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Canon 135 Review
Why Has it Scored 85?
It has very good user reviews but ok expert reviews with an average overall rating of 71%, based on 45 reviews.
This digital camera is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer cameras with better features are available. However it has good reviews so it may still be worth considering. View the latest cameras 2018.
This Canon digital camera has some great features:
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How Big is the Canon 135?
The Canon 135 is 92.9mm wide and 52.4mm tall. It is 21.6mm deep and weighs 134g.
Canon 135 In-Depth Analysis
Value For Money
Excellent Value for Money
The product has excellent reviews but mediocre features. However at $79.04 it is still in the cheapest 4% of cameras.
Price Has Gone Down by $16 (17%)
The price has dropped from $95.42 to $79.04 in the last 51 days.to be notified when the price changes.
Cheaper in the United States Than Overseas
We checked 22 other countries for prices for the Canon 135 and the United States price of $79.04 was the cheapest.
The cheapest price that we could find overseas was in the United Kingdom where the price is £168.50 ($168.50).
The megapixels of the Canon 135 of 16MP is fairly standard compared to most other cameras. It is in the highest 45% of all cameras when sorted by this feature.
4608 X 3456 Pixels Image Resolution
This digital camera has a maximum image resolution of 4608 x 3456 pixels, which is the most frequently found resolution on cameras.
Bigger Than Average Optical Zoom
The Canon 135's optical zoom of 8x is in the biggest 35% of all digital cameras when ranked by this feature.
Only 1280 X 720 Pixels Video Resolution
The Canon 135 has a maximum video resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. That's 56% lower video resolution than a 1920 x 1080 pixels camera, which is the most frequently found resolution. Cameras resolutions range from 160 x 120 pixels (worst) to 3840 x 3840 pixels (best). A video resolution of 1280 x 720 is known as "HD 720".
Has an Image Stabilizer
The Canon 135 has an image stabilizer. 78% of cameras also have an image stabilizer.
Very Low Maximum ISO Sensitivity
Cameras have ISO sensitivities (max) of between 200 and 820,000, and the average maximum ISO sensitivity is 14,000. The Canon 135's maximum ISO sensitivity of only 1,600 is lower than 92% of all cameras when sorted by this feature.
Average Minimum Aperture Number
The Canon 135's minimum aperture number of 3.2 is relatively typical compared to most other cameras. It is larger than 17% of all cameras when ranked by this feature.
Has a Built-In Flash
The Canon 135 has a built-in flash. 68% of digital cameras also have a built-in flash.
The Canon 135's weight of only 134g is in the lightest 26% of all cameras when sorted by this feature. The lightest digital camera is 50g , the heaviest is 1.5kg, and the average weight is 300g.
Only 200 Battery Life
The Canon 135 is a camera that takes 200 shots battery life. Most of the other cameras take between 4 and 4,699 battery life.
Larger Than Average Maximum Aperture Number
The Canon 135's maximum aperture number of 6.9 is larger than average when compared to most other cameras. It is in the largest 10% of all digital cameras when sorted by this feature.
Smaller Than Average Display Diagonal
The average display diagonal of all digital cameras is 2.9", with the smallest being 1" and the largest being 7.7". The Canon 135's display diagonal of only 2.7" is smaller than 90% of all cameras when ranked by this feature.
Average Digital Zoom
The digital zoom of the Canon 135 of 4x is pretty standard compared to most other cameras. It is bigger than 69% of all cameras when sorted by this feature.
The Canon 135 supports Wi-Fi, unlike 69% of cameras which do not support Wi-Fi.
Supports Direct Printing
The Canon 135 supports direct printing, which is unusual. 89% of cameras do not support direct printing.
Does Not Feature Bluetooth
The Canon 135 does not feature bluetooth, although this is within the context that 95% of cameras also do not feature bluetooth.
Features Flash Exposure Compensation
The Canon 135 features flash exposure compensation. 79% of cameras do not feature flash exposure compensation.
Very Low Display Resolution
Across all the digital cameras the display resolutions range from 23,000 pixels to 6,300,000 pixels, and the average display resolution is 620,000 pixels. The Canon 135's display resolution of only 230,000 pixels is lower than 90% of all digital cameras when sorted by this feature.
Does Not Support Full HD Video
Like most other cameras, the Canon 135 does not support Full HD video. 76% of cameras do not support Full HD video.
Average Image Sensor Size
The Canon 135's image sensor size of 0.435" is relatively average compared to most other cameras. It is bigger than 16% of all digital cameras when sorted by this feature.
Only 480 X 480 Still Image Resolution
The highest still image resolution supported by the Canon 135 is 480 x 480. That's 92% lower still image resolution than a 1712 x 1712 digital camera, which is the most common resolution supported by cameras. Across all cameras the worst resolution is 384 x 480 and the best is 6016 x 4016.
Longer Than Average Minimum Focal Length (35mm Film Equiv)
The minimum focal length (35mm film equiv) of the Canon 135 of 28mm is longer than 86% of all digital cameras when sorted by this feature.
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