
I have purchased this product after checking no. of other makes and models like jvc,sony etc etc.Features I like the most are
1) 16x powerful optical zoom Sony has only 10x even in top models
2) 1/4 inch ccd, excellent indoor video quality.
3) Rock solid image stabilisation, no shaky videos.
4) Excellent point and shoot.
5) 1.33 megapixel still photos.
Features I do'nt like are
1) Little bigger and heavy, but good for stable video.
2) Motor noise is heard in recordings.
2) Video conferencing available only on windows xp. ... Read more


123. Canon 8x32WP Waterproof Binoculars with Case & Neck Strap
list price: $260.00
our price: $139.99
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Asin: B00004THDA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 677
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Canon's 8x32 WP binoculars are rugged and waterproof, perfect for marineuse or other activities in which you are bound to get wet. The nitrogen-filledconstruction protects the optics from fogging or damage. This model has 8xmagnification, long eye relief, and wide-field viewing even in poor conditions. The multicoated Canon optics include a field-flattener for excellent edge-to- edge sharpness and contrast. ... Read more

Features

  • Nitrogen-filled waterproof construction
  • Rubberized nonslip grip
  • Ideal for marine use
  • 8x magnification and multicoated optics
  • Made with environment-friendly lead-free glass

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Best waterproof binocular in price range
These are a great value with good eye relief (18 mm, important for use with glasses), easy to hold and focus, good sized exit pupil (8/32 = 4 mm), wide field of view (395'), and not too heavy (26 oz.) A large exit pupil is important on a moving boat; it's easier to keep the image in view. They appear to be rugged; I and several other people used several pairs of these for several years, and none of them went out of alignment.
Minuses are:
(1) they do not focus close (minimum 19 feet), which is a major drawback for bird and butterfly watching but fine for boating,
(2) the optics are not phase corrected so images are a bit soft,
(3) the eyecups on the ones I used roll up and down which is tedious if you often switch between use with glasses and without, and may eventually cause the rubber to crack. However, the photos of the newer models suggest they now have rigid eyecups that pull or twist up or down, which are much better.

Birders and other serious users should look at slightly more expensive waterproof roof prism models that all focus closer (5-6'), are phase corrected, have a bit more light and larger exit pupil (5 mm), and have eyecups that click up & down: the Celestron Regal LS 8x42 or Eagle Optics Ranger Platinum 8x42 (both made by Celestron) or the new Nikon ATB 8x42. All cost between $300-$400 at discount and weigh about the same as the Canon 8x32. I own the Celestrons and they are great. There is also a Pentax 8x42 DCF waterproof with similar specifications but it costs a bit more.

4-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional Quality for the Price
I repaired optical equipment for the Navy for 15 years and am quite particular in regards to the optical equipment I purchase. I found these Binoculars to be an outstanding value. The binoculars are constructed very well. The rubber coating makes them very comfortable to hold but kind of on the heavy side. The brightness was quite impressive despite only having a 32mm objective lens. The eye relief is acceptable for those who wear glasses. I have used them in all kinds of weather and in the short time I have owned a pair I have found they can take quite a beating. Granted with optics you always get what you pay for but for the price of these binoculars I don't feel that you can beat them.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ranger Platiunum NOT made by Celestron
The above review is actually ABSOLUTELY INCORRECT! Ranger Platiunum Class binoculars are NOT made by Celestron. They are made by Eagle Optics independently. Call them and ask! :-)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good optics for the price
I compared this model in a sporting goods store to similar sized $500-1000 models from well known binoc. makers and to some other moderately priced units in the $100-250 range. I thought it outdid the other moderate units in handling and image quality and came pretty close to several of the high end models. For our limited uses this product is excellent. Canon is well known in camera optics but has not been well known in the binocular market and this non IS model is their way of breaking into the market. I use a Zeiss microscope everyday and appreciate good optics.

5-0 out of 5 stars Brightest binocular I ever used!
We bought this to bring to Everglades for birding and alligator watching and what a world of difference it is from my cheap compact one! The scope is so big and bright it makes looking into the binocular a pleasure and no longer strains the eyes. Sometimes I feel it's even brighter than seen with naked eye. The only drawback is it's larger and heavier than my compact one but I wouldn't mind this little inconvenience for the quality. I'm ready to toss out my old cheapie compact one... ... Read more


124. Canon Sure Shot 130u II 35mm Camera Kit (Case, Film, and Battery)
list price: $169.99
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0007WK8MG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 947
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Product Description

Sophisticated lightweight 3.4x Zoom Lens 35mm Camera with New Beeper Signal Function Ultra compact, the stylish Sure Shot 130u II has a 3.4x Zoom lens, a high-quality aluminum body and Canon's Zoom-Coupled Smart Autofocus for great results anywhere. Plus, there's an advanced Light Guide Zoom Flash with Red-Eye Reduction. You only get one shot in life. Be sure with the Sure Shot 130u I ... Read more

Features

  • Advanced light guide and zoom flash minimizes red-eye
  • Kit includes camera, film, battery and case
  • Features a 3.4x zoom lens
  • Zoom-coupled smart auto-focus takes great shots at any range
  • Six different PIC modes for a wide range of scenes

125. Canon BJC-80 Portable Printer
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00000JFKT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 4239
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For exceptionally portable printing options, the Canon BJC-80 offers all you could ask for wrapped in one very sleek package. Advanced printing technologies smooth black edges and separate colors for supreme legibility and exquisitely clear images; print speeds of 4 ppm black and 2 ppm color are on the slow side, but the final results are worth the wait. A 760 x 300 dpi supplies dense, true coloration on envelopes, high-gloss film, photo paper, plain paper or transparencies, on any size sheet up to 8.5 by 14 inches.

Weighing just over three pounds, the black case snaps shut and can be tucked right in your laptop's carrying case. Additional optional accessories like the portable power pack or scanner kit will expand the BJC-80's capabilities to that of your home printer, while the included 30-sheet input tray allows you to keep media organized even while on the go. Canon includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact design, ideal for traveling
  • Supports optional rechargeable battery and scanning attachment
  • Presentation-level 720 x 360 dpi resolution
  • 30-sheet input tray; up to 4.5 ppm black, 2 ppm color
  • Parallel and infrared interfaces

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars A waste of money
I bought this printer because I travel a lot. The first time I used it, it printed only half a page. After repeated requests for help, I got it to print --- quit working almost exactly to the date that the warranty ran out. Canon not helpful at all. I am looking for another portable printer but it will not be a Canon.

5-0 out of 5 stars five star
I am in search of a handy printer which has a print quality and speed like laserjet printer to print only four lines on a bankers cheque.I found this product while browsing but do not know about it.Does this is worth for printing cheques ?

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little printer
This is a great little printer. It is a little slow but its quality is great. It is quite small and compact, perfect for a traveling business man. All in all this is a great printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Still Going Strong Two Years Later ...
I have nothing but good things to say about the BJC-80. I've had it for two years, use it almost daily (mostly for color graphics printing) and it's still going strong. It travels well and is very convenient to use. Black and white print quality is excellent and color print quality is out of this world. I have the battery pack and use infrared with my Thinkpad notebook (something about wireless printing that can really impress a client!). I also use the scanning adapter - works fine on the road, but I prefer a flatbed scanner for most jobs.

5-0 out of 5 stars A versatile, rugged and economical portable printer
My company sells Home Inspection software (Palm-Tech Inspector) and many of our inspectors have commented on how much they like the Canon BJC-80. It is light, easy to carry, and has a good page feeder. In our tests, the BJC-80 averages 150-170 pages of full text per mono cartridge in draft mode. Its color graphics are good for a portable printer. Infrared communication is a little slower than its competition, but as a cabled solution it is untouchable.

We at Palm-Tech reccomend the BJC-80 to our clients every day. ... Read more


126. Canon EOS Rebel 2000 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm Lens
list price: $440.99
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Asin: B00001QEMF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 185
Average Customer Review: 4.52 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon EOS Rebel 2000 is an affordable, lightweight, andfull-featured automatic 35mm SLR for both beginning and advancedamateur photographers. It offers a host of special modes for specificshooting situations, including full auto, manual, night scene,portrait, landscape, and more. It also has shutter-speed priority andaperture priority modes--although most users will inevitably leave thecamera in full auto mode a majority of the time and the cameraperforms very well that way. Just remember that the empty rectanglesymbol on the mode dial is for full auto.

Some other basic features include an impressive seven-point autofocussystem, LCD panel with extensive information display, three exposuremetering modes (evaluative, partial, and centerweighted), autoexposure bracketing, a multiple exposure function, and depth-of-fieldpreview. The autofocus system is incredibly responsive, and includesseven focusing points that can be set individually for super creativeshooting. In other words, using the LCD panel as a guide, you can setthe camera to automatically focus on the far right focus point (or anyof the other points) so your main subject doesn't have to be in themiddle of the frame to be in focus in a snap.

