Canon ELPH Jr. – 1997

Canon ELPH Jr. APS point & shoot ultra-compact camera – September 1997

This camera set is available at our online store at https://www.ccstudio2380.com

Canon ELPH Jr.

Ultra tiny camera from Canon near the start of the APS introduction. It may have had a list price of $299.00 !!! That’s some serious coin even by today’s standards!

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It’s a solid, well-designed camera with a crazy amount of features packed into such a small lightweight camera.

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APS film is still readily available today and can be developed and scanned by the top online processors. We’ve never used an APS camera so we’ll give this one a try. I’d like to check out the panorama format plus this camera has a relatively fast f2.8 wide angle lens.

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A scan from the instruction booklet – specs

 

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Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs. Canon ELPH Jr.

 

 

Have you used an APS camera in the past? If so, let us know what brand and model and if you were happy with it. Thanks a bunch!

Chris

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2 thoughts on “Canon ELPH Jr. – 1997

  1. I had a Fujica APS camera, back in the early 2000s. I missed at least one picture, when the person I was photographing walked past me, before the slow autofocus fixed on them. I had complaints, too, from my wife and other middle aged women, complaining the lens was too sharp!

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    1. Hi John! I hear that was a major complaint with these early APS cameras – slow autofocus. We plan on testing one of our APS cameras here soon as I’m curious as to how well it does. The Canon ELPH Jr. has a 26mm f/ 2.8 lens that I hope will deliver excellent images given the camera’s small size. Thanks for your comments.
      Chris

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