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Canon Digital IXUS 750 Silver Digital Camera [7MP, 3 x Optical Zoom]
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- Autofocus: Yes
- Battery Model: Camera Specific Powerpacks
- Bluetooth: No
- Built-in Flash: Yes
- CD-R / CD-RW: No
- Camera Resolution Heigth in Pixel: 2304
- Camera Resolution Width in Pixel: 3072
- Changeable Lens: No
- Chip Type: CCD
- Compact Flash Card: No
- Depth in mm: 27.4
- Digital Zoom (Ratio): 4
- Effective Pixel (in Megapixel): 7.1
- Height (mm): 57
- Highest Focal Length in mm: 111
- Image Stabiliser: No
- LCD Monitor Resolution in Pixel: 115000
- LCD Monitor Size in Inch: 2.5
- Longest Shutter Speed: 15s
- Longest Shutter Speed in s: 15s
- Lowest Focal Length in mm: 37
- MP3 Playback: No
- Maximum Aperture Tele: 4.9
- Maximum Aperture Wide: 2.8
- Maximum Pixel (in Megapixel): 7.4
- Memory Stick / Memory Stick Pro: No
- Memory Stick Duo / Duo Pro: No
- Memory Type: External
- Micro Drive: No
- Mini Secure Digital Card: No
- Movie / Voice Recording: Movie + Voice
- Multimedia Card: Yes
- Optical Zoom (Ratio): 3
- PC Card: No
- Photo Resolution Height in Pixel: 2304
- Photo Resolution Heigth in Pixel: 2304
- Photo Resolution Width in Pixel: 3072
- PictBridge: Yes
- RAW Format: No
- Range Finder Type: Optical / Electronic Viewfinder + LCD
- Reduced Size Multimedia Card: No
- Resolution Heigth in Pixel: 2304
- Resolution Width in Pixel: 3072
- SLR / Compact: Compact
- Secure Digital Card: Yes
- Secure Digital High Capacity Card (SDHC): No
- Sensor Size: 1/1,8''
- Serial Shot Mode: Yes
- Shortest Shutter Speed: 1/2000s
- Shortest Shutter Speed in s: 1/2000s
- Smart Media Card: No
- Transflash Card: No
- Video Resolution Heigth in Pixel: 480
- Video Resolution Width in Pixel: 640
- Weight in Grams: 170
- WiFi Connectivity: No
- Width (mm): 89.5
- XD Card: No
- Zoom Type: Optical + Digital
- microSD/ TransFlash Card: No
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With its sleek Perpetual Curve design, the contoured all-metal body of the Digital IXUS 750 represents the pinnacle of Canon design excellence. A massive 7.1 Megapixels resolution allows for photo quality prints with pin-sharp definition to A3+ size. A precision lens with 3x optical zoom ensures perfect framing and superb clarity from up close or at a distance.
The Digital IXUS 750's advanced DIGIC II processor ensures fast, responsive camera performance and superior image processing. iSAPS technology analyses each scene to optimise key camera settings even before a shot is taken. A huge 2.5" LCD brings pleasure to framing and reviewing your creations. The monitor's wide viewing angle provides improved visibility for sharing playback with friends and family. QuickBright gives instant screen brightness in bright outdoor conditions. Night Display automatically improves visibility in low light for easy after-dark shooting. Choose from a range of 15 shooting modes to get that perfect shot. Nine preset Special Scene modes help with great results in tricky lighting conditions.
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Printing is instant with the Digital IXUS 750. Simply connect to any PictBridge compatible printer and push the Print/Share button for a full colour print within seconds. Connect to a Canon SELPHY CP Series printer and you can also print ID photos and movie stills. Transfer images to your PC quickly and effortlessly with the USB 2.0 Hi-Speed connection. Canon's ZoomBrowser EX (Windows) and ImageBrowser (Macintosh) are included for editing and organising photos, movies and slide shows. CANON iMAGE GATEWAY** provides 100MB of web space for sharing photos online.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
I have two main uses for a compact camera: holiday photos, and shots in low lighting conditions. I hate using the flash when indoors, as it tends to lead to unflattering photographs, but even in cameras of above-average quality the alternative is usually noisy, blurred pictures. Not so with the Ixus 750; I was very impressed when I uploaded my first indoor pictures to my computer and studied them in detail to find almost zero noise or graininess, even in dark areas.