In fact, most settings can be adjusted in creative ways on the Rebel2000, like the exposure level, which can be set to overexpose orunderexpose up to two full stops for tricky lighting situations whereyou might want to fool the camera's metering system. It also has asmall, built-in pop-up flash, plus a hot shoe for an additional flashunit. Overall, we found this camera to be smartly designed with anattractive look and a comfortable feel. ... Read more

Features

  • Autofocus 35mm SLR with full manual options
  • 28 to 80mm zoom lens included
  • Retractable built-in flash
  • 7-point autofocus system
  • 35-zone exposure sensor

Reviews (91)

5-0 out of 5 stars Passed the test and more
I had a few miscellaneous comments to make. I've had my EOS Rebel 2000 for only two weeks and already am extremely satisfied with it. The first roll of film came back and the photos are nice and sharp. The only thing I could have done differently in the photos was to use some exposure compensation--I was on vacation and was shooting wildlife at a beach on an overcast day, and even then, the sand was reflective enough so that the some of the subjects were a little dark and looked somewhat silhouetted. Happily, this little camera gives you manual control over shutter speed and aperture, as well as many other nice features, such as depth of field preview (which even the ELAN II lacks), and a respectable 1/2000th of a second top shutter speed. If you've been mostly a point and shoot camera owner until now, your fastest shutter speed will only have been about 1/500th of a second, unless you own one of the Contax point and shoots such as the T2, which go up to 1/700th of a second, but cost about 5 times as much as even the more expensive and capable point-and-shoot cameras, not to mention the Rollei, which is even more.

I'm getting used to the controls, which are a little different from my Rollei QZ35W. The jog wheel feature, for adjusting ASA settings and so forth, I find an interesting feature which I'm more used to seeing on Palm PDA clones such as the Sony CLIE, but I find I like it here, too.

In addition to the lens that came with it, I found a Tokina ATX 25-70 mm constant F2.8 Pro Series lens used at a great price, and decided to buy it for the little EOS Rebel. The camera fits comfortably in my hand, if I have one complaint, it's that the grip on the right side is a little small for me with the much bigger Tokina lens mounted, but it's okay.

To give another plug here for this great little camera, a friend at local camera shop says he knows a pro photographer at a large newspaper who uses nothing but EOS Rebel 2000 bodies, and he just puts his $3000 pro lenses on it. He says they're capable enough to do anything he wants, but cheap enough so he doesn't worry about hurting them. He carries 3 of them at a time with him, and if one has a problem, they're cheap enough so he just throws away the malfunctioning one and grabs a new one out of his bag.

One final thing I wanted to say is the manual is really well written, very clear and concise. They seem to really want you to learn and make use of the camera's features to make you a better, more technically aware, photographer. So be sure to read the manual.

I've found this to be an exellent little camera at a very reasonable price given all the features Canon has packed into it. Canon has produced an outstanding value and a very capable camera in this little package. I can recommend this camera without reservation, especially if you're considering moving up from the point-and-shoot category to a camera with more advanced features.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for beginners and serious shooters alike
This is a great camera. Its autoloading is clean and quick. Its exposure metering has seven points (compared to the Rebel G's three). It is light, small, but has a lot of features you's expect from a much larger and heavier camera. And it is fully compatible with the huge line of Canon's EF (and third-party)lenses. Eight to 10 years ago, this camera would have been among the best technology available anywhere. It is perfectly adequate for most applications.

And the price is just amazing. I don't think there is another value like it in the new 35mm equipment market.

The only drawback isn't really a problem -- it's just that the 28-80 lens is not the best choice for the kind of shooting I do. It is great for the casual shooter who needs a single all-around good lens, but I shoot a lot of portraits. For that, prime (not zoom) lenses are much brighter (have a larger maximum aperature). The 35-80 lens is even more restrictive. If you intend to use it for more serious photography, such as portraits or wide-angle shots, I suggest you start with just a Rebel 2000 body and get the Canon EF 50mm II lens instead (which is surprisingly cheap!).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
I recently bought this camera at a local photography store... . The camera is great, but I was disappointed that I hadn't looked around for a cheaper price. I usually shoot in black and white and develop my film and prints myself. So far, the camera has been just what I need! The shots are turning out great and the features on the body offer fully manual (how I usually shoot)operation. The light meter is easily seen, and it is easy to change the Tv(shutter speed), and the Av (aperture). I would suggest the Rebel 2000 over any other camera of its type. Just make sure you are shooting with the correct speed ISO and the AV and Tv allow for no over/under exposure, which could make photos dark/light/grainy. The 28-80 lens that comes with the kit has treated me just fine, however I maylook into another lens later on. For now, however, I am glad that I got the 28-80, as it gives me a real fell for the camera, and it allows for me to take beautiful scenery shots of the mountains,rivers,etc. Anyone that is interested in photography would most likely suggest this camera.

PS- get a filter to protect your lens from scratches,etc - no matter what type of lens you have. It would be better to replace a $10 filter thatn a $100- $2000 lens!

5-0 out of 5 stars This camera is Great!
I had been searching Amazon for a camera for about a year and had decided on a camera to get. But then one night I was searching through amazon again and came across the rebel 2000 and bought it that night. The design was my first concern when deciding on what to get, I have bigger hands so little cameras are hard for me to deal with. While this camera is not a HUGE one it is just the right size for me and I love it. The shutter button is in a great spot to. Other cameras i have had in the past have had the button right on the top of the camera, not this one, they put the button where the finger would naturally fall. Inturn making my pictures a lot less blurry from not haveing to move my finger to press the shuttter button.

This is definetly a camera for a beginning professional photographer. You can set the camera at manual or total auto, which is great. There are many pre-set settings if your not a professional photographer,but if you are they are all pretty much there.

I will definetly be recomending this camera to anyone who is looking into buying a good one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love It!
I have been extremely impressed with this camera. Stock lens and flash are outstanding. Have done professional work with it. Would recommend it to anyone. Photos are very clear and sharp. Easy to use. ... Read more


127. Canon i860 Photo Printer
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000C3IDW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 2235
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Note: The Canon i860 is no longer being manufactured. You may want to consider purchasing the newer Canon Pixma iP4000 instead.

If you're a serious photo hobbyist who seeks a single printer that combines home office needs with top-notch color capability, look no further than the Canon i860. Its laser-quality black printing churns out 600 x 600 dpi sheets. And it's fast, with speeds of up to 23 pages per minute. The pigment-based black ink delivers exceptional clarity and legibility, whether you're printing a holiday newsletter or a detailed spreadsheet.



Individual ink tanks save money, reduce waste.

This printer can connect directly to select digital cameras.Learn moreabout PictBridge.
Photo printing is where the i860 really comes in to its own, offering an exceptional 4,800 x 1,200 dpi resolution. With speeds of up to 16 pages per minute, or just 50 seconds for a borderless 4-by-6-inch print. Your images will be strikingly smooth, with clean, vivid tones, thanks to five photo ink tanks that spray ultra fine two-picoliter droplets.



A light beam can "see" the ink level.
A direct print port, combined with PictBridge and Direct Bubble Jet technology allows you to print images directly from your digital camera or camcorder. Built to handle photo papers of a variety of weights and finishes, the i860 can also handle transparencies, plain or high-resolution paper, and envelopes. Canon includes a one-year warranty with Instant Exchange service.

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Features

  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 color dpi resolution, 600 x 600 dpi black
  • Print speeds up to 23 ppm black, 16 ppm color
  • Direct photo printing from compatible digital cameras and camcorders
  • Edge-to-edge true borderless photos in three sizes
  • USB 2.0 and parallel interfaces, direct print port

Reviews (86)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best!!!
I have never written a review, but felt I had to write about this great printer. After reading all the rave reviews on this printer, I went to a local computer store to see the printer in person. I was thinking of the i960, but found the i860 was just as good and less expensive. I was looking to add a better photo printer than my current HP990CSE.

I got home, followed the simple instructions to get it installed, and within 10 minutes was printing. WOW, was it printing. The prints that came off this printer are the most beautiful prints I have ever seen, and for the money, well it is a steal even at the Amazon price. I printed four 4x6 prints using the sample Cannon Glossy Photo paper, and it gave unbelieveable results out of a Nikon 2500 2.1 megapixel camera. That's right, a inexpensive digital camera, with photo lab results out of this printer. I used the Canon software to print with no editing, just downloaded from the camera and print from the file.

If you are into digital photos then I would highly recommend. I am sure you could spend more and get more features, such as larger paper size, but for me, the normal paper size with 4x6 tray included is perfect. The paper tray is great and can remain on the printer all the time, just switch to print to the different size paper. The ink system is great also, and look forward to saving money in ink over the HP printers.

In summary, I would, without any doubt, highly recommend this printer to anyone looking for a great, simple photo printer that produces superior results.

5-0 out of 5 stars Get this printer!
Get this printer if you're in the market for a printer that will handle text documents efficiently as well as print top quality photographs,(...).

I printed out a borderless photo on the supplied sample of 4 x 6 paper and the quality is unbelievable. Just simply stunning.

And even web pages and text documents on plain paper at the "standard" setting look good enough to eat.

I bought this to replace a two year old Epson C80 whose black ink nozzle had become irreparably clogged. The eventual clogging of these Epson inkjets is a widely reported problem. Whether using generic inks (I used Carrot Ink cartridges) contributes to this or not, I don't know, but it's moot anyway, since Epson ink cartridges were so outrageously expensive, I couldn't have used the printer without using cheaper generic inks.

The Canon is one of the most satisfying hardware purchases I've made.

Other advantages:

It handles text quickly and beautifully.

It has a 5 cartridge ink system with separate blacks for text and photo and the Canon cartridges are affordable.

It's unbelievably quiet, especially in--yes--"quiet mode" (which does reduce printing speed a little (not noticeably to me).

