Canon’s stylish 14.1-million-pixel IXUS 210 has a huge 3.5in touchscreen and a host of great features

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Canon IXUS 210

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Canon IXUS 210 review


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Despite my anxieties about the touchscreen, the Canon IXUS 210 performed well.

It is slower to use than a model with conventional buttons, but given the point-and-shoot nature of compact cameras, most people won’t change the settings from one shot to the next.

It produces excellent images that are perfect for the casual snapper, while the few manual exposure settings and the stylish design will also appeal to those who demand a little more.

Canon’s IXUS 210 is available in black, silver, gold and pink


White Balance:Auto, 5 presets, plus custom
Memory Card:SD, SDHC, SDXC
Weight:160g (including battery and card)
Exposure Modes:Auto, Program, plus 11 scene presets
Sensor:14.1 million effective pixels
LCD:3.5in touchscreen LCD with 460,000 dots
Output Size:4320x3240 pixels
Power:Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
Lens:24-120mm (equivalent) f/2.8-5.9
File Format:JPEG or MOV video
Metering System:Evaluative, centreweighted, spot
Focusing Modes:AiAF, 1-point AF fixed to centre or Touch AF, Tracking AF, Face Detection
ISO:ISO 80-1600
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