Amazon Black Friday Camera Deal Offers $109 Canon PowerShot SD1300

Posted: Nov 23 2010, 12:28pm CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday 2018


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As part of the Amazon Black Friday sales the retailer offers a hot deal on the popular Canon PowerShot SD1300 point-and-shoot Camera. For a limited time, save $20 instantly on the Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS from with coupon code UYFBFR9Z, bringing the price down to $109.

The deal is only valid on the silver model. Features of the SD1300 Digital Elph camera include 4x optical zoom, 12.1MP resolution, 2.7-inch screen and smart auto mode. With an ISO of 400-6400 the SD1300 takes also decent low-light photos give the price point and size of the camera.

The deal already catapulted the Canon SD1300 to the 2nd spot on the bestselling cameras on Amazon.

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