Canon PowerShot SD770 IS 10 Megapixel Compact Camera - Black


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Instantly recognizable, the classic Box & Circle ELPH design lives on in the PowerShot SD770 IS Digital ELPH. This sleek, slim head-turner is the perfect everyday camera. High-end specifications include 10.0 Megapixel resolution and a 3x optical zoom lens. Spectacular images are easy to create thanks to advanced Canon technologies like Face Detection and Motion Detection Technologies that eliminate blur.


Product Title: Canon PowerShot SD770 IS 10 Megapixel Compact Camera - Black

Manufacturer: Canon

Lowest Price: $249.99 from Marketplace

Power Score: 4.2 | 9 Reviews

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Best choice for a quality, ultra-compact digital camera.

Strengths: Ultra-compact size, image stabilization, 10 megapixels, Canon quality, uses SD and SDHC cards

Weakness: Nothing to report

Like most people, I did lot of research (online and visits to retailers) before deciding on the Canon SD770is. If you're considering a quality, compact digital camera, there simply is no better choice than the Canon SD770is - and go with the black color which features a black circle in front, a slightly darker body color, and a black wrist strap instead of the silver strap that comes with the...
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By sri123 - Aug 23, 2008

impressing camera with affordable price

Strengths: Very compact, good shape, 10MP and affordable price. Video recording is much better than my previous camera. Menu is very user friendly and very well put together

Weakness: The quality of the pictures are not significant improved compare to my previous camera

I have a Sony 330K camera for 5 years. This camera is much compact, good shape and has good quality of pictures and very good video quality as a digital camera. Like other digital cameras, the quality of pictures are OK but not very good. The menu is very friendly and the use is pretty simple. Overall, I recommend this camera.

By mapledudu - Jul 15, 2008

Impressive performance & feature-set from an ultra-compact point-and-shoot

Strengths: Image quality is on par with more expensive (and larger) cameras. Vivid & beatiful LCD. Great value for its feature-set & capabilities.

Weakness: None... (yet?).

I was pretty impressed by the SD870IS that I bought for myself so I got the SD770IS for my wife as a gift. Although the SD770IS's lens isn't as wide as and doesn't have as high of a zoom as the SD870IS, it made up for it since it was more compact and sports a higher pixel count -- I can't forget to mention the lower price tag. As far as I can tell the image quality is also on par which is all the...
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By TakaSaurus - Jul 11, 2008

The Best I've Ever Owned

Strengths: The best small compact camera I've ever had. Pic. are beautifully crisp and clear. Menu is very user friendly and very well put together. Have taken pics in all dif. settings with perfect results

Weakness: As with all, after zooming in pics get very dark due to flash.

I love taking Pic with this Camera. I really wanted the all silver, but after purchasing have grown to love the black inlay more. All the talk as far as the optical viewfinder being missing... Didn't even phase me since it's BEAUTIFUL Crisp 3.0" LCD screen. I would have liked some manual exposure controls, but over all EXCELLENT camera. Took it to a mets game as was very impressed with it's zoom...
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By Danny; - Jun 6, 2008

Performance at this size deserves more credit and attention!!!

Strengths: Smallest full-featured Canon Powershot in 2008 vintage; black color scheme looks better than depicted in photos; menus are very easy to navigate; some advanced settings

Weakness: Flash is not sufficiently strong (uneven contrast in a well-lit 15x15 room)

The 2008 vintage of Canon Powershot cameras is the must-have gold standard in digital point-and-shoots. The SD890 (highest MSRP) offers a 5x zoom, 2.5" LCD and curvy lines; the SD790 has the biggest LCD screen at 3.0", and the SD770 (lowest MSRP) is the smallest of the three. All of the 2008 cameras carry forward Canon's legacy of photographic excellence and ads several new, significant features...
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By davelin - May 29, 2008

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