The functions of the Canon SD750 seem to be endless. Just when I think that I know everything that there is to know about this camera, I discover something new. The jist of it is that the SD750 has three easy-to-set shooting modes: video, manual still, and automatic still, and within each of those three modes comes their own set of settings and modes as well. For instance, when set to shoot videos, one can choose the size of the video as well as the frame rate. When shooting stills manually, one can choose to use handy functions such as digital macro or stitch-assist, and when set to automatic, one can take advantage of the ready-to-use settings, such as portrait, night, or fireworks mode. It should also be noted that the size and quality of the pictures can be adjusted to fit anyone's photographic needs.
The SD750 may sound complicated with all its functions and settings, but when set to automatic, it's a breeze to use for even the most amateur of digital photographers. When set to automatic, this camera takes great pictures, and all those other functions? Well, they're just the icing on the cake! Not to sound cliche, but the Canon SD750 is so easy to use, that my dear Grandma could use it, and I really do mean that. For the more adventurous and/or experienced photographers who want to take advantage of all those functions and settings, well, you're just a few clicks away from it and it'll become second-nature to you in no time!
Enough about this camera's functions though, let's talk physical design. The SD750 is super-sleek and ultra-compact, not to mention light weight, so it's no hassle carrying around. In fact, this camera literally goes everywhere I go; I'm never without it. It's so compact that it fits in my tiny Louis Vuitton pochette with plenty of room to spare, I kid you not. Plus, relative to many other digital cameras out there, the SD750 is definitely a looker. Sporting a silver matte finish on the front, a large LCD screen on the back, with a body that's smooth with no significant bumps, you really can't complain.
If you're in the market for a new digital camera for yourself or a technologically-illiterate friend or relative, the SD750 is definitely the camera to get. Full of functions, yet easy to use, and, not to mention, good looking, this camera is sure to please any photographer with its professional-like, high quality photos. Trust me, you wouldn't regret getting it.
This may come as a bit of a shock, but I've owned THREE of these cameras. The first one was stolen out of my luggage after a business trip flight. The second one was left in a rental car after a business trip. The third one... well, it's been dropped a bunch of times but still works just fine. Takes great photos, easy to use, and loaded with features that are simple enough for the casual user to figure out. The LCD screen is big, bright … more
I bought this camera as a gift for someone else, but I use it a lot and I love it! The pictures always come out great - clear even though I have shaky hands - and it has a lot of features that I actually use. My favorite is the one that allows me to take 5 quick pictures at once -- it's made for a lot of hilarious picture sets.
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Canon's iconic ELPH design achieves a stunning new evolution with the PowerShot SD750 Digital ELPH. Utterly simple edge lines and cut surfaces gleam subtly with high-grade finishes; now offered in a choice of silver or black and silver. Of course, style means little without substance, and here the SD750 Digital ELPH more than delivers. 7.1 megapixels and DIGIC III create magnificent images, while exciting advanced technologies include Face Detection, Red-eye Correction, and time lapse movies. Always sized to go, the SD750 Digital ELPH is now extra-durable, with a tough scratch-resistant coating on its anti-reflective, brilliantly colorful 3.0-inch LCD screen.