No....it is not a bad sign.
The SD700 and SD600 were introduced at the same time and since the SD700 has image stabilization and a 4X lens, it cost about $100 more.
Most high volume store will stock the camera the sells the best.
That means the SD600 gets the shelf space.
Then 6 months later, along comes the 7 megapixel SD800IS and stole all the thunder from the SD700.
I imagine all the high volume stores pulled the SD700 and stocked the
I just checked some sample photos from the SD700 and it puts out razor sharp images. Sharper than the SD600.
You may have to look harder to find one, but it will be worth the effort.
Canon makes so many models....sometimes they step on their own toes when it comes to pricing.
Why do so few major retailers carry the Canon SD700 either online or in-store? Is this a bad sign?