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Canon PowerShot A1300 16MP Silver Digital Camera
This Canon PowerShot's Smart AUTO intelligently selects the proper camera settings based on 32 predefined shooting situations for capturing spectacular images with ease. Shoot brilliant 720p HD video with a dedicated movie button.
ITEM#: 14122891This Canon PowerShot's Smart AUTO intelligently selects the proper camera settings based on 32 predefined shooting situations for capturing spectacular images with ease. Shoot brilliant 720p HD video with a dedicated movie button.
- Display: 2.7 in LCD display
- Resolution: 16 megapixels
- Zoom: 5x optical, 4x digital
- Shutter speed: 1/2000 seconds
- Memory: SD Memory Card (not included)
- Picture format: JPEG
- Video format: H.264, MOV, iFrame
- Interface: 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x composite
- Power: 2 x 'AA' battery
- Color: Silver
- Model: PowerShot A1300
- Dimensions: 3.7 inches wide x 2.4 inches high x 1.2 inches deep
- Weight: 4.4 ounces
|Megapixel||13 Megapixels and Up|
|Optical Zoom||4x - 5.9x|
|Focusing Type||Manual/Automatic TTL Contrast Detection TTL Phase Detection|
|ISO Sensitivity||Auto ISO|
|LCD Screen Size||2.7 to 2.9 in.|
|Max. Zoom||Up to 6x|
|Product Features||Face Detection|
|View Finder Type||Direct Optical LCD Screen|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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My only concern about this camera is that you can't charge it up, Batteries, batteries and more batteries. I wish you could buy a charging station for it. My 84 year old mother is having a ball with it, taking pictures of everything and we post on facebook for the family in other parts of the country seeing what she is up to. Good investment for her.Read More
This camera takes very good shots. It is small and will fit easily in pocket or purse. It is certainly worth the price and will be a good choice for a camera with email in mind.Read More
This is the camera I've wanted small, light weight, VEIW FINDER!!!! The best.Read More
I love this camera. My husband and I bought it because we were going to have a baby soon and wanted to have a new camera to capture all those special moments. The picture quality is very good. It is easy to use and navigate. My only complaint about this camera is the flash takes a couple seconds to "recharge" which makes it tough to take one picture after another. There is a need for a slight delay when taking multiple pictures because of the flash needing to recharge. Otherwise has been a great camera.Read More
Not the best camera I've ever purchased. Trouble with the focus on closeup shots. Not good at all with the detail on these close ups.Read More
I had a previous model of this Canon that I lost, so was looking for a replacement. This one is updated, with higher pixels,etc. We love this camera for 2 specific things: thru-the-lens view finder (for shooting outside in sunny conditions) and it takes AA batteries, so we don't have to worry about recharging the batteries. You can buy AA batteries in every country we've been in, so don't worry about carrying a charger.Read More
Our old camera finally died, so we had to buy a new one and boy, did we buy the right one! The Canon PowerShot A1300 16MP Silver Digital Camera is an easy to use point-and-click camera. We upgraded the memory card - thankfully, as we took literally hundred of pictures on our recent vacation at the VA/MD Eastern Shore. Thecamera case could be a little bigger to hold extra batteries, but it does fit the camera itself just fine. For the price, you won't find a better deal or product than the Canon PowerShot Camera.Read More
this was a gift - the recipient loved it. It is perfect for her - she is a beginner (she has been a beginner for over 10 years!) and found the camera very easy to use.Read More
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Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately, this item is presently out of stock. We currently do not have inventory to check the information you request and cannot guarantee the item will be restocked. Please feel free to check back with us periodically to see if the item has returned and contact us again with any further questions.
Looking at the previous question (7/25/12), you stated that you could not guarantee that this item would be restocked. Is this camera available?
This camera is currently out of stock.
Does this camera come with the usb cable to upload photos to a computer?
This camera does include a USB cable.
Does this camera use Optical Image Stabilization or Digital Image Stabilization? Thanks.
This camera utilizes Digital Image Stabilization.
Does the camera. Come with a memory card?
We''re sorry, but the memory card is not included.
Is there a viewfinde rthat is separate from the screen on this camera?
Yes, it does have an optical view finder as well.
I want to view an AVI video file from another camera on it. Will this work?
No. Video files made by this camera format in an .MOV file extension and it will not play back other file-types.
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