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Canon's beautifully styled compact metal Ixus 1000 HS Digital Camera is packed with 10x optical zoom, 10 megapixels and Canons latest HS System. HS System allows you to take high quality images in all conditions such as low light meaning you capture well exposed subjects against a dark, night-time background or a moving subject when shooting indoors. Canon's Ixus 1000 HS Digital Camera also has a Full HD (1080p) movie function with stereo sound so you can record your precious moments and then use the camera's HDMI port to connect to your HDTV and share the fun with friends. As well as all of this we're giving you a FREE Case and 4GB Lexar Memory Card.
10x optical zoom with IS
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Images are stored electronically, either in the camera's memory or on a removable memory card. Extend storage capacity with extra memory cards or sticks but please check text for compatibility when ordering.
See below for a guide to how many pictures a 1GB memory card can hold. This is based on average compression levels used and can vary from camera to camera.
|Camera (megapixels)||Approx. pictures stored on 1GB card|
No developing costs
Simply link your PC to a photo quality printer. For printing without a PC either choose a direct printer, or a camera feature Pictbridge™ to print direct to compatible printers. Most high street labs can produce prints direct from memory cards.
Shown near each camera, e.g: 3x optical zoom. The higher the number the closer you can bring the image.
Generally the more Mp, the better the image quality, though this will vary from camera to camera. Megapixel = 1 million picture elements.
|Camera (megapixels)||Print up to|
|6 - 7 million||A4 size|
|8 million||10 x 15in|
|9 million||10 x 15in|
|10 million||12 x 16in|
|12 million||20 x 30in|
Locates faces in shots and automatically adjusts camera settings for great people shots.
Digital SLR cameras for creative control
You can buy lenses to suit your interests, wide angle for landscapes and group shots, telephoto to zoom in and macro for detail.
You see what the camera sees, so you'll know exactly what will be in your shot.
You can shoot multiple shots per second.