The photo paper tray for 4 x 6 sheets works great.

The print head can be replaced.

Additional advantages if you're a Mac user:

It will work wirelessly with an Airport Extreme Base Station and it works beautifully with OS 10.3 (Panther).

Disadvantages:

Yes, there is no USB cable. I guess I can understand this, since most inkjet printers can't be repaired, and have to be disposed of, so I guess Canon figures you'll have a USB cable sitting around.

Yes, you have to install the print head, and I was a little fearful snapping it in but I had no problems.

And yes, you have to align the print head, but you can do an automatic alignment using the printer utility software.

For Mac users, at least, don't waste time installing the printer driver from the CD, as it is out of date. Download the latest driver from the Canon website. And be sure to repair permissions after installing the driver, as many of them were out of whack after the driver installation.

All in all, this is one of the most satisfying hardware purchases I've made.

5-0 out of 5 stars Professional looking pics!!!!!
I am absolutely amazed and impressed with the i860. Canon includes all the ink and a few sheets of their photo paper pro so that you can print out photos from the get go. I gave it a whirl and not only was it simple, the photos came out looking like processed film photos! I was so excited I showed them to my husband and he agreed, even on the lowest setting for standard photo prints, the prints looked awesome!

The camera I am currently using is the Fuji Finepix S3000. Excellent camera, that takes excellent photos. The end result used in conjuction with this printer is professional looking photos.

Beyond photo printing, regular printing is awesome too. I used cheap paper from Walmart to print out everyday stuff and it looks great. I haven't had it long enough to know how quickly the ink will go, but the ink cartridges for this are very cheap in comparison to others, plus with individual tanks, you only replace the color that is empty. Plus, there are also many different remanufactured cartridges out there for this printer, so you can get ink very cheaply.

I would recommend this printer to ANYONE I know. I really am enjoying it and am always looking for things to print!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars A very nice printer but....
A very nice printer but it's already obsolete. Canon is replacing this model (i860) with the soon to be released PIXMA iP4000 Photo Printer. The iP4000 will be even faster and feature automatic duplex printing. The iP4000 will have the same street price $149 USD. Hopefully, the quality of the iP4000 will exceed that of the i860 but its anyone's guess at this point. If you're considering the i860 I'd suggest that you wait a month until the iP4000 is released especially now since the $30 rebate on the i860 has expired (July 17). The other option is buying the i960 instead. Decisions, decisions...

5-0 out of 5 stars Impressive Printer
I purchased this printer based on the top Consumers Reports rating it received plus the excellent reviews I've read of Amazon's customers reviews. Believe me, all the good comments about this printer are right on. It has worked perfectly and prints outstanding documents. I have not yet ventured into printing photo prints, but with the recent purchase of a digital camera, I am confident it will produce the excellent results I expect. Without hestitation, I endorse all the 5 star ratings this printer has received. Purchase with confidence. ... Read more


128. Canon EOS Rebel K2 35mm SLR Camera w/ EF 28-80 II Lens Kit
list price: $389.99
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Asin: B0000CCT65
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 534
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Features

  • 35mm SLR camera with EF 28-80 II standard zoom lens
  • 7-point autofocus
  • 35-zone metering system
  • Compatible with more than 50 Canon EF lenses, EX-series Speedlites, and many other EOS system accessories
  • Powered by 2 CR2 lithium batteries housed inside the camera grip

129. Canon EOS Elan 7n SLR Camera (Body Only)
list price: $509.99
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Asin: B00020BM1O
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2845
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 35mm SLR camera with EF lens mount
  • 7-point wide-area focusing system with Eye Control
  • Advanced multi-mode exposure metering
  • New distance-based E-TTL II flash metering
  • Camera body only; lenses sold separately

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Canon Triumphs Again!
This is the successor to the EOS Elan 7. It is what the Elan 7 could have been, should have been, and, finally, is. Though the Elan 7 didn't leave much to be desired, there were a couple of modifications that would have made it the perfect camera for intermediate to advanced photographers. These improvements are an illuminated external LCD, better light metering, and faster AF.

The new finish and emblems are gorgeous. The finish is extremely matte, so it's very dark and handsome, and the Elan 7n logo is now a relief on a plaque attached to the body that's also holographic, instead of the painted on white and red logo of the old Elan 7. Though this has nothing to do with its ability to produce amazingly focused and metered images, it sure makes it one heck of an attractive body.

It is arguably one of the quietest 35mm SLR cameras ever made, and I agree. Its whisper drive film transport produces noise so quiet you can only hear it if your ear is pressed right to the body. The mirror and shutter action, though audible, are also well below the sound levels heard in most other cameras. It makes the higher-end Canons, and just about all 35mm Nikons, Minoltas, and Pentaxes sound like gun shots by comparison. Also, when the silent film rewind option is set in the camera's custom functions, this, too, cannot be heard without pressing one's ear to the body. But, even its high-speed film rewind is quiet, if you ask me, and it takes only 5 seconds to rewind a 24-exposure roll of film!

Its auto-focus system is the fastest any Elan has ever seen. It can track things moving at a whopping 31 miles per hour at close distances! Trust me, this is fast! Only the rarest of sporting events would pose a challenge to this camera's AF system.

Its light metering, especially its new E-TTL II flash metering, is almost frighteningly intelligent and accurate. When used with an EX series Speedlite, the camera uses distance information from the lens plus its readings from the 35-zone light meter (both from an ambient light reading and a pre-flash reading) to calculate an appropriate flash exposure. This works in much the same way Nikon's 3D-matrix metering does, so, now, Nikon has some good competition in this category. I find that my Canon Elan 7n with the 420EX Speedlite produces exposures that are just as beautiful as those produced by Nikon systems. And, the high-speed flash sync is wonderful, because I can shoot with wide-open apertures and not worry about not being able to use the flash with the higher shutter speeds that result.

Its shooting speed is a grin-inducing 4 frames per second. Even the EOS 3 only does 3.5 fps without the incredibly expensive power booster with the Ni-MH battery pack, and the Nikon N80 only does about 2.5 frames per second. Oh, and you can get a battery pack for the Elan 7n (the BP-300) that will let you use AA batteries while providing you with an extended horizontal grip for better stability, a vertical grip for more comfortable work in the vertical orientation, and vertical shutter release and exposure lock buttons. Even the Nikon N-80 doesn't offer a vertical grip or shutter release with its battery pack.

This camera features mirror lockup, with the ability to use the RC-1 or RC-5 infrared wireless shutter remote. So, now, not only do you not get camera shake from the mirror going up during macro photography, but you also don't have to touch anything attached to the camera such as a shutter release cable, which could also cause camera shake. That's awesome.

The Elan 7n also lets you customize its settings and performance with 13 custom functions. This includes mirror lockup (another feature missing from the Nikon N80 or lower-end Canons), leaving the film leader out after rewinding it, controlling what the various buttons on the body do, as well as how the camera controls auto-focus assist lights, the flash, etc.

And, let's not forget its 7-point wide-area auto-focus, with selectable points and light metering being linked to the selected focus point.

All of these features, plus several I didn't even mention, make for extremely reliable point-and-shoot simplicity for the casual or inexperienced photographer who wants to get great shots without the hassle of learning all the stuff that's involved in true hands-on photography, yet the camera provides more features than even the pros can shake a stick at. And, it does it for around $300.00, which is 1/3 to 1/4 of the cost of comparable bodies.

Canon has triumphed once again!

PRO's:

-Durable
-Reliable
-Affordable
-Fast
-Quiet
-Exceptionally accurate (both in focusing and metering)
-Packed with features
-Stylish
-Compatible with a very nice line of accessories

CON's:

-My only complaint about this camera is its lack of a real focus assist beam. Most of the EOS bodies have built-in near-infrared focus assist lights that project patterns of vertical, horizontal, or combinations of both lines onto the subject for low-light and low-contrast AF operation. Why on Earth Canon decided to make the Elan 7/7n's built-in flash the AF assist light seems to defy all conventional logic and wisdom. First, it fires a short but rapid burst of flashes that are not only annoying to the user, but generally frightening to living subjects (I used it in a restaurant once with my Elan 7, and people actually screamed in terror...I've since learned to disable this in the custom functions...in fact, it was the first CF I set when I got the Elan 7n). Second, if it's being used for low-contrast subjects, well, it just doesn't help there at all, because it doesn't add any contrasting patterns for the AF system to focus on. However, when you attach an external flash, this problem is usually solved, because most dedicated flash units have focus assist beams. ... Read more


130. Canon Elph Z3 Zoom APS Camera Kit
list price: $260.99
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Asin: B000063YAN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 349
Average Customer Review: 3.11 out of 5 stars
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The sleek, compact Elph Z3 from Canon slips easily into a purse or pocket, and its stylish, futuristic design and advanced features make this APS camera a must-have for gadget lovers.

With all the attention Canon's Digital Elph series has been receiving, it's easy to forget that the first Elph models were film cameras. This latest-generation model has much in common with its predecessors, including a chrome-and-aluminum body, diminutive dimensions, and use of the Advanced Photo System (APS) format.

Refinements for this model include a longer, lower shape--less like a deck of cards and more like a cell phone--and a backlit status LCD that emits a cool blue glow at the push of a button. Several other features were revised to improve photo quality, including a redesigned lens and a newly developed passive autofocus system. Additional features include a 2.3x zoom, spot metering, self-timer, and a five-mode flash with red-eye reduction.

