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Canon Powershot SD200Canon PowerShot SD200 Digital ELPH 3.2 MP Digital Camera

6 MB SD Memory Card, F/2.8-4.9

The PowerShot SD200 Digital ELPH is thinner yet more powerful than any digital camera ever before. Loaded with highly advanced features that make shooting a pleasure, the SD200 is also an object of striking elegance. Its ultra-slim metal body gleams with a brilliant luster. Inside, it offers everything you need to create images that will amaze you.

 

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Jairo Pereira 3:55pm on Thursday, October 7th, 2010 
The PowerShot SD200 Digital Elph is thinner yet more powerful than any digital camera ever before. The 3.2-megapixel PowerShot SD200 Digital ELPH and 4.0-megapixel PowerShot SD300 Digital ELPH cameras combine large 2.0-inch color LCD screens.
tazzik 5:23pm on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 
Compact, Takes good pictures Not great at shooting things in motion I bought this camera a couple years ago and h...  Compact, Takes good pictures Not great at shooting things in motion I bought this camera a couple years ago and have just over 3000 pictures on my computer from it. It does a really good job taking outdoor pictures.
FishFoot 9:14am on Saturday, September 4th, 2010 
I bought this camera a couple years ago and have just over 3000 pictures on my computer from it. It does a really good job taking outdoor pictures.
CorNouws 10:33am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 
I have to say, I really like this camera, I bought it because I thought it was a good price... Compact size, EXCELLENT price, Durable. for the price, there are not really many. hard2 figureout. Size, photo quality, brand recognition Like most digital cameras, the lcd screen is very fragile (found out the hard way)
elute96 7:46pm on Thursday, July 29th, 2010 
Break one of these days. Canon SHOULD do better--the camera deserves pro-sumer-level lens protection! Digital worlds, the tiny, high-style Canon ELPH models have been wildly popular. Most of the Indoor Portrait test.
deletemy@account.please 7:22am on Saturday, July 24th, 2010 
Ol Camera Was a great camera for a few yrs. Great Camera I love this camera! It is small enough to carry in your purse! It takes fantastic pictures and is so simple to use.
marknelson 11:36am on Saturday, June 5th, 2010 
This camera might not carry the stats that the other models have, but in application, it exceeds others that have better stats. Love this camera. Fast startup Clean pictures, Battery life is great. Cant complain about this at all. Excellent camera. Fast response time... no taking forever to load between pictures or anything. Best battery lifetime of the compact digital cameras.
p_brack 7:25am on Thursday, May 27th, 2010 
Very small and stylish camera. Excellent speed overall, AF too. Good AF in low light even if AF assist beem disabled. Very speedy flash recharging.
BigDaddyDave 10:45pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 
I begged my mom to get this camera for me and I am so pleased with the camera!!! It is the perfect size i can even stick it in my pocket.
Drakonik 1:35pm on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 
This camera is my boyfriends but I have used it quite a bit. For what is (3mp), it takes fine pictures. VERY ease to use and its nice and "pocketable.

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Installing Canon PowerShot SD200 Flash Assembly

Tools used in this guide

Phillips #00 Screwdriver (1) Spudger (1)
The Canon PowerShot SD200 has a built in flash in the camera. If the flash no longer works, it might need replacing. This guide will show you how to remove the flash assembly.

2011 iFixit CC BY-NC-SA

www.iFixit.com

Page 1 of 14

Step 1 - Battery
The camera used to create these repair guides had a broken lens assembly. As a result, the lens is sticking out in all of the photos, but it is important to note that this should not be the case with your camera. The lens should retract itself back into the camera when it is turned off. Use your fingernail to slide the dark gray tab located on the bottom of the device towards the edge of camera. Slide the light gray door away from the LCD screen and pull up to open the door. Both battery and memory card should now be visible.

Step 2

Rotate the small brown tab towards the edge of the camera. The battery should pop up.

