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For Sale: Canon PowerShot S3 IS


  1. 12x optical zoom lens with USM and UD lens element

  2. Optical Image Stabilizer

  3. 6.0 Megapixel CCD

  4. 2.0” Vari-angle LCD

  5. 30fps VGA movies with stereo sound and Photo in Movie feature

  6. DIGIC II, iSAPS and Flexizone AF/AE for fast, precise results and 2.3 fps continuous shooting

  7. 20 shooting modes and My Colors photo effects

  8. High ISO Auto and ISO 800 for low light flexibility

  9. Widescreen (16:9) recording

Comes with all of it's original Bag, Cable, CDs, 1GB Memory Card and BOX!

A professional review can be found at Digital Photography Review
and you can view some Samples taken with that Camera also on Digital Photography Review
$450 or JOD 320

If you are interested write to or call me at 078 56 7272 5
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