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Canon Digital IXUS 65 | Digital Camera Review | Storage and Energy
The Secure Digital memory card has become an established feature of digital compact cameras. The Canon Digital IXUS 65 camera also uses this memory card. It is a compact card and is available in different speeds and capacities. The Canon IXUS 65 digital camera’s power supply is obtained with a Lithium Ion battery in, of course, a small format.
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512MB Secure Digital memory card
Canon supplies a 16 MB SD memory card with the Digital IXUS 65. This is just enough for four photos of the highest quality. It is not much more than a gesture and you will need to buy an additional memory card. With six mega pixels, the Canon IXUS 65 is not a camera that delivers enormous files. A 256MB memory card is the minimum, but it would be advisable to buy 512MB.

Considering 512MB of storage capacity:
Resolution Large 2816x2112 pixels - Super fine - 2720KB - 176 pictures
Resolution Large 2816x2112 pixels - Fine - 1620KB - 292 pictures
Resolution Large 2816x2112 pixels - Normal 780KB - 603 pictures
Resolution Normal 1 - 2272x1704 - Super fine - 2002KB - 237 pictures
Resolution Normal 1 - 2272x1704 pixels - Fine - 1116KB - 425 pictures
Resolution Normal 1 - 2272x1704 pixels - Normal - 556KB - 839 pictures
Resolution Normal 2 - 1600x1200 - Super fine - 1002KB - 471 pictures
Resolution Normal 2 - 1600x1200 pixels - Fine - 558KB - 839 pictures
Resolution Normal 2 - 1600x1200 - Normal - 278KB - 1590 pictures
Resolution Small - 640x480 pixels - Super fine - 249KB - 1777 pictures
Resolution Small - 640x480 pixels - Fine - 150KB - 2747 pictures
Resolution Small - 640x480 pixels - Normal - 84KB - 4317 pictures
Resolution Wide screen - 2816x1584 - Super fine - 2026KB - 235 pictures
Resolution Wide screen - 2816x1584 - Fine - 1210KB - 392 pictures
Resolution Wide screen - 2816x1584 - Normal - 585KB - 794 pictures
Resolution Postcard - 1600x1200 pixels - 558 KB - 839 pictures

Video resolution 640x480 pixels - 30fps - 4 min 19 sec
Video resolution 640x480 pixels - 15fps - 8 min 14 sec
Video resolution 320x240 pixels - 30fps - 11 min 42 sec
Video resolution 320x240 pixels - 15fps - 22 min 53 sec
Canon Digital IXUS 65 - USB 2.0 Hi-Speed connection
The IXUS 65 saves data on a Secure Digital memory card. It is not really necessary to use a fast flash SD card, but is just that bit nicer to work with. An Extreme III from SanDisk is a bit over the top. The Canon Digital IXUS 65 doesn’t need much time to write the photos on the memory card and you can just keep on taking photos. To transfer the photos to the computer, you can use a separate card reader, which will save power from the batteries. You can also connect the camera directly to the computer via a fast USB 2.0 Hi-Speed connection. This connection has a high transfer speed. You can also connect the Canon IXUS 65 to a printer with PictBridge support via the USB connection. You can then print directly from the camera, which is very handy.

3.7V 760mAh Lithium Ion battery NB-4L
A 3.7V 760mAh Lithium Ion battery NB-4L is supplied along with the Canon Digital IXUS 65 digital camera. It can be charged via a separate adapter outside the camera. You can take approximately 100 photos with a charged battery before it needs to be recharged. Of course, this depends on how often you use the flash as a flash uses a lot of energy. The LCD monitor also takes its toll on the battery. Despite this the lifespan of a battery charge is nothing to complain about. If you expect to take more pictures and do not have the opportunity to charge the battery in between, you should buy a spare battery.
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