ELPH

AcronymDefinition
ELPHElectronic Physics
ELPHelectronic photography (Canon camera model)
ELPHEstimated Locations of Pattern Hits (computational biology; University of Maryland)
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Just a few weeks after Little Elph's birth by emergency caesarean section she was back in the wilds of Scotland, Norway and Jordan - baby in tow.
The PowerShot ELPH 330 HS is a successor to the ELPH 320HS and sports a massive 10x optical zoom (24-240mm equivalent) in a slim body having a 12.1MP high-sensitivity CMOS sensor.
According to the company, the Wi-Fi functionality built into the two ELPH models allows for a range of connection options to help photographers share, upload or back-up images.
recently expanded its line of digital cameras with the PowerShot S5 IS and PowerShot SD850 IS Digital ELPH cameras.
Once again feeling the threat of a panic attack, the AC picked one: a Canon PowerShot SD700 iS 6-megapixel ELPH digital camera.
Eventually the cameraman realized that no amount of pummeling the drunk dude was going to get his Elph back and moved on.
Using a tiny Canon $400 "Digital Elph," I was able to make image after image without calling attention to myself.
Circuit City: Canon Elph 5 Megapixel digital camera with 3X Optical/4.1 digital zoom, $499.99
Packing the biggest punch in this group, Canon's PowerShot S500 Digital Elph captures the tiniest details and shoots high-res movie clips with five impressive megapixels.
(2) These pictures were taken by elementary students using a Canon Powershot S200 Digital Elph.
Nearly equal in ratings was a Canon PowerShot S400 Digital Elph. The Elph is about the size of a pack of cigarettes, has four megapixels, and a 3x optical zoom.
Canon obviously expects to cash in on its film Rebel SLR brand name and reputation, as it did when it successfully introduce the Digital Elph. (All the camera prices listed in this article are street prices at press time.)