PowerShot SD30

PowerShot SD/ELPH Series
Item Code: 0347B001

Features

More varieties of Shooting Modes

With the PowerShot SD30 Digital ELPH, you can count on exact focus no matter where your subject is in the frame. You've got Shooting Modes including the Special Scene Mode that give you breathtaking, exhilarating pictures even when shooting conditions are tough. And you can both customize color reproduction and "touch up" color while you're shooting! Lighten skin tones, make the sky a more vivid blue, emphasize a single color and much more, all in real time as you monitor results on the LCD screen.


Auto
The camera chooses all the settings so you can concentrate on your subject.


Manual
The ultimate in creative control, you set ISO speed, exposure compensation and white balance.


Portrait
The camera sets a large aperture, focuses the subject and artistically blurs the background to make your subject "pop."


Landscape
For front to back sharpness, the camera sets a small aperture.


Foliage
Capture brilliant shots of autumn foliage, greenery or blossoms.


Snow
Shoot clear snow scenes without darkened subjects and bluish tint.


Beach
Get clear shots of people at a sunny beach without the darkened faces.


Fireworks
Grab brilliant images of skyrocketing fireworks.


Underwater
Capture underwater images with reduced backscatter effect.
(Note: Optional Waterproof Case WP-DC90 required for shooting any underwater images)


Indoor
Reduces blur and improves color accuracy when shooting handheld indoors.


Kids & Pets
Reduced time lag freezes fast-moving subjects so you won't miss those special shots.


Night Snapshot
Get natural looking pictures with brighter backgrounds and subjects lit by flash.


Macro
Lets you focus just inches from the subject to create crisp close-ups.


Stitch Assist
Build inspiring panoramas by neatly aligning sequential images.


Movie
Shoot in VGA (10 fps), QVGA (20 fps) or QQVGA (15 fps up to 3 minutes video).

My Colors*

* Actual results may vary from examples shown above. Final image may vary depending on picture composition.