Canon PowerShot SD 750 or Ixus 75 Digital Camera Review
15 March 2008
Excerpt: This Canon digital camera (slimmest optical zoom camera from Canon) offers superb response times and high-quality image rendering through Canons DIGIC III image processor. Some interesting features include: Red-Eye Correction in playback, Face Detection AF/AE/FE and Noise Reduction Technology, ISO...
Summary: A little thicker and a little heavier than some other ultra-compact cameras, despite its mainly plastic construction the 7.1Mp Canon IXUS 75 has superb build-quality and fits nicely in your pocket.
Excerpt: I made a great choice in selecting the PowerShot SD750 as my next digital camera. I was looking for a digital camera that was small and lightweight. As a novice photographer I don’t like to mess around with ISO, aperture settings, and shutter speed variations; this camera was just right for me.
Summary: Although the Canon Digital IXUS 75 doesn't have many whistles and bells, the large screen and smart styling easily make up for what is by today's standards an undistinguished spec sheet. Above all, picture quality is excellent for this size of compact
Pros: Excellent picture quality; large screen; smart styling; good video.
Summary: The PowerShot SD750 and the SD1000 Digital ELPH cameras build on Canon's original box and circle design - now so frequently replicated by others - while maintaining their own individual ELPH identity.
Summary: While the pictures could be a little sharper, the Digital IXUS 75 excelled in all other areas and is a brilliant choice if you're after an all purpose camera to throw in your pocket and forget about.
Pros: Great colour, low chromatic aberration, low noise, big screen, compact design
Conclusion: Having reviewed a number of cameras recently that I was decidedly unimpressed with it comes as something of a relief to look at the test photos I took with the Canon IXUS 75. In almost all areas this camera is comfortably above average and in many areas it is far in advance of the competition.