- Europe, Asia, Oceania
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|Original Price||89,800 yen|
The PowerShot S10 incorporates a 2.11 megapixel 1/2″ CCD and a newly designed high quality 2X zoom lens with three aspherical elements giving high quality and low distortion to the edges of the format. The new single-chip digital processor IC and buffer memory make possible the short shutter interval of two seconds. The fully retractable zoom lens with built-in lens cover, high-density packaging and miniaturzing technology result in the thinnest body (33.8mm) in the class.
It incorporates five shooting modes and advanced functions including Spot Metering,AE Lock,and ISO Sensitivity Setting for every situation and purpose, all in a light weight, highly mobile compact camera sized package.
|Image Sensor (CCD)||Size||1/2″|
|Method||Complementary color filter/Interline|
|Number of Pixels||approximatery 2,100,000 pixel (total)|
|Sensitivity||Equivalent to ISO 100-400|
|Image Data Storage||CompactFlash ™ card (Type I, Type II)|
|File Format||CIFF (JPEG)|
|Large:1600 x 1200, Middle:1280 x 960 , Small:800 x 600|
|Lens||6.3mm – 12.6mm f/2.8-4.0 (35mm film equivalent : 35-70mm)|
|Shutter Speeds||2-1/1000 sec.(2sec. for slow shutter)|
|Focusing Range||Standard||46 cm-infinity|
|Built-in Flash||Auto, Forced ON/OFF, Red-eye reduction|
|Viewfinder||Optical||Real-image optical viewfinder|
|using 8MB CF card|
|Super Fine||4 shots / 12 shots / 24 shots|
|Fine (Middle)||7 shots / 18 shots / 33 shots|
|Normal||15 shots / 33 shots / 61 shots|
|Interfaces||USB/Serial(RS-232C)/CF card slot/Video Out|
|Windows® 95/98, Windows® NT4.0, Macintosh|
|Power Supply||2CR5 lithium battery, Dedicated Nickel-hydride Battery (optional), Dedicated AC adapter (optional)|
(W x H x D)
|105.4 x 69.4 x 33.8 mm|
|Weight (body only)||Approx. 270 g|
|Accessories||8MB CF, lithium batteries (2CR5), video cable, wrist strap.|
Information written above is about the digital cameras developed for the Japanese domestic market.
* Recording capacity specifications are based on standard shooting conditions established by Canon. Actual results will vary according to subjects.