Canon IXUS 75

Canon IXUS 75 is a slimline digital camera. It should fit easily into a pocket. The IXUS 75 has seven megapixels and a three times optical zoom lens. One of the attractions of the camera is likely to be its extra large, three inch LCD screen. A screen of this size does help when lining up shots and it also makes it easier to read the menu.

The length of the 3x optical zoom lens can be increased when shooting at lower resolutions by using a feature called safety zoom. This increases the capacity of the zoom by 1.9x The lens has a focal length equivalent to 35 - 105mm in 35mm format. The maximum aperture is f/2.8 wide and f/4.9 tele. For close up shots the camera can focus from 3cm away from the subject.

The 3" LCD monitor is made up of around 230,000 pixels.

Flash works up to a maximum range of 3.5m (wide) and 2m (tele). The flash modes available are on, off and automatic. You can also turn on red eye reduction and slow synchro. To boost the power of the flash you could buy the Canon High Power Flash Unit HF-DC1.

There are a range of predefined scene modes. These help the camera to select the optimum settings for each shot. These are Portrait, Night Snapshot, Kids & Pets, Indoor, Foliage, Snow, Beach, Fireworks, Aquarium and Underwater. There is also a stitch assist mode to help you stitch together panoramic type shots.

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