Never leave home without your super slim IXUS 185. This stylish compact camera boasts a handy 8x optical zoom, Smart Automatic shooting and HD Movie recording in the perfect pocket-sized package. The impressive functionality for such a compact camera ensures you'll capture life as you see it every single day.
Easy Auto mode disables menu and function buttons on the rear of the camera, letting you focus on shooting without having to worry about inadvertently changing settings.
Making great movies is fun and easy with IXUS 185. With one touch of a button you can effortlessly shoot great HD movies in MP4 format on the go.
Your images will be brighter and sharper, thanks to the high quality CCD sensor. Its light sensitivity brings low light scenes to life - perfect for nights out.
Play up your creative side using a range of creative filters from fish-eye lens distortion to toy filter to miniature effect.
A date stamp function records the date and time in the image data. This makes it possible to check the shooting date at a glance in printed photos.
Capture more of life as you see it with an 8x optical zoom and 28mm wide-angle lens.
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95.2 x 54.3 x 22.1mm
f/3.2 (W), f/6.9 (T)
2.7-inch TFT Color LCD
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