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Canon PowerShot SD4500IS


$399.00 Released August, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Built in a compact form factor, small enough to put in a pocket. Extremely simple operation, easy enough for children. Can take 5 shots in burst mode and automatically pick the best one, or combines them in night mode to bring out the detail.

The Cons:Low light pictures tend to be soft or blurry looking. The zoom lens seems a little too delicate for casual storage in a pocket, need to be careful with it. Slow startup time and a fair amount of lag between when the button is pushed and the shutter released.

 The Canon PowerShot SD4500IS is a highend compact camera aimed at the consumer market. It is packed with features such as FullHD (1080p) video recording, slow motion video capture, and a high sensitivity 10.0 mega pixel sensor.

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Product Shot 2 With the built in auto program function, the SD4500IS can automatically pick from 28 picture modes to suit the shooting environment thus producing a high quality photo. One particular feature that stands out from the rest is the 19x optical zoom lens which is a rarity in a camera body only 22.3mm thick. The included lithium ion battery last for approximately 150 shots and 4hours 30min of play back time. The SD4500IS is compatible with SD/SDHC/SDXC media cards and can print stored photos via "PictBridge" compatible printers via the provided USB2.0 cable. 

Features / Specifications

  • 10.0 Mega Pixel CMOS sensor
  • 10x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom
  • Auto focus
  • 3.0'' TFT Colour LCD
  • f/3.4 - f/5.6
  • Built in flash
  • Up to  8.8 shots/sec (high speed burst)
  • SD / SDHC / SDXC
  • USB2.0, NTSC/PAL
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 3.99 x 2.30 x 0.88 in. / 101.3 x 58.5 x 22.3mm
  • Weight: Approx. 6.70 oz. / 190g (camera, including batteries and memory card)

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Pros
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    built in a compact form factor, small enough to put in a pocket

  • 1

    extremely simple operation, easy enough for children

  • 1

    can take 5 shots in burst mode and automatically pick the best one, or combines them in night mode to bring out the detail

  • 1

    smile detection works very well, consistently releases the shutter at the right time

  • 1

    image stabilization works consistently, even in unsteady hands

  • 1

    improved low light sensitivity (backside illuminated sensor)

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    10x optical zoom lens

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    records to easy to find, affordable and capacious SD/SDHC/SDXC flash memory cards

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    mini-HDMI output for direct playback on compatible HDTVs and displays

  • 1

    capable of recording video in 1080p/24 or 720p/30

Cons
  • 2

    low light pictures tend to be soft or blurry looking

  • 1

    the zoom lens seems a little too delicate for casual storage in a pocket, need to be careful with it

  • 1

    slow startup time and a fair amount of lag between when the button is pushed and the shutter released

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    only available in gold and brown

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    somewhat slow and narrow zoom lens (f3.4-5.6, 36-360mm)

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    poor battery life - only 150 shots per charge

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