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Canon Powershot SD600 Digital ELPH Review at Steves Digicams


Canon-Powershot-Sd630-Ixus-65 Steves Digicams has posted a comprehensive review of the Canon Powershot SD600 Digital ELPH where they write - 'Image quality, when using Large SuperFine mode, was good for a 6-megapixle model. The majority of our outdoor samples were sharp and showed good overall exposure. However, I did notice a bit of edge softness on some of our images, but no more than the typical consumer camera. Color saturation is pleasing for a coNsumer model, and when you're feeling a bit creative, there are a multitude of "My Colors" to choose from (Vivid, Neutral, Sepia, BW, Positive Film, Lighter Skin Tone, Darker Skin Tone, Vivid Blue, Vivid Green, Vivid Red, or Custom Color) to give your images that certain look; you can even adjust the color after you have already captured an image. The SD600's 3x optical zoom lens offers an average zoom range of approx. 35-105mm (in 35mm equivalence), which provides a moderate wide angle field of view for interior and landscape shots, and telephoto coverage useful for portraits or to bring your subjects a bit closer. The lens exhibited moderate barrel distortion at wide angle, but relatively no pin cushioning at the telephoto end of the zoom range. Noise levels were good when using lower ISO speeds (ISO 80 or 100 for example), but as we see all to often with consumer models, as the sensitivity is increased so does the amount of visible noise. Luckily, the camera does do a great job of using the lowest setting possible when the ISO is set to Auto.'

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