Canon IXUS For Low Light Conditions

Canon Australia’s new IXUS 300 HS offers features that help to capture those wonderful moments in low-light conditions.
It also has high definition (HD) movie-shooting capabilities with a new Super Slow Motion movie function, allowing users to capture memories in stunning video, as well as in stills.


Canon Australia’s new IXUS 300 HS offers features that help to capture those wonderful moments in low-light conditions.
It also has high definition (HD) movie-shooting capabilities with a new Super Slow Motion movie function, allowing users to capture memories in stunning video, as well as in stills.

The unit is claimed to work well in low-light situations whether that be enjoying a sunset or dinner with friends in a dimly lit restaurant. The new 10-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, in conjunction with the DiG!C 4 image processor creates Canon’s HS System, which enhances image quality in low-light situations and helps reduce noise at high ISO speeds.

Along with Canon’s HS SYSTEM, the f/2.0 lens further increases image sharpness and quality by allowing more light to enter, permitting higher shutter speeds and in turn reducing the effect of camera shake. The IXUS 300 HS has the fastest high-speed burst rate to date1 in a Canon compact digital camera with 8.4 frames per second (fps)2, meaning users will never miss a moment. 
In addition, the combination of Canon’s HS System and the f/2.0 lens enables users to take photos without a flash, resulting in a more natural look while providing greater depth of field, good for portrait photography and taking shots of your friends.

It also incorporates Canon’s TruCapture, which combines three Canon proprietary technologies – Optical Image Stabiliser for clear, sharp shots; a DiG!C 4 Image Processor for true-to-life colours; and Intelligent Auto that makes taking photos easy.

It is also claimed that the unit has aperture and shutter controls allowing for flexibility and creative control, making this camera good for shooters who are interested in getting more out of their photography.

The addition of the HD movie feature allows users to creatively compose video, helping to capture spontaneous moments such as a night out with friends. Users can also have more fun with HD movie footage by using the My Colour function, composed of Colour Swap and Colour Accent options.

Finally, it features a new Super Slow Motion movie function that allows users to record video at a high frame rate, possessing the appearance of slow motion when played back at regular speed. The Super Slow Motion movie captures a subject at 240 frames-per-second (fps), and later plays back the footage at 30 fps, allowing each moment of footage to be appreciated in super slow motion while maintaining its image quality.

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