Big Camera Features to be so Small
If you need a very small, stylish and portable and camera that can deal with low light
environments, is exceptional with macro shooting, captures good video, this is the camera worth looking at. Having said this, the fact is that the SD 4000 IS will not create photos without noise, and you'll probably be putting up with some noise even at lower ISO levels. If you can live with that, you'll like this camera.
Canon adds to it's line up of Digital Cameras with the addition of the SD4000IS. it
boasts a CMOS 10 megapixel sensor with a Digic 4 Processor, that was created for high-speed shooting and
enhanced poor light situations. A wide-angle lens f/2.0 was added that was designed to allow faster shutter speeds, and there are numerous manual settings there to provide artistic flexibility.
The Canon Digital ELPH PowerShot SD4000 IS has big camera features for such a small camera. The f/2.0. 3.8x optical zoom lens blazingly fast You can now do low-light photography, and you can now shoot out of focus backgrounds with crisp subjects.
The (35mm equivalent) 28-105mm lens allows you to capture a mixed bag of subjects.
Canon's innovative DIGIC 4 processor along with the
CMOS 10.0 megapixel sensor are the major parts in the Canon HS System. This arrangement in addition to the camera's optical image stabilization, brilliant f/2.0 lens, high ISO settings up to 3200, let you to obtain quality images in poor light.
You can shoot your images and replay them on the brilliant 3"
LCD monitor. There a wide viewing angle on this display and it is easy to view even in brilliant sun light. Ideal exposure is a snap with the automatic setting and there are 23 scene modes for more difficult situations, but experienced users have total control with shutter priority and aperture modes. In aperture-priority mode, you select the aperture and the SD4000 will automatically select the proper shutter speed. This allows you create crisp subjects with bokeh blurred backgrounds, or capture landscapes with foreground, background and middle ground in focus together. Shutter-priority mode allows you select a shutter speed and the camera will automatically select the proper aperture. Faster shutter speeds are terrific for capturing stop-action shots of fast moving subjects, while slower shutter speeds allow you create atmospheric blur.
Take your photography to a higher level with the Sd4000's creative appearance modes. The Fisheye Effect employs barrel distortion to disfigure the picture around the middle, allowing a distinctive curvature appearance to the image. The Miniature Effect creates an illusion that allows very large objects be shown in miniature proportions.
Action shots are simple to take with the high-speed burst function that lets you to film 8.4 fps by simply holding shutter button down. When you want to seize subjects in motion the camera shoots
HD video in 720p. You can also be imaginative with the Super Slow Motion Movie mode. And if you're looking for a fantasy, creative angle when shooting family moments, or creating a feature film of your children's best sports plays, you'll appreciate the first-rate capture of this function. You can connect the camera direct to your HDTV to play back stills or video with the included mini-HDMI connector.
A wide-angle f/2.0 28mm lens presents a full resolution max ISO of 3200, and in addition there is a low light function with an added ISO range of ISO 6400, stopping pictures at 2.5MP resolution.
In addition to that, the camera features built in image stabilization, a 3.8x optical zoom, in addition to a three inch LCD display.
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