configuration errors by using the System Configuration utility in Windows XP

 

Method 1: Diagnostic and Selection startup modes

Diagnostic startup

Diagnostic startup enables Windows to determine the basic device drivers and software to load when you start Windows. When you use this method, the system temporarily disables Microsoft services such as Networking, Plug and Play, Event Logging, and Error Reporting. Also, you permanently delete all restore points for the System Restore utility.

Note Do not use this method if you want to save your restore points for System Restore or if you must use a Microsoft service to test a problem.

To perform a diagnostic startup, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK.
  2. On the General tab, click Diagnostic Startup, and then click OK.
  3. Restart your computer.
If the problem does not occur, use Selective startup mode to try to find the problem by turning individual services and startup programs on or off.

Selective startup

Selective startup enables you to select the files and the settings that you want the computer to load when you restart the computer. Select from the following options:
  • Process System.ini File
  • Process Win.ini file
  • Load System Services
  • Load Startup Items
By default, no options are selected. The following actions apply to these options:
  • When you select the check box, the configuration file is processed when you restart the computer.
  • When you clear the check box, the configuration file is not processed when you restart the computer.
  • When the check box is selected, and you cannot select the check box because it appears dimmed, some items are still loading from that configuration file when you restart the computer.
  • When the check box is not selected, and you cannot select the check box because it appears dimmed, the configuration file is not present on the computer.
  • You cannot change the Use Original BOOT.INI option button.
Note When you clear the Load System Services check box, you disable Microsoft services such as Networking, Plug and Play, Event Logging, and Error Reporting. You also permanently delete all restore points for the System Restore utility. Do not clear this check box if you want to keep your restore points for System Restore, or if you have to use a Microsoft service to test a problem.

To perform a selective startup, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK.
  2. On the General tab, click Selective Startup.
  3. Select or clear the available settings.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Restart your computer.
  6. Repeat steps 1 through 5 until you find the problem.
Change individual file settings
If you know the different settings in each configuration file, you can enable or disable individual settings in the file that has the tab for that file in the System Configuration utility. To prevent individual items in a configuration file from loading when you restart your computer, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK.
  2. Click a tab: System.ini, Win.ini, Boot.ini, Services, or Startup.
  3. Select or clear the available settings.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Restart your computer.
  6. Repeat steps 1 through 5 until you find the problem.
System.ini and Win.ini options
The SYSTEM.INI and WIN.INI tabs in the System Configuration utility have the following options:
  • Check boxes enable you to enable or to disable an option. To enable an option so that it loads at startup, select the check box or select the option, and then click the Select button. To disable an option so that it does not load at startup, clear the check box or select the option, and then click the Disable button.
  • Move Up and Move Down buttons enable you to move through the different options when you do not have a mouse.
  • The New button enables you to create a new entry in the System.ini or in the Win.ini file. Click the button, and type your entry.
  • The Edit button enables you to edit an existing line in the System.ini or in the Win.ini file. Click the button, and edit the line.
When a check box is unavailable on the SYSTEM.INI and WIN.INI tabs, the System Configuration utility temporarily removed the lines.

Note When you click to clear a check box for an item or a line, the Selective Startup option on the General tab is automatically selected.
Manually extract a file
If you have to fix a corrupted file, extract the individual Windows file from the CAB files. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK.
  2. On the General tab, click Expand File.
  3. In the File to restore box, type the name of the file that you want to restore.
  4. In the Restore from box, type the path of the Windows XP .cab file from which you want to restore the file. Or, click Browse From to locate the Windows XP .cab file.

    Note The Windows XP .cab files are stored in the I386 folder on the Windows XP installation CD.
  5. In the Save file in box, type the path of the folder to which you want to extract the new file. Or, click Browse To to locate the folder that you want.
  6. Click Expand.
  7. In the System Configuration Utility dialog box, click OK. If you are prompted to restart the computer, click Restart.
Return to normal startup
After you complete your troubleshooting and fix your configuration, return to a normal startup. Follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK.
  2. On the General tab, click Normal startup.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Restart your computer.

Method 2: System restore

You can use the System Configuration utility to perform a system restore. There are three possible restore points:
  • System checkpoints that Windows schedules
  • Manual restore points that you specify with the System Configuration utility
  • Installation restore points that occur before you install a program or a service
You can use the system checkpoints or the installation restore points to restore your computer's settings to a date when it operated correctly. This may also help determine the cause of the configuration error.

To perform a system restore, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK.
  2. On the General tab, click Launch System Restore.
  3. Select Restore my computer to an earlier time, and then click Next.
  4. Calendar dates in bold are possible restore points. Click the most recent one to view system restore information.
  5. Select a system checkpoint or an installation restore point, and then click Next.
  6. Close all other programs.
  7. To start the system restore, click Next.
  8. Your computer restarts.
  9. Repeat steps 1 through 8 until you fix your configuration issue.

Device Conflicts with Device Manager



To start Device Manager:
  1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
  2. Click Performance and Maintenance, and then click System.
  3. Click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.

Troubleshooting Information


  • If there is a problem with a device, it is listed in the hardware tree. Also, the problem device has a symbol that indicates the type of problem:

    • A black exclamation point (!) on a yellow field indicates the device is in a problem state. Note that a device that is in a problem state can be functioning.
    • A problem code explaining the problem is displayed for the device.
    • A red "X" indicates a disabled device. A disabled device is a device that is physically present in the computer and is consuming resources, but does not have a protected-mode driver loaded.
    • A blue "i" on a white field on a device resource in Computer properties indicates that the Use automatic settings feature is not selected for the device and that the resource was manually selected. Note that this does not indicate a problem or disabled state.
    • A green question mark "?" in Device Manager means that a compatible driver for this device is installed, indicating the possibility that all of the functionality may not be available. Note that this applies only to Windows Millennium Edition (Me).
    NOTE: Some sound cards and video adapters do not report all of the resources that they use to Windows. This can cause Device Manager to show only one device in conflict, or no conflicts at all. This can be verified by disabling the sound card, or by using the standard VGA video driver to see if the conflict is resolved. Note that this is a known problem with S3 video adapters and 16-bit Sound Blaster sound cards, or those sound cards that are using Sound Blaster emulation for Sound Blaster compatibility.
  • When you double click a specific device in Device Manager, you see a property sheet. The property sheet has a General tab.

