Canon ELPH 320 16.1 MP Wi-Fi Enabled Digital Camera For Just $139.99 Shipped From Adorama

While the prices listed on the links below are much higher, when you add it to your cart the price will drop to just $139.99!

Canon ELPH 320 (Silver)
Canon ELPH 320 (Blue)
Canon ELPH 320 (Black)
Canon ELPH 320 (Red)

$175+ on Amazon.

-Built-in Wi-Fi for wireless file sharing through Canon iMAGE GATEWAY on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or other devices.
-Ultra-slim design, 5x Optical Zoom, 24mm Wide-Angle lens
-Canon HS SYSTEM with a 16.1 MP High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor, DIGIC 5 Image Processor
-3.2″ wide touch panel Pure Color System LCD with Touch Shutter for interactive shooting
-Improved Smart AUTO with 58 shooting situations and new FACE ID
-16.1 effective megapixel, 1/2.3-inch high-sensitivity CMOS sensor
-3.2″ TFT touch panel PureColor LCD with wide viewing angle
-DIGIC 5 Image Processor
-Built-in Wi-Fi allows wireless sharing of images and video
-24mm wide-angle lens (5x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom and 20x combined zoom) with optical image stabilizer

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23 Responses to “Canon ELPH 320 16.1 MP Wi-Fi Enabled Digital Camera For Just $139.99 Shipped From Adorama”

  1. Diff Says:
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    Besides for wifi is it better than the 310?

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  2. fargus Says:
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    Who in their right mind would want a WiFi enabled standalone camera when new Android smartphones take pictures and videos of similar quality and upload instantly and automatically to the cloud, account, or device of choice – free?

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  3. Mdw Says:
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    Is this the lowest price anyone has ever seen for this camera? Don’t know much about this camera.

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  4. Dan Says:
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    @fargus:
    There’s no comparison between a Canon Elph and a phone camera. The Elph takes infinitely better pictures.

    @Mdw:
    The lowest price on Amazon ever was $168, so this is a great price.

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  5. rivka Says:
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    i bought 1 of these -when u previously posted-like in august-anyways-it fell and smashed-i bought it w amex-can i get refunded?

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  6. emes Says:
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    How does this compare to the Elph 110?

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  7. Jacob Says:
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    @rivka – Typical entitlement question.

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  8. mike Says:
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    Just bought the wife the 110hs and paid the same price so I bought it and will return the 110 to best buy’ thanks Dan great deal!

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  9. happy Says:
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    thanks, just ordered. good deal. good camera.

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  10. david g. Says:
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    tax in ny and nj

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  11. Anonymous Says:
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    can s/o please please compare to the elph 110? i would return and buy this. i find the 110 has a long delay after flash photos

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  12. Fargus Says:
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    @Dan – Better pic, sure, but not by a long shot over high end phones, and mot people don’t need or utilize the extra quality. You can take superb HD videos on most good smartphones.

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  13. Dan Says:
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    @Fargus:
    Gonna have to agree to disagree here. I’ve yet to see a phone that comes close to an elph.

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  14. Moe Says:
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    @Anonymous: same question here. which is a better one? also thinking about the 510 HS. Which of the 3 is the best one?

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  15. Mike Says:
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    @Fargus
    Not even close buddy. You’re giving the phones way too much credit.

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  16. Fargus Says:
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    @Mike – Most people take photos and videos to share with friends and family and don’t use the highest resolutions possible. Uploading to any sharing or archival site, by default, will not benefit from 16MP resolution versus what a good phone will provide. HD is enough for most needs.

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  17. Mike Says:
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    @ Fargus. We can go back and forth all day. Take is for what it is, this is a very good deal on a great little camera that has some very cool features. I can take nice pictures with my droid and post them to facebook or email in 2 seconds, and the pictures may come out quite good….but you cant compare a droid camera to this camera and exprect the same quality which is why I bought this camera.

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  18. seamd Says:
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    @Fargus:

    Comparing megapixels doesn’t compare quality. Optics, sensor size, etc, play a much bigger role in the quality of your pics.

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  19. camera_dude Says:
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    This camera has a 8X zoom not five X

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  20. camera_dude Says:
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    Adorama charges tax to ny & nj state customers

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  21. dans fan Says:
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    its Total $151.34

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  22. Fargus Says:
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    @Mike @Seamd etc – I understand the differences and that this is a great deal compared to other prices for the same device. My point is that for many users who don’t need or utilize the marginal quality differences, it’s not. You can have a 50MP camera with 50x zoom and every bell and whistle, but when you compress to upload and share, rarely do you retain anything beyond the HD resolution. And if you don’t, you lose the quality.

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  23. ydbe Says:
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    deal is dead

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