Canon SD430 - LCD and Controls|
According to Steve Digicams: "The 2.0-inch LCD is a high quality display that has both an anti-glare coating and brightness adjustment. I found it worked well outdoors in the bright sunlight as well as in marginal lighting, where it "gains up" to aid in framing; something you can only do with digital cameras. Controls are laid out in a comfortable manner, with your fingers falling naturally over them. We especially like the zoom controls being mounted around the shutter release, which is much more natural compared to the typical rocker switch located on the back."
Canon PowerShot SD430 Wireless - review conclusion
Steve continues: "I was very surprised at how well the SD430's wireless system works. We had no problems connecting to our D-Link router to test the remote capture software. It only takes about 6 - 10 seconds for the camera to make a connection, depending on how far away you are (note, you have to be in playback mode to use this feature.) The SD430's 5-megapixel Large Superfine images are awesome, with image quality being what we have come to expect from Canon's models. Our outdoor sample photos are sharp, show good overall exposure, and color saturation is very pleasing. Bottom line - We loved using the Canon PowerShot SD430." You want to learn more about the Canon PowerShot digital camera? Continue to read the Canon PowerShot SD430 review at Steve's Digicams!
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