Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD10 / Digital IXUS I / IXY Digital L
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Value for money 9
Ease of use 9
Picture quality 9
18 February 2007
Conclusion: Canon Digital IXUS i Zoom stylish designed digital camera The Canon Digital IXUS i Zoom is a descendant of the already famous digital IXUS family. Its very compact and stylishly designed; a real eye-catcher.
Canon PowerShot SD10 Review is based on a production
model. All sample images are unretouched, except
where specified. Simple
Canon PowerShot SD10 Digital ELPH is one
of the smallest Digital ELPH Canon has put out
and is elegantly designed.
Summary: Canon's PowerShot Digital ELPH SD10 tips the scales at a diminutive 3.5 ounces and measures just 3.6 x 1.9 x 0.7 inches, as of October 2003 it is the world's smallest four megapixel digital camera.
a regular Digital ELPH just isn't small enough for you, then
Canon's newest and smallest model will definitely get your attention.
Keeping them same all-metal body as the other ELPHs, the PowerShot
SD10 Digital ELPH ($349 street price) is probably 1/3 the size
of the SD100 and S400.
Pros: Tiny, elegant metal body, Excellent photo quality for such a small camera, Quick Shot mode lets you take pictures without prefocusing, Above average performance, Impressive playback modes, AF illuminator, Optional weatherproof case, One of the best software bundles out there
Cons: Some redeye, Above average noise, several hot pixels in night test shot, Flimsy plastic door over battery/memory card compartment, More manual controls, or at least some scene modes, would be nice, No optical viewfinder or zoom lens, Movie mode looking a little dated, Pricey
Summary: The Ixus i Zoom is a truly beautiful object and it can shoot some beautiful snaps. It’s good to see that Canon has now included an optical zoom. However, an underpowered screen and a mediocre lens reduce it to more of a fashion accessory than a super-slim snapper.