Canon PowerShot ELPH 180 Digital Camera (Silver)

Walmart # 555303005

Canon PowerShot ELPH 180 Digital Camera (Silver)

Walmart # 555303005
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High-resolution shooting in a compact, portable form factor, the silver PowerShot ELPH 180 Digital Camera from Canon is a convenient point-and-shoot featuring a 20.0MP 1/2.3&quot; CCD sensor and DIGIC 4+ image processor. Together, the sensor and processor offer notable image quality for stills shooting as well as HD 720p video recording at 25 fps. Complementing the imaging capabilities, an 8x optical zoom lens covers wide-angle to telephoto perspectives to suit shooting in a variety of locations. This lens is also benefitted by Digital IS, which helps to minimize the appearance of camera shake for sharper handheld shooting. Additionally, the camera's sleek design is complemented by a 2.7&quot; 230k-dot LCD for image playback and live view monitoring, and a host of shooting features are available to intelligently select exposure settings, creatively adjust the look of imagery, or to simply learn more about how to use all of the shooting controls of the ELPH 180. <p><b>Key Features:</b></p>

About This Item

  • 20 megapixel resolution
  • 28-224mm zoom lens
  • 2.7" TFT LCD screen
  • Smart AUTO
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    THE CANON POWER SHOT a handy Compact Camera

    Nice Compact Camera that you not afraid to take out on a dog run to take excellent pictures and videos especially at varies when the dog starts increasing the distance from you. Superior to a cell phone!

    No focus autofocus

    I was looking for a good pocket camera that was easy to use for pictures and video on a mission trip with my church. My previous camera was a 12 year old Kodak Easy share that finally kicked the bucket. Never had any issues other than its bulky size for putting in a pocket. I purchased this camera strictly based on it was a Canon, never owning any previous models, but knowing friends who do. I purchased it May 20th 6 weeks before my trip. I took it out around town to become familiar with it and took about 20 pictures that seemed okay, then did not use it again until the day we left on July 9th. Almost right away during videos I would notice in video mode it would lose focus and not regain it. Not knowing if it was the lighting or movement. I would eventually have to turn the camera off then back on to get it in focus, hit video, watch it record and eventually lose focus again. It also started to do the same for photos. I would have to turn the camera off to get the auto focus to work. I ended up half way thru my trip turning of the auto focus, but it never really resolved. I ended up taking fewer pictures and upon returning and checking the quality of what I had, deleting about a quarter of my pictures and almost every video except the shortest ones. The longer videos all lost lost focus after 30 seconds to a minute in length. Needless to say, I lost a lot of cool recorded memories because of quality.

    You get what you pay for

    I wanted a point and shoot camera for my vacation because I like to get prints of some of my pictures, and photos from a phone are just not as good sometimes. I settled on this camera because it was a really good price point, and seemed like a good enough option. It is an okay option. My biggest fault with it is it's focus. Sometimes it will just not focus on anything so you have to turn it off and on again to set it right. This is annoying. Otherwise, pictures turned out okay (besides the blurry ones from it not focusing). I've not had them printed for comparison to those taken from a phone. Great size for packing and traveling.

    Excellent product

    I had this camera before and due to my own fault, broke it and replaced it with the same because I was satisfied with the cameras performance, the many functions it has as compared to other cameras. Takes really great pictures and is really easy to use.

    Canon powershot elph 180

    Very disappointed. I've had 4 Canon elph point and shoot cameras over the years that have performed very well and this one is horrible. Not sure what Canon did differently with the Elph 180, but very few of the images are in focus. I know how to use the screen to see what the camera is focusing on with the green and blue squares....and still most of the images are sub-optimal clarity. I've relied on these Canon cameras , but this one is a total FAIL.


    Autofocus is erratic and frustrating. So many lost shots and videos. I've owned several Canon cameras over the years and liked them all, until this one. Don't buy it.

    Happiness short lived

    Camera worked great for the first 3 hrs. After that, blue lines started appearing on the LCD screen while in picture and video mode. After downloading files to the computer I noticed the blue lines were also in the videos and pictures. Shame.

    Don't buy if you actively take photos/videos

    I bought this Canon camera because I've had a lot of trouble with the previous 3 Sony Cybershots I've owned and Sony has failed to repair them; luckily, I bought Wal-Mart's extended warranty and they were fast and great about immediately refunding me. So, I decided to go a different route and buy a Canon. I've owned the Canon EOS DSLR cameras before, as I am an amateur photographer. I had this camera shipped to my local store and picked it up the next day. The first thing I noticed upon removing the camera from the box is that it had been used before. The battery was in the camera instead of in its separate packaging and there were fingerprints completely covering the LCD screen. It was either refurbished (it was listed online as NEW) or it had been used as a display model. So, getting past that, I tested all the settings and was impressed with the quality of night/dark photos I took (using a tripod). I like the different options like fisheye and miniature, which I've never seen on a camera before. I really tried to like this camera, I really did. But what made me return it was that after each picture is taken, the camera is "busy" for 30 seconds of so. You can still take photos during this time, but if you turn the camera off (which I do to save battery life), the picture will not record onto the SD card and when you go to upload it onto your computer, it won't be there. However, if you take a video, the camera is "busy" for several MINUTES and completely unusable - the zoom won't work, you cannot take other videos or photos while the camera is "busy" recording the video onto the memory card. This is unacceptable to me, as we are a very active family and I need full use of my camera at all times. I don't want to miss moments because my camera is "busy" recording the video I took 2 minutes prior and I can't take any other pictures. Canon needs to figure this out!

    Annoying cammera

    It is annoying ... every time I must turn off the camera because it lost focus in short time even if it is placed in a tripod ... for video is worst ... the focus lost sometimes from the first second of recording. I have taken the camera to the technical service and they changed it for another one of the same traits ... now I have the same problem ... so I do not know what is wrong ... it have not fallen or crushed with something ... maybe is something about preferences in the setting menu which I am not doing well? ... if somebody could have solved this trouble please tell me ... otherwise I am taking it again to the technical service

    Pretty good little camera.

    I love this little camera. It is versatile and full of options for various effects and settings. I like the fact that the battery comes out and "plugs" into a holder which then plugs into the wall socket. I missed giving it 5 stars because of two things. One is probably something I need to learn more about, but the focus goes blurry if you hold it for long for log and take more than a couple of pictures. When I turn the camera off and then on again it is back sharp again. Also, when you press the shutter it takes the camera a second to take the picture. So you have to remember not to move. It is not instant. I work with it, and have been very happy with my purchase. If someone knows any remedies for the issues I listed, I would be very grateful.
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