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in my opinion no. But the camera didn't even last me a year. it had a horrible humming noise after a few months, and then the lens just broke and quit extending, and was clicking. This camera was just not worth the money i spent. My old one, the 110, has been around and working amazing for years now! For more informati… see more in my opinion no. But the camera didn't even last me a year. it had a horrible humming noise after a few months, and then the lens just broke and quit extending, and was clicking. This camera was just not worth the money i spent. My old one, the 110, has been around and working amazing for years now! For more information visit http://techexperience.net/go/canon/ see less
By Amazon Customer on May 29, 2016
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It has to be put in the charger to re- charge it
By Amazon Customer on January 1, 2015
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Used in its basic automatic setting, it is very easy to use. You will need to remove the battery to charge it, which I find inconvenient, but not difficult to do. This camera is small, so you might want to make sure she can handle it easily. If you take it out of manual mode, it can become quite a challenge, but leavin… see more Used in its basic automatic setting, it is very easy to use. You will need to remove the battery to charge it, which I find inconvenient, but not difficult to do. This camera is small, so you might want to make sure she can handle it easily. If you take it out of manual mode, it can become quite a challenge, but leaving it in auto mode, which is what I use 80% of the time, it is very simple to use. see less
By Dee N on July 28, 2014
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The Canon web site states that this camera will take 3.9 shots per second in P mode.
By Dennis L. Wichman on November 8, 2014
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I have been using a 64GB Class 10 SDXC since I bought my 300HS and it has also worked well in my 310HS and 330HS....I would assume it would work fine in the newer 340HS and will update this once I know for sure.
By BillsWebSpace on October 6, 2014
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In the menu, there's an option to turn on the date stamp.
By M Groff on September 28, 2014
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Did it say it came with a memory card?
By Bob Smith on March 5, 2015
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It has a High speed burst mode setting [10.5 shots per second] (within manual setting) however the quality is compromised and locked at 2304x1728 and cannot be changed. As you take more pictures the shooting may slow down.
There also is the standard continuous shooting mode [3.9 shots per second] (within auto). Essenti… see more
It has a High speed burst mode setting [10.5 shots per second] (within manual setting) however the quality is compromised and locked at 2304x1728 and cannot be changed. As you take more pictures the shooting may slow down.
There also is the standard continuous shooting mode [3.9 shots per second] (within auto). Essentially the same as above goes for this mode even though it is slower, you will be able to take pictures at a better resolution. see less

By Gi Fine on June 26, 2014
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There is a Canon CW app you need . I put it on IPad. Turn that on and there's a button to left of menu button. Turn on the button with the blue outline , and the camera and tablet or computer will sync and pictures will come off camera. I have to save ach image on IPad after. Have never used a computer for them. With m… see more There is a Canon CW app you need . I put it on IPad. Turn that on and there's a button to left of menu button. Turn on the button with the blue outline , and the camera and tablet or computer will sync and pictures will come off camera. I have to save ach image on IPad after. Have never used a computer for them. With my past cameras everything is so time consuming and hard for me to figure out. This one is done in a matter of a few minutes. see less
By Gloria on August 19, 2014
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Actually, it IS in the description: "Get the Complete HD Experience
Capture stunning 1080p Full HD video with a dedicated movie button
The PowerShot ELPH 340 HS not only preserves your memories in video with spectacular realism, but does it in a format that makes them easy to share. You can simply touch the dedicate… see more
Actually, it IS in the description: "Get the Complete HD Experience
Capture stunning 1080p Full HD video with a dedicated movie button
The PowerShot ELPH 340 HS not only preserves your memories in video with spectacular realism, but does it in a format that makes them easy to share. You can simply touch the dedicated movie button to start and stop video recording, so you're always ready to capture the moment as it happens. The camera records in stunningly realistic 1080p Full HD, so even when played back on a big-screen HDTV, your videos are crystal clear, with smooth action and beautifully natural color." see less

By David W. Batterson on August 11, 2014