Couple quick questions about ELPH 330
Excited to start taking pictures with my new camera. In learning some of the features, I came across a couple modes I wasn't sure about. Canon didn't quite explain it, but sometimes the person just reads from the manual, not from using the camera in real life ;-).
1. Image stabilization - Continuous vs Shot Only? Seems silly to have it running until you're ready to shoot a photo, but makes sense shooting video. But will leaving it on Continuous so I don't have to keep changing it run down the battery or wear out the mechanism quicker?
2. iContrast - Canon suggested leaving it off outdoors to avoid blown highlights, but the setting is for Auto, so doesn't the camera decide to turn it off if it detects a lot of light?
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