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Capture sharp photos during your next vacation with this Canon PowerShot ELPH 360 digital camera, which features a 3" color LCD screen, so you can review your photos before sharing. The high-sensitivity CMOS sensor ensures clear images. ..
20.2-megapixel high-sensitivity CMOS sensor
Captures high-resolution images up to 5184 x 3888 pixels.
12x optical/4x digital zoom
For detailed image capture.
3" color LCD screen
Makes it easy to navigate menus and choose your desired settings.
Optical image stabilizer
Helps reduce image blur caused by camera shake. ISO up to 3200 provides enhanced images in low-light conditions.
Multiple shooting modes
Including creative shot, portrait, smile, wink self-timer, face self‐timer, burst, handheld night scene, low light, monochrome, super vivid, poster effect, fireworks, long shutter and more.
Built-in auto flash
With on, slow synchro and off options works under a variety of lighting conditions.
Special photo effects
Include fish-eye effect, miniature effect, toy camera effect and more.
A:AnswerI can tell you that I used this camera on vacation to Europe and I used the zoom feature a lot. I also do not have a steady hand. If the zoom is less than 25 times (the maximum) the stabilizer works really well. Once I tried to zoom to the maximum, I had a little trouble and had to rest my arms on a post or rail to steady the camera. I posted a close up of flowers on the slope of a glacier. The zoom was probably pretty close to 20X. I had an image that was zoomed into 25X where my arms rested on a rail. Unfortunately, the web site would not let me upload it as it was larger than 5MB. But it turned out very well. Hope this helps.
A:AnswerIt didn't come with one but I used my kindle cable and it worked fine. It also has its own wifi and an app with which you can upload to phone or computer over wifi without connecting with wire. Was not compatible with the latest apple OS.
A:AnswerYes.. I take a lot of pictures in dark areas (attic crawls etc) where there is little or no light, works great. I would say as a tip and if you seem to struggle with it, I suggest NOT using AUTO, I personally use SCN and select Indoors. I probably take several dozen pictures a day where there is little or no light. I have also taken lots of pictures at night with auto, it does a good job.