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>> Hi! I'm Lori Grunin, Senior Editor with CNET.com here at Digital Focus at PMA 2008 with the tiniest of Canon cameras, the Powershot SD1100. This replaces Canon's popular compact over compact. The resolution is increased to 8 mega pixels. It has the same 3x zoom lens. The big thing is the introduction of image stabilization that uses Canon's Optical Stabilization Technology. I happen to think that the brown is a really nice color and should be very popular this year. It is 250 dollars which is a little pricey, but as I said it replaces a very popular model and I expect this one should be pretty popular as well. I'm Lori Grunin, Senior Editor of CNET.com here at PMA 2008 with the Canon Powershot SD1100.
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