    NOTE: Some devices may have other tabs besides the General tab. Not all property sheets have the same tabs; some devices may have a Resources tab, Driver tab, and Settings tab, or some combination of these.

    At the top of the property sheet, there is a description of the device. When you click the Resources tab, the window in the middle of the tab indicates which resource types are available for the selected device.

    The list box at the bottom contains a Conflicting device list. This list indicates a conflict with an error code.
  • Note the Use automatic settings check box. If Windows successfully detects a device, this check box is selected, and the device should function correctly. However, if the resource settings are based on Basic Configuration (where is any number from 0 to 9), it may be necessary to change the configuration by selecting a different basic configuration from the list. If the particular configuration you want for the device is not listed as a basic configuration, it may be possible to click the Change
    Setting
    button to manually adjust the resource values.

    For example, to edit the Input/Output Range setting:
    1. Click the Use automatic settings check box to clear it.
    2. Click Change Setting.
    3. Click the appropriate I/O range for the device.
NOTE: To disable a device in Device Manager, right-click the device, and then click Disable.

If the issue continues to occur, you may need to contact the manufacturer of your computer or motherboard to inquire about how to obtain and install a BIOS update for your computer.

perform clean-boot troubleshooting for Windows 2000

o perform clean-boot troubleshooting, it is necessary to make changes and restart the computer several times to determine if the problem is with something in the operating system environment and, if this is the case, what specific component.

The overall structure of clean-boot troubleshooting that is presented in this article is categorized in the following way:
  1. Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking Support
  2. Removing Registry Entries
  3. Testing User Profiles
  4. Disabling Third-Party Services
  5. Uninstalling Programs

Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking Support

The first step to troubleshoot potential environmental issues is to start in Safe mode or in Safe mode with networking support. If the issue is with a program that does not depend on network connectivity, Safe mode is appropriate. If the issue is with a network program, and you are using a network adapter to connect to a network, Safe mode with networking support may let you test the networking program, including browser issues.

Note You cannot use Safe mode with networking support when you use a modem or PC Card connection to a network, because modem drivers and PC Card drivers do not load in Safe mode or in Safe mode with networking support.

To start in Safe mode, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, and then click Shut Down.
  2. Click Restart, and then click OK.
  3. As the computer restarts, press F8.
  4. Select Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking, and then press ENTER.
If you start in Safe mode or in Safe mode with networking support, and you can perform an operation normally, one with which you were previously experiencing issues, the issue is most likely due to an issue with the environment. Refer to the "Removing Registry Entries" section in this article for information about how to determine what program components may be causing the issue.

Note: You may not be able to test some operations in Safe mode because not all services and devices load in Safe mode or Safe mode with networking support. For example, you cannot test multimedia issues that involve sound, or suspend or hibernate issues in Safe mode. Also, any network programs that rely on the Remote Procedure Call Subsystem (RpcSS) do not work because the RpcSS service does not load in Safe mode with networking support.

If you boot into Safe mode or Safe mode with networking support and the issue still occurs, there may still be an environmental issue; many Function or Filter drivers installed by third-party software may still load in Safe mode.

Therefore, it may be necessary to take an additional step to test and remove third-party drivers in Safe mode.

Removing Registry Entries

If you no longer encounter problems running programs in Safe mode, the issue is mostly likely due to programs that are loading while the Windows 2000 computer is booting.

Programs that are a part of the boot process for Windows 2000 are generally added to one of the following locations:
  • The Startup folder under the Programs menu.
  • The Run line for all users in the registry.
  • The Run line for particular users in the registry.
  • The "load" entry for all users in the registry.
Note: Because the registry is the location for all computer and program settings for Windows 2000, it is necessary to make a backup of the registry and particular registry entries in case you are no longer able to boot after editing the registry.

To back up the Windows 2000 registry:
  1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click Backup.
  2. On the General tab, click Emergency Repair Disk and follow the provided directions.
The Startup folder icons are loaded from two locations. To remove these entries:
  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Taskbar and Start Menu Properties.
  2. On the Advanced tab, click Advanced.
  3. Open the Startup folder for the user account with which you logged on, and then click Cut on the Edit menu.
  4. Create a SysDriversBak folder, create a UserStartup folder under the folder, open the UserStartup folder, and then click Paste.
  5. Repeat steps 1 through 2 and navigate to the All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup folder.
  6. Click Cut on the Edit menu, navigate to the SysDriversBak folder, create an AllUsersStartup folder, and then click Paste.
To remove values for the Run line in the registry for all users:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
  2. Navigate to the following registry key:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
  3. Open the Run key and note the entries on the right pane.
  4. For each value except for the Default value, click the value, click Export Registry File on the Registry menu, navigate to the SysDriversBak folder, and then save the file using the following naming convention
    HKLMRun_(valuename)
    where (valuename) is the name of the value that you are exporting.
  5. Click Delete on the Edit menu.
  6. Repeat these steps for each value under the Run key.
  7. Check the related RunOnce and RunOnceEx keys to see if a program was not completely installed and repeat steps 3 through 5, except that you need to change the naming convention to reflect RunOnce or RunOnceEx.
To remove values for the Run line in the registry for the user account with which you are logged on as:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
  2. Navigate to the following registry key:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
  3. Open the Run key.
  4. Highlight the first value below Default (value not set), click the value, click Export Registry File on the Registry menu, navigate to the SysDriversBak folder, and then save the file using the following naming convention:
    HKCURun_(valuename)
    where (valuename) is the name of the value that you are exporting.
  5. Click Delete on the Edit menu.
  6. Repeat these steps for each value under the Run key.
  7. Check the related RunOnce key to see if a program was not completely installed and repeat steps 3 through 5, except that you need to change the naming convention to reflect RunOnce.
To remove value data under "load":
  1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
  2. Navigate to the following registry key:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows
  3. If the value "load" (without quotation marks) has any value data, click Export Registry File on the Registry menu, navigate to the SysDriversBak folder and save the file as HKCUload.
  4. Double-click the "load" value and clear the value data.
  5. When you have completed these steps, restart your computer, and test.
If the problem no longer occurs, then you should merge the values in the following suggested order:
  1. Startup icons from both the All Users group and the user account with which you log on
  2. HKCURun_ values
  3. HKLMRun_ values
  4. HKCUload
To add the icons for the Startup menu:
  1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Windows Explorer.
  2. Navigate to the SysDriversBak folder that you created earlier, open the AllUsersStartup folder, click Select All, and then click Copy on the Edit menu.
  3. Navigate to the following folder, and then click Paste:
    \Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
  4. Navigate to SysDriversBak\UserStartup folder, and then click Copy on the Edit menu.
  5. Navigate to the following folder, and then click Paste:
    \Documents and Settings\username\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
    where username is the name of the user that you have logged on as.
  6. Restart your computer and test.

