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Canon PowerShot SD600 6MP Digital Elph Camera

Canon PowerShot SD600
6MP Digital Elph Camera

Canon PowerShot SD600 6MP Digital Elph Camera See details | Buy now

Product Description
Equipped with the latest Canon technology, the PowerShot SD600 Digital ELPH gives all the power you'd expect from a high resolution camera and more. Packed with a full array of Canon's most popular and convenient shooting features including 16:9 widescreen mode, ISO 800 exposure, Fast Frame Rate Movie Mode, and brilliantly large 2.5" LCD screen, this Digital ELPH has a sleek, ergonomic design that will turn heads. Built-in Flash with Auto, Auto w/ Red-Eye Reduction, Flash On, Flash On w/ Red-Eye Reduction, Flash Off, and Slow Synchro settings Shooting Specs - Auto, Camera M, Portrait, Special Scene (Foliage, Snow, Beach, Fireworks, Underwater, Indoor, Kids & Pets, Color Accent, Color Swap), Night Snapshot, Digital Macro, My Colors, Stitch Assist, Movie; 2-sec./10-sec./Custom Self-Timer; Continuous shooting at approximately 2.1fps JPEG images and AVI movies stored on SD Memory Card or MultiMedia Card (MMC) (sold separately) A 16MB SD Card is included, however we suggest purchasing an Optional 512MB memory card. It will allow you to store a lot more Video and images, as well as take advantage of the camera's high Resolution abilities. Print directly to Canon CP/SELPHY Compact Photo Printers, PIXMA Photo Printers and PictBridge compatible printers via USB 2.0 Cable without a computer using the dedicated Print/Share Button! Interfaces - USB 2.0 (mini-B jack), A/V out (NTSC/PAL) Approximate Unit Dimensions - (WxHxD) 3.39 x 2.11 x 0.85; Unit Weight - 4.94 oz. (without battery and memory card)
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This is my third - and possibly final - digital camera. It does everything superbly and in a size I can just throw in my pocket so it's always there. Before the SD600 I had a Canon S100 2.1 mp [a great camera] and a Sony DSC-W1 5.1 mp [a piece of $%#@ - every other image blurry].

With the Sony less than a year old, I couldn't put up with it anymore - it was time to go back to Canon so I wouldn't miss any future shots. I got the SD600 at Best Buy 1 day before leaving on a week-long trip to Boston. My 10-yr old daughter was studying the Revolutionary War in school so I was told to take a lot of photos and "Dad, make sure they aren't blurry like all those others." [She's got the old S100, so she's not worried].

Since I'd already had the old S100, the controls were familiar. Best Buy had a 1GB PNY SD chip on sale for $39, so I had room for over 500 photos, plus I picked up an extra battery.

In the week in Boston I shot day, night, flash, long exposure, high light, low light, drizzle, rain, sun, and even a short video of Morris dancers in Boston Common. Every shot was great - and not one blurry, even when the 'shaking hand' was on. I'm not sue that the image stabilization with the SD700 would be all that necessary.

I found that indoors [my greatest fear since the Sony made you worry about every shot] with reasonably good lighting I was able to turn the flash off and shoot with natural light. I've not yet had the time to play with the various modes - just straight turn it on and shoot [both of which were very quick with minimal delay].

Everyone we were with were greatly impressed by the 600's size, style, and images on the LCD - and surprised to see me turn it on end to show full screen portrait format shots [very cool]. Even friends with the SD450 [my Christmas recommendation] wanted to trade theirs in.

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