Summary: Canon continues its habit of creating well-made cameras with a select few features on board. There's nothing earth-shattering on offer here -- just a solid, simple camera that takes lovely, stabilised pictures and movies. It's all the better for it
Pros: Elegant and reliable; fine images and films; very approachable.
Cons: Slightly pricey; doesn't boast the latest spec.
Summary: With some high-profile, heavily hyped siblings around, it’s easy for the Canon PowerShot SD770 IS to get overlooked. Sitting between exciting new interface designs and lots of new technology in the SD790 and 890, and the budget bomber SD1100 IS – follow-up to a camera that was on just about...
Pros: Simplicity, streamlined interface are appealing, Refreshingly good ultracompact battery life, AF performance is hard to beat, Rugged build quality, classic good looks
Cons: Slow flash recycle times remain, Unimpressive lens, Sensor is a bit noisy, even at lower ISOs, Too easy to get more camera for the money?
Summary: The PowerShot SD770 IS Digital ELPH's classic box and circle design has characterized the Digital ELPH look for more than a decade. This 10-megapixel model boasts the thinnest body of any optically image stabilized ELPH model ever produced, featuring a slimmer yet higher capacity battery pack, that...
Summary: The Canon Digital IXUS 85 doesn't do anything revolutionary, but it follows the trend of its predecessors by offering a combination of stylish design, great image quality and some nifty features in a petite design, making it a compelling purchase for anyone looking for a compact camera.