A lithium CR123A battery provides power, and the camera uses APS film, a format jointly developed by five leading photo companies in 1996. The APS format is designed to take advantage of a number of technological advances developed in the decades since the introduction of 35mm film. Here are the main advantages to the APS format:

  • Size and convenience: An APS cartridge is smaller than 35mm, and the film is completely enclosed, which simplifies film loading.
  • Midroll rewind: Many cameras let you switch film midroll, allowing you to shoot in both color and black and white. Each roll has an indicator on top that lets you know if the film inside is unused, partially exposed, totally exposed, or developed. After developing, the negatives remain inside the cartridge for protection and long-term storage.
  • Three print sizes: Most APS cameras let you choose from three proportions for your prints--"classic," which is a 3:2 ratio like 35mm; "HDTV," which is a 16:9 wide-screen format, and "panoramic," which is a long 3:1 print.
  • Magnetic information storage: The film is coated with a magnetic layer much like a videotape. This layer can store information from the camera that can be used during developing and printing to make the best possible prints. This also means that photo time and date information can be printed on the back of each picture instead of the front.

The two biggest drawbacks to the format are size and availability. The negative is approximately half the size of 35mm, so each photo has less detail than an equivalent 35mm negative. This can result in pictures that look grainy, especially when enlarged. Though the format is popular, it's still relatively new, so the film can be harder to find than 35mm film and developing may be slightly more expensive. ... Read more

Features

  • APS-format ultracompact point-and-shoot
  • 23.5-54mm 2.3x zoom lens with autofocus
  • 5-mode flash with red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film loading, advance, and rewind
  • Features date imprinting and self-timer

Reviews (28)

5-0 out of 5 stars Tiny, feature rich, and it works well
Having owned several small APS cameras, I can safely tell you that this one is a winner. The Z3 has a decent 2.3 times optical zoom (I prefer a 3x, but this is pretty good), very small size, and excellent battery life (over 25 rolls/battery, vs. under 10 for many other cameras). It also has some of the minor features that prove useful, including date and time encoding, mid roll rewind and load, and basic control over the flash (4 modes).

If you've never used the APS format before you will be impressed by the small camera size and image results, as long as you stick with 4x6 prints. If you require 35mm results with enlargements, go elsewhere. This has nothing to do with this camera, its all in the film size. You might be able to enlarge to 5x7, but no further. These are really tiny negatives and the images get grainy when you enlarge them too much.

I've seen some complaints about reliability, but after a hundred rolls or so this camera has been flawless. It did take us a roll or so to get used to the turning the camera off (you slide the lens cover over), but once you get the hang of pressing the cover in just a bit before sliding it, it comes easy.

I'd also suggest that you check out the Canon 370Z camera. While it is a bit bigger and has shorter battery life (I've averaged 8-9 rolls per battery at best), the zoom is a full 3x, meaning that you can zoom in a bit more. That can be useful, although I have not missed it as much witht his camera as I expected.

2-0 out of 5 stars Stick with 35mm
In the camera store that I work at, we rarely sell APS cameras now that their novelty has worn off and this is why:

The frame size for APS film is LESS THAN HALF the size you get with 35mm film. This means that if you blow your pictures up, you will see much more of the grains. Also, there is a noticable difference even between using a 100 speed film (which you should give you the sharpest pictures) and the 200 speed film. The film quality is just bad and the selection is very limited.

APS film is more expensive, and it also cost more to get developed. It is even more if you shoot panoramics. As far as the film goes, if you purchase the value packs you can get 6 rolls of 35mm film for the price you would pay for 3 rolls of the same speed of APS film in many stores.

Instead of this camera, I suggest the Pentax IQzoom 130M. It has more than twice the zoom for LESS money! It also features an easy to use panorama mode if you like having that option. A 35mm camera is not hard to load, and the superior quality is well worth the 3 extra seconds it will take you to load film. You'll get more camera for your money and you'll be so much happier with your pictures.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money
Just as everyone else stated, this is a great compact, cool looking camera. Pictures have turned out okay. Some were blurry but I suspect it may be the lighting. Outdoor pics were clear as the sky. However, I have a lot of problem with loading and unloading the film. Sometimes the camera would keep rolling sounding like it would load the film but when it stops making noise the cartridge symbol blinks asking you to put in the film. And when it finally loads correctly and finishes rewinding the film, the door gets stuck and would not open. It's quite frustrating. I'm going to get a refund and I suggest not getting this camera at all especially for this price. You should probably go with their digital elph camera instead.

2-0 out of 5 stars don't buy
I purchased an elph for the size and the fact it takes panaramics. At first I was happy with it, it took good pictures, was easy to load and unload, and was compact. After about 3-4 months I was in the keys with my friends when we took our last picture on the film, it would not rewind not even manually. I brought it to a camera place to see if they could get the film out and they told me to send it back to canon. The door was stuck and he did not want to ruin it. I did happen to eventually get the film out myself but the camera still did not work so I sent it in (supposively under warranty) and they wanted to charge me $75 to fix it. I suggest looking for another camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars WAY better than 35mm
I'm not sure what has caused people to complain so much about this camera, it is the best I have ever owned and believe me, I KNOW cameras! I've taken hundreds of pictures (literally) and have competed in several shows with great results. And I tell you, Canon Elph is a tiny camera that packs a punch!

I bought this camera two years ago for a trip to Europe. I wanted to have something small with special features. The zoom, panoramic, dates and special subject lines, easy load small film, etc. I was TOTALLY impressed!

I took 30 rolls of film in rapid succession, within a period of 3 weeks. I didn't develop any of the film while in Europe, and even after ALL of my film, exposed and unexposed, passed through all the metal detectors of different airports, palaces, etc. it had FANTASTIC quality! In fact, the pictures of me are some of the best ever taken, other than some childhood shots and my high school senior pictures taken by a professional! These Elph pictures, held next to 35mm pictures from both my old Pentax and my Canon manual professional camera, were not any different. Mixed up, no one could tell which pictures were taken by what camera!

I loved how the film was just drop and load. It was harder to get dirty or install wrong and IMPOSSIBLE to accidentally expose to light. NOT so with my old Pentax 35 MM autofocus camera! Plus, the neat thing with Advantix film is that you can take a few pictures, rewind the film, load a new roll for different types of pictures, rewind that and load the other roll of film only partially used! With this feature, I was able to keep castles on one roll, statues on another, paintings on yet another roll!
The camera was dropped more than once, nothing broke! The metal corner bent (that's how bad the fall was) and the picture quality was not affected at all! The sliding face wasn't a problem for me to get used to, just don't slide it fast! Slide it just a little ways back towards the lens when you want to shut it off and it will recede back into the camera then you can close it fully.

I have now used this camera often for the last two years, including a family reunion. Every picture has been great (except the ones I personally messed up like not turning on the flash when needed) and I have recommended it to my friends. Nothing has been grainy, no red eye, nothing! Everything has been clear and bright! Just remember to use 400 or higher speed film, 200 and 100 definitely reduce the picture quality. I used Kodak and tried to get MAX, not regular.

I hope to join an art study program and go back to Europe next summer. The Elph will definitely be going along! Cute and functional! ... Read more


131. Canon Elph Sport APS Camera Kit
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00004SZ9L
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 648
Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Finally--an underwater camera that's small enough to take anywhere, yet advanced enough to give you high-quality results with easy operation. The Canon Elph Sport camera integrates Elph's crowd-pleasing Advanced Photo System ease of use and portability with a sporty waterproof body. Not only does it take pictures on land at the touch of a button, but it is submersible to 16.4 feet for underwater photography. It's a good bet for vacations, since you don't have to lug around a separate, clunky underwater camera in addition to your point-and-shoot. The Elph Sport easily fills both roles, offering signature Canon quality along with special features designed to make underwater shooting easier.

The Elph Sport features an extra large viewfinder that enables you to frame your shots even with dive goggles on. A special meniscus lens and underwater macro setting account for water's refractive properties and ensure crisp shots. Larger-format controls allow you to operate the Canon Elph Sport even when wearing gloves. Another highlight of this camera is the anticondensation feature that prevents your lens from fogging up in extreme temperatures or moist climates. The Canon Elph Sport also includes a five-mode flash with a special underwater setting and red-eye reduction. This camera uses autofocus on land and has user-selectable focus settings for underwater shooting.

The Canon Elph Sport also incorporates all of the basic features of an APS camera, including easy drop-in film loading, three shooting formats (classic, high-definition HDTV, and panorama), built-in date, time, and caption imprinting on the back of the photo, and print quality improvement (PQI).

