Summary: I own a large digital camera with interchangeable lenses, but, with all that power comes. . .Bulk! What I needed was a little pocket camera that would take acceptable shots I could use on my website. The Canon SD630 fills the bill. . .and a whole lot more!
Summary: After spending a few days doing research by asking friends and looking at various Internet sites, I decided to go with the SD 630. I've had it for about a week now, and overall I am pleased with my purchase. (It seems like I had good timing, since apparently it is now discontinued?
Summary: I love the LCD screen on this camera. It is soo large that it makes taking pictures wonderful. The disadvantage of the screen that as your taking the pictures the screen looks out of focus, but once the picture is taken it comes out clear.
Summary: The main reason to purchase this camera is the large 3 inch viewing screen. The down side is the resolution is only 173K pixels so it is not as sharp and bright as most other 2.5 inch screen. This is only noticeable when you compare them side by side.
amazing little camera with extrodinarily clear pictures
29 November 2006
Summary: The camera SD630 is an amazing product for the price. Its resolution is 6.0 megapixels, which isn't the highest anymore but is the same as the original Digital Rebel from Canon, which I also own. This camera is replacing my Fujifilm 4800 which I bought 5 years ago at $500.
Summary: I purchased this camera when it was first released in anticipation of my upcoming summer trip to Europe. I upgraded to this 6MP Canon from my two and a half year old 5MP Sony DSC-P10, a camera that was becoming increasingly irritating both because of the small 1.5" LCD screen and how long it took to...
Summary: As far as all the features I'll never use and I'm not a pro like some people claim to be, I'm happy with this camera. It takes great pictures but does utilize battery power because of the screen.
Summary: The Canon PowerShot SD630 is a small yet fierce compact point-and-shoot camera. This little 6-megapixel camera managed to bundle performance and snappy photos into a package you can easily carry in your shirt or pants pocket.