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Canon Elph LT 260 Zoom APS Camera

by Canon
37 customer reviews

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  • Compact and ultralight Advanced Photo System camera
  • 2x zoom brings you close to the action
  • Stylish design; bright and clear viewfinder
  • Fully automatic operation
  • 4-mode built-in red-eye reduction flash
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Product Description

Product Description

Whether it's the unexpected functions or its mod design, this Advanced Photo System (APS) camera from Canon has lots of fans. Features flash-off and forced flash in daylight, 2-sided date imprinting, slow-synchro, panoramic and 26-52mm zoom lens. Includes carrying case, 1 CR2 lithium battery and 1 roll of Kodak Advantix color print film (200 speed, 15 exposures). No. 260LT. Imported. 2-1/2Hx3-1/2Wx1-1/4D" Other features: Print-quantity feature allows you to specify the number of prints of a frame to be produced at one time; Title imprinting enables you to choose 1 of 5 titles in 6 languages to imprint on the back of the photo; Automatic multifunction flash with red-eye reduction; Displays frame counter, battery level and film cartridge indicators.

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The Canon ELPH LT 260 is extremely light and compact for those who travel frequently and need a camera that doesn't take up space. It is stylishly designed and includes many performance features to assure sharp, clearly focused pictures. The ELPH LT 260 features a high-quality 26-52mm lens. Its six- element, six-group design includes an aspherical element that produces clear images with natural color. At the touch of a button, the electronic drive zooms the lens from wide-angle to telephoto in approximately two seconds.

The five- mode, built-in retractable flash gives you control over a wide range of low- light shooting conditions. Flash features include auto, auto with red-eye reduction, slow synch for night portraits, and off. There's also a real-time shutter that responds almost instantly to enable shooting of action shots. All the features you've come to expect from an APS camera are included. There's a choice of three print formats, drop-in cartridge loading, captioning, and index prints. Captions include "I Love You," "Thank You," "Season's Greetings," "Happy Birthday," "Congratulations," and date/time imprinting. The ELPH LT 260 fits in your pocket and comes with a fully retractable lens and lens cover so you don't have to worry about damaging the lens while moving from place to place. To conserve the battery, the lens automatically retracts if the camera is left unused for four minutes. Accessories include a wrist strap, soft case, 3-volt lithium battery, and an APS film cartridge ISO 200 with 15 exposures.


Product Details

Product Manual [1.90mb PDF]
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
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  • ASIN: B00004TH9D
  • Item model number: 260
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,523 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 4, 1973

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124 of 124 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 19, 2000
Investing in the Canon Elph LT 260 camera was a great decision for me! This camera takes great pictures, the detail and color is amazing. Its small size allows me to take it everywhere, and its tough frame and included carrying case keep me from worrying about it getting knocked around or broken. Also, the auto-focus and 2x zoom lens are just enough for me, the "casual" photographer, who uses a camera to capture special occasions, to bring along on trips, or to just have around for the occasional photo opportunity. If you are a serious photographer, this is probably not the camera for your master shots, but I would still recommend it as a fun, bump-around type of camera that everyone can use and depend on for great shots. I took this camera on a trip to Europe, and the panoramic feature was indispensable for some of the landscapes and views I saw, and the classic snapshot was great for capturing smaller details and pics of my traveling companions - I was thrilled with the pictures when I got them back. Again, the small size made it so easy to carry each day. Also, I bought this camera as a gift for my mom a couple of months ago, and she loves it as well - the drop-in film loading was her favorite feature since she'd always had trouble loading her older, traditional 35mm, and she's also enjoying the APS options. My dad has a little trouble with its small size, though, since the buttons are tiny and his bigger fingers and hands get in the way, so that's also something to think about. One other thing that is sometimes a little difficult is the pop-up flash, which can get caught on things, etc, but it's a minor thing, just something to pay attention to when you use the camera.Read more ›
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By "stein@aol.com" on June 21, 2000
One of the main reasons I first started to look into the Elph collection is that I needed a new camera, and the Elph was small enough to fit in all the places I like to keep my camera's in. Second, the amount of features was overwhelming; 2x zoom, four flash modes, drop in film, a timer, messege imprenting, date and time imprenting, and mid-roll change. After I had looked at it a little more, I decided to buy it. And, it was one of the less expensive Elph's. The camera works great, and the three different types of picture shapes (Paneramic, HDTV, and Classic) make taking pictures even easier. If you are considering buying a new camera, take a look at the Elph LT 260.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Paul Bobbitt on August 11, 2000
I'm consistantly amazed at what Canon can pack into such a small package. I took a Canon Elph Jr. with me to Rome in the fall of 1999, and the pictures it took are spectacular. This camera has the 2x zoom feature, but otherwise it's very similar. The APS photosystem is easy to use, and the index prints and negatives that stay in the canister are godsends for those of us who are less organized than some. I was particularly struck by the clarity of the photos, the richness of the colours, and the ease of use of the camera. While the 24mm APS format is smaller than the 35mm standard film, the resolution is still excellent. Far better than any digital camera under $1000. One of the most useful characteristics is the tiny size. No one believes this is a film camera when I show it to them. And because it fits anywhere, I take it with me in my napsack and shoot photos of anything I find interesting. (I think my friends have come to curse this feature!) Paired with a $100 flatbed scanner to scan photos for your web page, or to send via email, I think the Elphs offer a far better bargain than any digital camera or film camera available today.
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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 28, 2000
I bought this camera because my old Kodak Advantix stopped working. I loved the size and style of the Elph, but everytime I took a close-up photo, the camera defaulted to panoramic size. At first I thought the camera was defective, so I exchanged it for another one, and the same thing kept happening. I asked the developer, and they said it has nothing to do with the developing process. I am not sure if this is true or not, and Canon doesn't mention this default factor in the manual. After wasting several rolls of film, I finally returned the Elph and got another Kodak Advantix camera. The pictures that did develop normally were sharp and clear however, and I would have liked to keep the Elph if not for the unpredictability of the sizes that came out.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 28, 2003
I bought this camera for my hiking trip in New Zealand earlier this year. I was extremely pleased with it. It's small and convenient, and the pictures it took came out breathtaking! The flash is quite strong: this camera took great night pictures, even where other cameras failed! I also took pictures from airplains, through the glass, and most photos came out very good. Some (not all!) panoramic pictures aren't as sharp as one would ideally hope, but it also depended on how much I zoomed in. For those of you who are unsure whether the zoom feature is necessary, believe me, it is! The camera is very small, stylish and light, and everyone thinks it's a digital. Changing film was a breeze. I used this camera in some rugged conditions in the mountains, and it withstood the test. I wouldn't recommend using it when it rains, though; I don't think it's waterproof. The only thing I wasn't happy about was the fact that the cord attached to the camera was too short to put aroung my neck. This inconvenience can be easily overcome, though. (Also, I recommend using Kodak APS film and developing it at Kodak, using Perfect Touch.) All in all, a great camera, highly recommended, especially for scenic trips where you need to use the Panoramic viewer: you will be amazed at the quality of the pictures!
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