Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD600 / IXUS 60 / IXY 70
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1 November 2007
Excerpt: The Canon PowerShot SD600 Digital Camera gives great image quality even in low light with higher settings. You can make every image razor sharp and vibrantly colorful with the sleek and compact 6-megapixel PowerShot SD600. You can enlarge the details before or after shooting with the 3x optical zoom UA lens. You can reduce the effects of camera shake, and sharpen subjects in low-light situations with high shutter speeds with the High ISO Auto settings.
Excerpt: The Canon PowerShot SD600 Digital ELPH camera deals a deck of heavyweight digital photography mojo into a lightweight and pocket-sized package. Like its older brother, the PowerShot SD630 Digital ELPH model, this diminutive digicam features 6-megapixel resolution, ISO equivalent speed settings from 80 to 800, and a retractable 3x optical zoom with an equivalent 35mm focal length of 35-105mm.
Excerpt: The IXUS series of digital cameras have always been about great features and easily usable functionality in an ultra-compact form factor. One of their recently launched models (in India), the 6-megapixel Canon Digital IXUS 60 is aimed at the starter-level audience that's looking at great results with minimum fuss. But does it really live up to that expectation? Build Being a part of the IXUS series, the camera is tiny with its 86 x 54 x 22 mm dimensions.
Conclusion: Canon Digital IXUS 60 digital camera The design of the Canon Digital IXUS 60 looks attractive and will undoubtedly gain its fair share of admiration. The Canon IXUS line is famed for its design, and with its smooth and round shapes, Canon hold a truly thriving concept. Besides the camera's design, Canon have clearly put considerable effort into the way the camera lies in your hand, which is still pleasant and secure.
Excerpt: Physical Views The SD600 compared to a standard CD disc. The Powershot SD600 and the Sony Cyber-shot W30 Continue on to Features & Controls PowerShot SD600 Specifications Camera Effective Pixels Approx. 6.0 million Image Sensor 1/2.5-inch CCD (Total number of pixels: Approx.6.2 million) Lens 5.8 (W)-17.4 (T) mm (35mm film equivalent: 35 (W)-105 (T) mm) f/2.8 (W)-f/4.9 (T) Digital Zoom Approx. 4.0x (Up to approx.
Conclusion: The Canon PowerShot SD600 Digital ELPH is a great go-anywhere camera which took the SD450 and made everything better. The SD600 features 6 effective megapixels, 3x optical zoom and a 2.5 inch LCD. The SD600's new LCD has more resolution and is a little sharper yet it's still not as sharp or as high-res as other cameras. Still, the LCD is visible both indoors and outdoors.
Pros: Ultra-compact and very classy, Fairly powerful flash, Large fairly high-resolution LCD, Fairly fast, unlimited continuous shooting, Excellent movie mode, Improved user interface, My Colors post-processing can be done in playback, Good high ISO performance (some post-processing may be required, though), Very good photo quality
Cons: Battery life is below average, No manual controls, LCD is still not that sharp; hasn't reach its full potential, Red-eye, Large movie file sizes and cannot optical zoom or focus when recording, Fairly high noise at ISO 800 (countered by post-processing), Startup and autofocus needs to be faster