Canon PowerShot SD700 IS Video
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Canon PowerShot SD700 IS Review
The good: Great performance and pictures; effective image stabilization; attractive, comfortable design.
The bad: No aperture-priority or shutter-priority modes; awkward optical viewfinder and power button.
The bottom line: The Canon PowerShot SD700 IS has practically everything you could want in a compact camera, though you might think the price tag a bit steep.
Canon PowerShot SD700 IS Specs
Part number: 1130B001
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