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Canon PowerShot SD750


$199.00 Released July, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to pick up and start using right away, not complicated ata all. Plenty of functions for people who want control over how the picture is shot. Small enough to fit in a shirt pocket.

The Cons:LCD screen scratches up fairly quickly. Jog dial in the back is a little awkward to use.

Canon PowerShot SD750 is a digital camera focused not only on quality image production, but also on a compact durable size with a professional looking finish. Its small ELPH design carries 3X Optical zoom, 4X Digital, with 7.1 Megapixel resolution.

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  No viewfinder is found on this model, however a 3” LCD Monitor gives the user an idea of what they are capturing. The built in flash recycles in 10 seconds and features Red-Eye reduction. Other picture enhancing features include the DIGIC III Image processor, which utilizes Face Detection Technology intended to improve photos involving portraits or groups of people. What allows for the SD750 to remain so compact is the rechargeable Lithium NB-4L battery, separating it from other digital cameras requiring larger AA batteries.    

Features

  • 3X Optical, 4X Digital Zoom
  • 7.1 Megapixel Resolution
  • Silver, or two tone Black and Silver Finish
  • Small Durable Construction (130g weight)
  • Rechargeable Lithium NB-4L batt.
  • DIGIC III Processor featuring Face Detection Technology
  • 3" LCD Monitor
  • No Viewfinder
  • Standard 32MB Memory for 7.5 minute Video Recording
  • Variety of Shooting Modes and Effects
  • SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, MultiMedia Card
  • USB 2.0 High Speed mini -B jack interface

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    easy to pick up and start using right away, not complicated ata all

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    plenty of functions for people who want control over how the picture is shot

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    small enough to fit in a shirt pocket

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    LCD is large and clear, makes it easy to find what you're trying to shoot

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    images have deep and realistic colors

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    takes pictures quickly, no big lag time

Cons
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    LCD screen scratches up fairly quickly

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    jog dial in the back is a little awkward to use

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