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Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750
7.1 megapixel digital camera, 3x Optical Zoom, 2.5 inch LCD, DIGIC II processor, SD card


Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from Steve's DigiCams
"The Canon PowerShot SD550 is a welcomed addition to the Digital Elph line. It's sure to make an excellent choice for the family, business, or tourist user. Its compact size allows it to be carried almost anywhere, taking up about the same amount of space as a deck of playing cards. If you want a durable ultra-compact camera that produces outstanding photos and is a robust performer, the SD550 is definitely for you."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-09-23. Read the full Steve's DigiCams - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from CNET Reviews
"A slightly more expensive version of the PowerShot SD500, which remains in Canon's product lineup, the Canon PowerShot SD550 comes with a larger 2.5-inch LCD and a new finish. Like its sibling, it has an exterior design that combines form and function more elegantly than any point-and-shoot we've ever tested. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-09-30. Read the full CNET Reviews - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from DP Reviews
"SD550 (which goes by the names of Digital Ixus 750 in Europe and IXY DIGITAL 700 in Japan) is the latest in a long line of ultra-compact 'ELPH' or 'IXUS' cameras stretching back to early 2000 (and a lot farther back than that in the film camera world). The SD550 is a fairly minor upgrade to the SD500 (Ixus 700) it replaces; aside from a larger screen (2.5 inch as opposed to 2.0 inch) and a slight redesign of the body and controls"
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-10-12. Read the full DP Reviews - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from Imaging Resource
"The same size as the predecessor PowerShot SD500 model, the new Canon PowerShot SD550 features the great looks and sharp design that are a signature of Canon's ELPH cameras. Canon refers to the SD550 as having "Perpetual Curve Design", which basically means that there are few flat surfaces or right-angled corners on the camera body -- it has a very smooth, comfortable feel in your hands. Very compact and quick on the draw (thanks to a smoothly operating retractable lens design), the Canon SD550 is a convenient point-and-shoot digital camera with a handful of extra exposure features for added flexibility. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-10-26. Read the full Imaging Resource - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from Cameras.co.uk
"The Canon IXUS 750 is a stylish digital camera with a very good build quality. This is a seven megapixel model with a three times optical zoom lens. The IXUS 750 is slightly larger than an ultra compact, pocket sized digital camera, but is still small enough to make it easy to carry around."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-10-30. Read the full Cameras.co.uk - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from DC Views
"Apart from our minor qualms about the tiny optical viewfinder, which is a bit awkward to use and only shows about 80% of the image area, the Canon SD550 is a welcome addition to the range of Digital Elphs. Its ultra compact size ensures you can take it with you wherever you go. Canon's famed durability and robustness will guarantee years of picture taking pleasure and its stylish appearance and good performance make it an excellent choice for the photographer who wants an easy to use point-and-shoot camera. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-18. Read the full DC Views - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from Let's Go Digital
"The Canon IXUS 750 succeeds the IXUS 700 and has an attractive stainless steel body. As far as looks are concerned, the Digital IXUS 750 does not differ much from its predecessor. It's safe to say that a digital camera from the IXUS line virtually always ensures a successful sale. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-20. Read the full Let's Go Digital - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from Trusted Reviews
"Attractive though the IXUS 750 may be, thereís a lot more to it than just a pretty face. Itís tough as well. The curved contours of the sleek pressed alloy body give it inherent strength and rigidity, and the smoothly rounded and securely mounted controls are designed to resist damage, as well as snagging on clothing. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-29. Read the full Trusted Reviews - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from PhotographyBLOG
"New for the Ixus 750 is what Canon's marketing department have dubbed the "Perpetual Curve design", which basically means that one end of the all-metal camera body is rounded. Under the surface, the Canon Digital Ixus 750 uses the same advanced DIGIC II processor for fast performance and image processing as the company's digital SLR cameras."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-21. Read the full PhotographyBLOG - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from BIOS Magazine
"The all-metal Digital IXUS 750 features an impressive 2.5-inch LCD display but still manages to retain the basic of controls needed to get the best from the camera. The relatively large LCD is bright and crisp and its wide viewing angle make it comfortable to view and share images and movies during playback."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-12-01. Read the full BIOS Magazine - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review

Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 review from Megapixel
"While at a glance the Canon PowerShot SD550 appears very similar to the SD500, there are in fact a number of modifications made with the SD550. The changes run from differences in the way the controls operate, to differences within the menus, either removing unnecessary functions or adding new ones, all of which highlights the attention Canon pays to the SD series."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2006-01-10. Read the full Megapixel - Canon PowerShot SD550 - IXUS 750 Review



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