Testing User Profiles

Sometimes, a user's specific information may be corrupted, but other users on the same computer may have no problem. To determine if this is the case, log on as a new user or create a new user account, and then test it.

Note: Sometimes, a program may work correctly when you log on with the default Administrator account only. Older programs may have this problem.

If the default Administrator profile becomes corrupt, you need to reinstall Windows 2000 to correct this problem.

All user-specific configuration information (which is displayed in Registry Editor as HKEY_CURRENT_USER) is stored in the Ntuser.dat file in the \Documents and Settings\username folder.

Disabling Third-Party Services

It is sometimes necessary to disable third-party services that are installed to eliminate problems. Safe mode and Safe mode with Networking do not load third-party services, so if Safe mode works, the problem may be due to a third-party service that is loading.

The following table is a partial list of core operating system services that load; however, this varies according to the services that are installed and the version of Windows 2000 that is in use:

How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" state

There are two methods to start Windows XP by using a clean boot:
  • Method 1: Use the Guided Help
  • Method 2: Manually starting XP with a clean boot (advanced user only)
Start with the first method. If it does not work and you are comfortable trying a more advanced method, try the second.

Method 1: Guided Help

Before you start

Before you start to install and use Guided Help:
  • You must be running Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Media Center Edition, or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition to install Guided Help.
  • You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group to configure Windows XP to start by using a clean boot.
For more information about how to log on to Windows, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
321305  (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321305/ ) How to log on to Windows XP if you forget your password or your password expires 
 

Method 2: Manually starting XP with a clean boot (advanced user only)

This section is intended for advanced computer users. If you are not comfortable with advanced troubleshooting, you might want to ask someone for help or contact Support. For information about how to contact Microsoft support, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/ (http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/)
To manually start Windows XP with a clean boot, follow these steps:

Step 1: Start the System Configuration Utility

  1. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK.
  2. The System Configuration Utility dialog box is displayed.

Step 2: Configure selective startup options

  1. In the System Configuration Utility dialog box, click the General tab, and then click Selective Startup.
  2. Click to clear the Process SYSTEM.INI File check box.
  3. Click to clear the Process WIN.INI File check box.
  4. Click to clear the Load Startup Items check box. Verify that Load System Services and Use Original BOOT.INI are checked.
  5. Click the Services tab.
  6. Click to select the Hide All Microsoft Services check box.
  7. Click Disable All, and then click OK.
  8. When you are prompted, click Restart to restart the computer.

Step 3: Log on to Windows

  1. If you are prompted, log on to Windows.
  2. When you receive the following message, click to select the Don't show this message or launch the System Configuration Utility when Windows start check box, and then click OK.

    Notes
    • You have used the System Configuration Utility to make changes to the way Windows starts.
    • The System Configuration Utility is currently in Diagnostic or Selective Startup mode, causing this message to be displayed and the utility to run every time Windows starts.
    • Choose the Normal Startup mode on the General tab to start Windows normally and undo the changes you made using the System Configuration Utility.

Step 4: Optional step to disable features

If the clean boot fixed the error, you do not have to perform this step.

Important If your problem is not fixed and you do have to follow this step, it permanently removes all restore points from your computer. The System Restore feature uses restore points to restore your computer to an earlier state. If you remove the restore points, you can no longer restore Windows to an earlier state.

This step temporarily disables Microsoft features such as Plug and Play, networking, event logging, and error reporting.
  1. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig, and then click OK.
    The System Configuration Utility dialog box is displayed.
  2. Click the General tab, click to clear the Load System Services check box, and then click OK.
  3. When you are prompted, click Restart to restart the computer.
If these steps helped you start your computer in a clean-boot state, you are finished. If these steps did not help, go to the “Next Steps” section. If you have to return your computer to a normal startup state, go to “Steps to configure Windows to use a Normal startup state”.

Steps to configure Windows to use a Normal startup state

After you used the clean boot to resolve your problem, you can follow these steps to configure Windows XP to start normally.
  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. Type msconfig, and then click OK.
    The System Configuration Utility dialog box is displayed.
  3. Click the General tab, click Normal Startup - load all device drivers and services, and then click OK.
  4. When you are prompted, click Restart to restart the computer.
 