Page 2 of 14

Step 3
Pull the battery straight out of the battery holder. When putting the battery back in, make sure it is orientated the same as it was before.

Step 4 - Buttons

Close light gray battery compartment door.
Remove the six 2.8 mm Phillips screws on the outside of the case. Two screws are found on each side of the camera, and the final two are found on the bottom.

Page 3 of 14

Step 5
Use your fingers to carefully pry off the back casing from the camera assembly. Casing should lift straight off.

Step 6

Push the buttons out with your finger if they did not fall out while removing the casing. Pull off the white plastic side piece if it did not fall out while removing the casing.

Page 4 of 14

Step 7
Remove the one 2.2 mm Phillips screw from the bottom of the camera. Take off the print button.

Step 8

Use your fingers to carefully pry off the front casing of the camera. The front casing should pull straight off.

Page 5 of 14

Step 9
Use the flat end of the spudger to lift open the white plastic latch on the front of the camera. Once the latch is lifted up, move the latch up towards the top edge of the camera. Remove the top button assembly by pulling straight up.

Step 10 - LCD Screen

Remove the one 2.4 mm Phillips screw from the bottom of the motherboard. Remove the two 3.9 mm Phillips screws from the top of the motherboard.

Page 6 of 14

Step 11
Remove the one 2.4 mm Phillips screw directly above the top right corner of the LCD screen.

Step 12

Use the flat end of the spudger to lift up the small black connector from the back side of the motherboard. The connector should just lift straight up.

Page 7 of 14

Step 13
Hold the camera at an angle to locate the small blue ZIF connector on the back side of the motherboard and next to the LCD screen. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the tab of the blue ZIF connector. Slide the ribbon cable out. Once the ribbon is removed, the LCD screen can be rotated away from its initial position to reveal more screws underneath. Do not pull the LCD screen out or rotate past 180 degrees away from its initial position, or else you will damage the remaining ribbon that holds the LCD sceen in place.

Step 14

Remove the four 2.6 mm Phillips screws located underneath where the LCD screen used to be. Remove the one 4.2 mm Phillips screw from the bottom of the back face of the camera.

Page 8 of 14

Step 15
Remove the one 2.7 mm Phillips screw from the left side of the camera.

Step 16

Using the flat end of the spudger, begin to slightly peel back the orange ribbon cable from the rest of the camera by lifting up at the bottom corner. The ribbon cable should pop off of the pegs. Rotate the speaker so that it unlatches from the camera frame. Then use the flat end of the spudger to lift up the speaker from the rest of the camera.

Page 9 of 14

Step 17
Use the flat end of the spudger to peel back the orange ribbon cable on the top of the camera where the power button contact is located. Only apply enough force to lift the power button contact up from the rest of the camera. Use the flat end of the spudger to lift up the LED bulb from the rest of the camera.

Step 18

Rotate the camera upside down to locate the small black ZIF connector located in the middle of the camera. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the tab on the black ZIF connector. Pull the ribbon cable straight out. Remove the orange ribbon cable from the rest of the camera.

Page 10 of 14

Step 19
Remove the one 4.3 mm Phillips screw that is now visible, which is located at the top right of the back of the camera.

Step 20

Locate the two ZIF connectors on the front of the camera. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the tab on the blue ZIF connector. Then pull the ribbon cable straight out. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the tab on the black ZIF connector. Then pull the ribbon cable straight out.

Page 11 of 14

Step 21
Lay the camera on its front side.
Hold down on the camera's metal casing with one hand. Using your other hand, lift the LCD screen straight up, making sure the LCD screen's ribbon cable slides free of metal casing. When reassembling, the LCD screen ribbon cable must go through its slot in the metal backing before attaching the back metal casing.

Step 22 - Flash Assembly

Use your fingers to carfeully pry off the back metal casing. Once the metal back casing comes off, the camera will lose most of its rigidity and will want to fall apart. Hold the camera with both hands to avoid damage to the camera. Separate the metal case and tripod internal thread end from the rest of the camera.

