Canon PowerShot SD880 IS Video
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Canon PowerShot SD880 IS (Gold) Review
The good: Excellent photo quality for its class; optical image stabilization; pleasing interface and design; wide-angle lens.
The bad: Mode dial spins a bit too freely; button positioning might bother some users; very noticeable fringing.
The bottom line: Simply put, the Canon PowerShot SD880 IS is an excellent point-and-shoot camera.
Canon PowerShot SD880 IS (Gold) Specs
Part number: 2672B001
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