Canon PowerShot SD450 Video
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Canon PowerShot SD450 Review
The good: Ultracompact design; long battery life; excellent burst capabilities; low shutter lag; versatile movie mode.
The bad: Few manual controls or scene modes; image quality is far from stellar.
The bottom line: Decent image quality and a well-rounded snapshot feature set make the high-performance ultracompact Canon PowerShot SD450 one of the better choices in the current Digital Elph lineup.
Canon PowerShot SD450 Specs
Part number: 0318B001
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