Page 12 of 14

Step 23
Before working on the flash assembly make sure the flash is completely discharged or pay attention to where your fingers are. The capacitor in the flash assembly can hold a charge for a long time and it can shock you. Lift flash assembly up. Rotate flash assembly away from the camera.

Step 24

Use your fingers to give a small gap of space between the bottom of the lens assembly and the motherboard. Slide the small circular battery, which is part of the flash assembly, through the small gap. Separaate the flash assembly from the rest of the camera.

Page 13 of 14

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.
This document was last generated on Feb 12, 2011.

Page 14 of 14

doc1

Installing Canon PowerShot SD200 Lens Assembly

Tools used in this guide

Phillips #00 Screwdriver (1) Spudger (1)
The Canon PowerShot SD200 has a lens with a 3x optical zoom. Replacing the lens assembly may be required if the lens is damaged. This guide will show how to remove the lens assembly.

2011 iFixit CC BY-NC-SA

www.iFixit.com

Page 1 of 16

Step 1 - Battery
The camera used to create these repair guides had a broken lens assembly. As a result, the lens is sticking out in all of the photos, but it is important to note that this should not be the case with your camera. The lens should retract itself back into the camera when it is turned off. Use your fingernail to slide the dark gray tab located on the bottom of the device towards the edge of camera. Slide the light gray door away from the LCD screen and pull up to open the door. Both battery and memory card should now be visible.

Step 2

Rotate the small brown tab towards the edge of the camera. The battery should pop up.

Page 2 of 16

Step 3
Pull the battery straight out of the battery holder. When putting the battery back in, make sure it is orientated the same as it was before.

Step 4 - Buttons

Close light gray battery compartment door.
Remove the six 2.8 mm Phillips screws on the outside of the case. Two screws are found on each side of the camera, and the final two are found on the bottom.

Page 3 of 16

Step 5
Use your fingers to carefully pry off the back casing from the camera assembly. Casing should lift straight off.

Step 6

Push the buttons out with your finger if they did not fall out while removing the casing. Pull off the white plastic side piece if it did not fall out while removing the casing.

Page 4 of 16

Step 7
Remove the one 2.2 mm Phillips screw from the bottom of the camera. Take off the print button.

Step 8

Use your fingers to carefully pry off the front casing of the camera. The front casing should pull straight off.

Page 5 of 16

Step 9
Use the flat end of the spudger to lift open the white plastic latch on the front of the camera. Once the latch is lifted up, move the latch up towards the top edge of the camera. Remove the top button assembly by pulling straight up.

Step 10 - LCD Screen

Remove the one 2.4 mm Phillips screw from the bottom of the motherboard. Remove the two 3.9 mm Phillips screws from the top of the motherboard.

Page 6 of 16

Step 11
Remove the one 2.4 mm Phillips screw directly above the top right corner of the LCD screen.

Step 12

Use the flat end of the spudger to lift up the small black connector from the back side of the motherboard. The connector should just lift straight up.

Page 7 of 16

Step 13
Hold the camera at an angle to locate the small blue ZIF connector on the back side of the motherboard and next to the LCD screen. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the tab of the blue ZIF connector. Slide the ribbon cable out. Once the ribbon is removed, the LCD screen can be rotated away from its initial position to reveal more screws underneath. Do not pull the LCD screen out or rotate past 180 degrees away from its initial position, or else you will damage the remaining ribbon that holds the LCD sceen in place.

Step 14

Remove the four 2.6 mm Phillips screws located underneath where the LCD screen used to be. Remove the one 4.2 mm Phillips screw from the bottom of the back face of the camera.

Page 8 of 16

Step 15
Remove the one 2.7 mm Phillips screw from the left side of the camera.

