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Canon PowerShot ELPH 330

What makes the Canon Powershot Elph 330 so special?

Canon Powershot ELPH 330 Digital Camera

1. As like the Canon Powershot SX510HS, Elph330 comes with inbuilt Wi-Fi which allows you to send images to your Facebook or other social networking account as soon as you take them. You can also upload them to your PC or your smart devices using the free Canon Camera Window app.

2. It has a 10x optical zoom and an optical image stabilizers which means that every image you take is delivered with great clarity. You can adjust the zoom from a 24mm wide angle all the way to 240mm with perfect image clarity.

3. You don’t have to worry about taking images in bad light. The Canon Powershot Elph 330 comes with a 12.1 MP High Sensitivity CMOS sensor which allows you to take clear pictures even in low light.

4. It has a dedicated button for video and all video is captured with stereo sound which makes for better quality viewing. You can play all videos back on a HDTV or HDMI output. In movie mode, you can zoom just as well as you can when the camera is in image mode.

5. You can shoot 6.2 frames per second thanks to the Smart Auto and Intelligence feature. No matter how many frames per second you take, they are all very clear and you can combine several still images to make short videos.

6. It has superb processing speed because of the DIGIC 5 image processor. At maximum speed, the images are completely clear and it can automatically adjust features like lens correction and more.

7. The Canon Powershot Elph 330 automatically chooses between 6 different modes because of the Intelligence IS feature. The camera can adjust to night-time shooting, fisheye effect, toy camera effect and more.

8. You don’t have to worry about battery life with the Canon Powershot Elph 330; the battery lasts quite a long time thanks to new ECO mode technology.

What are users saying?

Many like the fact that it is small enough to fit snugly into a pocket. For many, this is the perfect camera for the amateur.

What is there not to like about the Canon Powershot Elph 330?

It appears that Canon forgot to put a feature that allows users to see the LCD in bright sunlight; this is a feature that is available in most digital devices today. That said, you will see the image but it takes time for the eye to focus.

Other than that, the Canon Powershot Elph 330 seems to be a great camera for the kind of money you pay for it – for a mere $120, you are getting great value for money.

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