Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS / IXUS 105 / IXY 200F

One little camera with three different names. Canon released the North American model (PowerShot SD1300 IS) in early 2010 so this little gem is already 11 years old. Back in 2010, 12 megapixels was a big deal in such a compact point and shoot digital as this.

Here’s mine in cool blue.

This Canon is equipped with a super sharp Canon 4x zoom lens with image stabilization (IS). The zoom’s 35mm equivalent is 28-112mm so it covers a comfortable shooting range (up to 16x with digital enhancement).

It uses a CCD sensor with TTL autofocus so my pics come out nice and sharp 99% of the time.

I don’t normally shoot with the date time stamp on but I thought I’d give it a a try.

It’s a fun and easy camera to use and it’s also quite compact – it easily fits into almost anywhere. I like playing with these older digital cameras as their build quality was generally quite high. By the way, the macro ability is good with closest focus at just over one inch (3 cm).

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