Weighing only 7.8 ounces, this camera is so light it will float. It measures 4.1 by 2.9 by 1.8 inches--not much larger than a deck of cards. Its distinctive rounded, translucent green styling is a real eye-catcher. The kit includes a soft nylon case and a foam-rubber neck/wrist strap as well as a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Advanced Photo System camera can be used underwater
  • Active autofocus system
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Drop-in film loading with automatic transport and midroll rewind possible
  • Date imprinting and 3 print formats: classic, panoramic, and group size

Reviews (23)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Vacation Camera
This camera went with me on several vacations and has survived the elements, including a good thrashing against rocks in Class 4 Rapids. The pictures came out great, though the lense did fog up a bit on a few occasions. The underwater shots with flash came out much nicer than those I'd previously taken with another camera costing double. The sharp focus on a foreground object can be amazing, I took the most amazing photo on an eagle in flight. It looked as though the eagle was still but the background was moving. Drawbacks are in design: sometimes when you give the camera to someone else to take a photo they turn it the wrong way a shoot a pic of their face. Sounds stupid, but the front doesn't protrude much and it has happened too many times. People tend to grab the camera in such a way that their fingers get prints on the lense as well. Also, it is easy to get your fingers in the way of the lense. Improvements would include a lense cap and ZOOM, if possible.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ideal snorkeler's camera
I took this camera on my vacation to Hawaii, and was extremely pleased with it. The underwater pictures are excellent, much superior to those produced by disposable cameras. The flash is very helpful in underwater closeups, and the large viewfinder is helpful when peering through a mask. Above-water picture quality is quite good, though the lack of a telephoto option hurts. The camera is reasonably rugged--I dropped it from waist height onto asphalt twice, and it continues to function without a hitch. Although the manual advises that the loaded camera may not float in fresh water, mine floats in my bathroom sink, even with battery and film. I would add a couple of cautions--When film is removed, the camera sets the film to "exposed" so you can't re-insert the film to finish the roll as some APS cameras allow. This means changing from 100 ASA to 400 ASA film (for example) means sacrificing any remaining shots on the roll. The camera does require a minimum amount of cleaning and care after use, especially salt water use. Also, there is no lens cover, which makes me squeamish when packing the camera around. I haven't yet scratched the lens, but I often worry about it. Although a zoom lens is clearly not practical, it would certainly be nice to have a two-position lens with a regular setting and telephoto setting. Despite these quibbles, I really like the camera!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good camera, good value.
My camera has really stood up to the elements and multiple beatings. It has worked well for me taking pictures underwater and in the surf, and has also been to the top of multiple 20,000+ feet mountains. Dropped countless times on rock, snow, sand, and also dunked as much into water. I have learned to force the flash on anything but super sunny days - the pics come out a bit dark in conditions other cameras would have no problem with, and i've found it could really use a filter in intense light situations. Nothing you wouldn't expect from a specialty use camera. Just bought a second spare one for when the first one finally does give up - which i don't think will be for a long time.
Good camera and good value!

5-0 out of 5 stars Ultimate Combination of Features and Quality
If you are considering buying an APS camera, then you should look no further. Note, however, that APS film is a bit more expensive than regular 35mm film, but it is much more versatile (standard Normal, Group, and Panoramic modes, etc). The reason why this camera so great is most obviously its design. The case is waterproof as well as shockproof. After taking it with me hiking, I tripped three times, each time with the camera in my hand (in its little case), and showed no signs of damage, and still worked great underwater. For me, this is great, as I usually end up losing things in my messy room, and hence they usually get banged around. This camera is durable, and therefore there is no worry. Its waterproofing is great feature, as I am constantly taking pictures on my boat, at the beach, or outside where there is always the chance of rain. You don't have to worry about keeping your camera dry, nor does it become a problem if you leave you bag with the camera in it someplace where it might accidentally get wet. The design is extremely easy to use, and the pictures are great (use 400 speed film, its the most versatile). The only bad thing is that you have to fairly responsible about cleaning the camera after salt-water use. Now, I have never done this, and the camera still works fine. Furthermore, this thing is tiny, suprisingly smaller than the most compact 35mm's. You'll be suprised at how small it is (it's not too small though). It also has bumps on the back to help you grip the camera with one hand. To anyone who is concerned about zoom, on most compact camera, APS or 35mm, they barely make that much of a difference. And to anyone considering going digital, I say just get a scanner. Your picture quality will be much better. Recommended without reservation. Its the kind of camera you can just throw in your bag and never have to worry about. One last thing, when you first put it underwater, you will see bubbles coming out. I was concerned, but found out it was just air on the outside of the waterproofing.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy, Fun & Waterproof! Works great after FOUR YEARS!
This is a simple point and shoot auto-focus model which fits nicely into small bags/purses or a coat pocket. Traveling should be fun in any weather and being able to capture memories should be too. Cameras shouldn't shrink with just a few raindrops like the Wicked Witch of the West. The Canon Elph Sport holds up to everything I've been through the past four years: quicksand, ocean waves, swimming pools, road trips, baby drool, hurricanes, blizzards, and much more. The colors come through vividly. Now with black and white Advantix film being available, I can take more classic photos as well. This summer, I tried surfing and the only success was the great photos. The carrying case is great - In it, the camera floats in the ocean. I recommend this camera for anyone who does not want to worry about their camera getting wet on family vacations (think beach trips or theme park rides here) or during frequent outdoor adventures.

TECHNICAL NOTES: It does not have a zoom option, but it includes a self-timer feature. It doesn't use up batteries quickly. I've replaced it maybe twice in four years. ... Read more


132. Canon PC150 Personal Copier
list price: $345.00
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Asin: B00030N86K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 10573
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133. Canon PowerShot A80 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B0000C8VF9
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 686
Average Customer Review: 4.44 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Featuring a high-tech design with aluminum front cover and metallic handgrip, the Canon PowerShot A80 combines a sense of both the modern and the traditional. Despite its entry-level designation in Canon's digital lineup, the easy-to-operate, 4-megapixel PowerShot A80 is a surprisingly advanced model with sophisticated optics and manual controls. It also features a twisting LCD screen.

Optics and Resolution
The PowerShot A80 offers a 4-megapixel CCD sensor that produces images up to 2272 x 1704 pixels for photo-quality 11 x 14 inch enlargements. Other resolution modes include 1600 x 1200, 1024 x 768, and 640 x 480. The 3x zoom lens has a focal length of 7.8-23.4mm (equivalent to 38-114mm in 35mm photography). It also incorporates a 3.6x digital zoom for a total 11x zoom. The PowerShot A80 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 A80 can also record up to 3 minutes of video with sound. It has two resolution settings: 320 x 240, and 160 x 120. You can record for up to 3 minutes per clip in either resolution. Note that you cannot use the optical zoom when in movie mode. The included 32 MB memory card can hold 91 seconds of video at the highest setting.

More Features
The PowerShot A80 has a 1.5-inch variable-angle LCD monitor that gives you even more shooting options. Turn the LCD monitor 180 degrees toward the front of the camera and the A80 will display your choice of a mirror image or a non-reversed image to give you a true view of your actual shot.

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.

  • Shooting Modes: Auto, Creative (P, Av, Tv, M, Custom 1, Custom 2), Programmed Image Control Zone, Image (Portrait, Landscape, Night Scene, Stitch Assist, Movie)
  • White Balance Control: Auto, Pre-set (Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent or Fluorescent H) or Custom
  • Built-in flash with auto, red-eye reduction, on/of, and slow sync modes; 10-second recycle time
  • Maximum Aperture: f/2.8/ 8.0 (W), f/4.9/ 8.0 (T)
  • 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
Printing
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 CompactFlash Type I memory cards; a 32 MB card is included. When shooting in Large/Normal mode, you can store 54 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 4 AA batteries (alkalines included, NiMH rechargeables recommended). It measures 4.1 by 2.5 by 1.4 inches and weighs 8.8 ounces (excluding battery).

What's In The Box
This package includes the PowerShot A80 digital camera, 32 MB CompactFlash memory card, four AA alkaline batteries, 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

Features

  • 4 megapixel sensor creates 2,272 x 1,704 images for photo-quality prints at 11 x 14 and beyond
  • 3x optical plus 3.6x digital zoom (for 11x total)
  • Twisting LCD for shots at any angle; up to 3-minute videos with sound; 9-point AiAF
  • Compatible with Type I CompactFlash memory cards; includes 32 MB card
  • Powered by 4 AA batteries (alkalines included, rechargeables recommended); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

Reviews (66)

