Canon IXUS 132 Digital Camera - Blue (16MP, 28mm Wide Angle, Eco Mode, 8x Optical Zoom) 2.7-Inch LCD
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- Get closer: 8x zoom lens, 28mm wide-angle
- 16 Megapixels capture fine detail
- Intelligent IS for sharp results
- HD movies (720p) with movie button
- Eco mode
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Colour Name: Blue
Superb images, IXUS style with 8x zoom
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Combining sleek IXUS styling with simple point and shoot operation, the 16 Megapixel IXUS 132 features Smart Auto, selecting the perfect photo or HD movie setting for every scene; and an 8x optical zoom with Intelligent image stabilizer for sharp detailed photos and HD movies.
- Stylish metal-bodied IXUS in four stunning colours
- 8x optical zoom, 28mm wide-angle lens gets you closer; 16x Zoom Plus
- 16.0 Megapixels for highly detailed large prints and easy cropping
- Optical Image Stabilizer with Intelligent IS keeps photos and movies sharp and detailed
- Smart Auto (32 scenes) for point and shoot simplicity
- HD movies (720p) and movie button to instantly capture all the action
- 6.8 cm (2.7") LCD (230k) for easy viewing and sharing
- Fun and creative modes: Miniature, Fish-Eye and Toy Camera Effect
- Eco mode gives more shots per battery charge
Stylish IXUS in four colours
The IXUS 132 has a beautiful slim and stylish metal body that’s small enough to take everywhere. Available in four stunning colours.
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Smart Auto (32 scenes)
Effortlessly shoot high quality photos or movies with Smart Auto, which detects the scene and automatically selects the optimal settings from 32 variables.
Get closer: 8x zoom lens, 28mm wide-angle
Use the 8x optical zoom to get closer to distant subjects or get even closer with 16x Zoom Plus - an advanced zoom technology with more visible detail and sharpness than a conventional digital zoom. Fit more in the frame with 28mm wide-angle for sweeping landscapes and great group shots.
and easy cropping
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16.0 Megapixels capture fine detail
Capturing all the detail from the genuine Canon lens the 16MP sensor delivers superb quality images that are perfect for large-scale prints (A3+) or creative cropping.
HD movies (720p) with movie button
Instantly record high quality HD movies (720p) with optical zoom by simply pressing the dedicated movie button.
Intelligent Image Stabilizer for sharp results
Intelligent Image Stabilizer combats camera shake to ensure all your photos and videos are sharp and detailed even at full zoom or in low light. It automatically adjusts the optical Image Stabilizer to the scene from multiple modes to prevent blur.
6.8 cm (2.7”) LCD Screen
A bright and clear screen (230k dots) lets you frame and view your shots with ease and makes sharing them with friends a pleasure.
Fun and creative modes
Experiment and have fun with a range of creative modes. Use Fish-eye Effect to re-create fish-eye lens distortion, Super Vivid to boost colour saturation, retro Poster and Toy Camera Effects or Monochrome. Miniature Effect makes scenes in stills or movies look like miniature scale models.
Eco mode reduces battery consumption allowing you to capture more shots from a single battery charge.
Digital Camera IXUS 132
Wrist Strap WS-800
Battery Pack NB-11L
Battery Charger CB-2LFE
User Manual Kit
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Whilst it is possible to get into P mode it is a bit fiddly and I suspect most people will use this on fully automatic mode. Getting 8x magnification in such a small package is excellent and there is the option to go higher than that via digital. The video record function is 720 HD with basic but ok mono sound recording. The inclusion of a macro feature is an unexpected bonus. Using the camera itself in auto mode is about as simple as could be. Apart from having to turn up the brightness on the screen in bright sunlight (there is no viewfinder), I can see many people never venturing into the menu. The instructions that come with it are fairly minimal and you have to go online to download the full manual. However it is very intuitive and I was able to find my way around without consulting the start guide. It helps that there is an option to have tips / explanations display option. I was slightly surprised that no usb lead was included.Read more ›
The camera comes with its own rechargeable battery and an external battery charger. You can't charge the battery in the camera, which is one way to make the camera smaller, but it does mean you have a charger somewhere in the house. Incidentally, when you place the battery in the charger for the first time, make sure you get it the right way up: I put mine in upside-down, and it took ages to get it out again.
You also need to buy an SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card, because otherwise you have nowhere to store your photos and videos. Something like this works fine (it's the card I'm using, and it will hold 1133 superfine large images or 49 minutes of video, which should be fine for most purposes). There's only very basic printed instructions (7 pages in English, repeated in a variety of other languages) and no mini-USB cable.Read more ›
a) a flash that properly illuminates a scene when you're taking photos indoors in shadow or outdoors at night
b) a powerful optical zoom that lets you close in on the action without any pixellation. the problem with digital zooms on phone cameras is that you essentially lose quality of photo if you zoom in too much
c) a camera that takes photos quickly without any delay
The Ixus is also slim and light so it doesn't feel like too much bulk. I slip it into my bag and carry it around very happily. I couldn't believe the price I got this camera either!
First off, if you knew nothing of photography and were just examining build quality, you'd think that the 8 year old IXUS 700 was by far the best made. It had a really well finished casing, extremely precise lens movement and, funnily enough, bore the words `Made in Japan' on the bottom. In the days before decent camera phones, this is the kind of thing you carried around for good opportunity shots. The 115 was a bit more mainstream in price and a little less stunning in build quality but boasted a full HD video mode which I can attest to being very competent. And then comes in the 132 which has some `top level' numbers that would seem to imply a steady progression (more pixels - as if we needed them! - bigger optical zoom at x8) but then lined up against the older 115 things get murky. Moreover, the 132 just feels a less high-quality item; made in China (though that in itself is no reflection on quality) but just more plasticcy with a snap-close body (no tidy little grub screws) and a general lack of finesse.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a gift for my gf's dad for Xmas. I have had an earlier version of the ixus and I found this one although newer and more expensive to be inferior quality. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gary Jones
lovely camera, looking forward to really use when weather improves, thanks.Published 9 months ago by A THORP
Silver camera was out of stock so I purchased black IXUS 132, quality of images is noticeably superior to my old IXUS 30 and very much superior to mobile phone images. Read morePublished 9 months ago by History enthusiast