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Canon IXUS

Canon IXUS

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With a Canon IXUS compact digital camera you can capture images of stunning quality. Not only are these Canon digital cameras easy to use, but they also feature innovative technologies to make photography easier than ever.

Cameras from Canon's IXUS range offer creative features, allowing you to choose between different scene modes, such as landscape, portrait or macro.

  1. Canon Ixus 145

    The entry-level IXUS145 is the perfect camera for budding photographers.
    With easy-to-use shooting, HD movie modes and creative filters, the IXUS145 makes point-and-shoot photography fun and simple for everyone. Graduate from your smartphone to a stylish, ultra compact bodied compact, capable of producing quality images every time, thanks to both the high quality 16 Megapixel sensor and 8x optical zoom system. Make the most out of your adventures and capture every detail with Canon’s Smart Auto mode, allowing you to effortlessly shoot high quality photos or movies from 32 pre configured scenes.

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  2. Canon Ixus 150

    Portable and stylishly sharp, the IXUS150 is the essential camera to take with you wherever you go.
    Capturing great shots every time, the IXUS150 features both a 16 Megapixel sensor and 8x optical zoom, to ensure you get results. The IXUS150 features Canon’s advanced optical Image Stabilizer with Intelligent IS technology, for super-steady pictures and sharp detail even when you’re in a crowd of friends. Make sure your images look as sharp as you, with the IXUS150.

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  3. Canon Ixus 155

    A combination of Canon’s DiG!C 4+ image processor, a powerful 20 MP sensor and the iconic, stylish IXUS design, the IXUS155 is the ideal camera for shooting photos and movies of friends on nights out.
    The perfect pocket accessory, you will never miss a shot with the high resolution sensor, 10x optical zoom and 20x ZoomPlus system, capable of capturing that important event in stunning, sharp detail.

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Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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