- 16 megapixels
- 5x optical zoom
- DIGIC 4 with iSAPS technology for high speed capability
- Optional rechargeable battery
- Takes 2x ‘AA’ batteries
While being cheesy often just means you’re saying sweet things, it’s not advised for feet. Don’t grin and bear it with today’s Groupon for a Canon A1300 PowerShot 16MP digital camera distributed by ASK Direct. Choose from the following options: • £69 for one • £138 for two Equipped with 16 megapixels and a 5x optical zoom, photographers can snap up this Canon digital camera and get in the right frame of mind. The camera is a DIGIC 4 model with iSAPS technology for high precision and high speed capabilities while an optional rechargeable battery ensures photography hobbies are more than just a flash in the pan.
• 16.0 megapixels, 1/2.3 type CCD • 5x optical zoom (35mm/28-140mm) • DIGIC 4 with iSAPS technology • Face Detection Technology for up to 35 faces per frame, and Auto Red Eye Correction • In-built creative filters including Fish Eye, Toy Camera and Miniature effect • Live View Control, for easily experimenting with picture settings • 230k dot high res display • 720p HD video recording with Digital IS for improved focus • Optional rechargeable battery (NB-3AH) • Two ‘AA’ alkaline batteries included • Takes SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards • Compact (94.7mm W x 61.7mm H x 29.8mm D)_and lightweight (174g) • Available in black • Includes delivery
One of the forefathers of optical technology, Japanese giant Canon was founded way back in 1934. The company have gone from strength to strength to become an all-seeing-eye at the top of their technological game, producing SLR cameras, printers, lenses and more for a world of snap-happy folk.
Family-run and knowledgeable about all things technological, ASK Direct is stocked to bursting point with all manner of exciting products. These range from televisions and computers to iPads and mini robots for new electronic friends. For nearly three decades the company have been serving the capital’s techie needs and also have a strong presence on the world wide web.