I bought this camera about a week ago, do you offer a refund for the difference?
I gave this camera to my daughter for Christmas and she loves it . takes great pick. good color and very clear. we were happy with this and the camers bag i bought ....
The compact PowerShot A2300 digital camera proves that you really can have it all. Gorgeous images are possible for any level photographer thanks to Smart AUTO, a system that detects what's going on in the scene.
ITEM#: 14134867The compact PowerShot A2300 digital camera proves that you really can have it all. Gorgeous images are possible for any level photographer thanks to Smart AUTO, a system that detects what's going on in the scene.
- Display: 2.7-inch LCD
- Resolution: 16 megapixels
- Zoom: 5x optical, 4x digital
- Shutter speed: 1/2000 sec
- Memory: SD Memory Card (not included)
- Picture format: JPEG
- Video format: iFrame, H.264
- Interface: 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x composite
- Power: Canon NB-11L Li-ion rechargeable battery
- Color: Blue
- Model: PowerShot A2300
- Dimensions: 3.7 inches wide x 2.1 inches high x 0.8 inches deep
- Weight: 3.8 ounces
|Megapixel||13 Megapixels and Up|
|Optical Zoom||4x - 5.9x|
|Focusing Type||Manual/Automatic TTL Phase Detection|
|LCD Screen Size||2.7 to 2.9 in.|
|Max. Zoom||Up to 6x|
|Product Features||Face Detection Image Stabilization Made in USA|
|View Finder Type||LCD Screen|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
- Disclosures & Guidelines
- Filter By:
- Most Helpful
- Most Recent
I gave this camera to my daughter for Christmas and she loves it . takes great pick. good color and very clear. we were happy with this and the camers bag i bought .Read More
I bought two of these cameras for my teenage daughters' Christmas presents. They love them, and the camera has more features than the Sony one I purchased this summer for more money. The blue color is beautiful. Camera comes with a wrist strap. I wish it had a case too; we'll have to buy that separately. The camera is lightweight and compact - both girls carry them in their small-sized purses easily.Read More
Shipped quickly. Great product for my teenage daughter. Point and shoot! Great pictures, and easy to use. It's exactly what I wanted for herRead More
Product good just very disappointed with deliver of product. 3 days later than stated on website. Missed the purpose of buying from Overstock. Probably wont choose to purchase from again soon.Read More
This is a nice little camera for the price. It was a present for my daughter and is her first camera. It is easy for her to use and has enough features to make using it fun, but not so many that it is overwhelming for a first time user. One note-it does not come with an SD card, which I expected, so be sure to get one if you want to use it right away!Read More
It's a Cannon camera and lives up to their standards. Great for people like me who just want to capture a moment but don't want to fuss around making the composition perfect.Read More
I was looking for a new and smaller camera in a good price range. I am outdoors a lot and wanted to share my excitement with what I see. This is very easy to use, except it took me a while to figure out how the zoom feature worked, the manual wasn't very clear on this feature.Read More
I am very pleased with the product. It was delivered on time and is exactly how the seller describedRead More
The best for the money. Easy to use...sharp pictures. I love it!Read More
Questions & Answers
Product page shows the same price as the purchase price.
Does it come with a memory card?
No you will need to purchase the memory card separately.
Does the battery recharger come with the camera set??
The battery charger is included with the camera.
Basic Necessities for Casual Cameras
You can easily spend a lot on the most advanced DSLR camera and high-end photography equipment, but a simple point-and-shoot camera probably just requires a few basics that you can easily find good deals on. Once you've found the perfect digital camera, consider a few of these camera equipment necessities to round out your photography starter set.
35mm Cameras vs Digital Cameras
Photographers continue to debate which is better: digital cameras or 35mm cameras. Reliable 35mm camera technology has been around for a while, but digital offers exciting possibilities. There are definite differences in the way both types of cameras work. And depending on the end use of your images and the ease with which you can manipulate your photos, either digital cameras or 35mm cameras may be better for you. Consider your needs when it comes to cameras and photo, along with these comparison points, before deciding.
Canon Camera Highlights
When you think of digital cameras, Canon may be one of the first brand names that comes to mind. If you get into photography, you'll soon see that Canon cameras and photo accessories are some of the best in the industry. Here are some of the features that make them so popular.
How to Connect Your Digital Camera to Your Computer
Loading photos onto your computer from your digital camera is simple once you know the appropriate steps. The most common way to connect your camera is through a USB connection. Follow this tutorial and you will be able to connect any digital camera to any USB-enabled computer.
Digital Camera Buying Guide
Digital cameras have made it possible for anyone to produce stunning digital images, no matter what their skill level. This digital camera buying guide will introduce you to the world of digital photography and help you find a camera that will help you take great digital photos.
FAQs about Digital Camera Terminology
When you start getting serious about digital cameras, there is a lot of technical jargon to decipher. With terms like megapixel, compression, ISO and ASA, you may be looking for some help understanding how it all relates to your digital camera. Once you understand these terms and what they mean for your camera settings, you'll better understand how to use a digital camera to produce high-quality images. Here are some frequently asked questions about digital camera terminology.
