Canon G3 Digital Cameral!

Holy cow!! This Canon PowerShot G3 Digital Camera was donated to me by a website fan after my old faithful Nikon CP775 digital camera pooped out. He offered it to me, and I accepted under one condition: that the camera connects to the computer via the USB port, because all of the other I/O ports on my computer are already in use. This camera *IS* USB capable, so it looks like we've got ourselves a quality and not that inexpensive camera!!!

This camera set arrived here on the afternoon of 10-12-06.

The first thing I'm probably going to photograph with it is the SureFire K2 Kroma that I received on 10-05-06.

This camera will come with the following accessories:
  1. The Canon G3 camera itself
  2. 512 MB memory card
  3. 420EX external flash (puts out way more light than the built-in flash)
  4. Remote control
  5. Charger
  6. USB cable
  7. Software
And it has the following features:
  • New DIGIC image processor - noticeable improvement in photograph quality, plus faster performance
  • Totally new 4X zoom lens
  • New FlexiZone auto focus
  • Refined body design
  • Records up to 3 minutes of video with sound; editable in playback mode
  • Built-in neutral density filter
  • Support for wireless flashes
  • New iSAPS technology

Canon G3 Digital Cameral!

And here's a photograph of the camera set...this will likely be the last photograph my sad little Olympus D100 shoots - at least on this website. I'll still use it as a "beater camera" and as a need to throw it in the garbage can, sell it, or otherwise dispose of it.

This camera set included the following:
  • Canon PowerShot G3 camera itself
  • 512MB memory card
  • 32MB memory card (spare)
  • Two Li:ION batteries
  • Charger
  • Canon 420EX external flash
  • 4xNiMH cells for the flash
  • A/V cable (to connect camera to TV)
  • USB cable
  • Remote control
  • Software
  • Wrist/neck straps
  • Case

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of the orange "charge cycle in progress" LED on this camera.

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of the yellow-green "charge cycle complete" LED on this camera.

USB2000 spectrometer graciously donated by P.L.