Canon PowerShot SX210 IS Review

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Specifications

Type
Compact digital still camera with built-in flash, 14x Optical/4x Digital/56x Combined Zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer System

Image Capture Device

Type
14.1 Megapixel, 1/2.3-inch type Charge Coupled Device (CCD)
Total Pixels
Approx. 14.5 Megapixels
Effective Pixels
Approx. 14.1 Megapixels

Lens

Focal Length
5.0 (W) - 70.0 (T) mm (35mm film equivalent: 28 - 392mm)
Digital Zoom
4x
Focusing Range
2.0 in (5cm) - infinity (W), 3.3 ft (1m) - infinity (T)
Macro: 2.0 in - 1.6 ft (5 - 50cm) (W)
Autofocus System
TTL Autofocus, Manual focus

Viewfinders

Optical Viewfinder
N/A
LCD Monitor
3.0-inch TFT color LCD widescreen with wide viewing angle
LCD Pixels
Approx. 230,000 pixels
LCD Coverage
Approx. 100%

Aperture and Shutter

Maximum Aperture
f/3.1 (W) - f/5.9 (T)
Shutter Speed
1 - 1/3200 sec.
15 - 1/3200 sec. (Total shutter speed range); Long Shutter operates with noise reduction when manually set at 1.3 - 15 sec.

Exposure Control

Sensitivity
Auto, ISO 80/100/200/400/800/1600 equivalent (Standard output sensitivity. Recommended exposure index)
Light Metering Method
Evaluative*, Center-weighted average, Spot**
* Facial brightness is evaluated in Face Detection AF
** Metering frame is fixed to the center
Exposure Control Method
Manual Exposure, i-Contrast, Program Shift, Safety Shift; AE Lock
Exposure Compensation
+/-2 stops in 1/3-stop increments

White Balance

White Balance Control
Auto*, Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Fluorescent H, Custom
* Facial color is evaluated in Face Detection AF

Flash

Built-in Flash
Auto, Manual (3 levels), Red-eye Reduction, Auto Red-eye Correction, Flash On, Flash Off; FE Lock, Safety FE, Slow Synchro
Flash Range
12 in. - 11.5 (W), 3.3 - 6.6 ft (T), 75 cm - 3.5 m (W), (1.0 - 2.0m, (T))
  • Image brightness may diminish depending on the shooting distance Recycling Time
    10 sec. or less (battery voltage: 3.7 V)
    Flash Exposure Compensation
    +/-2 stops in 1/3-stop increments

    Shooting Specifications

    Shooting Modes
    Auto*, P, Tv, Av, M, Easy, Portrait, Landscape, Night Snapshot, Kids & Pets, Indoor, SCN**

  • *Automatically detects shooting scene

  • ** Smart Shutter (Smile, Wink Self-timer, Face Detection Self-timer), Low Light, Color Accent, Color Swap, Fisheye Effect, Miniature Effect, Beach, Foliage, Snow, Fireworks, Stitch Assist

  • Photo Effects
    My Colors Off, Vivid, Neutral, Sepia, Black & White, Positive Film, Lighter Skin Tone, Darker Skin Tone, Vivid Blue, Vivid Green, Vivid Red, Custom Color *
    * Adjustment of contrast sharpness, saturation, red, green, blue and skin tone are available
    Self Timer
    Approx. 10-sec. delay/approx. 2-sec. delay/custom*
    * Shooting start time (0-10 sec. (in one-second increments), 15/20/30 sec.) number of shots (1-10 shots (in one-shot increments)) can be specified.
    Wireless Control
    N/A
    Continuous Shooting
    Normal: approx. 0.7 fps; AF: approx. 0.5 fps; LV: approx. 0.5 fps; Low Light: 2.6 fps

    Image Storage

    Storage Media
    SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card, MultiMediaCard, MMC Plus Card, HC MMC Plus Card
    File Format
    Design rule for Camera File System, DPOF (Version 1.1) compliant
    Image Recording Format
    Normal, Fine
    JPEG Compression Mode
    Still Image: Exif 2.2 (JPEG)
    Movie: MOV (Image: H.264; Audio: Linear PCM (Stereo))
    Number of Recording Pixels
    Still Image: 4,320 x 3,240 (Large), 3,456 x 2,592 (Medium 1), 2,592 x 1,944 (Medium 2), 1,600 x 1,200 (Medium 3/Date Stamp), 640 x 480 (Small), 4,320 x 2,432 (Widescreen), 2144 x 1,608 (Low Light)
    Movies: Standard, Color Accent, Color Swap: 1280 x 720 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps), 320 x 240 (30 fps); 4GB or approx. 29 min. 59 sec. (HD), 60 min. (SD) per clip

    Number of Recordable Images

    Image data
     Large (L)Medium 1 (M1)Medium 2 (M2)Medium 3 (M3)
    FNFNFNFN
    File Size (KB)3,5971,7192,3021,1001,395695558278
    4GB1,0582,1941,6523.3522,6815,2476,35212,069
    16GB4,3348,9856,76913,72710,98121,48626,01049,420

      Small (S)Widescreen (W)Widescreen (W)
    FNFNFN
    File Size (KB)150842,7001,291990495
    4GB20,11630,1741,4032,8733,7717,099
    16GB82,367123,5505,74611,76615,44329,070

    Time of Recordable Movies

    Movie data
     High DefinitionStandard Definition
    HD: 1,280 x 720640 x 480320 x 240
    30 fps*30 fps*30 fps*
    Movie size (KB/sec.)3,0571,417495
    4GB20 min. 43 sec.43 min. 43 sec.1 hr. 58 min. 19 sec.
    16GB1 hr. 24 min. 54 sec.2 hr. 59 min. 3 sec.8 hr. 4 min. 30 sec.
    *Actual frame rate is 29.97 fps

    Note: N=Normal F=Fine
    Storage Capacity varies depending on camera settings. This data is estimated from Canon's standard shooting conditions. Figures for Movie Mode represent total capacity of the particular media.

    Playback Specifications

    Playback Modes File
    - Easy, Auto Rotate (Automatic vertical/horizontal detection), Resume Playback, Image Advance (Operation Tools, Transition effects, Scroll Display, Active Display), Rotate, Favorites, My Category, Jump, Smart Shuffle, Filter Playback, Slide Show (Playback Interval, Repeat, Effect, Playlist)
    - Still Image: Single, Magnification (approx. 2x-10x), Jump, Auto Rotate, Rotate, Resume, My Colors, My Category, Transition Effects, Histogram, Overexposure Warning, Index (4-130 thumbnails), Slide Show, Red-eye Correction, Trimming, Resize, i-Contrast, Easy, Edit and Resume
    - Movies: Normal Playback*, slow motion**, pause, first frame, last frame, next frame, previous frame, fast forward, fast rewind, editing, resume
    * Auto settings available in 5 levels
    ** 5 levels (including normal playback), sound not available.

