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Canon IXUS 130 Digital Camera - Black (14.1 MP, 4x Optical Zoom) 2.7 Inch PureColor LCD (discontinued by manufacturer)

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  • Ultra-slim metal IXUS with sleek design in four colour options
  • 14.1 Megapixels
  • Genuine Canon 28mm wide-angle 4.0x zoom lens with optical Image Stabilizer
  • 6.9 cm (2.7 Inch) PureColor II G LCD with enhanced strength and visibility
  • Easy to use with Smart Auto, Face Detection and on-screen Hints & Tips

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Colour Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 9.2 x 5.6 cm ; 132 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 998 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: 4185B015AA
  • ASIN: B00375N4J4
  • Date first available at 8 Feb 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,130 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

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Box Contains

  • Digital Camera IXUS 130
  • Wrist Strap WS-DC7
  • Battery Pack NB-4L (with Terminal Cap)
  • Battery Charger CB-2LVE
  • AC Cable
  • AV Cable AVC-DC400
  • Interface Cable IFC-400PCU (for USB)
  • User Manual Kit
  • Product Description

    The ultra-thin, elegant 14.1 Megapixel IXUS 130 is the slimmest wide angle IXUS ever, with no compromise on style or performance. It incorporates all the features you need to take stunning shots and effortlessly create HD movies clips.(P)Combining high image quality with ease of use it has a versatile 28mm wide-angle lens with 4 x optical zoom and optical image stabilisation for blur free images as well as a host of new and improved intelligent Canon technologies.

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    257 of 258 people found the following review helpful By Ronald on 22 July 2010
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    As with all the other positive reviews I don't have anything extra to add EXCEPT CHOOSING THE CORRECT SDHC CARD for this and any other quality camera using HD video recording. If you wish to make video recordings of a longer duration than 25/35 seconds, make sure you choose an SD card that is at least a MINIMUM CLASS 4. I recently bought this camera, a case and an 8 gb SD card as advertised by Amazon which stated that most people purchased it 'when buying this camera' (which happened to be a CLASS 2). When my recordings were being cut short to less than half a minute, I scoured the internet to see if anybody else had this problem-and yes they had-but no answers as to why. After scrolling through various Canon literature, I found in the small print it says quite nonchalantly "don't use an SD card of a lower value than Class 4 or your recording could stop at any given time.." - this quote isn't verbatim but is the general crux. I am not forwarding any blame on Amazon or Canon but I think that there should be a recommendation of a minimum value SD card and what would happen if you ignored the advice.
    Of course, should you wish to make 'mini recordings' of just a few seconds then the standard Class 2 is for you. Needless to say, there is a jump in price for the higher Class 4. I hope this review is of help to anyone about to choose this or maybe any other quality camera that has the fabulous HD feature.
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    136 of 139 people found the following review helpful By Terry Conway on 21 Mar 2010
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    I decided to upgrade from my Canon Ixus 50,which was an absolute revelation when it came out, to the Ixus 130. The 50 is still perfect and my brother is delighted with it, his first digicam. The 130 is a design masterpiece - so small, I could not see it in the box at first, but surprisingly although thinner it is slightly longer and taller. Lightweight but solidly constructed & easily fits in your pocket. Fundamentally, the controls are very similar, but more intuitive, so you do not need to digest volumes of complicated instructions. If you want a point and shoot, you cannot go wrong with this. It also has plenty of functionality, a wide angle lens for group and vista shots as well as a telephoto & the vids are amazing. If you are a real camera head, you will want to keep your SLR, but a pound to a penny, you cannot resist a compact for portability and versatility. This is simple to use and also has many advanced features, which help you take the perfect shot. If you want to get a lot more techie, you can use the program mode. I am going to have fun with this and you will too. I will update my review in a few months after I have given it a complete road test.

    This camera will re-awaken your interest in photography. I used it on two holidays & the difference in quality between the earlier Ixus 50 & this is simply staggering. I would not have thought it possible. Point & shoot is superb, but it is easy to switch to programs specifically for sunny beach shots, sun-sets etc & zoom in on detail other cameras can not get to. Amazing, I am so pleased.
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    20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. Anderson on 13 Aug 2010
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    This is a great little camera with the emphasis on little! One of the neatest packages imaginable, it has the lot including 1030 video! If it has a fault, it's that it is not quite quick enough to respond for, say wildlife. There is a definite lag after you press the shutter release whilst it focusses and works out exposure. I tried to photograph some dolphins jumping and all I've got is tails in the water!
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Karen Thurman on 29 Aug 2010
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    I bought this to take away on a cycling holiday since my Nikon DSLR is too big and heavy for that kind of travel.

    Look-n-feel and user interface:
    I absolutely love this little camera!! The body is small and really elegant and weighs so little that the case I bought for it is heavier. The buttons are well placed and easy to reach. I didn't have any problems using them but I do have small hands. The user interface is very intuitive with all the functions available from the wheel on the back. I've printed the manual but that's really more to find out if I've missed any little tricks.

    This camera offers an amazing amount of control bearing in mind its size. A good ISO range although it obviously gets grainy at the top end. Exposure compensation. White balance controls. Choice of focussing options. Single or continuous shooting. Colour settings allowing you to choose anything from black and white or sepia to vivid, normal and many more. The programme options provide a wide range from indoors to people to low light. There are a couple of funkier options including triggering the camera when someone smiles but I haven't used those. Excellent zoom range. Great view-finder on the back - wondered if it wasn't going to be a little small, but it wasn't.

    The camera turns on very quickly and is ready to go in a second. There are multiple programmes covering all kinds of scenarios; over the space of 3 days I tried out (i) indoor low lighting at a circus (ii) in bright light at the seaside on a sunny day (iii) in the rain (iv) in situations of light and dark areas in the frame. In all situations I was amazed at how well the camera coped, especially at the circus where we weren't allowed to use flash so only had ambient lighting available.
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