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Canon PowerShot SD700IS Digital Camera Sample Photos

Also known as Canon IXY Digital 800 IS in Japan.
Also known as Digital IXUS 800 IS
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Marketed: 21-Feb-2006
Megapixels: 6
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Comments
Edward Hahn07-Mar-2007 02:20
A great camera to backup or even substitute in a pinch for your DSLR.
Monte Dodge21-Sep-2006 07:40
Good friend just bought this camera a few weeks ago and I bought the A 710IS. His camera ( this one) is built much better with metal body and not the " Mattel Looking " plastic body of the 710 IS. Also the LED viewing screen is so much better than the 710Is or the A 640/630 series as it has 173,000 pixels verses 115,000 on my and the others. In side by side reviews. the SD700 is so much better as to be laughable. Good camera here of you don't need AA batteries and can charge your camera batteries. Awesome job here and I don't even own it!!
Guest 25-Jul-2006 16:32
This is the 4th PowerShot I have owned and my 3rd digital PowerShot. These cameras just keep getting better and this was a significant upgrade over my last model. For me the killer new features that warranted an upgrade were image stabilization, a big, bright 2.5 inch screen, 6 mega pixel sensor, improved user interface and a 4X optical zoom. The zoom has made a big difference over the 3X of my old PowerShot. The extra zoom length makes candid portraits much easier and is perfect for shooting faces from a distance. The image stabalization is fantastic and I've got some great shots in low light without a flash. The screen is great, although it could use a higher resolution to match the bigger screen size - the resolution is the same as older models, only the physical size is larger.

Two other big pluses I've found have been the battery life and card access times. I've still not had to recharge the battery after using the camera for 2 weeks and shooting over 300 shots - including a week on vacation with intensive shooting and reviewing. The access time for writing and reading from the SD card is excellent. I paired the camera with a Lexar Professional 1GB card and reviewing photos is instant. Shooting onto the card also seems instantaneous and the continuous shoot mode takes shots as quickly as a digital SLR. You can shoot a dozen portraits or action shots in a few seconds and then pick the best. Startup is also very quick, a complaint I had with older models. This camera has sub-second startup.

The rounded design is also a nice break from the boxy build of its predicessors. Overall, I can't recommend this camera enough. It's pricey but I think worth the money. The best all-round camera I have owned and the closest to DSLR features in a compact that I have found.

- An extra word about Mac compatibility, since it appears in some other reviews. I've had no problems at all using the camera with my Apple Mac or .mac accounts. I don't use any of the Canon software - just a card reader plugged straight into my Mac. This work perfectly and iPhoto manages the photos just as you'd expect. I wouldn't bother with the Canon software, which will never compete with Apple. Let Canon build the camera and Apple take care of the software - and get the best of both worlds.
Max Smith

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