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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Would like to get a
Hi. You can download it from Canon free by clicking on this link:-
After the screen goes black it takes a few minutes to download.
Hope this is what you wanted!
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
SOURCE: need a free user manual
here you go, it's towards the bottom of the page. http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/compact_film_cameras/elph/elph_lt_260#BrochuresAndManuals
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
SOURCE: My daughter gave me a
You can download the manual (and more) from the manufacturer's web site at
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Posted on May 28, 2011
SOURCE: i purchased a cannon power
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The camera can use SD, SDHC, and SDXC, as well as the various MMC types. MMC cards are rapidly going obsolete, so I'd go with one of the SD-type cards. Currently, the SDHC cards will give you the best value per byte.
There are at least two schools of thought on the subject. One says get the biggest card you can afford. Another says get at least two cards so you have a backup and so that if you lose one card you'll only lose half of your pictures. ("Don't put all your eggs in one basket" or "Put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket like h--l.")
At the camera's finest resolution and quality, a 4GB card will hold well over a thousand pictures. You can start with a 4GB card. If you find that you fill it up too quickly, get a 8GB card (or two). If you find it adequate, stay with it (though I'd still recommend having a spare).
If you're shooting mostly stills, the card speed won't matter much when taking photos. A faster card will download faster if you're using a card reader. The brand doesn't matter much either, though I'd stick with the major brands.
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
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