Being able to take pictures quickly and easily is very important to me in a compact camera. So I was delighted with the fast startup time and low shutter lag of the Ixus 750.
Build quality and durability are also essential to me, as I tend not to carry my compact camera in a case. The Ixus 750 looks and feels luxurious, but is also more than adequately sturdy. The matte surface of the metal body is resistant to scratches, the "feel" of the buttons is just right, and the cover for the AV and USB ports does not look as if it will drop off at any moment. The large screen has a durable coating so fingerprints can be wiped away without too much fear of scratching it. The size of the camera is such that I can slip it into my jeans pocket and carry it all day without even noticing it is there.
But the most important thing to me, at the end of the day when I upload the images onto my computer, is always going to be the image quality. I was actually dumbstruck when, after trying some macro photography in a well-lit room, I viewed the images at 100% zoom on my screen to find that they were completely pin-sharp.
I traded in my Powershot S50 when I bought the Ixus...I loved the old camera but this is very special. Totally portable ( yes it will slip in a shirt pocket! ) I am lucky enough to own a Canon DSLR also but I'm afraid it will be gathering dust for a while as I get to grips with all the Ixus 750 features.
You will not be disappointed in this camera...in fact you will be amazed! A design icon of the future!!!!
The 2.5" screen is superb and sharp and carries all the info needed to check correct operation.
I like the flash screen whilst checking your photos out too.
I'm glad I didn't go for the larger screened Canon Ixus 65 as having previously looked at it in a shop, I think the screen (very much similar to a mobile phone plastic screen) will be easily scratched and will ruin it. It also leaves very little area to hold the camera and the risk of getting your fingerprints all over it!
I recommend a larger SD card, preferably a Sandisk Extreme III either 1gb (approx 315 photos on max setting) or 2gb version (around 600 photos). I have the 1gb version and it is one awesome card. Saving now for a spare 2gb one!
Also a spare battery is helpful too.
Connecting the camera to a PC is really simple and moving your photos to the PC is quick and easy. Make sure you insert the CD (supplied) first before connecting camera! I like the features of downloading profiles (supplied) to your camera too. Just makes it a bit more fun.
I have found you can view car regestration numbers from around 200+ feet when zoomed in and the digital macro is a neat touch.
All in all, it's a compact camera, you can put it in your pocket and take great photos anytime, if you are after superb quality pictures and lots of messing about then fork out for a Digital SLR which will not fit in your pocket! Canon and Nikon are the best in the range so stick to them!
I give it 10/10.
Well done Canon!!!!
I read all the reviews on this camera and its Sony equivalent and went for the Canon,mostly because i have SD memory cards already and i have a canon printer which I really rate.
The camera looks absolutely gorgeous,and the picture quality is stunning,the manual settings let you have almost every photo option you can think of,yet the auto function does it all for you If thats what you prefer.
Why only 4 stars ?? I still can't believe you spend this amount of money and you don't get a case !(although all cameras are the same) also you only get a basic booklet with it ,the full manual ,100+ pages is only accessed by the disc,which is a real pain.But once you find your way around the camera it is very logical.
Overall a great camera,and the Amazon price was to good to miss
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After all these years I still have this camera- its probably the best digital camera I have brought- but I suppose I need to get an upgrade soon- but this works just as fine so I... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Indy_uk
A good solid camera with a metal body.
Resolution is good and colour reproduction seems fairly accurate. Read more
I loved this camera for its ease of use and compactness. The video is really brilliant even in low light conditions. Read morePublished on 17 Nov. 2007 by John Mccallum
I have no complaints about this camera at all. Had the camera for quite some time now and would not be with out it, it's really easy to use. Read morePublished on 25 Aug. 2007 by Customer
I only use my camera to take snaps - mostly when I'm away on my hols and wouldn't say that I'm an expert or experienced photographer. I'd had an Ixus v3. Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2007 by Amazon Customer
My first compact digital camera and what choice it was. It travels with me everywhere. Nice, stylish compact design, fits snugly in any pocket. Read morePublished on 28 April 2007 by Mr. J. Thiru
Having purchased this product when it first launched- i have to say im overall impressed with it- the quality of the photos are great and its easy to use however my main gripe is... Read morePublished on 6 Nov. 2006 by piccolo