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Canon Digital IXUS 100 IS Digital Camera - Silver (12.1 MP, 3.0x Optical Zoom) 2.5 inch LCD

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  • 12.1 Megapixels, 3.0x optical zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer and 2.5” PureColor LCD II
  • Smart Auto Mode with Scene Detection Technology for Effortlessly Great Shots
  • DIGIC 4 for Responsive Operation, High Image Quality and Improved Noise Reduction
  • Combats blur with ISO Auto, Motion Detection Technology and IS
  • Perfect Portraits with Face Detection Technology, Face Self-Timer, Auto Red-Eye Correction and Blink Detection

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.7 x 1.8 cm ; 113 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 998 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: 3592B021AA
  • ASIN: B001T9NH3S
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jun 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,836 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Canon IXUS 100 IS

Intelligent Digital IXUS, slim style.
The elegant Digital IXUS 100 IS delivers exceptional style in an ultra slim metallic form. Featuring a 3.0x optical zoom with optical image stabilisation for blur free images, it incorporates a host of intelligent Canon technologies including Smart Auto Mode, so you can simply and easily create stunning pictures across a wide range of shooting conditions. What's more you can quickly and easily capture superb HD movie clips.

Exceptionally slender
With its ultra-slim metallic form, the Digital IXUS 100 IS takes digital camera design to new heights of elegance. Its combination of supremely slender profile and high performance is achieved by a combination of Canon technologies, including two special glass-molded UA lenses.

Use scene modes to get the best shots for sunset, low-light and night time shooting

Advance Scene Detection Technology gets the
best from difficult shootng conditions.
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Intelligent by design for the perfect image
Setting the Digital IXUS 100 IS to Smart Auto mode allows the camera to intelligently select the appropriate settings so you can concentrate on your subject. Advanced Scene Detection Technology automatically analyses shooting conditions then selects the perfect settings from 18 specially defined scenes So whether you're photographing flowers, a captivating sunset or friends in the park you can be confident you're getting the perfect image.

Connect to your HD television using the HDMI cable for instant HD playback

Connect to your HD television using the
HDMI cable for instant HD playback.
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HD movies
You can create smooth, high quality, movies in High Definition, which you can view and share with friends on the camera's bright 2.5 inch� PureColor LCD II screen. Or you can connect, using an optional mini HDMI cable, for playback on HD TV with no loss of quality. Either way you and your friends will be amazed by the results.

Flawless Detection Technology
Evolved Face Detection and Motion Detection technology finds and tracks moving subjects until you're ready to shoot, adjusting the camera settings for optimal results. Faces will have natural-looking skin tones and and additional Blink Detection lets you avoid the disappointment of mis-timed people shots by displaying an alert if a person in the frame has their eyes closed. A Face Detection Self-Timer also makes group photos and self-portraits easy. Once the shot has been set up, the camera records the number of faces detected in the frame when the shutter is depressed and the self timer started - it then waits for an extra face to get in the frame and adjusts focus and exposure before it takes the picture. Auto Red-Eye detection completes the detection technology collection to ensure flawless photos every time.

A world of advantages with Canon technology

The Optical Image Stabiliser automatically detects and corrects camera shake.

The Optical Image Stabiliser automatically
detects and corrects camera shake.
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Rich razor-sharp images - every time
The lens is the most important part of any imaging device and all Canon cameras incorporate lenses designed and manufactured by Canon - lenses based on over 60 years of experience for outstanding results. Canon's market-leading Optical Image Stabiliser is a lens-shift system that automatically detects and corrects camera shake, whilst ensuring outstanding image quality. It allows handheld shooting at longer focal lengths and in lower light conditions without blur, giving you steady, crisp, brilliant images you'll be proud to shoot and share. Developed initially for Canon's EOS Digital SLR cameras it is the fastest in-lens image stabiliser available on the market and ensures the stylish Digital IXUS range has a top quality pedigree.

The 3x optical zoom lets you get up close and personal, whether you are shooting landscapes or a child's smile the straight optical paths deliver razor-sharp precision with lifelike colour every time.

Meanwhile a resolution of 12.1 Megapixels allows you to capture every scene in rich detail, ensuring oversize prints - even of cropped pictures - retain high image quality.

Canon's Intelligent Contrast Correction automatically adjusts for the best image

Canon's Intelligent Contrast Correction
automatically adjusts for the best image.
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Fast, intelligent processing even in tricky lighting conditions
Canon’s most advanced image processor, DIGIC 4, lies at the heart of every Canon digital camera and delivers exceptional processing speeds. It also makes possible the camera's intelligent evolved Face and Object Detection technologies and Canon's i-Contrast feature. This offers improved contrast and greater detail in tricky lighting conditions. Available in either shooting or playback mode, i-Contrast analyses a scene, then boosts brightness in dark areas without blowing out light areas, while the noise reduction function of DIGIC 4 ensures minimal noise in the adjusted areas. This helps uncover previously hidden detail in the shadow areas of an image.

Customise and correct colour as you shoot
My Colors Mode lets you customise colour reproduction before shooting and correct individual colours on the LCD screen as you're shooting. My Colors offer you many options, such as 'Positive Film' which makes all the reds, greens and blues really vivid; Lighter and Darker Skin tones; 'Colour Accent' that allows you to retain a single colour in your image whilst the other colours turn monochrome and even a 'Colour Swap' where you can select one colour and replace it with another colour you specify for special effects. Since they work with both still images and movies, these modes let you enjoy producing various image or movie effects.


