Conclusion: Canon Digital IXUS 900 Ti compact camera The Canon Digital IXUS 900 Ti is the product of ten years of IXUS; which has led to a stylish design in a high-quality titanium housing. There are no doubts about the fact that the Canon IXUS 900 Ti is pure eye-candy; this camera truly is a top product as far as design is concerned. The Canon 900 Ti feels durable to the touch, and features a neatly finished design.
Excerpt: It's ten years since the first camera was launched in the Canon IXUS range. A lot has changed since 1996 and manufacturers are now stuffing 10MP sensors into compacts and DSLRs alike. But Canon hasn't just upped the resolution stakes; this model also showcases its new DIGIC III image processor with Advanced Noise Reduction and Face Detection technology.
Summary: The IXUS 900Ti certainly offers a refined overall performance and will prove more than satisfactory in normal domestic use for capturing images like family portraits. However, the fact that it has a 10MP CCD and broad ISO range doesn't mean that it will produce high-quality images.
Excerpt: The 900 Ti is one of Canon’s pricier Ixus compact cameras. For not much over £200, you get a tough, attractive titanium body equipped with a generous 10-megapixel sensor, but the camera lacks a few of its siblings’ high-end features such as optical image stabilization.
Summary: There's so little to criticise on Canon compact cameras
these days it's almost getting boring, and the Canon Digital
IXUS 900 Ti is no different. It looks good, responds well,
is for the most part easy and intuitive to use, and, thanks
to that standardised (across the IXUS range) 9-point AiAF,
delivers sharply detailed images that will more than satisfy
its target market.