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm in love...
I'm a total amatuer, but have been using digital cameras at work for several years starting with the Sony Mavacia with 640x480 max resolution and most recently using an Olympus 3.2MP camera. I'd refrained from buying a digital camera, limping along with a point-and-shoot 35mm instead because the resolution didn't seem great and the prices seemed too high. With the birth of our first grandson though, I suddenly felt the need to own a digital camera! Without too much research I bought the A80 and I'm totally satisfied with my choice and maybe even a little pleasantly surprised by some of the extra's. First, just so I don't forget--it takes great pictures! Really great pictures...I feel like the only limitation is my own ability to completely use all of the available features. If you're reading the other 50 plus reviews you'll see a lot of technical info, so let me just hit my own personal highlights. It doesn't come with a bag...but I got a great small Samsonite camera bag with snaps and straps and pockets and zippers for less than $6.00 at Walmart. Any digital camera will eat batteries--go rechargable. The best I've seen are 2300ah NIMH batteries, you'll need 8 and a charger {Walmart again} which will pay for themselves in a month or two (and trust me, when you do break down and buy it you're really going to kick yourself for all the money you've been wasting on regular batteries). The memory card they provide is too small, but at the second highest resolution, it will get you started with 30+ pictures and act as a interim backup. I like the 256mb size as an upgrade, and will eventually buy a second one as a backup. Sandisk had a price for well under $50 and a lifetime guarantee--so the backup card could come in handy if yours ever fails! The camera comes loaded with features, including manual shutter and aperture modes and more automatic and manual modes than you will learn to use in weeks if not months or years of ownership. In the meantime, just setting it on Auto or Nite mode makes you look like a freaking genius anyway. The flip-out LCD screen is one of those things that you don't know you need until you have it, and then you wonder how you ever did without! It protects the delicate screen when not in use, rotates so your wife can take centered pictures of herself (instead of the off-center ones she usually got with a regular camera), and it is great for candid pics when you don't want to spook the subject by looking directly at them with the camera or when you want to alter the angle of your photo to get a bugs eye or birds eye view. The USB connection to my computer is a huge improvement over the floppy disks the Mavacia used and even a full card of 256mb downloads quickly (plus you can upload pictures to transport them to another computer). The included software for cataloging and modifying shots is adequate and actually quite an improvement over what I've seen in the past. Considering that it's free, I'm not complaining. {If I want better software, I'd rather choose what I want anyway.} I started this review by noting that I'd been holding out for a high resolution camera with a decent price--I got that and more. This is the perfect camera for an amatuer like me, and it will tide me over quite well until the price of a 10MP digital SLR gets down to under $400! And best of all, the pictures of my grandson make a great screensaver slide show!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent picture quality, top of the line camera
I am a mom of a toddler and also a scrapbooker so I wanted a camera that would take excellent pictures. The Canon A80 is a bit more than I needed~ I am a point-and-shoot person and didn't care to get involved in manual modes. The Canon is fairly small and easily fits in my diaper bag~ it is a bit heavier than some other cameras but this is due to the fact it takes 4 batteries, which are well worth their weight in battery life. Even in auto mode I can take excellent pictures~ I've taken close up shots of my pets that just blow me away with how detailed they are. The colors are gorgeous and true to life. This is my third digital camera (had Kodaks before) and I can honestly say the quality of the pictures far surpasses the other two cameras I have owned (the CX6330 and the DX4900).

I do have a few complaints, though~ first, the flash is a bit TOO powerful. When I take pictures of my toddler (my main photo subject) I have often gotten shots where her eyes are half-way closed, resulting in a kind of 'drugged out' look. It was suggested to me to turn off the red-eye reduction (a preflash which could be making the subject blink) and this has helped somewhat, but I still get an occasional 'drunk' look. I have compensated by staying farther away from my subject and using zoom. The flash output can be adjusted but ONLY in manual mode, which I find irritating (I think this should be something you can adjust in auto mode as well). The only other option is to turn off the flash, which is not always possible indoors.

My other complaint is the shutter lag~ there is a LONG delay between the time you press the shutter button and when the shot is taken. This can be avoided if you press the shutter button half-way and do a 'focus lock' first and keep holding it half-way until you are ready to take a picture. The problem with this is when you have a toddler that is on the move you don't want to be chasing after her and worrying about doing a focus lock; also often you have just an instant to take a picture before a toddler moves her head/walks away/etc and pictures have been lost due to this shutter lag. While all digital cameras have some shutter lag, the Kodaks I owned were MUCH, MUCH faster than the Canon, with almost no lag whatsoever. I wish Canon would improve upon this! If Kodak can do it, I'm sure Canon can.

There are a few ways to try to speed up the shutter~ by turning off AIAF autofocus system, turning off red eye reduction, turning off the flash, or going into manual mode (I learned on a camera site how to go into manual mode and program 'snap mode' which has a faster response time)~ however these all can compromise the picture, especially in low-light conditions. It can result in blurry pictures.

Aside from those 2 complaints, I am very happy with my Canon A80. I've resigned myself to learning the manual stuff so I can have control over the camera~ I know once I am comfortable with the different settings I will probably be able to overcome the issues I've had, however I really would have preferred to stay in Auto mode. It doesn't make sense to me why in Auto mode you cannot even adjust the color settings (vivid, neutral, etc.), however you can adjust these in the P mode or in manual mode.

I seriously considered returning my Canon to get another Kodak b/c of the two issues above, but I honestly find the quality of the A80 far superior to the Kodak line. I did a ton of research on camera review sites, as well as looked at many picture samples from Pbase Photo, and the Canon just takes breathtaking pictures. As I'm growing in my knowledge I'm finding I'm taking much better pictures and working through the few problems I've encountered with shutter lag and flash output.

Oh, one more thing~ the battery life is outstanding. I use my camera a lot (!) and I am just in awe at how long it lasts before I have to recharge the batteries. It is simply amazing!

All in all, I think this is an excellent camera for both beginners and pros alike.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works like they promised!
This is an amazing camera that never fails to come up with a great picture. I am far from a pro. but this camera's function and quality enable me to take shots that look good anyway. It even has a quality mic. that allows you to record and add sound to a picture. The only gripe I have with it is that in order to actually use it for more than a day you have to purchase expensive rechargable batteries.

3-0 out of 5 stars Flash went bad after 2 months
When I bought it 3 months back, everything looked good...now, my pictures come dark under indoor lighting...after doing some checks, I found that the flash is not working...it works ok in outdoor day light...now, I have to see, whether I can get this fixed under warranty...By the way, I am surprised that the price dropped from $350 to $270 in 2 months, on Amazon! Any particular reason!!

I am yet to test how the digital prints are...when, I got some 10 prints printed in a small shop, they were not as good as the non-digital camera prints...also, they are not as good as they look on the camera LCD screen...I don't know whether I can expect atleast same kind of prints as non-digital/film camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very nice and efficient.. A great value
I initially had the Nikon Coolpix 3100 and had a warranty and the front of the lens broke off so I went back to the store to exchange and I was told that it was no longer sold. The new model was 3200, well I spotted the Canon A80 Power shot and I ran home to read reviews on the camera before I bought it.

It's a little heavier than the Coolpix, but it has so many wonderful features. I did a comparison of the two and I feel as though the Canon is a wonderful choice. Not being a professional photographer, I wanted a camera that I could just aim and shoot and get quality pictures without a lot of work. My Canon also has a lot of scenery modes which have helped me tremendously.

The quality of the pictures are awesome and you don't have to put a lot of effort into it. My boyfriend took some pictures in the park and it was like the color was just coming through the camera. My one negative is that some of the indoor shots are a little dark, but you can learn to adjust your settings and lighten them up. Also, the software is wonderful. I am having a ball making online movies and albums and just being creative.

This is definitely a wise choice that will make the user happy. ... Read more


134. Canon EOS-1V Professional SLR Body
list price: $2,899.99
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Asin: B00006I540
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 6099
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Features

  • Professional 35mm SLR camera with up to 1/8000 second shutter speed (Body only)
  • Rigid magnesium alloy body resistant to water and dust
  • Fast continuous shooting speed of up to 10 fps
  • Features 45-point Area AF, 100% viewfinder, and EOS-1 control layout
  • Large selection of interchangeable AF lenses, flash systems, and remote controllers

135. Canon PowerShot S50 5MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00008OE5I
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 953
Average Customer Review: 4.44 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Although it may look like a compact digital camera, the Canon PowerShot S50 delivers is actually a 5 Megapixel camera with features and options normally only reserved for high-end digital cameras.

Housed in a mostly metal casing, the Canon PowerShot S50 is turned on via a sliding lens protector that in turn allows the 3x optical zoom to pop out and the large and clear 1.5 LCD monitor to fire into action. There are over 10 buttons on the back of the camera alone, allowing you to easily change everything from white balance to reviewing images.

The jog wheel on top gives access to the many options including Night Scene, Fast Shutter, Slow Sync and Program and shows how serious this camera is when it comes to taking pictures. Better still is the quick access function button on the rear of the camera that allows you to access White Balance, Drive Mode, ISO, Effect, Flash and image size settings all at the press of a button.

Power is delivered via a Li-ion Canon rechargeable battery pack and the camera is shipped with a 32Mb CompactFlash Card enabling you to store images. A 3x optical zoom offers 38 - 105mm equivalent for a 35mm camera and this added to the 4x digital zoom gives you plenty of scope. F range is F2.8 - F4.9, and focusing is managed via a whole host of options: 9-point AiAF, 1-point AF (any position), AF lock, Focus bracketing, AF assist beam (on/off) and Manual Focus.

Picture quality, as with all Canon cameras, is very strong, detailed and well balanced. You would expect this from a 5 Megapixel model, but everything here seems to gel. Colors are crisp, white's well defined and skin tones very clear. The host of focusing options only help in creating better pictures. While the pre-programmed settings get you out of trouble if you're not sure what to manually set up.

Overall this is a very good camera that is only let down by the positioning of the review button. The picture quality is very good and the functions that the camera offers are extensive. For this too really be treated as a high end camera it should have a hot shoe function, but then that's what the G3 and new G5 are there for. If you are looking for a good field camera and are at that stage where you want all the functionality of a high camera without the size, then this certainly does the job. --Jason Denwood, Amazon.co.uk

What's in the Box
PowerShot S50 digital camera, 32 MB CompactFlash card, battery and battery charger (CB-2LT), USB and AV cables, wrist strap, and ArcSoft Camera Suite CD-ROM and USB drivers for Windows and Mac. ... Read more

Features

  • 5 megapixel sensor (2592 x 1944 pixels) for enlargements up to 20 x 30 inches
  • 3x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom (12x total)
  • Nine point AiAF, flexizone focus selection, three-minute movie clips, and automatic image rotation
  • Compatible with CompactFlash Type I and II cards; 32 MB card included
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery (NB-2L); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

Reviews (93)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best value for the money
This is my third digital camera, my previous was a 3.2MP Casio QV3000EX. While Casio is not a well known name in the US for cameras, it's still hard to find a digital camera today that matches the QV3000EX feature/price point. The S50 does this and more!

