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Win a Canon Digital IXUS 500


WIN a Canon Digital IXUS 500

Canon and TrustedReviews have got together to give one lucky reader the chance to win a Digital IXUS 500 camera. The Digital IXUS 500 is Canon’s latest pocket size, fully featured digital camera and it’s an absolute beauty. In fact the Digital IXUS 500 is so good, that it walked away with an Editor’s Choice award when we reviewed it last month.

We were quite hard pushed to find anything we didn’t like about the Digital IXUS 500 when we reviewed it, summing the review up with…..

“Not only is it one of the most beautifully designed cameras I’ve ever used, but its feature set is stunning considering its size.”

Despite it’s diminutive dimensions of 87 x 57 x 27.8mm and a weight of 185g, the Digital IXUS 500 has a tremendous feature set. The five megapixel CCD will capture images at a resolution of 2,592 x 1,944 so you’ll be able to create decent size prints. There’s also a 3x optical zoom lens with an equivalent 35mm focal length of 36 – 108mm, so you’ll be able to capture all the action no matter where it is.

On fully automatic mode the Digital IXUS will do everything for you, producing excellent results for a point and click camera. But if you want to be a bit more adventurous, you’ve got exposure compensation settings, a manual white balance option and, best of all, a shutter speed from 1/2000 to 15 seconds.

To be in with a chance of winning one of these superb little cameras simply answer the question below (entry requires login/registration).

This competition is closed.

The competition is open to United Kingdom residents only and Canon reserves the right to substitute the prize for a similar item of equal or higher value if the stated prize is not available. Entry is not open to employees of TrustedReviews or Canon.

The closing date for the competition is 30th June 2004. To read the full review of the Canon Digital IXUS 500 click here.

For more information about Canon products go to www.canon.co.uk

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