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You do have to give it time to adjust, but it's not too bad. More information is available on http://techexperience.net/go/canon/
By Amazon Customer on May 29, 2016
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It's all relevant to the size of the ad card you put I'm it
By Rich on December 24, 2013
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Approximately 170-200 shots per fully charged battery. If you ever need to take more shots at any given time, the suggestion would be to carry with you an extra standard 3.6v lithium-ion battery. It is relatively inexpensive.
By mmk57 on September 18, 2012
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Sort of. You use the "Stitch Assist" feature in Program mode. You take one photo, then using the Stitch Assist prompts to line up the horizon, you take a second photo, then use the prompts to take a third. In your photo software program, you combine the 3 photos to make one panorama scene.
By Stepper on February 17, 2013
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Why YES, you certainly can. You use the MACRO mode (just push the round button at the 3 o'clock position to toggle between normal, horizon, and macro) and you can get as close as 1.5 inches. I use it for snapping the inside of pocket watches to show the movement in crisp detail, and the shots come out amazing. This is … see more Why YES, you certainly can. You use the MACRO mode (just push the round button at the 3 o'clock position to toggle between normal, horizon, and macro) and you can get as close as 1.5 inches. I use it for snapping the inside of pocket watches to show the movement in crisp detail, and the shots come out amazing. This is a great camera. I may buy a second as a backup for when I inevitably break this by dropping it or something else very stupid. (Ex: I put my last Canon Powershot, which I loved, through the wash by leaving it in my pants pocket! It still worked, but was very sluggish to open so I got this one and am VERY happy.) see less Why YES, you certainly can. You use the MACRO mode (just push the round button at the 3 o'clock position to toggle between normal, horizon, and macro) and you can get as close as 1.5 inches. I use it for snapping the inside of pocket watches to show the movement in crisp detail, and the shots come out amazing. This is a great camera. I may buy a second as a backup for when I inevitably break this by dropping it or something else very stupid. (Ex: I put my last Canon Powershot, which I loved, through the wash by leaving it in my pants pocket! It still worked, but was very sluggish to open so I got this one and am VERY happy.)
By Dr. Rob on July 7, 2014
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Remove battery to charge.
By Carly on July 23, 2014
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I'm very happy with my Canon Power Shot. Takes great pictures and stays in focus even in maximum zoom. Great little camera!
By Deedy on March 4, 2014
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The camera will limit video recording to 10 mins. However, if you immediately press record again you can resume recording right away, you can record an additional 10 mins and then fuse the 2 videos together using the editing software. You can repeat this process for as many times as you like.
By Miles M on March 21, 2013
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Use a Class 10 SD card.
By Stepper on November 13, 2013
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No, it is not waterproof. I got a waterproof pouch for it, but the lens would retract each time I turned it on and the
telescoping lens would hit the side of the clear pouch. :{

By Jill N. on January 4, 2016