The Good:
1. Made in Japan (not China as some other Japanese cameras ie Minolta).
2. Metal case, and it feels like it is well made (heavy). Buttons give a solid feel.
3. Turns on quick - 4 seconds.
4. Small size. This will easily fit into your shirt pocket. The S50 has the features of a G3 and the compactness of the S400. The best of both worlds. No other 5MP camera comes close to this size, with the exception of the Minolta F300.
5. Extreme manual control: 10 aperature settings (most digital camaras have 2), 45 shutter settings! You will not find a camera with more control at this price.
6. Lens can zoom in macro mode. Others such as Minolta S414 cannot.
7. Fast Canon lens - great pictures in low light and little to no blooming (purple fringe). In my opinion, Canon makes the best digital camera lens. The Casio QV3000EX has a Canon lens, and it takes great pictures. The lens makes or breaks a camera, don't compromise here.
8. Will NOT turn on when in your pocket. It's just plain annoying that manufacturers continue to make knobs that turn at the slightest touch. The dial on the S50 gives a solid and metal sounding click.
9. Battery charger is small an unobtrusive. Fits into the smallest of camera bags.

The Bad:
1. You pay a price for Canon. But you get what you pay for. You can get a cheaper digital camera, but you will not get one that has perhaps the best lens, great auto focus, and exreme manual control, and - in the end great pictures. Take a look at the sample pictures at Canon's site. Compare them to similar cameras. You will wonder why you thought of buying another brand. Also consider the S400 for a more limited point and shoot, or the G3 for professional/traditional SLR look and feel.
2. Uses a proprietary battery. To be honest, I'd rather use AA Ni-MH batteries. But with the Canon system, you probably get bettery power management since they can monitor the battery state better than if it is generic rechargables. In the end it's probably a wash. Buy a second battery.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm Now A Believer
I never thought the day would arrive that I would abandon my Canon Rebel 35mm camera for a "digital....ugh..camera" but the Canon S50 has made me a true believer. I finally got fustrated trying to scan in all my 35 mm prints in order to "preserve my memories". Very time consumming, and I was never quit satisfied with the quality. So, after a lot of soul searching, and a lot of on-line reseacher reading countless reviews, I finally took a leap of faith and purchased the Canon S50. I couldn't be happier. This is an excellent camera for the serious amature, allowing for point and shoot capability or multiple features that allow one to adjust various settings. I've had the camera for over 5 month now and don't have any regrets. The quailty of the pics is VERY VERY CLOSE to 35 mm and I've enlarged prints to 20 x 30 with excellet results. I strongly recommend buying an extra battery and 512 MB Compact Flash Card. Also, www.shutterfly.com offers a tremendous service which allows one to utilize your new digital camerea to the fullest. Buy this camera and I highly doubt you'll be disappointed!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, fine pics, very durable
I have a lot of experience with a wide range of fully manual SLRs and digital SLRs, and this camera stacks up nicely. As an architecture student, I bought the S50 to have a quick alternative for shooting models, sites and other miscellaneous scenography to use in large scale presentation format. After 7 months, I have been very pleased.
A few things:

The good:
-RAW format (nice to have that versatility)
-color balance is nice
-easy acces to menus
-loads of manual functions
-light adjustments are right on
-nice lcd, crisp and bright
-overall great consistent pictures, and it's easy to be really creative (making you feel like a better photographer than you actually are)

The not so good (but no so bad either):
-there is too much discrepancy between the area that is seen in the viewfinder and what the sensors see. (You always get more than what you see)
-the 5-way toggle selector button has got to go!
-a little bit too brick-like
-noisy zoom

I would recommend this to semi-serious light-heavy shooters. (but get a spare battery, 2 for a full day of shooting with lcd on)

5-0 out of 5 stars does exactly what it's supposed to
Sometimes I travel to places where more likely than not, I will not have the opportunity to revisit. That is why I like this camera. The quality of the pictures are quite good (often, bracketing and having a big memory card helps this further) and the durable metal body and small size makes it ideal for traveling.

My only major gripe is the battery indicator. The camera doesn't give you a good indication of how much more battery power is left. A second battery is almost a necessary convenience.

Obviously, the pictures taken from this are not as good as the SLR's, but often those cameras do not fit so easily in your pocket. Having easier access to a camera makes it easier for me to take spur of the moment pictures. In addition, the s50 does have some remarkable manual features. Some are a bit gimmicky, but the basic manual features, even a manual focus (kind of a pain to get used to at first) are available.

All in all, I do love this camera for what it is.

4-0 out of 5 stars Consider Your Needs Before Purchasing.....
Before purchasing a digital camera, sit-down and consider your needs.

1. Are you just getting started out in digital photography? This particular camera has a lot of bells and whistles but if you don't take the time to learn the features then it may be a bit of an overkill. The manual has a nice layout, but for the amateur photographer, its not going to be enough explain the functions in detail.

2. How portbable do you want the camera to be?
This is a medium sized camera. Not quite small and light enough where you feel comfortable slipping it into your pocket and heading on out. But at the same time, not a big contraption that is bulky and difficult to manage.

Recommendations:
1. Buy a bigger memory Card - With a 5 megapixel camera, I highly recommend getting at least a 256mb memory card.
2. Buy a USB 2.0 Memory Card Reader - While the camera comes with a cable that connects to your computer for downloading images, the USB 2.0 Reader is lightning fast. For example, suppose that a download may take 5 minutes with the supplied cable, that same download will only take 45 seconds with USB 2.0. If you plan on taking a lot of digital pictures, then this item is recommended. Just be sure to check if you computer is USB 2.0 compatible.
3. Buy an extra battery - More than likely that one supplied with the camera will not be enough if you plan on taking a lot of pictures during a trip. At least with the back-up, you can snap away without having to worry if you have enough battery power.
4. Consider buying image editing software- This will give you more control over the finished product. You will be able to crop images, brighten them, sharpen them, take out the red-eye, etc...Again, if you are not familiar with such software, it may take some time to learn.

Conclusion: This camera takes awesome pictures for the most part. At 5 megapixels, the images come out clear and detailed. There is a bit of a red-eye problem, and the flash is not very powerful. This camera offers a lot of features, but unless you are willing to sit there and learn what each function does, you may not need it. Portability was an important factor for me while wanting to preserve camera performance, and so I purchased this camera. If I could do it again, I probably would have bought 2 cameras instead. One really small camera like the Canon SD10, so that I can take it anywhere, and then purchase one bigger camera like the Canon G3. I figured that this camera is in between and compromised. Now I kind of regret it. So take your time and think about what kind of settings you will use the camera in and what functions you really need. ... Read more


136. Canon Sure Shot Z180u Date Kit
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B0002XRWSI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 358
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Features

  • Fully automatic, compact 4.7x zoom (38-180mm) 35mm camera
  • Zoom-coupled smart autofocus system
  • Automatic light guide zoom flash with red-eye reduction
  • 6 programmed image control modes
  • Kit includes wrist strap, camera case, CR2 battery, and one roll 35mm color film

137. Canon Selphy CP400 Photo Printer
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0007KQT1W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 26933
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Product Description

dye sublimation technology (300 x 300 dpi) * 256 gradations per color * direct photo printing with PictBridge-compliant cameras * print sizes: wide borderless or bordered postcard-sized (4" x 8") with optional paper and tray; borderless or bordered postcard-sized (4" x 6"); borderless or bordered L-sized (approximately 3-1/2" x 4-11/16") with optional paper and tray; borderless or bordered credit card-sized (approximately 3-1/2" x 2-3/16") with optional paper and tray; mini label-sized with optional paper and tray * multiple (8-screen) print for mini label-sized photos * ... Read more

Features

  • High-quality, durable color photo prints
  • PictBridge compatible--no PC required
  • Affordable and fun printing for all the family
  • Multiple paper sizes
  • Windows and Mac supported (software supplied)

138. Canon Powershot SD10 4MP Digital Camera (White)
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B0000CH6SZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 906
Average Customer Review: 4.72 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The smallest Digital Elph yet, the petite and undeniably chic Canon PowerShot SD10 packs a lot of digital photography power. It features a 4-megapixel resolution, movie mode with audio for up to 3 minutes of video, 5-point AiAF, and a fixed focus lens with 5.7x digital zoom. This model comes in stylish white, but the SD10 also comes in black, bronze, and silver.

Optics and Resolution
The PowerShot SD10 offers a 4-megapixel CCD sensor that produces images up to 2272 x 1704 pixels for photo-quality 11 x 14 inch enlargements. Other resolution modes include 1600 x 1200, 1024 x 768, and 640 x 480. The fixed focus lens has a focal length of 2.8mm. The SD10 enables you to get closer to your subject with its 5.7x digital zoom. The SD10 also features Canon's nine-point AiAF system for focusing accuracy and shutter speeds of 15 to 1/1,500 second.

Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the SD10 can also record up to 3 minutes of video with sound. It has two resolution settings: 320 x 240, and 160 x 120. You can record for up to 3 minutes per clip in either resolution. Note that you cannot use the optical zoom when in movie mode. The included 32 MB memory card can hold 85 seconds of video at the highest setting.

