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cannon powershot sd200 or s410?

guys, I'm sort of a newb with the whole digital camera thing lol. but which do u think is more worth it: the sd200 for $235 shipped or the s410 for for $247 shipped...thanx in advance!!!

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Sd200 or S410

If you are looking for the best photo results, go for the S410.

When looking at sample photos of the same subject, the S410 produces sharper and more detailed photos.


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ok thanx bro

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go for style

If you're choosing between these two models, you probably want a small, stylish camera. The SD200 is much smaller (19% thinner) and more stylish.

If most of your photos are going to stay on your computer or be emailed, 3.2MP is more than you need. Even if you print a lot of photos, if you're just taking amateur snapshots, you probably won't even notice the difference between 3.2MP and 4.0MP.

If style and size are big factors for you, don't worry about the extra 0.8MP. I'd recommend going into a local electronics shop and comparing them side by side. Also, I have the S410 and the little wheel on the back ALWAYS gets switched accidentally.

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