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The Camera Tough Enough for Your Next Adventure. For those with a taste for adventure, there s a camera as bold as the active life you lead. It s the Canon PowerShot D10. Waterproof, freezeproof and shockproof; it s tough enough to take what you dish out. Plus it s got all the high performance features you expect from a Canon digital camera. You ve got 12.1 megapixels of resolution plus all of Canon s powerful, state-of-the-art imaging technologies so you can capture your epic experiences in breathtaking color and awesome detail.
Canon PowerShot D10 / DIGITAL IXUS 90 Digital Camera
$349.99 - $359.00
pros: Pictures Quality, Shock proof and Water proof make it the perfect camera for outdoor.
cons: Size, TOO BULKY
If you dont care the size this is THE BEST CAMERA
I bought this camera 3 years ago, and Im really happy with it, usually when you plan to take picture... See Full Review
pros: Excellent and durable good camera
cons: size, could be smaller
This camera does exactly what is said in the summary about it! With its ruggedness and durability th... See Full Review
pros: Bright Screen, Good water seal,
cons: Can't optical zoom while shooting video
Canon PowerShot D10 great
We tried several underwater cameras for use in snorkeling and this was the best. First we tried digi... See Full Review
pros: Great Pictures, excellent battery life.
cons: Not at all water resistant. Large and bulky. Harder to use than the Olympus.
Canon Powershot D10
We purchased the Powershot D10 for a trip to Castaway Cay (Disney Cruise). After about 1... See Full Review
pros: It's tough camera and takes high quality pictures.
cons: The reaction time is a little slow compared to my digital SLR.
Great Little Camera
This is a great little camera. I bought it for a recent cruise because I wanted a waterpro... See Full Review
pros: Water, dust, cold and shock resistant.Very simple to use
cons: The flash is not great for moving/changing targets
It's a nice, tough camera.
I picked up a Canon Power Shot D10 today because my son really wants to take pictures but he can't h... See Full Review
|LCD Screen Size||2.5 in.|
|Camera Type||Micro Four Thirds / Prosumer|
|Image Resolutions||640 x 480|
|Camera Resolution||12.7 Megapixel|
|Image Sensor Type||CCD|
|Video Resolutions||320 x 240|
|Max Movie Length||Without Limit (Depends on the camera free memory size)|
|Video Speed||30 fps|
|Macro Focus Range||1.2 - 19.2 in. (w) / 12 - 19.2 in. (t)|
|Focus Range||12 in. to Infinity (w)|
|Focal Length||6.2 - 18.6 mm|
|Interchangeable Lens||Not Interchangeable Lenses|
|35mm Zoom Lens||35 - 105 mm|
|Shutter Speed||1/1500 - 15 sec|
|Frames Per Second||1.1 Frames|
|Aperture Range||f2.8/f4.9 (w/t)|
|Flash Functions||Flash Off|
|Self Timer||2 Sec.|
|Viewfinder / Display|
|LCD Screen Resolution||230,000 pixels|
|Display Type||With LCD Screen|
|LCD Protected Position||With LCD Protected Position|
|Video Interface||Video Out|
|Interface Type||USB 2.0|
|Battery Life||220 Images|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery|
|Operating System||Apple Mac OS 8|
|Release Date||May, 2009|
|Family Line||Canon IXUS|