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Canon PowerShot ELPH 330 12.1MP Digital Camera with 10x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3-Inch LCD (Black)

Canon PowerShot ELPH 330 12.1MP Digital Camera with 10x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3-Inch LCD (Black)Description

The Canon PowerShot ELPH 330 HS 12.1MP Digital Camera boasts enhanced built-in Wi-Fi that enables you to comment on photos and share them to social networking sites quickly and easily – even within specific groups. The powerful new 10x Optical Zoom with 24mm Wide-Angle lens gets you up close and out wide to capture the world in a whole new way, while the Canon HS SYSTEM – the combination of a


Features

  • Built-in Wi-Fi technology allows you to wirelessly transfer your images to social networking sites through CANON iMAGE GATEWAY
  • Upload virtually anywhere on your iOS or Android device with free download of the Canon Camera Window app
  • Capture beautiful 1080p full HD video in stereo sound with a dedicated movie button, zoom while shooting and play back videos on an HDTV via the HDMI output
  • 12.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, DIGIC 5 processor, 10x optical image stabilized zoom and 24mm wide-angle lens
  • ECO Mode reduces power consumption so you can shoot longer on a single charge; The Battery charger is included in the box.

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Canon.

Brand: Canon
UPC: 013803213768
List Price: $179.00.
Used Price: $169.00 Only 3 left
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3 Responses to “Canon PowerShot ELPH 330 12.1MP Digital Camera with 10x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3-Inch LCD (Black)”

  1. Richard L. Steiner says:

    I have just finished taking my new Canon PowerShot ELPH 330 HS camera through a lengthy shakedown cruise. I have learned a number of things about it and will share my findings as clearly as I can.

    You should know that I have far more digital cameras than one person should own. My experience with them over the years has given me some degree of confidence in what I say about the Canon ELPH 330HS. This is my second Canon camera. I also own a Canon PowerShot SX230 HS which is similar in several ways.

    I am an avid amateur travel photographer and my remarks are influenced by using my cameras extensively for that purpose.

    I hope the following observations will help you make a decision about the Canon PowerShot ELPH 330 HS.

    Pros:

    * The camera is quite small and a true pocket dweller.
    * Mine is silver in color and it looks great.
    * It takes excellent pictures with the AUTO setting, but there are many options for those who…

  2. Darren says:

    I want to use my DSLR whenever possible, but it is often not practical to take with me as a “walkabout” camera due to its size and the need to carry additional often bulky equipment. A point-and-click camera is something I still use often and can carry with me at any time with barely a second thought.

    I’d previously owned several Canon point-and-click models – most recently a Powershot A2000 that I’ve taken almost 10,000 photos with so far and is still going strong. It is getting a little long in the tooth now though, with just a CCD sensor rather than a CMOS, and fairly limited operation and speed due to the old Digic 3 processor, (rather than the Digic 5 in this ELPH 330 model.) The Digic 5 processor is noticeably quicker than my old Digic 3 based camera – and of course it has to do a lot more as well both due to shooting in much higher resolutions, but also because the camera has a lot more automated features. The fact that this camera had the Digic 5 processor was a big…

  3. Peter Parker "webizen" says:

    I bought the ELPH 330 to replace a that was ‘appropriated’ by a family member. I quite liked the 310, and the other ELPH models that we’ve owned previously (SD100, SD200, SD400). To give this review some context, I also have a Canon PowerShot S5, a GoPro Hero, and various film cameras dating back to an Olympus OM-1 and a Rollei 35. While Canons may not always be the ‘best’ cameras on the market, I’ve become used to the Canon menu system, and my collection of accessories are compatible with my previous ELPHs. So I assumed the ELPH 330 would be a satisfying addition to my photographic arsenal.

    Alas, I was sadly disappointed. What’s wrong with it? In a word, the user interface. It has regressed significantly compared to the 310. The biggest shortcoming is the all-important ‘5-way’ controller…

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