Canon Powershot D30

By August 11, 2016Sporting Goods
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0 new1 used from $363.99
  • 12MP 1/2.3" BSI-CMOS sensor
  • 28-140mm F3.9-4.8 equivalent lens with optical image stabilization (5x optical zoom)
  • ISO 100-3200
  • 3" fixed LCD with 461,000 dots
  • 1080/24p HD video plus super slow motion video at 640x480 (H.264)
  • Waterproof to 25m / 82'
  • Shockproof to 2m / 6.5'
  • Temperature resistant from 14° to 104°F
  • SD/SDHC/SDXC memory
  • Built-in GPS
Waterproof Up To 25 Meters: The Canon Powershot D30 stands out among its competitors because of its ability to go deeper than all the rest. 25 meters is plenty far for freediving enthusiasts and is a decent depth even for scuba divers.
Long Lens: This model packs a 28-140mm lens, offering more range than most other high-end cameras, and you’ll definitely notice!
BSI-CMOS: This camera’s back side-illuminated CMOS sensors allow for the collection of more light and create images with less digital noise. This is especially helpful in low light situations and important for this camera due to its small aperture range.
Conservative Noise Reduction: Canon has long been known for outstanding image quality as a leader in the DSLR camera space. Their conservative noise reduction serves this camera well, allowing for excellent image capture ability.
Underwater Image Quality: Favorable white balances in this camera significantly reduce oversaturated blues when taking underwater photos, a common problem for waterproof cameras.
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Only 24fps Video: With only 24fps video, those cannonball slo-mo shots are out of the question, but you’ll still get the ability to catch some moving pictures.
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Aperture Range: F3.9 – F4.9 for a range will be fine for well-lit situations, but low-light performance will suffer along with action shots.
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