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Canon PowerShot ELPH 500 HS


$299.99 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact design is easy to slip into a pocket or purse. Use is extremely easy, no instructions required. Photos end up big and sharp, look great.

The Cons:Takes a long time for an image to save properly, can't take multiple photos quickly. Zoom doesn't have much of a range. Flash isn't effective outdoors, doesn't work in all contexts.

The Canon PowerShot ELPH 500 HS is a touch-enabled compact digital camera announced in February 2010. Like its peers, the ELPH 100 HS and ELPH 300 HS, the ELPH 500 HS camera offers 12.1 still image capture and 1080p HD video shooting.

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Product Shot 2 Unlike them, however, the Canon ELPH 500 hosts a touchscreen panel for focusing and navigating the menu with the swipe of a finger. Also included is a 24mm wide-angle, 4.4x optical zoom lens. The biggest upgrade on the ELPH 500 is the Smart AUTO system, a new Canon technology that can automatically adjust all photo/video settings based on what scene is chosen (32 available).

Features

  • 12.1MP CMOS Sensor
  • Ultra-Thin Frame
  • 24mm Wide-Angle Lens
  • 4.4X Optical Zoom
  • 4X Digital Zoom
  • 3.2" Touchscreen Display
  • TTL Autofocus
  • White Balance Control
  • Built-In Flash
  • HD JPEG Images
  • 1080p MOV Videos
  • High Speed Shooting
  • Slow Motion Recording
  • 3200 ISO
  • Battery Pack
  • Stereo Audio Out
  • Monaural Video Out
  • Hi-Speed USB
  • Mini-HDMI
  • SD/SDHC/SDHX Expansion

Color Variations

  • Canon PowerShot ELPH 500 HS PK | Pink
  • Canon PowerShot ELPH 500 HS SL | Silver
  • Canon PowerShot ELPH 500 HS BR | Brown

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    compact design is easy to slip into a pocket or purse

  • 1

    use is extremely easy, no instructions required

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    photos end up big and sharp, look great

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    LCD is large and clear, easy to frame the subject

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    body color is clean and high-end

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    takes a long time for an image to save properly, can't take multiple photos quickly

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    zoom doesn't have much of a range

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    flash isn't effective outdoors, doesn't work in all contexts

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