Canon PowerShot SD30 Digital ELPH Review

Posted on 2005-11-12 00:56:50 by LSDsmurf

Like its most recent predecessors, the Canon PowerShot SD30 Digital ELPH stands tall, replacing the SD20's fixed lens with a 2.4x zoom. Smaller if not thinner than many subcompacts, it uses a dock for USB transfers, to charge its Li-ion battery and for A/V output. Available in black, red, gold, or violet body colors, the 5.0-megapixel SD30 relies on a 1.8-inch LCD instead of an optical viewfinder for composing shots. Recording modes include the extremely unusual (and frankly, rather cool) "My Color" modes that allow you to selectively replace any color in your photo with a different one, or to make the image black and white with the exception of a single color. Overall, the PowerShot SD30 is one of the more appealing subcompact digicams we've seen. Read on over at Imaging Resource for all the details about this 5MP digicam!

Link: Imaging Resource

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