CNet recently got their hands on the 10-megapixel Canon PowerShot SD900, which features a 3x optical zoom lens, an SD memory card slot, DIGIC III image processor, built-in digital tele converter, and Face Detection technology. Here’s the verdict:

A solid, handy, compact camera, the Canon PowerShot SD900 nevertheless lacks some useful features offered by the similarly priced SD800 IS. Unless you absolutely need the extra pixels–for, say, cropping tightly on a portion of a photo or printing to larger than 8×10–you’re probably better off with the faster, stabilized SD800 IS

[via engadget]

CNet recently got their hands on the 10-megapixel Canon PowerShot SD900, which features a 3x optical zoom lens, an SD memory card slot, DIGIC III image processor, built-in digital tele converter, and Face Detection technology. Here’s the verdict:

A solid, handy, compact camera, the Canon PowerShot SD900 nevertheless lacks some useful features offered by the similarly priced SD800 IS. Unless you absolutely need the extra pixels–for, say, cropping tightly on a portion of a photo or printing to larger than 8×10–you’re probably better off with the faster, stabilized SD800 IS

[via engadget]