    Erasing Specifications

    Erase Modes
    Select image, all images
  • The image data in the memory cared stored with the Design rule for Camera File systems format can be erased (however, protected images cannot be erased).Using the Movie editing function, sections of the movie (1 sec. increments) can be deleted.

  • Interfaces

    Computer Interface
    USB 2.0 Hi-Speed (mini-B jack)
    Video Out
    NTSC/PAL (dedicated connector (female) with unified type of digital, audio and video)
    Audio Out
    Stereo (dedicated connector (female) with unified type of digital, audio and video)
    Other
    SD memory card slot; direct connection to Canon SELPHY, PIXMA Photo Printers & PictBridge compatible printers
    Power Supply
    1. Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery NB-5L
    2. AC Adapter Kit ACK-DC30 (optional)Approx. 260 shotsApprox. 6 hours
    Power Source
    1. Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery NB-5L
    2. AC Adapter Kit ACK-DC30 (optional)
    Shooting Capacity
    Approx. 260 shots
    Playback Time
    Approx. 6 hours

    Physical Specifications

    Operating Temperature
    32-104°F/0-40°C
    Operating Humidity
    10-90%
    Dimensions (W x H x D)
    4.17 x 2.33 x 1.26 in./105.8 x 59.3 x 31.9mm
    Weight
    Approx. 7.58 oz./215g (including battery and memory card)
    26 display languages provided (English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Simplified/Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Korean, Greek, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Thai, Arabic, Romanian, Ukrainian, Farsi)All data are based on Canon's Standard Test Method. Subject to change without notice.
    Canon, DIGIC, ELPH, PIXMA, and PowerShot and SELPHY are registered trademarks of Canon Inc. in the United States and may also be registered trademarks or trademarks in other countries. Microsoft, Windows and Windows Vista are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Mac is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. All other products and brand names are registered trademarks, trademarks or service marks of their respective owners in the United States and/or other countries.

    Canon PowerShot SX30 IS Review


    Specifications

    Type
    Compact digital still camera with built-in flash, 35x Optical/4x Digital/140x Combined Zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer System

    Image Capture Device

    Type
    14.1 Megapixel, 1/2.3-inch type Charge Coupled Device (CCD)

    Total Pixels
    Approx. 14.5 Megapixels

    Effective Pixels
    Approx. 14.1 Megapixels

    Lens

    Focal Length
    35x zoom: 4.3 (W) - 150.5 (T) mm (35mm film equivalent: 24 (W) - 840 (T) mm)

    Digital Zoom
    4x

    Focusing Range
    Auto: 0 in./0 cm - infinity (W), 4.6 ft./1.4 m - infinity (T); Normal: 2.0 in./ 5 cm - infinity (W), 4.6 ft./1.4 m - infinity (T); Macro: 0 in. - 1.6 ft./ 0 - 50 cm (W) Manual Focus: 0 in./0 cm - infinity (W), 4.6 ft./1.4 m - infinity (T)

    Autofocus System
    TTL Autofocus, manual focus

    Viewfinders

    Optical Viewfinder
    Electronic Viewfinder available

    LCD Monitor
    2.7-inch TFT color LCD (Vari-angle type with wide viewing angle)

    LCD Pixels
    Approx. 230,000 pixels

    LCD Coverage
    Approx. 100%

    Aperture and Shutter

    Maximum Aperture
    f/2.7 (W) - f/5.8 (T)
    - The following f/numbers are available in Av or M:
    W: f/2.7, 3.2, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0, 5.6, 6.3, 7.1, 8.0
    T: f/5.8, 6.3, 7.1, 8.0

    Shutter Speed
    1 - 1/3200 sec.
    15 - 1/3200 sec. (Total shutter speed range)
    - Shutter speeds differs depending on the shooting mode.
    - Shutter speeds available in Tv and M:
    15, 13, 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3.2, 2.5, 2, 1.6, 1.3, 1, 0.8, 0.6, 0.5, 0.4, 0.3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10, 1/13, 1/15, 1/20, 1/25, 1/30, 1/40, 1/50, 1/60, 1/80, 1/100, 1/125, 1/160, 1/200, 1/250, 1/320, 1/400, 1/500, 1/640, 1/800, 1/1000, 1/1250, 1/1500, 1/1600, 1/2000, 1/2500, 1/3200 (Units: sec.)

    Exposure Control

    Sensitivity
    Auto, ISO 80/100/200/400/800/1600 equivalent (Camera automatically sets the optimal ISO speed according to shooting mode.)

    Light Metering Method
    Evaluative*, Center-weighted average, Spot** * Control to incorporate facial brightness in Face Detection AF ** Metering frame is fixed to the center *2 Fixed to center

    Exposure Control Method
    AE Lock

    Exposure Compensation
    +/-2 stops in 1/3-stop increments

    White Balance

    White Balance Control
    Auto*, Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Fluorescent H, Flash, Custom *Facial color is evaluated in Face AiAF.

