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>> Hi I'm Lori Grunin senior editor with CNET.com and this is the Canon Power Shot SD 750. The SD 750 is your basic everyday excellent ultra compact. It's a really good size, it's about the size of the palm of my hand, which not to big, not too small. Very comfortable to hold and it's got some nice design touches including a large LCD and nice shiny black plastic exterior in the back. Still it may be plastic but it feels sturdy and it doesn't feel like it's going to fall apart the first time you drop it. But don't drop it. In terms of G Wiz interface design features, it's got this iconic scroll wheel as you move your finger around, you can see what you're touching. I pretty much turned it off after using it for about five minutes and went back to the standard old click method. Some of the more important things about the camera you can't really see. For instance it's pretty fast. If you look at the start up time it's ready to go in an instant. That's really important when you don't want to miss your first shot. It also has your usual plethora of scene modes. So whether you're inside, outside, as I said earlier, it's just a really nice ultra compact that you won't worry about carrying with you because it's small and it takes really good pictures. I'm Lori Grunin, this is the Canon Power Shot SD 750.
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