Canon ELPH 490Z
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The Canon ELPH 490Z, sold as the IXUS Z90 in Europe and IXY G in Japan, was a compact Advanced Photo System point and shoot camera introduced in June 1996. The second model in the ELPH line, it featured a large circular flip-up lens cover with a built-in electronic flash and the same hybrid autofocus system used in the first ELPH. While larger than the original ELPH, the 490Z had a longer zoom lens (22.5-90mm f/5.6-8.9) and other more advanced features.
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