Canon Digital IXUS 95 IS Review

May 25, 2009 | Gavin Stoker |

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As the successor to the Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS, the SD1200 IS continues the quality and ease of use of the Digital ELPH series. This new ultra-compact digicam features an upgraded 10-Megapixel imaging sensor, Digic 4 image processor, Smart Auto and Intelligent-Contrast, as well as a slight reduction in size and weight. Other features have carried over, such as the 3x optical zoom with optical image stabilization, optical viewfinder and 2.5-inch PureColor II LCD screen, giving the camera a very familiar look and feel from past models.
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The pocket-friendly Canon SD1200 is well built and does cover all features expected of a point-and-shoot plus a few extras such as AE-L (Auto-Exposure-Lock) and the choice of 3 metering modes. This one one of the most easy to use ultra-compacts out there, definitely easier and simpler than the Fuji Finepix F200 EXR which was reviewed here last. The F200 does have unique modes and image-quality beyond any ultra-compact, including the SD1200, but this one is trivial to use compared to the F200.
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