Canon PowerShot SD880 IS
Released September, 2008
The Pros:Small and light. Utilizes common & cheap memory. Somewhat inexpensive.
The Cons:Limited optical zoom range. Boring camera - nothing special about it. Unimpressive technical specifications - better cameras for similar prices can be found.
Canon PowerShot SD880 IS Digital ELHP has a compact design with specs directed towards the user with photographic creativity, utilizing a variety of shooting options and effects with a wide-angle 28mm lens.
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This model is a step above from the entry line models, equipped with 10 Megapixel resolution, and DIGIC 4 Image Processor focused on improving portrait and group shots. The 4X Optical and 4X Digital Zoom found on this camera is not the strongest Canon puts out in the PowerShot line up. The compact size does not allow for a viewfinder, however there is a 3” LCD monitor, along with a built-in flash that has a Red-Eye Reduction feature. Keeping this unit small and light, at 155grams, is the rechargeable Lithium-ion NB-5L battery.
- Compact Digital Camera
- 10 Megapixel resolution
- 4X Optical Zoom
- No Viewfinder
- 3" LCD Monitor
- SD/SDHC Memory Card, MultiMedia Card, MMC Plus Card, HC MMC Plus Card
- Normal, Fine and SuperFine Image Compression
- Approx 420 Min Playback time
- USB 2.0 High Speed (mini-B jack) interface
User Reviews (5)
utilizes common & cheap memory
28mm lens is good for group shots and scenic pictures
For the price a good little camera. Have had ours for a few years and still working great.
Limited optical zoom range
boring camera - nothing special about it
unimpressive technical specifications - better cameras for similar prices can be found
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