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Much better than our previous camera (a Canon AS 3000 something-or-orther) that wasn't HD quality. With a large memory card, you shouldn't be disappointed. We do the majority of filming outside and have been extremely happy with the picture and sound.
Aug 24, 2013 by R. Oswald
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I have owned three different (tho similar) Canon cameras and each has a (slightly) different battery and charger... so be careful.
Aug 23, 2013 by UncleDenny
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I have a good copy of the Canon 330 and wrote a good review of it - and I still like it. - BUT - I bought it on sale on Amazon. Gradually the price has crepted up to almost double what I paid. At the current price point, I might try the Canon 340, the Casio ZR700, or the Panasonic ZS25 or ZS20. I think this camera is now on premium pricing. I would not pay more than $200 or, preferably $175 for it - especially with its continuing battery issues. You can do better.
Jul 18, 2014 by John McQuitty
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Hi, I am just an amateur photographer but, if it helps here is some info on the Canon PowerShot ELPH 330 HS. I will "assume" that the HS in the model number refers to High Speed and the specs lean in that direction. The 330 HS has a shutter speed of 1/2000th of a Second, the sensitivity has an Auto mode and manual of the ISO from 80 to 6400 in 1 step increments, there is a Hi-Speed Burst mode. In the Hi-Speed Burst mode the recording pixels are 1984x1488. The shutter speeds are sensitivity ranges are Not as great as some of the digital ie., DSLR's. I am still experimenting with my new camera and have not as yet taken a picture specifically requiring "Hi Speeds". Maybe someone more professional can translate the specs into your specific requirements . Good luck and I hope this helps. JH
Nov 3, 2013 by J. M. Hillyard
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I have silver and am very impressed with it, there was little difference in price when I purchased it. I could find no difference in the specs, so it must be the law of supply and demand.
Feb 15, 2014 by Alan C. Nash
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In Auto mode the Elph will do a fill flash when software determines it's needed. There are manual modes, but I haven't explored them because the software pretty much does all the composition work.
Apr 20, 2014 by jimbo92107
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I haven't tried it but I don't think it would work because the USB in camera is only for data transfer and would be connected to the memory card internally and not the battery.
Nov 13, 2013 by M. Mangla
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I have not but if this is your main reason for the camera I would not get this one. I noticed it does not have a sports setting. Also it depends on the environment you are shooting in, bright outdoors it will probably be okay but it has a small lens and sensor so i would not want to use it indoors. Also distance is important...closer the better.
Mar 22, 2014 by Ken
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YES We bought two of these batteries -It's important to have a spare.
3 days ago by car
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L P, Don't know for sure because I have not used my ELPH 330 to shoot video of a basketball game, but have been pleased with what the camera can do with people moving around, cars going by and a dog doing doggy things.
Jan 24, 2014 by Richard L. Steiner
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