Canon IXUS 285 HS



Digital Compact, CMOS, 1/2.3, 15-1/2000, 20.2 MP, NFC, Wi-Fi, 147g

Canon IXUS 285 HS properties

Product name IXUS 285 HS
Type Digital Compact
Lens Integrated
Aperture (Lens data) F3.6-F7
Focal Length 25-300
Memory Cards SD, SDHC, SDXC
Features NFC, Wi-Fi
Viewfinder LCD/OLED
Shutter Speed 15-1/2000 bps
Continuous Drive 7.2fps, 2.5fps
Auto Focus Yes
AF points 9
Image Stabilization Yes
Optical Zoom 12.0 x
Digital Zoom 4.0 x
Max Picture Resolution 5184×3888 pixels
Image File Format DPOF, EXIF, JPEG
Flash Built-in, External
Flash Sync Speed 1/2000 sec
Battery Type Lithium ion rechargeable
Display Size 3.0 “
Display Resolution 461000 pixels
Max Video Resolution 1920×1080 (Full HD)
Video resolutions (fps) 1920×1080, 1280×720, 640×480, 29.97fps
Video File Format MP4
Audio File Format AAC
Sensor Type CMOS
Sensor Format 1/2.3
Effective Pixels 20.2 MP
Total Pixels 21.1 MP
ISO Rating 80/100/200/400/800/1600/3200
Weight 147.0 g
Dimensions (HxWxD) 58×99.6×22.8 mm
Miscellaneous Face Detection, PictBridge

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2 reviews for Canon IXUS 285 HS

  1. Kan Bro

    Fantastic camera with amazing possibilities. Great vividness of the image, perfect AF system, incredible possibilities of working in low light conditions. Long battery life, great build quality.

    I subtracted half a star due to the non-intuitive menu, fortunately it is not such a problem – thanks to the enormous configuration possibilities of both your own menu and most of the buttons on the body – you can configure the camera so that using it would be a pleasure.

  2. Theo Fairbank

    I have had a camera recently. The AF is definitely an advantage – noticeably faster and more accurate, especially in low light, compared to the D610, which I worked on for 5 years. It is lighter, a bit smaller than the D610.

    It is said that on one battery we will take almost half more photos than on the d610, and it “fits” better in the hand, but I have to work on it a little more to confirm it. PS. So far, my hand hurt more after 2-3 hours of work than when working with the D610 … but maybe it’s a matter of habit;)

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