Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Simple to use, pretty much the essential point-and-shoot. Lens glass quality is good for this price range, little distortion or colour fringing comparatively. Fast start-up time, takes about 1 second from off to shutter action.
The Cons:Auto mode occasionally overexposes. Manually adjustable settings (such as contrast, lighting, flash adjustment) take several menu clicks and time to access.
The Canon Powershot SD1300 IS is an entry level 12.1 megapixel compact digital camera. The SD1300 IS is equipped with a 28mm wide-angle lens, a 4X optical zoom and a 2.7 inch Pure Color System LCD display.
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The SD1300 IS features a number of settings to improve or enhance the quality of photos directly from the device. Users have the ability to add effects to photos with the addition of Fish-eye and Miniature effect modes. Advancements to Canon's unique Smart Auto Mode increases the number of shooting scenarios where the camera can automatically adjust for movement and lighting. The SD1300 IS supports SDXC memory cards with a maximum storage of two terabytes.
- 4X optical zoom
- 12.1 megapixels
- 28mm wide angle lens
- 2.7-inch LCD display screen
- Fish-eye and Miniature effect modes
- Smart Auto Mode
- Type of camera: Compact digital-still camera with built in flash
- 12.1 megapixels
- 1/2 3 inch type charge coupled device
- 12.7 total pixels
- 12.1 effect pixels
- Focal length: 5.0(W) - 20(T) mm
- 4X digital zoom
- Focus range 1.2" - infinity (W), 1.6 ft - infinity (T)
- Auto focus system: TTL autofocus system, manual focus
- LCD monitor: 2.7-inch
- LCD pixels: Approx 230,000
- Maximum aperture: F/2.8(W) - F/5.9 (T)
- Shutter speed 1- 1/ 1500sec 15- 1/ 1500 sec
- Flash range: 12in- 13ft(W) 1.6- 6.6F (T)
- Recycling time: 10 sec or less
- Flash exposure: +/-2 stops in 1/3 stop increments
User Reviews (2)
Simple to use, pretty much the essential point-and-shoot
Lens glass quality is good for this price range, little distortion or colour fringing comparatively
Fast start-up time, takes about 1 second from off to shutter action.
Long battery life, typically between 300 and 400 shots including flash use
Autofocus works quickly for a point-and-shoot
Good low-light shots, rarely any noise
Auto mode occasionally overexposes
Manually adjustable settings (such as contrast, lighting, flash adjustment) take several menu clicks and time to access
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