By Lacie Hattabaugh

Jack Rabbit

Equipment Info
Canon Canon PowerShot S3 IS
State/Province/Region
AZ
Country
US
Nearest Area
Phoenix
Town
Yuma
Brief Directions

Sensor • 1/2.7" CCD, 3.34 million total pixels • 3.2 million effective pixels Image sizes • 2048 x 1536 • 1600 x 1200 • 1024 x 768 • 640 x 480 Movie clips • 640 x 480, Fine, 30 fps • 640 x 480, 15 fps • 320 x 240, 15 fps • Length limited only by storage (maximum single movie file 1GB) • With audio Lens • 38-380 mm equiv. (10x optical zoom) • F2.8 - F3.1 • Image Stabilized, USM, multi-speed zoom Focus • TTL • Center Area AF • FlexiZone AF/AE area selection • Single / Continuous AF • Manual focus • Focus bracketing • 10 cm minimum focus range (macro) Shooting mode • Auto • Program AE • Shutter priority AE • Aperture priority AE • Manual • Custom • Portrait • Landscape • Night Scene • Fast Shutter • Slow Shutter • Stitch Assist • Movie Sensitivity • Auto • ISO 50 - 400 White Balance • Auto • 6 presets • Manual Image parameters • Contrast (3 levels) • Sharpness (3 levels) • Saturation (3 levels) • Photo effects (Vivid, neutral, sepia, black & white) Continuous 1.7 fps, up to 24 frames Flash • Built-in, pop-up (electronic) • Auto, Manual on/off, Red-eye reduction: on/off, Slow sync: on/off • Range (ISO 100): W 1.0 - 4.2 m (3.3 - 13.8 ft), T 1.0 - 3.8 m (3.3 - 12.5 ft) • Compensation: +/- 2.0 EV in 0.3 EV steps Storage • Compact Flash Type I or Type II • FAT32 supported (cards >2 GB) • 32 MB CF card supplied Viewfinder • Electronic Viewfinder • 114,000 pixels • 100% coverage • Dioptre adjustment (-5.5 to 1.5 dpt) LCD monitor • 1.5" TFT, 114,000 pixels • 100% coverage • Tilt, twist and swivel ('Vari-angle') Connectivity • USB 1.1 • A/V out • DC-IN Power • 4 x AA batteries (NiMH recommended) • (Optional AC adapter) Other features • Orientation sensor • Wireless remote (optional) • Interval shooting • Histogram in playback • Sound memo • Direct print (Canon & PictBridge) • 2/10 second self-timer

Notes

I love photography

Description

This was taken on a military base. There where so many jack rabbits

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Date Added
March 27, 2011
Date Taken
January 1, 1970

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