Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD780 IS
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From the Lab Canon PowerShot SD780 IS
11 August 2009
Excerpt: (1 items) Quite possibly one of the more fashionable point-and-shoot cameras out right now, the sleek, solid-colored PowerShot SD780 IS (available in gold, red, black, and silver) isn’t just a looker. It also performs very well, with great image quality, a powerful flash, nice high-ISO shots in low light, a great selection of scene modes, and excellent optical image stabilization.
Pros: Stylish, Great features, flash, and low-light performance
Cons: No wide-angle lens or manual controls, Small controls, LCD, and zoom range
Summary: In most regards, the $279 Canon PowerShot SD780 IS is a solid mid-range point-and-shoot: it has decent image quality, records HD video, and is one of the most attractive pocket cameras we’ve seen in a while. Some flaws, however, such as overexposed shots when using Macro and low-light performance, hold it back from a higher rating. But casual photographers might rather have a camera this tiny than one that excels at close-ups or low-light shooting.
Pros: Sleek tiny shape, Built-in accelerometer, Smart Auto mode quickly and accurately adjusts the settings, Face detection quickly detects and tracks multiple faces, Accurate colors,
Cons: Weak low-light performance, Picks up scratches easily, Tiny buttons,