Canon PowerShot SD600 / IXUS 60 – Review @ CNET

CNET have recently posted a review of Canon PowerShot SD600 / IXUS 60, a 6.0 megapixels point-and-shoot digital camera (released on 21.02.06) featuring 3x Optical Zoom lens (35 – 105mm equivalent), a 2.5″ LCD screen, and a real image optical view finder. They gave the camera 78 out of 100 and write;

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“…the most important aspect of the camera is photo quality, and this compact shooter delivers in almost every respect. Besides exhibiting Canon’s signature smooth, noiseless images at ISO 80 and ISO 100, the SD600 manages very well to as high as ISO 800, a sensitivity many compact digitals don’t even reach. At that speed, the SD600′s pictures are noisy but in an unobtrusive, almost filmlike way; ISO 800 images on the SD600 actually look a bit better than many other cameras’ images shot at ISO 400. The SD600′s ISO 200 shots are almost indistinguishable from those taken at ISO100, and its ISO 400 images are still very usable, though noise starts to become noticeable at that setting.”

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Comment by juan baldeon Subscribed to comments via email
2009-10-22 23:40:51

por favor requiero de software driver de mi camara canon SD600 para instalar en mi PC

 

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