Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital Elph Camera

Canon's iconic ELPH design achieves a stunning new evolution with the PowerShot SD750 Digital ELPH. Utterly ...
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Laushonda
08/19/2008

Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital Elph Camera 4

OK, so I had a Sony sureshot, that camera has NOTHING on this lil one. What I like about it: easy to use and figure out ( for basics) Comes with an advanced users guide ( awesome) takes GREAT Night photos though I need to finetune some options.Has really long battery life. Did I mention it takes great vids too!? Love it. Highly reccommend!

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X5328
08/18/2008

Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital Elph Camera 5

Overall, this camera is worth getting:

Pros:
-Battery life is great
-Compact size
-Fast to turn on and take pictures
-Excellent LCD screen
-Very good for pictures of people

Cons:
-Mediocre picture quality; compared to larger cameras the picture quality is really not good, but compared to similar sized cameras, the picture quality is acceptable
-Terrible at night pictures, especially with anything at a distance.

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CollegeTechie2 008
08/18/2008

Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital Elph Camera 5

What a spectacular camera. You start off with one of the lowest startup costs the market can offer, and you are sent one of the most sleek, savvy, and technologically advance cameras out there. The Canon Powershot SD750 is one I can recommend to call, and believe me, I have gone through my good share of cameras.

Why do you want to believe this review? I'm going to give you a couple of quick reasons why you should. You don't have to, and truthfully I wouldn't believe text either. However, I can guarantee you that once you hold this camera in your hands, test drive it, and see the prints it produces, you will be in love. In LOVE, I tell you.

1. You get a camera that doesn't take that much brainpower if you are not willing to dedicate yourself to learning how to use it.

Most cameras now days are going to give you too many features for a non-aficionado of photography. Just flip the camera on, and go between the "Auto" mode, and you can also dive into some specific "Scene" modes that customize the camera for a specific cause, i.e. "Aquarium" or "Kids and Pets" You can always dive in more to the camera if you're willing.

2. Affordability.

You pay around $200.00 for the camera itself, a cute case, and an SD card of suitable size. This camera is not going to cost you an arm and a leg for great prints and shots.

3. 7.1 Megapixel,BABY!

If you don't know what that means, let me give it to you simple: a good picture. Advanced version of that: A lot of dots, in essence 7,100,000 dots. A lot of dots to make up a picture, and the more dots you will need for enlargements (Bigger paper, more ink, more dots.) That's megapixels for you.

4. Older folks CAN use this!

Me being 18, my needs are met. Imagine if you are 70 and looking for a good camera. It will be just fine. You can't screw this one up, and you are going to snap some of the best pictures ever, especially if you are still using film! Trust me, this is an extraordinary camera, which can meet a college level photo class requirement camera, all the way to the most novice of users, ages 40 and up.

Among these, you should be able to see that this camera and its easy to use interface is just the camera for you. I am not here to market this camera to you, but only here to enlighten you as to how fun and easy this camera is out of the box, and yet if you are a photographer geared to take picturesque shots, you can do that just as well using some of the advanced features, such as adjustable exposure, white balance, and advanced color swapping and warping technology.

The Canon SD750 is one I cannot go without on a daily basis. The question is if you are going to join me on having one of the best and most affordable cameras Canon has to offer? The choice is yours. See the sample photography that has been added by other users if you don't believe this text. I can attest to its quality and beauty.

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Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital Elph Camera 4

although is not as robust as previous models it takes good pictures and it is very conveniently priced.

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ReinerPunsal
08/17/2008

Canon PowerShot SD750 Digital Elph Camera 4

Keeping this review simple, the camera was a present for my younger brother. I am one of those people who research and research and research some more. With Price in mind an older camera was needed. Canon has always been known for its picture quality. Although this camera does not have 5x optical zoom and image stability, all the other features are top quality. for this price range you can't get anything better.

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