    Flash

    Built-in Flash
    Auto, Red-eye Reduction, Auto Red-eye Correction, Flash On, Flash Off; FE lock, Slow Synchro, Smart Flash

    Flash Range
    1.6 - 19 ft. (W), 4.6 - 9.2 ft. (T), (50 cm - 5.8 m (W), 1.4 - 2.8 m (T))

    Recycling Time
    10 sec. or less (battery voltage=7.4V)

    Flash Exposure Compensation
    +/-2 stops in 1/3-stop increments

    Shooting Specifications

    Shooting Modes
    Smart AUTO, P, Tv, Av, M, C1, C2, Portrait, Landscape, Sports, SCN*1, Movie*2
    *1Smart Shutter*3, Low Light, Super Vivid, Poster Effect, Color Accent, Color Swap, Fisheye Effect, Miniature Effect, Beach, Foliage, Snow, Fireworks, Stitch Assist
    *2Smart AUTO available
    *3 Smile, Wink, Self-timer, Face Self-timer

    Photo Effects
    My Colors
    My Colors Off, Vivid, Neutral, Sepia, Black & White, Positive Film, Lighter Skin Tone, Darker Skin Tone, Vivid Blue, Vivid Green, Vivid Red, Custom Color*
    * Adjustment of contrast, sharpness, saturation, red, green, blue and skin tone are available

    Self Timer
    Custom*/approx. 10-sec. delay/approx. 2-sec. delay * Delay time (0 - 10 sec. (in one-second increments), 20/25/30 sec.) and number of shots (1 - 10 shots (in one-shot increments)) can be specified.

    Wireless Control
    Not available

    Continuous Shooting
    Normal: Approx. 1.3 shots/sec. (when shooting in P mode), Approx. 3.6 shots/sec. (when shooting in Low Light mode)
    AF: Approx. 0.6 shots/sec. (when shooting in P mode), Approx. 1.0 shots/sec. (when shooting in Low Light mode)
    LV: Approx. 0.6 shots/sec. (when shooting in P mode), Approx. 1.1 shots/sec. (when shooting in Low Light mode)
    - Under conditions where the flash does not fire automatically.
    - Differs depending on the zoom position.

    Image Storage

    Storage Media
    SD/SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Memory Card, MultiMediaCard, MMC Plus Card, HC MMC Plus Card

    File Format
    Design rule for camera file system, DPOF Version 1.1 compliant

    Image Recording Format
    Normal, Fine

    Number of Recording Pixels
    Still Image: 4320 x 3240 (Large), 3072 x 2304 (Medium 1), 1600 x 1200 (Medium 2)*, 640 x 480 (Small), 3744 x 2104 (Widescreen), * Same as when shooting in Low Light

    Number of Recordable Images

    Image data

    Large (L) Medium 1 (M1)
    Large (L) Medium 1 (M1) Medium 2 (M2)
    F N F N F N
    File Size (KB) 3,597 1,719 1,897 902 558 278
    4GB 1,058 2,194 1,978 4,022 6,352 12,069
    16GB 4,334 8,985 8,101 16,473 26,010 49,420

    Small (S) Widescreen (W) Low Light (M)
    F N F N F N
    File Size (KB) 150 84 2,024 968 558 278
    4GB 20,116 30,174 1,856 3,771 6,352 12,069
    16GB 82,367 123,550 7,602 15,443 26,010 49,420

    Back to TopTime of Recordable Movies

    Movie data

    Standard, Color Accent, Color Swap
    HD: 1280 x 720 640 x 480 320 x 240
    30 fps 30 fps 30 fps
    Video size (KB/sec.) 3,054 1,416 495
    4GB 20 min.
    43 sec.
    43 min.
    43 sec.
    1 hr. 58 min.
    19 sec.
    16GB 1 hr. 24 min.
    54 sec.
    2 hr. 59 min.
    03 sec.
    8 hr. 04 min.
    30 sec.

    Miniature Effect

    HD: 1280 x 720

    640 x 480
    5x 10x 20x 5x 10x 20x
    6 fps 3 fps 1.5 fps 6 fps 3 fps 1.5 fps
    Video size
    (KB/sec.)
    573 287 143 246 123 61
    4GB 1 hr. 45 min. 52 sec. 3 hr. 21 min. 09 sec. 5 hr. 35 min.
    16 sec.
    3 hr. 43 min.
    30 sec.
    6 hr. 42 min.
    20 sec.
    11 hr. 10 min.
    33 sec.
    16GB 7 hr. 13 min.
    30 sec.
    13 hr. 43 min.
    40 sec.
    22 hr. 52 min.
    47 sec.
    15 hr. 15 min.
    11 sec.
    27 hr. 27 min.
    20 sec.
    45 hr. 45 min.
    35 sec.
    Note: N=Normal F=Fine
    Storage Capacity varies depending on camera settings. This data is estimated from Canon's standard shooting conditions. Figures for Movie Mode represent total capacity of the particular media.

    Playback Specifications

    Playback Modes File
    - Easy, Auto Rotate (Automatic vertical/horizontal detection), Resume Playback, Image Advance (Operation Tools, Transition effects, Scroll Display), Rotate, Favorites, My Category, Jump, Slide Show (Playback Interval, Repeat, Effect, Playlist), Smart Shuffle - Still Images: Single, Index, Magnification, Trimming, Resize, Focus Check, Histogram, Overexposure Warning. - Videos: Normal Playback*, Editing, slow motion **, pause, first frame, last frame, next frame, previous frame, fast forward, fast rewind * Auto settings available in 5 levels ** 5 levels (including normal playback), sound not available.

    Erasing Specifications

    Erase Modes
    Still Image: single image, select range, all images Video: any video file

    Interfaces

    Computer Interface
    USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB (dedicated female connector with unified type of digital, audio and video) *2 mini-B compatible.

    Video Out
    Analog: NTSC/PAL, digital: HDMI mini connector

    Audio Out
    Stereo

    Other
    Memory card slot; direct connection to Canon SELPHY Compact Photo Printers, PIXMA Inkjet Photo Printers and PictBridge-compatible printers via camera's USB 2.0 Hi-Speed cable

    Power Supply
    1. Battery Pack NB-7L
    2. AC Adapter Kit ACK-DC50 Approx. 400 shots (electronic viewfinder) Approx. 370 shots (LCD monitor) Approx. 10 hours

    Power Source
    1. Battery Pack NB-7L
    2. AC Adapter Kit ACK-DC50

    Shooting Capacity
    Approx. 400 shots (electronic viewfinder) Approx. 370 shots (LCD monitor)

    Playback Time
    Approx. 10 hours

    Physical Specifications

    Operating Temperature
    32-104°F/0-40°C

    Operating Humidity
    10-90%

    Dimensions (W x H x D)
    4.84 x 3.64 x 4.24 in. / 122.9 x 92.4 x 107.7mm
    - CIPA compliant

    Weight
    Approx. 21.2 oz. / 601g (camera, including batteries and memory card)

    Note: 26 display languages provided (English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Korean, Greek, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Thai, Arabic, Romanian, Ukrainian, Farsi). All data are based on Canon's Standard Test Method. Subject to change without notice. Canon, DIGIC, PIXMA and PowerShot are registered trademarks of Canon Inc. in the United States and may also be registered trademarks or trademarks in other countries. Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Mac is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. All other products and brand names are registered trademarks, trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.

