Summary: Canon's second rugged digital camera is encased in a more conventionally-designed body while providing a hefty amout of protection. The Powershot D20 can be taken underwater to a depth of 10m while being shockproof to falls from 1.5m and freezeproof down to -10C. The D20 features an internal wide-angle 5X optical zoom lens with built-in stabilization paired with a 12 CMOS sensor with ISO 100 to 3200 sensitivity range and capable of capturing full 1080p HD video.
Pros: Low image-noise until ISO 400, Nicely saturated colors, Generally responsive, Good stabilization, Quick optical zoom, Sharp MF-Assist view, Excellent LCD visibility, Excellent rugged construction, Quick shutter-lag, Good battery-life for GPS-enabled camera, Easy to press buttons
Cons: Softness at all ISO, strong past ISO 400, Unusable ISO 1600+, Narrow dynamic-range, Some over-exposure, Poor AWB in low-light, Very slow autofocus, Shutter-release too soft, Impossible to setup video framing, Lens too easy to block, Wrist-strap attaches to wrong side, 2½s Video delay