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Canon Announces Three New Cameras

by snapshot2 Forum moderator / March 13, 2008 7:51 AM PDT

SD770IS (IXUS 85-IS) and SD790IS (IXUS 90-IS)
Both with 10 megapixel CCD and 3X optical zoom with image stabilization.
The SD770 has a 2.5 LCD and an optical viewfinder.
The SD790 has a 3.0 LCD and no viewfinder.

SD890IS (IXUS 970-IS)
10 megapixel CCD and 5X optical zoom with image stabilization.
2.5 LCD and an optical viewfinder

All three cameras have a flash rating of 11.4 feet.


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Nikon D300 looks impressive according to Dpreview
by jump1127 / March 13, 2008 3:01 PM PDT

Thanks for your information.

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Nikon D300
by mopscare42 / March 14, 2008 9:08 AM PDT

I Ran into a guy using the Nikon D300 when I was in Reno a couple weeks ago.
He put the card in his laptop and showed me some of the pictures he had taken of Lake Tahoe, the mountains around there, downtown Reno at night and some inside the casino lobby without flash. I am no means a professional, but all his pictures really impressed me. He had not done any editiong to them, but you would have never known by looking at them.
He also said he had only had the camera for a short time and the pictures would get better.
I asked him what something like that would cost, he said he had about $3700.00 in his setup.

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