Step 16

Using the flat end of the spudger, begin to slightly peel back the orange ribbon cable from the rest of the camera by lifting up at the bottom corner. The ribbon cable should pop off of the pegs. Rotate the speaker so that it unlatches from the camera frame. Then use the flat end of the spudger to lift up the speaker from the rest of the camera.

Page 9 of 16

Step 17
Use the flat end of the spudger to peel back the orange ribbon cable on the top of the camera where the power button contact is located. Only apply enough force to lift the power button contact up from the rest of the camera. Use the flat end of the spudger to lift up the LED bulb from the rest of the camera.

Step 18

Rotate the camera upside down to locate the small black ZIF connector located in the middle of the camera. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the tab on the black ZIF connector. Pull the ribbon cable straight out. Remove the orange ribbon cable from the rest of the camera.

Page 10 of 16

Step 19
Remove the one 4.3 mm Phillips screw that is now visible, which is located at the top right of the back of the camera.

Step 20

Locate the two ZIF connectors on the front of the camera. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the tab on the blue ZIF connector. Then pull the ribbon cable straight out. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the tab on the black ZIF connector. Then pull the ribbon cable straight out.

Page 11 of 16

Step 21
Lay the camera on its front side.
Hold down on the camera's metal casing with one hand. Using your other hand, lift the LCD screen straight up, making sure the LCD screen's ribbon cable slides free of metal casing. When reassembling, the LCD screen ribbon cable must go through its slot in the metal backing before attaching the back metal casing.

Step 22 - Flash Assembly

Use your fingers to carfeully pry off the back metal casing. Once the metal back casing comes off, the camera will lose most of its rigidity and will want to fall apart. Hold the camera with both hands to avoid damage to the camera. Separate the metal case and tripod internal thread end from the rest of the camera.

Page 12 of 16

Step 23
Before working on the flash assembly make sure the flash is completely discharged or pay attention to where your fingers are. The capacitor in the flash assembly can hold a charge for a long time and it can shock you. Lift flash assembly up. Rotate flash assembly away from the camera.

Step 24

Use your fingers to give a small gap of space between the bottom of the lens assembly and the motherboard. Slide the small circular battery, which is part of the flash assembly, through the small gap. Separaate the flash assembly from the rest of the camera.

Page 13 of 16

Step 25 - Lens Assembly
Locate the black ZIF connector located directly below the lens. Use the flat end of the spudger to flip up the black tab on the ZIF connector and pull the ribbon cable straight out.

Step 26

Locate the brown ZIF connector located on the front of the camera. Use the flat end of the spudger to push the small top brown tab out towards the lens. Repeat for the bottom brown tab. Pull the ribbon cable out from the ZIF connector.

Page 14 of 16

Step 27
Pull the lens assembly away from the motherboard assembly.

Step 28

Remove the one 2.6 mm Phillips screw on the top of the lens assembly holding the viewer in place. Pull out the view finder from the rest of the lens assembly.

Page 15 of 16

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.
This document was last generated on Feb 12, 2011.

Page 16 of 16

 

