Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD790 IS / Digital IXUS 90 IS / IXY 95 IS
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Rugged and Solid; Take it anywhere
9 March 2013
Summary: I bought this product to provide family members with cameras. Solid metal body with weight. Takes great pictures, but the controls on the back are not as user freindly as I would have hoped. Great battery life. Several shooting options along with the traditional point and shoot auto function that Canon is famous for. Good flash fill when needed. Great camera in the "Auto" setting for party's, and get togethers.
Summary: Have had several elph 6mp SD600, this camera in comparison is heavier, bulkier, and does not have improved picture quality. For just point and shot camera it is ok in that is is compact compared to most cameras and easy to carry around with u
Summary: I like this little camera. Takes good pics. What I'm not fond of are the dials. I would rather have something that is a little better user friendly. This is not to detract from the cameras usage. I've only had it for a month so I'm not entirely used to it.
A little scratched and well-used, but it works fine!
7 June 2010
Summary: I don't understand the Hebrew text that some is written in, but will have to keep trying to get it into English. I lost my identical camera and have enjoyed using this model. That's why I purchased it, not being able to afford the "new" price.
Summary: I did ALOT of research and this camera was the way to go. It had gone out of stock last time I wanted to buy it so I grabbed it when it was back! The speeds out performed many other models including other Canons, and the buttons are user-friendly. It is a refurb and it was hard to tell. packaging was very neat. Sadly, the screen had one pixel that was broken (shows red against dark colors) I did not notice it until I pointed it at my chocolate brown couch.
The Canon SD790 IS - A Great All-Around Point & Shoot Camera
Mark "Technology, Music and Movies", Amazon
1 October 2009
Summary: Canon's 790 IS is a great all-around point and shoot Camera. Canon has been playing with various mixes of features and prices with their newer models. The model numbers are confusing, but I've gone through a few new models recently and hope this extra info may help you. Even though I do own a few older Canon DSLRs, for point and shoot I've been leaning more towards Nikon's Coolpix S series for the better pricing and some features.