Like the PowerShot SD1000, our current Editors' Choice for compact cameras, the SD750 features 7-megapixel resolution and a 3X optical zoom, and it has a similar “box and circle” design. The differences between the two models are subtle: For example, the SD750 lacks the optical viewfinder found on the SD1000. In addition, the SD750 is a bit bigger and sports a more contoured, stylized design plus a larger, 3-inch LCD.
On my tests, color was excellent and vibrant, though not quite as sharp as on the SD1000, and there was just a small amount of fringing. Otherwise, the camera had very good dynamic range, with good contrast and a strong flash that didn't blowout highlights. When recording video, the SD750 showed pleasing color and good contrast too, picked up sound well, and adjusted quickly to different lighting situations. It also performed well, registering a very speedy 1.6- second boot-up time and virtually no shutter lag. In burst made, the came can shoot continuously to the capacity of the card. I also liked the included face-detection feature.
Canon PowerShots are definitely the compact cameras to beat. The SD750 is an excellent device, particularly if you're looking for a large display and a stylish design.Canon PowerShot SD750: $250Check This Out:Panasonic Lumic DMC-FZ8: A Super-Versatile SuperzoomHP PHOTOSMART R837: SHOOT WITH SUPPORTCANON POWERSHOT A460: PRETTY PLEASING PICTURES
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