Tips on Buying a Digital Camera
So, you're ready to step into high-definition digital photography with a new digital camera. With the right model, you can take stunning digital photos to share with friends and family, without the hassle of developing the pictures. To help you make the best choice, here are some important criteria that can help you know what to look for in a digital camera.
How to Use a Digital SLR Camera
You may be using your digital SLR camera in full-auto mode, and that will produce some great shots for you. But the automatic features on your digital SLR are still not as accurate as you can be when you know how to manipulate the settings yourself. So, when you're ready to take off the training wheels, here are some tips on adjusting your digital camera settings for stunning, professional-looking shots.
Digital Camera Glossary
Digital photography makes it easy for anyone to produce great digital photos to share with friends or to use on their personal Webpage. Understanding a little of the terminology surrounding digital cameras will help you better understand how your camera works and how to take advantage of more features.
Perfecting Your Shot with Digital Cameras
With a decent digital camera, you can start honing your craft as a photographer. Digital photography is more an art than a science. And while experience is the best teacher, there are a few photography tricks you can learn right away that will help you take even better photos with your digital camera.
Best Gear to Go with Your Digital Camera
There's more to digital photography than just point-and-shoot. The right gear can help you take full advantage of your digital camera and create the best shots you've ever taken. Here are a few items you might want to add to your digital photography toolbox.
Avoiding Motion Blur with Your Digital Camera
Motion blur is one of those annoying visual effects that can creep into your digital photos when your camera moves or when you shoot moving subjects. In digital cameras, blur is caused because the camera sensor isn't picking up light fast enough to compensate for the movement. To keep motion blur out of your own photos, try a few of these tips with your digital camera.
How to Choose Digital Camera Replacement Batteries
Digital cameras have quickly replaced film cameras as the device of choice to preserve memorable moments and stunning images. With memory cards replacing film, there's no need to carry and store multiple film canisters. You can frame and review your digital photos using an LCD view screen, which means no more waiting to see how your shots turn out. All these features use a lot of power, though. So, with digital cameras comes the question of what type of replacement camera battery to buy. If you need battery power that lasts or you want a back-up battery just in case, you need to know how to find the right battery for your digital camera. Follow the steps to select the best replacement battery for you.
How to Pick a Filter to Use With Your Digital Camera
Having the right lens filters on your camera can enhance your photographs in interesting ways before they ever touch a computer. You'll find many types of photo filters, designed to reduce glare, soften colors or just protect your camera lens. This article will help you decide which type of lens filters will produce the effect you're looking for.
Top 5 Digital Camera Accessories
Digital cameras have changed the face of modern photography. If you have switched your photography over to digital, you may be looking for some photo accessories to take your photos to the next level. Many products are available to make taking pictures with your digital camera easier and more professional. Whether you're looking for lenses, filters or other digital camera accessories, you're sure to find some ideas with these top five digital camera accessories.
Photography Buying Guide
Digital photography has enhanced high-quality shooting ability available to hobbyist photographers and casual users. Digital cameras now match film cameras on photo quality, allowing you to do much more with your photos. If you're just getting into digital photography, this photography buying guide will help you sort out your camera and equipment options, as well as help you decide how to buy the cameras and photo accessories that match your shooting style.
Features to Look for in an HD Camcorder
As you make the upgrade to an HDTV, it won't be long before your camcorder follows suit. Take advantage of your TV's higher resolution with camcorders capable of shooting in HD. You may want to shop carefully, however, because the digital camera industry is moving quickly through the HD transition and features vary dramatically between each type of HD camcorder. Look for a digital camcorder with several of these features for a camera that shoots quality high-definition video.
Tips on Choosing Video Software
Cinematography can be a fun, creative hobby or a stimulating career. Digital video cameras make it easy to shoot your own video and share it with anyone, but before you post your movies to the Web or burn them to disc for friends, use arts and imaging software to edit and enhance your creations. There is a lot of software for video editing that appeals to users of different skill levels and budgets. Here are a few tips for choosing the video software that will work well for you.
Tips on Buying a Digital Camcorder
Digital camcorders have made the process of recording your memories easier. The real challenge in choosing what to look for in a digital camcorder is that so many options exist. Image quality, usability and other features can all be factors that influence which digital camcorder you decide to purchase. Here are some tips to help you know what to watch for when comparing digital video cameras.
Cheap Camera Tricks for Better Photos
Professional photographers use a lot of gadgets and photo accessories to achieve special visual effects or just avoid common problems with their photos. You don't always need to spend a lot of money to achieve professional results with your digital camera, however. Here are some do-it-yourself camera tricks that will improve your photos without costing you a lot of money.
Shipping & Returns
Standard Return Policy for Electronics:
The items must arrive at our warehouse within 30 days of purchase. You must return items in their original condition to qualify for a full refund. We will issue a partial refund of up to 70 percent if returned items have been opened, used, or returned late. More Details
Our standard shipping method is ground shipping. We also offer expedited shipping for most items. Your final
shipping cost and estimated delivery timeframe will be available at checkout.
Standard shipping details
Expedited shipping details
* For your protection, all orders are screened for security purposes. If your order is selected for review, our Loss Prevention Team may contact you by phone or email. There may be a two business day delay to process your order.
** Most Oversize orders are delivered within 1-4 weeks. Some orders may take 6 weeks to be delivered.