Canon PowerShot SD790 IS Review

by Stephen on July 26, 2008


With PowerShot SD790 IS, Canon adds image stabilization and ups the resolution to 10 megapixels from 7, though it keeps the same f/2.8-4.9 35-105mm-equivalent lens. You navigate via a combo control wheel/four-way switch that is differently designed but functionally equivalent to the one on the SD890 IS. For those who just want to point and shoot, all the essentials are here. Most point-and-shoot cameras have a noticeable boot-up time. The SD790 IS is one of the fastest point-and-shooters I’ve seen, taking a mere 1.8 seconds to power up and snap a shot. [DigitalCameraTracker]

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