Canon PowerShot SD800 IS Video
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Canon PowerShot SD800 IS Review
The good: Good focal range for lens; quick performance; optical image stabilization; attractive design.
The bad: Few manual controls; extremely noisy photos at ISO 1,600.
The bottom line: A slim, stylish body, a wide-angle lens, very good photo quality, and snappy performance make the Canon PowerShot SD800 IS a great point-and-shoot.
Canon PowerShot SD800 IS Specs
Part number: 1270B001
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