Technical specifications

General
Product TypeDigital camera - compact
Width3.4 in
Depth0.8 in
Height2.1 in
Weight0.2 lbs
Body MaterialStainless steel
Main Features
Resolution3.2 Megapixel
Color SupportColor
Optical Sensor TypeCCD
Total Pixels3,300,000 pixels
Effective Sensor Resolution3,200,000 pixels
Optical Sensor Size1/2.5"
Light SensitivityISO 100, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 50, ISO auto
Digital Zoom3.2 x
Shooting ModesFrame movie mode
Shooting ProgramsPortrait mode, stitch assist, underwater, indoor, kids & pets, digital macro, night snapshot
Special EffectsBlack & White, Sepia, Neutral, Low Sharpening, Vivid
Max Shutter Speed1/1500 sec
Min Shutter Speed15 sec
Exposure MeteringEvaluative, center-weighted, spot
Exposure ModesProgram, automatic, manual
Exposure Compensation±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps
White BalanceCustom, automatic, presets
White Balance PresetsFluorescent, cloudy, tungsten light, daylight, fluorescent light (daylight)
Digital Video FormatAVI
Still Image FormatJPEG
Continuous Shooting Speed2.8 frames per second
Video CaptureAVI - 320 x 240 - 60 fps - 60 sec - max clip duration AVI - 160 x 120 - 15 fps - 180 sec - max clip duration AVI - 640 x 480 - 30 fps - 6 sec - with 16MB card AVI - 640 x 480 - 15 fps - 14 sec - with 16MB card AVI - 320 x 240 - 60 fps - 10 sec - with 16MB card AVI - 320 x 240 - 15 fps - 40 sec - with 16MB card AVI - 160 x 120 - 15 fps - 98 sec - with 16MB card
Memory / Storage
Flash Memory16 MB flash - SD Memory Card
Supported Flash MemorySD Memory Card
Image StorageSuper-fine JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 8 - with 16MB card Fine JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 15 - with 16MB card Normal JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 30 - with 16MB card Super-fine JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 13 - with 16MB card Fine JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 24 - with 16MB card Normal JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 46 - with 16MB card Super-fine JPEG 1024 x 768 : 23 - with 16MB card Fine JPEG 1024 x 768 : 42 - with 16MB card Normal JPEG 1024 x 768 : 74 - with 16MB card Super-fine JPEG 640 x 480 : 52 - with 16MB card Fine JPEG 640 x 480 : 80 - with 16MB card Normal JPEG 640 x 480 : 127 - with 16MB card
Camera Flash
Camera FlashBuilt-in flash
Flash ModesFill-in mode, slow synchro, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction
Red Eye ReductionYes
Effective Flash Range1.6 ft - 11.5 ft
FeaturesAF illuminator
Lens System
TypeZoom lens - 5.8 mm - 17.4 mm - f/2.8-4.9
Focal Length5.8 mm - 17.4 mm
Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera35 - 105mm
Focus AdjustmentAutomatic
Auto FocusTTL contrast detection
Auto Focus Points (Zones)9
Min Focus Range11.8 in
Macro Focus Range1 in - 19.7 in
Lens ApertureF/2.8-4.9
Optical Zoom3 x
Zoom AdjustmentMotorized drive
Lens Construction5 group(s) / 6 element(s)
FeaturesBuilt-in lens shield, UA lens
Additional Features
Self TimerYes
Self Timer Delay10 sec, 2 sec
Additional FeaturesAudio recording, direct print, RGB primary color filter, auto power save, digital noise reduction, date/time stamp, DPOF support, display brightness control, camera orientation detection, PictBridge support, histogram display, AE lock, AF lock, FE lock
Viewfinder
Viewfinder TypeOptical - real-image zoom
Display
TypeLCD display - TFT active matrix - 2" - color
Display Form FactorBuilt-in
Display Format118,000 pixels
Microphone
TypeMicrophone - built-in
Microphone TechnologyElectret condenser
Microphone Operation ModeMono
Connections
Connector Type1 x USB 1 x composite video/audio output
Expansion Slot(s)1 x SD Memory Card
Software
SoftwareDrivers & Utilities, Canon PhotoStitch, Canon ZoomBrowser EX, ArcSoft PhotoImpression, ArcSoft VideoImpression, Canon ImageBrowser
System Requirements for PC Connection
Operating System SupportMS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows ME, MS Windows 98 SE, Apple Mac OS X 10.1.5 - 10.3
Peripheral DevicesUSB port, CD-ROM drive
Miscellaneous
Included AccessoriesWrist strap
Cables IncludedA/V cable USB cable
Power
Power DeviceBattery charger - external
Battery
Supported BatteryCanon NB-4L
Supported Battery Details1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery - 760 mAh ( included )
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature32 °F
Max Operating Temperature104 °F
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandCanon
Part Numbers9697A001, 9697A006, SD200

 

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