Canon Powershot ELPH 160 (Silver) with 32GB Deluxe Accessory Bundle

November 15, 2015 - Comment

High-resolution imaging and HD video recording in a compact package, the silver Canon PowerShot ELPH 160 Digital Camera is a versatile and convenient point-and-shoot featuring a 20MP 1/2.3″ CCD image sensor and DIGIC 4+ image processor, which enables a top sensitivity of ISO 1600 and a 2.2 fps shooting rate. An 8x optical zoom lens

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High-resolution imaging and HD video recording in a compact package, the silver Canon PowerShot ELPH 160 Digital Camera is a versatile and convenient point-and-shoot featuring a 20MP 1/2.3″ CCD image sensor and DIGIC 4+ image processor, which enables a top sensitivity of ISO 1600 and a 2.2 fps shooting rate. An 8x optical zoom lens provides a 28-224mm equivalent focal length range, which covers wide to tele perspectives for working in a variety of conditions. HD 720/25p video recording is available along with Scene Modes for a creative take on your imagery. Smart AUTO intelligently selects the proper camera settings based on detected scene types and a Help Button can be used to better understand all of the controls and settings of your camera. Besides using the 2.7″ 230k-dot LCD monitor for viewing your compositions or playing back imagery, the ELPH 160 is also compatible with the optional Connect Station CS100 for wireless transferring and sharing of your photos and movies.

Bundle Includes:

• Canon Powershot ELPH 160 (Silver)

• Focus 32 GB Class 10 SDHC Memory Card

• Focus Rechargeable Replacement Lithium Ion Battery for Canon NB-11L

• Focus All in One High Speed Card Reader

• Standard Medium Digital Camera Case

• Focus 5 Piece Digital Camera Accessory Kit

• Focus Lens Cleaning Pen

• Focus Spider Tripod

• Travel Quick Charger for Canon NB-11L Battery

Comments

MJC says:

awesome little caera Exactly what I needed. Small powerful and takes great pictures.

Andrea says:

The Perfect Bundle This is the perfect package if you need a new camera! I bought this for my granddaughter who is 10. She was able to use it with no problem! The mini-tripod, camera case, memory card, etc was everything you need! It also comes with a rechargeable battery and charger! I have since bought another package for my husband for his birthday! He loves it too!

Richard B. says:

Five Stars Wonderful camera, great accessory package value, excellent price, great customer service!

Sanjay says:

didn’t give any extra detail from what I could tell than the 12 MP veiosrn (SD1300). The SD1400 was basically just creating larger files. When zooming in the telephoto setting the 300 HS clearly produced a sharper image than the SD1000. Often cameras have sweet spots in the zoom range in which it will produce crisper images. The 300 HS has consistently good sharpness throughout it’s zoom range.HS system and ISO:The image processing with the HS system truly works to reduce noise at higher ISOs enabling people to produce better quality images in low light. The improvement in image quality gets more and more visible the greater and greater the ISO. ISO 400 with the 300 HS was almost as good as ISO 200 on the SD1000. ISO 800 on the 300 HS was a tad better than ISO 400 on the SD1000. ISO 1600 on the 300 HS was between ISO 400 and 800 on the SD1000. ISO 3200 on the 300 HS produced the same quality of image (noise) as ISO 800 on the SD1000. A 2 stop in film speed improvement is big.1080p video and slow motion:With good light, the 300 HS produces wonderful smooth 1080 videos. If you look at a lot of HD videos from compact cameras the video often looks jumpy. From what I’ve seen it wasn’t until you got to the Canon G12 or Panasonic LX5 that the video looked smooth. Both of those cameras only shoot 720p whereas this camera shoots 1080p. The video also very good detail. It truly looks HD.If you are wanting zoom and continuous AF with your video this camera is the one you want compared to the 100 HS which doesn’t allow you to zoom. The continuous AF with face recognition is stellar with this camera in video mode. I was videoing my wife while she was driving. It focused on her face. I switched to the scenery outside. It immediately focused on that. I then went back to my wife and it found her face and focused on it right away. I even videoed her reflection in the rear view mirror and it found her face in the mirror no problem and focused on it. AMAZING!!!!Commenting on a complaint I’ve read about the zoom being slow in video mode. If you like getting motion sickness whenever someone rapidly zooms in or out during their video this is not your camera. As smooth looking as the video is, the zoom is also. The smooth zoom creates nice looking transitions instead of warp speed ahead looks.The slow motion is a fun feature that works well. You need to have good lighting though. In low light even with high ISO’s it produced very dark videos. In a review someone commented that it should have sound with the slow motion video. I honestly don’t know how that could work unless you want to listen to everything at 1/5 it’s normal speed. I think it’s a good thing that it doesn’t have sound with the slow motion videos.AF:I commented on AF partially in the video portion of the review. It does have several AF modes for various situations. The face detection works great. If you have a person in the picture but want something other than the person to be in focus you will need to change AF modes from face detection. The reviewer that had the problem with the 300 HS focusing on things he didn’t want the camera to focus on likely didn’t have the correct AF mode for the shooting situations. The 300 HS does have a center AF if you prefer that.Areas for Canon to improve on with the 300 HS:The camera is so well thought out that I’m surprised Canon let this slip. I love having a wide angle zoom go down to 24mm. It’s great for scenery and photojournalist type

