Canon PowerShot SD1300IS 12 MP Digital Camera with 4x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Pink)

January 27, 2015 - Comment

Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS Point & Shoot Digital Camera – 12.1 Megapixel – 2.70″ Active Matrix TFT Color LCD – Pink 4216B001 Digital Cameras

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Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS Point & Shoot Digital Camera – 12.1 Megapixel – 2.70″ Active Matrix TFT Color LCD – Pink 4216B001 Digital Cameras

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Bob Tobias "Robert Tobias" says:

The best camera to have… …is one you’ll have with you. The nice thing about the Canon ELPH series is they easily fit into your pocket, are well built/designed, don’t cost a lot, come with a boatload of features, and take great pictures. The SD1300, the latest in the ELPH line continues in that tradition, adding considerable additional sophistication and sacrificing some useful functionality in the interest of cutting cost.It is a small camera and carries with it the baggage that comes with the…

Blam-o "Daniel" says:

Canon PowerShot SD1300IS I purchased this camera as a replacement to my Canon PowerShot SD600. The main reason I chose to replace it was for the IS feature. When I purchased to SD600 it was on sale and the IS features on cameras were an expensive option on upgraded models. I have to say the feature performs as expected. Obviously it’s not going to do much if there is a lot of camera shake, but it does the job for what it’s intended to do. Picture quality is excellent. Low light does well despite the reviews I’ve heard…

D. Kartman says:

Lens flare problem…but if you get a decent copy it might work. Our copy of the 1300 has a flare problem while a direct light source is in the picture- a top to bottom light streak appears in the image. We have tried everything from white balance setting, to angles, to color. In every image there is a VERY visible vertical ‘ghost’ flare from top to bottom. It is only fixed by using the flash (which is inadequate in modest sized rooms) or shielding the lens from the light source with your hand. In video mode it is almost impossible to avoid, and it looks…

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