The red PowerShot ELPH 140 IS Digital Camera from Canon is a compact point-and-shoot camera featuring a 16MP image sensor, DIGIC 4+ processing engine, and an 8x optical zoom lens. In addition to capturing still photos, this PowerShot camera is capable of recording 720p HD video, and a dedicated Movie mode button makes video recording quick and convenient. To benefit shooting in low-light situations, Intelligent IS automatically recognizes six different shooting situations and will apply image stabilization techniques to compensate for the appearance of camera shake. Smart AUTO intelligently selects camera settings based on 32 pre-defined shooting situations to produce accurate exposures in a wide range of conditions.
16MP Image Sensor and DIGIC 4+ Image Processor
A 16 megapixel image sensor and DIGIC 4+ image processor provide high image quality and fast camera performance.
8x Optical Zoom Lens
The 8x optical zoom lens with 28-224mm (35mm equivalent) focal length range provides wide-angle to telephoto coverage to suit most shooting situations.
2.7" LCD Monitor
A 2.7" LCD monitor can be used to review stills or videos as well as compose imagery and navigate the menu system.
Smart AUTO mode utilizes a system of 32 predefined shooting situations and works to optimize camera settings to accurately render scenes when shooting still images or video.
HD Video Recording
720p HD video recording is supported and easily accessible via a dedicated movie record button.
Intelligent IS Image Stabilization
This IS system employs eight different modes to best suit a variety of shooting conditions.
ECO Mode helps to reduce the camera's power consumption to enable greater battery life for longer shooting sessions.
Give an artistic look to photos using a variety of scene modes; including Super Vivid, Fisheye effect, Poster Effect, Miniature Effect, and Toy Camera Effect
Dedicated Help Button helps make the camera easy to use for first-time camera users. A menu of useful topics and database of explanations and diagrams provide a quick reference.