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Adding the Canon HS (High Sensitivity) system to the Ixus range, the Canon Ixus 220HS also has an ultra wide 5x zoom lens and Full HD movie recording, all in the characteristic sleek stainless steel Ixus body.
High Quality 5x Zoom with Image Stabilisation
The 5x zoom lens on the Ixus 220 HS covers the extra wide 24mm (equivalent) focal length. This is fantastic for dramatic landscapes and indoor group photos. For when you need to zoom in, the lens is equipped with optical image stabilisation to counter any shake that may cause blurred images.
HS (High Sensitivity) System
The Ixus 220 HS uses a High Sensitivity 12.1 Megapixel Sensor. This back-illuminated CMOS sensor is more efficient than conventional sensors allowing more light to be recorded. This gives less image noise and the ability to shoot better photos in low light.
Full HD Movies
Record movies in full 1080p HD quality with Optical Zoom, Dynamic IS and Stereo sound. Dynamic IS (image stabilisation) is enhanced image stabilisation and suited to the larger arm movements (wobble as well as shake) often encountered during movie recording. Also features HDMI connection with CEC for easy viewing on your HD TV and control using its remote.
2.7” Monitor with PureColor II G
The LCD monitor on this Ixus has a tempered glass layer giving excellent contrast and a wide viewing angle, even in bright ambient light.
32-Scene Smart Auto
The Smart Auto mode on most camera models has a collection of say 5 or 6 scenes which the camera chooses as most appropriate. The Ixus 220HS chooses from 32 modes, making sure that the camera settings are well matched to the scene you are shooting.
Creative Modes for Fun Shooting
The Ixus 220HS has a selection of creative modes which give particular special effects. These include a simulation of a fisheye lens, miniature effect and a toy camera effect.
High Speed Burst (up to 8 frames/sec) and Super Slow Motion Movie (up to 1/8 speed)
Movie Digest - stores the 4 seconds of movie data before the record button was pressed