Canon PowerShot SD1000
Released October, 2007
The Pros:Operation is very simple, can just pick it up and start using it. Built very solidly, nothing creaks or flexes. Has a good feel, easy to hold, good balance.
The Cons:Lacks any image stabilization, need to brace yourself well. Low light performance is poor, images look grainy.
The Canon PowerShot SD1000 is a 3x zoom digital point-and-shoot camera, released in late 2007. This camera is the successor to the SD900, a similarly featured Canon camera. The SD1000 features a 7.1 megapixel sensor, a DIGIC III image processor and a 2.5-inch LCD screen for previewing photos.
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The ISO can go as high as 1600, and redeye is automatically reduced on the fly. A wide range of scene modes are available for stress-free photography, including Portrait, Night Snapshot and an Indoors mode. Movies can also be recorded, with a file size limit up to 4GB. According to the manufacturer, the lithium-ion battery should provide users with approximately 210 shots before a recharge is required. Both SD and SDHC memory cards are fully supported.
- 7.1 megapixel CCD
- 3x optical zoom
- 2.5” LCD screen
- Lithium-ion battery
- Scene modes
- Auto ISO 1600
- SD/SDHC memory card support
- 32 MB memory card included
- USB cable, wrist strap and A/V cable included
User Reviews (1)
operation is very simple, can just pick it up and start using it
built very solidly, nothing creaks or flexes
has a good feel, easy to hold, good balance
battery lasts a long time between charges
design looks sleek and minimal, a cool looking camera
lacks any image stabilization, need to brace yourself well
low light performance is poor, images look grainy
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