Canon PowerShot SD10 4 to 5 Megapixel

Canon PowerShot SD10 4 to 5 Megapixel 


  • Ultra-thin with four color choices
  • Sensor: 4 megapixel CCD
  • Max resolution: 2272 x 1704 pixels
  • Canon Digic processor
  • Quick Shot Function for no shutter-lag
  • Lens: 6.4mm f/2.8 fixed focal length (35mm equiv: 39mm) w. 5.7x digital zoom and 5-point AF
  • Exposure: Program AE w. spot meter
  • Sensitivity: Auto, ISO 50, 100, 200, 400
  • White balance: Auto, Pre-set, and Custom
  • File types: JPEG
  • Movie mode
  • Storage media: SD Memory Card
  • USB interface
  • Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery (NB-3L)


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    [Mar 07, 2006]


    1.) bullit proof - see summary 2.) small size - easy to fit in a pocket, I carry this camera to more places because of it's small size 3.) quality lens - better than my own abilities 4.) easy to use 5.) software is easy to use


    1.) no optical zoom - but if this is a concern for you, there are other Canon models that will better suit your needs 2.) now outdated! - Canon has newer, better models of this camera for less than I paid for this SD-10 over 2 years ago! 3.) not actually a weakness of the camera, but Canon printing accessories and supplies can be on the pricey side

    I got this camera as a Christmas gift a couple of years ago, to replace our previous S200 that we lost on vacation. Even though this model is two years old, I still get comments about it's size. And of course, the color is still fashionable (I got the bronze color.) It's a great camera and I am a Canon user for life! My wife dropped this camera while getting out of the car. Fell out of her lap, onto the concrete sidewalk. Which was sloped. And it was raining. Hard. Long story short, it was fully submerged in a puddle for about 5 seconds. I thought it was toast. Took the battery out, dried it with a paper towel the best I could, then set it on top of the TV, as I was advised. Two days later, it's dry, but still not working. Give it one more day on top of the TV, and Voila! It works!! Now, I don't recommend testing YOUR Canon camera in this manner, but even my old S200 took some decent abuse. I have since bought the All Weather case for this (great price at Amazon) and have used it snorkeling in Hawaii. Even with the AW case, the SD-10 is still small enough to fit in a pocket. Besides it's durability, the camera is very easy to use and does everything I ask of it. Yes, there are certain times when optical zoom would be handy. I notice the newer versions of this camera have the optical zoom. The software that comes with it is very easy to use, easy to print (I print my own prints with a Canon i850 printer), and easy to store and organize. The lense is great and takes great macro shots, too. I use it for all kinds of shots, family photos, vacation shots, sports shots, trade shows and outdoor shots. This little camera does it all.

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