Featuring a 10-megapixel CMOS sensor, a 28-106mm equivalent f/2.0-5.3 lens with image stabilisation, semi-manual exposure modes and 720p HD movie recording, the Canon IXUS 300HS White Edition is available only from UK photography retailer Jessops for £379.
The UK’s leading photographic retailer Jessops has announced the release of the new, exclusive to Jessops Canon IXUS 300HS White. This stylishly smart camera comes clad in stainless steel and powered by a 10 megapixel high-sensitivity CMOS sensor with an f/2.0 lens with Optical Image Stabiliser. It’s fast shooting HS System comes with DIGIC 4 for low noise and low light picture taking, and the High-speed Burst mode can take 8.4 shots a second! Or for creativity over speed, try out the P, Av and TV modes and take advantage of the Low Light, Fish-eye and Miniature Effect features.
No modern camera comes without display controls, and the Canon IXUS 300HS White has one of the best; a 3.0” PureColour II G LCD screen with enhanced strength and improved visibility, to view and edit photos without having to upload them. The display can also be used to watch HD movies at 720p with optical zoom, stereo sound and HDMI and 240 fps Super Slow Motion Movie, to watch the action and entertainment in slow-mo anytime. What other digital camera can make your pictures and movies look as good as the case it comes in!
Packed full of high-tech features and unbeatable technology, the Canon IXUS 300HS White is at once sleek and classy, and is sure to make a splash on the shelves. This great performance digital camera is available in white exclusively from Jessops stores or http://www.jessops.com, although it also comes in a choice of chic black and cool silver. Be sure to have a look in your local store of browse the web for the latest offers and exclusives from Jessops.
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