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Canon PowerShot SD790 IS
Ilse Jurriën : March 16th 2008 - 22:25 CET
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CanonCanon PowerShot SD790 IS Digital Elph digital camera : Whether capturing spur-of-the moment inspirations or momentous family occasions, Canon USA's newest PowerShot SD790 IS Digital ELPH camera continues to provide intelligent, easy-to-use features, resulting in fantastic photos. Integrated Canon technologies such as Motion Detection Technology, Optical Image Stabilization, Genuine Canon Face Detection Technology, and Canon’s proprietary DIGIC III imaging processor, along with the inherent style of the ELPH line; makes the PowerShot SD790IS the ideal accessory for capturing a night out on the town or an intimate social gathering. The Canon PowerShot SD790 IS kit carries an estimated retail price of $349.99.
Canon PowerShot SD790 IS

Trend setting digital camera
“The Canon SD790 IS Digital ELPH camera carries on the trend-setting traditions and extends the boundaries of technological ease and the individual sense of style that has always been at the heart of the ELPH line up,” states Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon USA. “Canon continues to draw upon its 70 years of imaging excellence and photographic expertise to develop new technological advancements, as well as create stylish form factors as seen in the iconic box and circle design of ELPH cameras.”

10 Megapixel Canon SD790 IS camera
The 10-megapixel Canon PowerShot SD790 IS Digital ELPH camera’s optically image stabilized 3x zoom has a focusing range from a wide-angle equivalent of 35mm to a maximum telephoto equivalent of 105mm. Furthermore, the Canon PowerShot SD790 IS camera features a quick and easy-to-use multi-control dial.

Canon PowerShot SD790IS Digital ELPH Design
Though smaller than a deck of playing cards, the Canon PowerShot SD790 IS Digital ELPH camera conveys a cool, substantial look and feel, thanks to its solid, yet streamlined, chiseled design. Adding to its appeal is the camera’s large and highly visible, three-inch PureColor LCD II display, with an adjacent multi-control dial and new button configuration that combine to form a flat control panel.

Canon PowerShot SD790

Canon Optical Image Stabilizer
Among the significant technological advances on the new PowerShot SD790 IS camera is Canon’s intelligent anti-blur system. Developed by linking four of Canon’s most cutting-edge achievements: Optical Image Stabilization, Motion Detection technology, Hi-ISO Auto and Noise Reduction technology, the result is consistently sharp and clear pictures, even when the shooting conditions and circumstances may not be ideal. The most common cause of blurry pictures is actual camera shake. This can be caused by anything from a photographer’s unsteady hands to movement in a car along a bumpy road to shots where the zoom lens is extended to a maximum telephoto length or even dimly lit conditions without benefit of flash that causes the shutter to stay open longer in order to admit enough light to make a proper exposure. Canon’s proprietary Optical Image Stabilizer (OIS) physically compensates for camera movement and shake by actually shifting the lens (unlike other Image Stabilization systems that merely mask the undesirable movement electronically).

Canon Motion Detection Technology
Adding to the ELPH camera anti-blur effectiveness, Canon’s Motion Detection Technology is linked to the camera’s High ISO Auto mode. This improves image clarity by raising ISO speeds (and shutter speeds) for fast-moving subjects (such as a child hitting a baseball from home plate and then running towards first base) or lowering ISO speeds to reduce noise when the subject is stationary. In short, when this impressively intuitive technology detects movement it automatically raises the ISO just enough to reduce image blur. When no movement is detected, it optimally lowers the ISO to reduce noise.

Genuine Canon Face Detection Technology
The Canon PowerShot SD790IS Digital ELPH camera features the latest and most advanced generation of Genuine Canon Face Detection Technology, thus ensuring that up-to nine forward-looking faces in the frame - whether posed for a family portrait, candidly capturing friends and fun, or spontaneously snapping a toddler’s expression of triumphant glee as two halting steps - are in focus and properly exposed, with or without flash. In addition to focus and exposure control, the camera’s Face Detection feature captures truer, more accurately lit skin tones (and hence more beautifully rendered pictures) thanks to Canon’s improved Face Detection White Balance. There’s also a new optional “AF Point Zoom” feature that digitally enlarges the face of the main subject on the camera’s LCD screen to make it easy to determine the optimum timing for clicking the shutter to capture the moment.

Canon SD790

Canon In-Camera Image Enhancement
Canon Digital ELPH cameras offer an array of in-camera processing features that once required tweaking with computer-based photo software. Now, newly developed Automatic Red Eye Correction can be engaged while shooting, minimizing the need for correction before printing or sharing images. With Canon’s Image Inspection Tool, users can review pictures recently taken on the camera’s bright, brilliant and easy-to-read 230,000-pixel PureColor LCD II display by zooming in to ensure that the subjects are in focus and to check for such picture-damning details as closed eyes or inappropriate expressions. What’s more, with the Trimming Function, users can easily crop images, centering and creating memorable close-ups whether they are smiling faces or iconic cityscapes.

Canon DIGIC III Imaging Processor
The “brain” in the new PowerShot SD790 IS digital camera is Canon’s proprietary DIGIC III imaging processor. This exclusive chip is responsible for higher performance levels including faster start up, faster autofocus and quicker shutter response times that leave long lag competitors far behind. What’s more, the DIGIC III processor improves both the image quality and the cameras’ power consumption, extending the battery life under typical shooting conditions.

Canon SD790 IS Digital Elph - Price & Availability
The Canon PowerShot SD790 IS Digital ELPH camera is scheduled to be in stores end of March. The camera kit includes a battery pack and charger, a 32MB SD memory card, a USB interface cable, an AV cable, a wrist strap and Canon's software suite. The Canon PowerShot SD790 IS kit carries an estimated retail price of $349.99.

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