Canon PowerShot SD550 – Review @ Imaging Resource

Imaging Resource have recently posted their review on Canon PowerShot SD 550 Digital ELPH, an excellent 7.1 megapixels camera with 3x optical zoom lens, and a 2.5 inch LCD monitor. In conclusion they wrote:

powershot-sd550

“Pro: Vibrant, appealing color, Good skin tones, Auto white balance handles a wide range of lighting well, Better than average exposure accuracy, Good lens, generally low distortion (some chromatic aberration at wide settings though), Excellent shutter response at wide angle settings
Excellent camera styling, very compact, Very simple user interface, Accurate LCD viewfinder
Good low light capability (But only in Night mode), Case design fits both large and small hands well Cons: Only white balance and EV compensation options in Manual mode, Only average speed from shot to shot , A little slow to clear the buffer memory, and very slow shot to shot after buffer fills (five large/fine shots), Only average shutter response at telephoto focal lengths, Contrast is a little high, tends to lose highlight and shadow detail under harsh lighting, Battery life is rather short with the LCD enabled, Some users may find the highly saturated color unnatural”

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