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74 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Julian S. Thompson on 20 Jun 2009
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First of all, this camera is VERY small - it's an ultra compact compact - and you really can take it anywhere at no inconvenience and when you unpack it from the box you'll probably think 'this is even smaller than I thought' I think this is because the corners are so smoothly rounded it feels tiny!

Secondly, it has an excellent auto mode and a good face recognition AF system. The menu's are nicely laid out and it's intuitive. The auto white balance is generally very good, and it takes great snapshots. I particularly like the way that with one button press in auto mode you can bring up exposure compensation and that the EV scale then stays there until you put it away again - this is superb especially when shooting into the light (a notorious way to confuse the metering with any camera!)

Please don't be fooled by the 'megapixel' wars though - all these latest compacts have a tiny sensor and the result is that although the photo's are physically 'large' in terms of their overall size they are not comparable to a professional or SLR camera in terms of detail and file quality. (This is not a Canon-only issue, of course - you can't get full frame performance in something so small you lose it in your pocket!)

The lens is OK, although it's a shame it does not have an F2.8 setting (having said that the low light performance with no flash is still quite good, because the higher ISO performance is good -at ISO400 and 800 you get good compensation for the lens' lack of a really wide aperture!
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Anthony N. Jones on 1 Jun 2009
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This is really compact and it 'does do what it says on the tin' Have found it really easy to use and it takes great pictures on auto mode,this is the easy to use mode, just point and shoot. I print many of the pictures taken and the quality of the pictures this camera produces is second to none. It has too many functions to mention here but I have tried many of them with great success. The camera is light and slim great for taking about with you either on holiday or just a day out, fits more than comfortably into a pocket, so no bulk to carry. Highly reccomended.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Barry Ross on 30 May 2009
I needed a small, well built and easy to use compact for myself and other family members to use when our dSLR is not appropriate or convenient.

First impressions of a well designed and easy to use compact are sustained with continued use. By necessity the controls are small but are not difficult to use even with my largish hands and fingers.

The LCD review screen is bright and clear and there is a small but usable viewfinder when required. A nice to have feature not found on many compacts.

Changing from auto to program to movie mode couldn't be more obvious with a simple three position slide. Review of pictures or movie playback is also easy with clearly indicated control buttons and the four direction controller gives quick access to useful functions such as disabling the flash, deleting unwanted photos, setting the timer and so on. Menus are also clear and easy to navigate.

Picture quality is quite good but not as I have come to expect from my dSLR (a Nikon D60), however the movie quality is superb. I recommend getting a large capacity memory card as you are going to need it with this sort of quality.

Flash isn't bad but of course is straight on with compacts but it can be turned off very easily which is handy as even when shooting indoors with normal room lighting the photos look more natural without the flash. The image stabilisation looks to be of some use here and not just a gimmick.

Negatives are very few. There is no memory card or HDMI mini connector cable provided, both of which have to be purchased separately. Nor is there a case but these are quite minor quibbles. We will use the leather case from an earlier film IXUS. In those days they came with the camera!
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101 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Jane Brooke on 26 May 2009
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Canon Digital IXUS 100 IS Digital Camera - Silver (12.1 MP, 3.0x Optical Zoom) 2.5" LCD

This is a superb camera for a non-professional user like myself who is seeking to produce top quality pictures. It is extremely small and light, sliding into the pocket when a larger camera would be an encumbrance. The quality of video recording is amazingly good, giving crisp, clear, full screen footage and sound when transferred to a PC. The software is easy to install and use and is very intuitive so there is little need to consult the manual if you have used a digital camera before.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Lookylukey on 12 Nov 2009
I am not a camera buff but I take a lot of photos, I wanted something to replace my absolutly brilliant SONY DSC120 which after 6 years of faithful service died from moisture getting into it. The sony was the only camera I have ever had and therefore the only thing I can compare the Canon to.

The Canon is really compact, it seems pretty sturdy (I am not shy about keeping my cameras in a "sock" type carry bag to minimise bulk, it has been up a few mountains, taken out in the rain and dropped several times and is still working.

Battery life is fantastic, it doesnt even seem to lose any juice when it has been dormant for a month or so. I took it on a week long trip to Scotland and it lasted the whole week and more.

I got the black one and it looks exceedingly slick and stylish.

Video quality is awesome.

I didnt realise that the lense was so small compared to my old 35ml and if you are used to a 35 ml then it is worth checking out the difference before dropping down a size. I was a little dissapointed when I took my first scenery shots as it is difficult to get everything in (this is not a critisism of the camera, I should have checked this out first).

Low light operation - I guess this is due to the relativly small aperture size but, when the light is low the camera struggles to get a good shot. This could be down to my inexpert operation, however I have tried lots of different settings to no avail. If it is cloudy and bright then the camera is pretty lame. I spent ages trying to get a shot of a castle next to a lake at around 13.00 on a cloudy, bright, day and they all came out so dark it looked like it was early evening. Changing the ISO didnt make much difference.
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