    PowerShot SX230 HS Review

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    Specifications

    Type
    Compact digital still camera with built-in flash, 14x Optical & 4x Digital and 56x Combined Zoom and Optical Image Stabilizer

    Image Capture Device

    Type
    12.1 Megapixel, 1/2.3-inch CMOS

    Total Pixels
    Approx. 12.8 Megapixels

    Effective Pixels
    Approx. 12.1 Megapixels

    Lens

    Focal Length
    5.0 (W) - 70.0 (T) mm (35mm film equivalent: 28 - 392mm)

    Digital Zoom
    4x

    Focusing Range
    Normal AF: 2.0 in (5cm) - infinity (W), 3.3 ft (1m) - infinity (T)?
    Macro AF: 2.0 in - 1.6 ft (5-50cm) (W)

    Autofocus System
    TTL Autofocus, Manual Focus

    Viewfinders

    Optical Viewfinder
    N/A

    LCD Monitor
    3.0-inch TFT LCD with wide viewing angle

    LCD Pixels
    Approx. 461,000 dots

    LCD Coverage
    Approx. 100%

    Aperture and Shutter

    Maximum Aperture
    f/3.1 (W) - f/5.9 (T)

    Shutter Speed
    1-1/3200 sec.
    15-1/3200 sec. (Total shutter speed range)

    Exposure Control

    Sensitivity
    Auto, ISO 100/200/400/800/1600/3200

    Light Metering Method
    Evaluative*, Center-weighted average, Spot**?
    * Facial brightness is evaluated in Face Detection AF?
    ** Metering frame is fixed to the center

    Exposure Control Method
    Manual Exposure, i-Contrast, Program Shift, Safety Shift; AE Lock

    Exposure Compensation
    +/-2 stops in 1/3-stop increments

    White Balance

    White Balance Control
    Auto, Day Light, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Fluorescent H, Underwater, Custom

    Flash

    Built-in Flash
    Auto, Manual (3 levels), Red-eye Reduction, Auto Red-eye Correction, Flash On, Flash Off; FE Lock, Safety FE, Slow Synchro

    Flash Range
    2.5 - 11.5 ft. (W), 3.3 - 6.6 ft (T), 75cm - 3.5m (W), (1.0 - 2.0m, (T))
    Image brightness may diminish depending on the shooting distance

    Recycling Time
    10 sec. or less (battery voltage: 3.7 V)

    Flash Exposure Compensation
    +/-2 stops in 1/3-stop increments

    Shooting Specifications

    Shooting Modes
    M, Av, Tv, P, Auto1, Easy, Movie Digest, Portrait, Landscape, Kids & Pets, SCN2, Creative Filter3, Movie4

    1 Smart Auto also available for videos.
    2 Smart Shutter5, High-speed Burst, Best Image Selection, Handheld Night Scene, Low Light, Beach, Underwater, Foliage, Snow, Fireworks, Stitch Assist
    3 Fish-eye Effect, Miniature Effect6, Toy Camera Effect, Monochrome, Super Vivid, Poster Effect, Color Accent, Color Swap
    4 Standard, iFrame Movie, Super Slow Motion Movie (Videos are recorded by pressing the movie button)
    5 Smile, Wink Self-timer, Face Self-timer
    6 Also available for videos

    Photo Effects
    My Colors Off, Vivid, Neutral, Sepia, Black & White, Positive Film, Lighter Skin Tone, Darker Skin Tone, Vivid Blue, Vivid Green, Vivid Red, Custom Color *?*
    Adjustment of contrast sharpness, saturation, red, green, blue and skin tone are available

    Self Timer
    Approx. 10-sec. delay/approx. 2-sec. delay/custom
    Shooting start time (0-10 sec. (in one-second increments), 15/20/30 sec.) number of shots (1-10 shots (in one-shot increments)) can be specified.

    Wireless Control
    N/A

    Continuous Shooting
    Normal (P Mode): 3.2 shots/sec.
    High-speed Burst: 8.1 shots/sec.

    Image Storage

    Storage Media
    SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card, Eye-Fi Card, MultiMediaCard, MMCplus Card, HC MMCplus Card

    File Format
    Design rule for Camera File system, DPOF (Version 1.1) compliant

    Image Recording Format
    Normal, Fine

    JPEG Compression Mode
    Still Image: Exif. 2.3 (JPEG)
    Video: MOV (Image: H.264; Audio: Linear PCM (Stereo))

    Number of Recording Pixels
    16:9
    4000 x 2248 (Large), 2816 x 1584 (Medium 1), 1920 x 1080 (Medium 2), 640 x 360 (Small)

    3:2
    4000 x 2664 (Large), 2816 x 1880 (Medium 1), 1600 x 1064 (Medium 2), 640 x 424 (Small) 4:3
    4000 x 3000 (Large), 2816 x 2112 (Medium 1), 1600 x 1200 (Medium 2), 640 x 480 (Small) 1:1
    2992 x 2992 (Large), 2112 x 2112 (Medium 1), 1200 x 1200 (Medium 2), 480 x 480 (Small)

