Big, but comfy

The SX1 IS is almost identical to the SX10, though it's mostly matte black plastic instead of reflective graphite and black. Like the SX10, it has the relatively widely separated stereo mics. Read full review
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Clever labeling

Though it's not something you're likely to use a lot, the equivalency markings on the lens of the SX1 (as well as the SX10) are a nice touch. Read full review
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Custom slot

As with many other Canon models, you can save custom settings to access via the C slot on the mode dial. Read full review
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Nav wheel

I like the dial for navigation and adjusting settings, but it could use a little more tactile response. Read full review
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Aspect ratio toggle

Canon provides a dedicated button to jump between 4:3 and 16:9. Unfortunately, this can get unncessarily confusing if you prefer to shoot 16:9 videos and 4:3 (full resolution) stills. Read full review
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