Canon IXUS AF & FF
The Canon IXUS AF is a low-end part of the IXUS APS range, introduced by Canon in March 1999. Compared to other IXUS's, it is quite basic; the blue body is entirely plastic, and the camera lacks the date & message features of other models. The autofocussed fixed-length 25mm lens is mechanically extended by the sliding on-off switch. There is a small LCD settings panel in the top, along with self-timer and flash mode buttons.
- IXUS AF in the Canon Camera Museum