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[Shoppers Drug Mart] $99. Canon PowerShot ELPH 360 HS WiFi 20.2MP 12x Optical Zoom Digital Camera - Black YMMV East GTA

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[Shoppers Drug Mart] $99. Canon PowerShot ELPH 360 HS WiFi 20.2MP 12x Optical Zoom Digital Camera - Black YMMV East GTA

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Plus nearly 1500 points.

$189. at Best Buy Regularly 239.00
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/ca ... 1/10406706

Additional batterys $9.
https://www.battdepot.com/ca/model/digi ... ca209.aspx
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alicklee wrote:
Dec 9th, 2019 10:17 pm
Likely clearance
Most likely. My store hasn't carried this camera in well over a year.
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seems legit. 12X optical zoom. but I haven't kept up with point and shoot cameras in ages.
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OP, why did they write final sale? Did you buy the floor model?

What is the SDM sku or product UPC number? Where in the East GTA?

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I figured even budget p&s cameras would shoot videos in 4k in 2019. Nope.
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Don't get any 1/2.3 sensor point and shoot. You cellphone will take better pictures. In 2019 you either get a camera with minimum 1 inch sensor, or just use your cellphone.
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CCHIPSS wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 4:38 am
Don't get any 1/2.3
sensor point and shoot. You cellphone will take better pictures. In 2019 you either get a camera with minimum 1 inch sensor, or just use your cellphone.
You have no clue about photography
The size of the sensor is not so important as you think
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digger1 wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 6:17 am
You have no clue about photography
The size of the sensor is not so important as you think
Don't be so harsh, it's not a bad generalization. I just bought, and returned, a Panasonic ZS60k I bought on Black Friday. The quality in all lighting conditions, all fstop were nowhere near on par with my two year old cell phone. I would tend to agree with don't bother with anything under 1" sensor if you're phone has any reasonable camera in it. It's not gospel, but as I said, not a bad generalization.
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Phone cameras are killing the market for casual cameras. @d_Ave is not wrong, unless you're going for a DSLR mensch, know what you're buying.

The throwaway casual cameras, unless they're built to higher spec, may be rivaled by your Samsung S10 / Note 10 / iPhone 11.
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digger1 wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 6:17 am
You have no clue about photography
The size of the sensor is not so important as you think
This a 2016 model. It preforms poorly when is comes to low light. I would pick a modern flagship phone over this camera when it comes to taking pictures. Saying that, modern cameras with decent lenses should take better pictures. Just not this one.
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Saw this model 3 weeks ago at my local store for 90$ (Quebec City)
The 12x zoom and size were really attractive for the price and I really debated between this and the Fuji XP140 for 120$.
In the end the Fuji won me over with the water and shock damage resistance and the more up-to-date sensor even if the 5x zoom is pretty basic.
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rendered22 wrote:
Dec 10th, 2019 1:58 am
OP, why did they write final sale? Did you buy the floor model?
Many, if not most, SDMs have a final-sale policy on all games and electronics.

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