Canon ELPH 10

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The Canon ELPH 10, released in November 1996, was the lowest-priced camera model in the original ELPH lineup.


It was a compact fixed-focus point and shoot camera using the Advanced Photo System, sold in Europe as the IXUS FF25 and in Japan as the IXY 10.


The ELPH 10 featured a 25mm f/6.7 lens, built-in electronic flash, and simple programmed automatic exposure with two shutter speeds.


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