Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD890 IS / Digital IXUS 970 IS / IXY 820
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Amazing Picture Quality and Fantastic Zoom
24 July 2009
Summary: This is a fantastic camera, as I would expect from Canon. There is now a new model of this camera (SD970), but I like the SD890 better because the buttons on the back panel are easier to use. Also the SD890 is a far better value than the SD970. $150+ for 12 megapixels vs.
Summary: This takes amazing photos for someone not skilled at taking photos. It's compact, easy to use, easy to navigate without reading the directions. I carry it with me always now and have been able to capture some amazing things from a great distance without even getting out of the car. I love it!
Summary: I continue to be amazed at how much camera is being put into how small a package these days. This one replaces a Canon from about four years ago. It cost less than the old one, is smaller and lighter, and has better zoom and resolution. The few pictures I've taken so far are beautiful.
Small Excellent camera for indoor and outdoor pictures
DBM- "Macworld", Amazon
2 June 2009
Summary: I had Canon SD450(5.1 Mega Pixel) camera earlier and it was getting old. So I was looking for replacement for a reasonable price. I think SD890IS is good find for 10Meg Pixel and 5X optical zoom. On our recent California and Nevada trip I used this camera for all time.
Summary: It captures amazing Photos especially outdoors. Makes sure U read the manual so U can familiarize urself with its working mechanism. The buttons are easy to control, the LCD is 2.5inches across with top-notch clarity.
Summary: I had a Sony Cybershot, which I liked a lot... it had some years with me, so it was time for a change. By suggestion of some friends I got into Canon... and in terms of value for money, this is the best model.
Summary: I read all the reviews prior to purchasing this camera. So, I was a little nervous to purchase it but it had all the features I wanted. The power button is easy to operate if you have small fingers. It takes pictures rather quickly and does a great job in different light settings.