Hands-on Preview posted for Canon PowerShot SD900 Digital ELPH|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Sunday, November 26, 2006 - 18:24 EST)
Megapixel counters will be drawn to the 10 megapixel sensor on the Canon SD900, the most yet on a Digital ELPH.
But there are other cool new features on this little ELPH worth noting besides its taut titanium skin: ISO settings as high as 3,200, Face recognition, and Category image tagging, to name a few. Designed for the person who doesn't want to worry about shutter speeds and apertures to get good pictures, the Canon SD900 focuses on handy options.
The Canon SD900's bright 2.5-inch color LCD monitor is excellent for framing and reviewing shots, and the overall design and layout is user-friendly and hassle-free. The Canon SD900 is an excellent performer no matter what aspect you consider, with superior focusing and low light performance matched with a powerful flash that doesn't make you wait all day to recharge.
Small, tough, and elegant, with a day-long battery, and 10 megapixels to work with, the Canon SD900 promises to travel well and bring home great shots. See the hands-on preview for more.