    Number of Recordable Images

    Image data

    16:9 3:2
    File Size (KB) 4 GB 16 GB File Size (KB) 4 GB 16 GB
    Large (1) F 2,311 1,630 6,677 2,738 1,386 5,680
    N 1,105 3,352 13,727 1,309 2,873 11,766
    Medium (1) F 1,210 3,094 12,671 1,436 2,623 10,743
    N 585 6,034 24,709 694 5,247 21,486
    Medium (2) F 604 6,034 24,709 496 7,099 29,070
    N 300 10,972 44,927 246 13,410 54,911
    Small (S) F 113 24,139 98,840 133 20,116 82,367
    N 63 40,233 164,734 75 30,174 123,550
    Medium* (M) F N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
    N N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

    4:3 1:1
    File Size (KB) 4 GB 16 GB File Size (KB) 4 GB 16 GB
    Large (1) F 3,084 1,231 5,042 2,301 1,652 6,769
    N 1,474 2,514 10,295 1,100 3,352 13,727
    Medium (1) F 1,620 2,320 9,503 1,210 3,094 12,671
    N 780 4,641 19,007 585 6,034 24,709
    Medium (2) F 558 6,352 26,010 420 8,046 32,946
    N 278 12,069 49,420 208 15,087 61,775
    Small (S) F 150 20,116 82,367 113 24,139 98,840
    N 84 30,174 123,550 63 40,233 164,734
    Medium* (M) F 836 4,310 17,649 N/A N/A N/A
    N 418 8,046 32,946 N/A N/A N/A


    Note: N=Normal F=Fine
    Storage Capacity varies depending on camera settings. This data is estimated from Canon's standard shooting conditions. Figures for Movie Mode represent total capacity of the particular media.

    * When in High-Speed Burst, Best Image Selection and Low Light mode.

    Time of Recordable Movies

    Movie data

    Standard iFrame Movie
    Full HD: 1920 x 1080 HD: 1280 x 720 640 x 480 320 x 240 HD: 1280 x 720
    24 fps 30 fps 30 fps 30 fps 30 fps
    Movie Size (KB/sec.) 4,355 3,054 1,416 495 4,701
    4GB 14 min. 34 sec. 20 min. 43 sec. 43 min. 43 sec. 1 hr. 58 min. 19 sec. 13 min. 35 sec.
    16GB 59 min. 40 sec. 1 hr. 24 min. 54 sec. 2 hr. 59 min. 3 sec. 8 hr. 4 min. 30 sec. 55 min. 38 sec.

    Super Slow Motion Movie Miniature Effect
    640 x 480 320 x 240 HD: 1280 x 720 640 x 480
    120 fps 240 fps 5x 10x 20x 5x 10x 20x
    6 fps 3 fps 1.5 fps 6 fps 3 fps 1.5 fps
    Movie Size (KB/sec.) 4,914 2,457 573 287 143 246 123 61
    4GB 12 min. 58 sec. 25 min. 46 sec. 1 hr. 45 min. 52 sec. 3 hr. 21 min. 9 sec. 5 hr. 35 min. 16 sec. 3 hr. 43 min. 30 sec. 6 hr. 42 min. 20 sec. 11 hr. 10 min. 33 sec.
    16GB 53 min. 7 sec. 1 hr. 45 min. 35 sec. 7 hr. 13 min. 30 sec. 13 hr. 43 min. 40 sec. 22 hr. 52 min. 47 sec. 15 hr. 15 min. 11 sec. 27 hr. 27 min. 20 sec. 45 hr. 45 min. 35 sec.

    Playback Specifications

    Playback Modes File
    - Stills & Videos: Easy, Auto Rotate (Automatic vertical/horizontal detection), Image Advance (Operation Tools, Transition effects, Scroll Display), Rotate, Favorites, My Category, Smart Shuffle, Group Playback, Movie Digest, Filter Playback, Slide Show (Playback Interval, Repeat, Effect, Playlist)

    - Still Image: Single, Magnification (approx. 2x-10x), Location Information Display, Resume, My Colors, Histogram, Overexposure Warning, Index (4-130 thumbnails), Slide Show, Red-eye Correction, Trimming, Resize, i-Contrast - Videos: Normal Playback*, slow motion**, skip backward, next frame, previous frame, fast forward, fast rewind, editing, resume * Auto settings available in 5 levels
    ** 5 levels (including normal playback), sound not available.

    Erasing Specifications

    Erase Modes
    Select image, select range, all images The image data in the memory card stored with the Design rule for Camera File systems format can be erased (however, protected images cannot be erased).Using the Movie editing function, sections of the movie (1 sec. increments) can be deleted.

    Interfaces

    Video Out
    NTSC/PAL (dedicated connector (female) with unified type of digital, audio and video)
    Mini-HDMI connector

    Audio Out
    Stereo (dedicated connector (female) with unified type of digital, audio and video)

    Other
    SD memory card slot; direct connection to Canon SELPHY, PIXMA Photo Printers & PictBridge compatible printers

    Power Supply
    Battery Pack NB-5L, AC Adapter Kit CA-DC10 Approx. 210 shots Approx. 4 hours

    Power Source
    Battery Pack NB-5L, AC Adapter Kit CA-DC10

    Shooting Capacity
    Approx. 210 shots

    Playback Time
    Approx. 4 hours

    Physical Specifications

    Operating Temperature
    32-104°F/0-40°C

    Operating Humidity
    10-90%

    Dimensions (W x H x D)
    4.16 x 2.42 x 1.31 in. / 105.7 x 61.6 x 33.2mm

    Weight
    7.87 oz. / 223g (including the battery and memory card)
    6.88 oz. / 195 g (camera body only)

    Note: 26 display languages provided (English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Simplified/Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Korean, Greek, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Thai, Arabic, Romanian, Ukrainian, Farsi). All data are based on Canon's Standard Test Method. Subject to change without notice. Canon, DIGIC, ELPH, PIXMA, and PowerShot and SELPHY are registered trademarks of Canon Inc. in the United States and may also be registered trademarks or trademarks in other countries. Microsoft, Windows and Windows Vista are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Mac is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. All other products and brand names are registered trademarks, trademarks or service marks of their respective owners in the United States and/or other countries.
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