Canon PowerShot SD500 Video
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Canon PowerShot SD500 Review
The good: Very well designed; the best start-up time in its class; quick shot-to-shot performance; novel fast frame-rate movie mode.
The bad: More frequent than usual purple fringing; longish flash shot-to-shot times.
The bottom line: A very well-designed, 7-megapixel snapshot camera. Just don't look for advanced controls.
Canon PowerShot SD500 Specs
Part number: 9885A001/AA
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