More Features
The SD10 features a fast start-up time of just 1.4 seconds, and a shot-to-shot speed of 1.5 seconds. The Quick Shot feature lets you activate the shutter immediately in one stroke after you press the shutter release button; the SD10 even optimizes the focus automatically.

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. Even before the shutter release is pressed, the built-in iSAPS (intelligent scene analysis based on photographic space) technology is analyzing the scene and making camera adjustments to deliver fast focusing and perfect exposures.

Other features include:

  • 1.5-inch LCD monitor (no viewfinder)
  • Built-in flash with Auto, Red-eye Reduction On/Off, Slow-sync modes
  • Shooting modes: Auto, Manual, Slow Shutter, Quick Shot, Stitch Assist, Movie
  • Photo effects: Vivid Color, Neutral Color, Low Sharpening, Sepia, Black & White
  • Metering: evaluative, spot, center weighted average
  • Continuous shooting of 1.6 frames per second, up to 8 frames
  • Self timer with 2 and 10 second options
Printing
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
The SD10 is compatible with Secure Digital (SD) MultiMedia (MMC) memory cards; a 32 MB SD card is included. When shooting in Large/Normal mode, you can store 26 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 proprietary rechargeable lithium-ion battery (NB-3L). It measures 3.6 by 1.9 by 0.7 inches and weighs 3.5 ounces (excluding battery).

What's In The Box
This package includes the PowerShot SD10 digital camera, 32 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

Features

  • Super-sleek Digital Elph with 4.0 megapixel sensor--up to 2272 x 1704 pixel images for 11 x 14 photo-quality prints
  • 5.7x digital zoom, 5-point artificial intelligence auto focus (AiAF), DIGIC Imaging processor
  • Capture up to 3 minutes of 320 x 240 video with audio; on-camera video editing capability
  • Included 32 MB Secure Digital (SD) card; also compatible with MMC cards
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery (NB-3L ); connects to PCs and Macs via USB 1.1

Reviews (36)

5-0 out of 5 stars UTTER FABULOSITY in the form of a Camera
*OK so this bad boy is TINYYYY. You will never have to worry about carrying a bulky camera again, plus its really ultra chic and trendy looking. HUGE PLUS.

*Unlike a lot of other digital cameras that take forever to take a picture, this thing is faaaaast. The time between each snap shot is fast too. VERY impressive.

*I'm not a professional photog but if your just about quality photos without all the technical craziness then this camera is perfect for you. Right out the box its super easy to work with without having to first read the lengthy manual(s).

*The digital zoom on this thing is more than cute enough to accomodate you and I find that it doesn't distort the photos or comprimose the quality of the pic. I understand there are a lot of people that don't care for this dital zoom feature but It hasn't been a problem for me.

*Its so tiny you feel like its the most fragile thing in the world. Its roughly about the size of a credit card!

*There's no optical viewfinder on this camera (for the lay person its the little hole most people look through on any other camera before taking a picture). I thought that it would be wierd having to look through the screen before flicking it up, and surprisingly its not. In fact taking pictures is easier now,

* I havent used the camera's included software because my computer allows me to download my photos by inserting the memory disk directly into it so I can't comment on that particular aspect.

*I'm in loooove.

*The ONLY bad thing about this little camera is that its so cute people want to hold it all the time and the belt clip is secured only by a leather velcro strip so it doesnt feel as secure as I would have liked.

*This camera is soooooo worth the money. Click that "BUY NOW" option immediately and stop fooling around, you know you want it. = )

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera, No Regrets!
This is perfect for you if you are looking for a small, portable digital Camera. You can take this thing anywhere.

Pros:
1. Size and weight - I love the fact that you can just drop it in your pocket and head on out. It's small, sleek, and light weigt.
2. Picture quality - At 4 megapixels, this is not a technological lightweight when it comes to picture clarity. The pictures I have taken so far have come out excellent.
3. Canon Quality - Canon makes great digital cameras that feel sturdy and are well - built.

Cons:
1. Digital Zoom/Lack of optical zoom - The zoom feature of this camera is not good at all. It's a trade-off for its compact size. When using the digital zoom, the pictures dont come out very sharp.
2. Red-eye - You will note a tendency for images to have a bit of red-eye in the subjects. That's not much of a problem if you have image editing software.

Suggestions:
1. Buy a bigger Memory Card - the one that the camera comes with is too small. At the very least, get a 128mb card, 256/512mb is my recommendation.
2. Buy an extra battery - this way when you are out, you can just swap batteries without having to worry about how much power you have left.
3. Buy a USB 2.0 memory card reader - If you take a good number of digital pics and your computer has a USB 2.0 port, then a reader is excellent for downloading pictures and transferring it to your computer. USB 2.0 is very quick and where a typical transfer may take approximately 5 minutes, with USB 2.0 the same transfer will take 45 seconds.
4. Get image editing software- This affords you the opportunity to brighten images, sharpen images, take the red-eye out, crop images. I use adobe photoshop, but any image editing software should do. It just gives you a greater sense of control over the output.

Conclusion:
You know that there will be a trade-off in some camera functions for its small size, and for me, I have no regrets about it. I simply can't get over how small the camera is. It excels in close to medium distance images in daylight. At 4 megapixels, the resolution of the pictures is very satisfying. This camera delivers as promised.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW
I just got my camra today! It's the cutest thing ever. It's smaller than the rest of the camra's on the market. The 4.0 mega pix is a plus too! WOW I love it. It's smaller than my cell phone. You should get it too!

5-0 out of 5 stars REALLY IMPRESSED!!!
From the moment I recieved this product I knew I had made a great desision in this purchase. The packageing was impressive and it came with everything which I think is a total plus, the case, battery, battery charger and the cords. I recently purchased a more expensive digital camera and had to put more money into the rechargable batteries and charger and the AV cord and the case, and the product packageing was no where near as good as this little camera. Also this camera has an awesome orange light ( don't know the Tech. term )that totally suprises whoever your taking a picture of and can take a picture in a competely dark room, my big camera cant do that. I take it everywhere it is so small, I love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Canon SD10 (simply the best)
The Canon SD10 has to be one of the best cameras out there for its price. I only have a few things that I don't like about this camera. One of the things is that some of the pictures show a little bit of red eye but when you go to print it out you just click red eye and it takes it out for you so that really isn't that big of a deal. Another thing has to be the digital zoom. When you take the picture it is fine but when you are looking at it on the LCD when you want to take the picture it shows blurry. But if you want to use the zoom... just take the picture and zoom in and print it on the computer. This camera takes excellent pictures and let me tell you is it ever TINY! It is seriously the size of a credit card but you don't want to drop it because you know it will break. I think that anybody who is looking for a camera get this one because it is great! You won't be disappointed... ... Read more


139. Canon PIXMA ip2000 Photo Printer
list price: $79.99
our price: $74.18
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Asin: B0002GU3K4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 827
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Amazon.com Product Description

The PIXMA ip2000 from Canon is a photo printer that allows you to create high-quality prints from the comfort of your own home, while carrying a very reasonable price tag. Convenient and easy-to-use, the ip2000 utilizes Canon's Full-Photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) technology and a 1,088-nozzle print head to produce fine, 2-picoliter ink droplets, resulting in photos with rich detail and subtle shading. Canon's color and pigment-based black inks produce rich, colorful prints, while borderless printing lets you create photos with a professional look and feel.

Color resolution is as high as 4,800 x 1,200 dpi, with black-and-white resolution up to 600 x 600 dpi. Print speeds are as high as 20 ppm in black, 14 ppm in color, while a borderless 4-by-6-inch photo takes about 50 seconds. Additionally, the same drive system responsible for the ip2000's improved print speed also results in a low 43 dB(A) noise level.

With its easy-to-use USB port, hooking up the printer to your computer is a snap, while a direct print port allows you to print directly from a PictBridge-compatible digital camera or DV camcorder, with or without the use of your computer. The software bundle includes Easy-PhotoPrint and PhotoRecord to help you maximize your print options. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating systems, the ip2000 comes backed with a one-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
PIXMA iP2000 Photo Printer, PIXMA iP2000 print head, BCI-24 black and BCI-24 color ink tanks, Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy 4x6 sample pack, power cord, documentation kit, setup software and user's guide on CD-ROM; printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 dpi color resolution
  • Up to 20 ppm black, 14 ppm color print speeds
  • Prints 4-by-6-inch color photo in about 50 seconds
  • Supports PictBridge-compatible digital cameras and DV camcorders
  • USB interface, direct print port; PC and Mac compatible

140. CANON Sure Shot 150u Premier Automatic Compact 35mm Film Camera Kit

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Asin: B000696OHS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 1826
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Features

  • Includes Camera, Deluxe Case, Film, Battery, 3-Year Canon Warranty, Instructions
  • 38-150mm, f/5.6-11 Canon zoom lens
  • Smart Autofocus measures the distance to a subject and let you take sharp, precisely focused images
  • Passive Autofocus, selects 3 points from 7 focusing points as lens is zoomed
  • Focusing Range -0.8m / 2.6 ft. to infinity (Wide-angle), 1.0m / 3.3 ft. to infinity (Telephoto), 0.6m / 2 ft. to infinity (Close-up)

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