May 13 2010

What Are The Top 3 Canon Digital Cameras?

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The three of the most popular canon cameras on the market today are the following. Figure out which one will work best for you.


The SD1200 IS model gives amateurs and experienced photographers a user-friendly and compact model with all the features they would need including great picture quality and fast picture-taking abilities. The best part – this camera will fit comfortably in your shirt pocket.

This all-purpose camera for the casual photographer, with 3x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom and a 12x combined zoom, effectively giving the user 35mm – 105mm zoom; all the average photographer should need. It’s also available in a variety of colors, including light and dark gray, green, orange, blue and pick, giving this camera a broad appeal.

canon sd780is

The new Canon SD780 IS is the replacement for the older Canon SD770; while it may not look much like its predecessor, the SD780 is the successor to this older model and a worthy replacement for the popular 770.It’s an incredibly slim and compact digital camera which manages to pack a lot of features into one small, user-friendly camera.

A new addition to the list of features on this model is the capability to capture HD video in AVI format at 1,280 x 720 resolution for playback on a television, PC or Macintosh.

Canon Powershot SD890IS

An easy to use, point and shoot style digital camera, the Canon SD890IS offers 10 megapixel picture quality and a 5x optical zoom lens, all in a user friendly package seemingly tailor made for newcomers to digital photography. The SD890 features Canon’s image stabilization technology which helps to prevent blur in photos by actually moving the lens to adjust to movement in the frame.

The exceptional high ISO performance and image stabilization features of this model make the SD890IS a camera that is well suited for indoor and outdoor photography alike, even performing well under low light conditions.

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