Moroshkina says:

. Easy to operate one hand and if using both hands, flash isn’t in a hbiorrle place. Display is very bright and button seem intuitive as with other Canon cameras. Battery and SD are on the bottom door, USB and HDMI are in a covered side port. Comes with a wrist strap if you desire a little extra security.Boot Time/Software:Camera is ready to take photos very fast. From the time you press the button, it’s pretty much set to catch the action. Time between photos wasn’t terrible (about 1.5 seconds) and if you need it, there is continuous shot mode. Had no problem with the Canon software on Windows 7. I’ve used the Canon Photo Window import for a while, does a good job of getting photos off the camera without duplicates. I use Picasa to then manage my photo library (I skip the Zoom Browser, but it’s really not bad if you want to use it, I’m just a slave to Google/gmail)Computer Connectivity:I didn’t find this anywhere in the specs, so if you’re looking, the camera uses mini-USB, similar to all Canon’s that have come out over the last few years.Optical Zoom:You’re going to be impressed with the form factor of this camera and it’s 5x OPTICAL zoom. I immediately disabled digital zoom as 12.1MP + 5x Optical will get you very close to the action. You’re better off digitally enhancing the photos later on.Battery + Memory Card:This uses the NBL-4 (again, I found confusion on this and accessories) so if you have some of those laying around keep them as they’ll work just fine in this camera. This is nice as my SD630 uses the NBL-4 so now I have 2 chargers + 3 batteries. It took my 32GB SDHC without any issues and holds thousands of images. Images have tended to be between 2 and 3mb on the highest settings.Image Quality:Look, I’m no photo fanatic, I don’t expect the people buying this camera are. I am looking for solid images and this camera delivers. There are a ton a feature you can delve into and I’m sure they are good. It has manual mode, so if you fancy that, you can go down that path. But I’m the type of person that knows when something looks good, OK or great. This camera consistently delivers GREAT photos. I’m happy with the low light and images aren’t blurry or grainy (within reasonable expectations).Video:FINALLY! Optical zoom on a Canon during video! 1080p brings this camera up to par with others in its class and it does a decent job. I didn’t notice any major noise when zooming in and out while recording video. I know this is the excuse Canon has used in the past as to why they never had this feature. It shoots nice clips for those quick moments. This will NOT replace a true DV cam, but hey, for a few minute clips here and there, you will simply not be dissapointed.

Jarrett says:

became inconvenient. My wife was adnamat she wanted a more compact P&S this time around.In addition to great pics, I was looking for a P&S with 1080p video capability so I wouldn’t have to get a separate camcorder. Let me say that the 300 HS is a quality camera packed into a sleek body that I can easily slip into any pocket on the run.Most Canon cameras (I am a Canon loyalist) take great shots. But what most impresses me about this camera are its low-light capabilities. It obviously can not match the image quality of a DSLR, but for a P&S, I was impressed! Indoor night shots of my kids WITHOUT flash (incandescent lighting only) come out amazingly crisp with minimal noise. Autofocus is quite impressive as it tracks faces in the frame further enhancing ease of use. Menu functions are quite intuitive (if you’ve owned previous Canon models). It’s got plenty of preset shooting modes. And it’s quick between shots for a P&S (a couple seconds with flash photography).I also compared the 1080p video vs Flip Ultra HD which shoots in 720p. The video quality is like night-and-day with the 300 HS finishing ahead by a mile. Low-light video is grainy but still watchable (unwatchable on Flip). In daylight, video looks beautiful. Video is easily imported into both iphoto and imovie. Just make sure you have a large memory card as 1080p takes up 16GB/hour of video. I bought a 32GB card.I did purchase an extra battery after reading battery life can be short. I’ve had the camera a week and have used it for 15-30 minutes daily (including video capture) and I have not needed to recharge yet.I’d also recommend the black body as it has a textured housing that makes holding this small camera much easier.Also purchased a Caselogic TBC 302 compact camera case which fits this camera perfectly. It has a small side pocket that I slip the extra battery in.Overall, considering the excellent quality of the camera, easy portability, and great price, this camera is worth every penny.

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