Summary Canon 330 HS

Prices Price
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$310
Score Snapsort rank
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#n/a of 9
Among similar cameras
#n/a of 11
Specifications Key specs
Zoom
Help 10x
Screen size
Help 3"
Aperture
Help f/3
Screen resolution
Help 461k dots
Wide angle
Help 24 mm
Movie format
Help 1080p @ 24fps
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Also known as: Canon IXUS 255 HS

Canon ELPH 330 HS

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Pros

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The Canon 330 HS vs other recent compacts

Wide angle Great wide angle lens Help
24 mm
Screen size Above average sized screen Help
3"
Supports 24p 24p movies Help
For that film look
Movie format Full HD Help
1080p @ 24fps
High-speed framerate High speed movies Help
240 fps
Sensor type CMOS Sensor Help
Better in low light
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The Canon 330 HS vs other recent travel zooms

Size Really small Help
Super compact (97×56×23 mm)
Weight Light Help
144 g
Thickness Thin Help
0.9"

Cons

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The Canon 330 HS vs other recent compacts

Screen resolution Low resolution screen Help
461k dots
Announced Old Help
January 2013
Screen flips out Fixed screen Help
Less flexible
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The Canon 330 HS vs other recent travel zooms

Zoom Poor zoom Help
10x
Continuous shooting Slow continuous shooting Help
6.2 fps
Battery life Shorter battery life Help
200 shots
Fastest shutter speed Slow shutter speed Help
1/2000 of a second
Movie format Full HD Help
1080p @ 24fps
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Viewfinder Can only preview photos on the screen Help
None
Popularity Not so popular Help
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Discussion

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tecenda (10:30 AM, July 21, 2013)
The CMOS sensor in this thing leaves such vivid and consistent colour quality in my photos that it handedly beats some older cameras and some camera phones by miles. Just set it to automatic ISO, pick the right white balance, and it'll do a wonderful job. Its focusing is reponsive and can take 6 shots a second. It'll handle most low light conditions up to 1600ISO, and if you still need something stronger, the CMOS sensor will let you manually reach a whopping 6400 ISO. It manages 1280p HD video recording AND zooms 10x in such a small package being only half an inch thick, with autofocus during video zooming. I admit the buttons are flush with the body and a little unintuitive to touch and press, but that's about it; this is a very complete package for the price. If you're willing to pass up the megazoom and shooting modes of the Canon SX series of cameras, this camera makes a proud addition to the ELPH family and by no doubt should be on your watch list.