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Canon PowerShot Digital Elph review:

Canon PowerShot Digital Elph

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The Good Wi-Fi capability includes full remote control and capture; ultracompact design; excellent burst capabilities; low shutter lag.

The Bad Cannot e-mail from camera as with Kodak's EasyShare One; no remote capture via USB; few manual controls or scene modes; image quality far from stellar.

The Bottom Line The Canon SD430 is the only consumer-level choice out there for wireless remote shooting and capture, but it's an otherwise average camera.

CNET Editors' Rating

7.0 Overall

Editor's note: The Canon PowerShot SD430 is identical to the Canon PowerShot SD400, with the addition of Wi-Fi networking capabilities. Read the review of the PowerShot SD400 for a complete evaluation of the photographic capabilities of the camera.

PowerShot SD400






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