Without Limit (Depends on the camera free memory size)
JPEG • EXIF 2.2 • DPOF 1.1 • DCF
35mm Zoom Lens
28 - 112 mm
File Size (High Res.)
4.33 MB (30 images on 128MB card)
5 - 20 mm
LCD Panel Size
640 x 480 • 2816 x 2112 • 2272 x 1704 • 1600 x 1200 • 3648 x 2736 • 3648 x 2048
19.2 in. to Infinity (w)
Flash Off • Auto Flash • Fill-in Flash • Red-eye Reduction Flash • Slow Sync • Manual
Macro Focus Range
0.8 - 19.2 in. (w) / 12 - 19.2 in. (t)
LCD Screen Resolution
LCD Protected Position
Without LCD Protected Position
File Size (Low Res.)
0.08 MB (about 1,600 images on 128MB card)
It's so easy to capture the magic of every moment when the 10.0 megapixel SD880 IS Digital ELPH comes along for the ride. There's a terrific sense of creative options for your photographic sense with a wide range of shooting modes and a wide-angle 28mm lens - all because your camera sees the world without limits. Of course, it's a stylish point of view from a camera that merges up-to-the-moment performance with the art of impeccable design.
Weaknesses: General poor picture quality.
Controls and menu system were IMO counterintuitive
This camera produced disappointing images. They were unsharp (with or without image stabilization turned on), the colors were inaccurate, and despite efforts to improve things in Photoshop, the pictures remained crappy. At first I thought it was due to the fact that is a tiny camera with a tiny sensor (I was used to using DSLRs). But then the camera was stolen (a fortunate event!), and I replaced it with a Sony DSC-W290, which made MUCH sharper photos with better color reproduction. By comparison, the Canon SD880 is quite poor.