Canon PowerShot SD900 Digital Elph / IXUS 900Ti

The Canon PowerShot SD900 is a 10 megapixel camera with a 3x Optical Zoom lens and a 2.5 inch LCD screen. It features a titanium casing in the typical Digital Elph/IXUS style, an ISO range up to 1600 for low light shooting, 18 shooting modes, face detection, noise reduction and a range of other useful features.

The Canon Powershot SD900 will be priced at $450 and will hit stores in September.

The PowerShot SD900 Digital ELPH: Titanium Body and Ten Megapixels Too

The flagship of the Digital ELPH camera line, the 10-megapixel PowerShot SD900 Digital ELPH takes the attractive and comfortable feel of the “perpetual curve design” and for the first time ever, renders that body in strong and durable yet lightweight Titanium. The result is a high-res digital camera with smooth lines, an elegant satin finish, and an impressive (though petite) package of top-tier photo features. About the size of a deck of playing cards, the SD900 Digital ELPH camera measures fractionally more than an inch thick with its 3x (37-111 mm equivalent) optical zoom lens retracted safely into the case; a mere 2.35 inches high and less than 3.6 inches long.

The successor to Canon’s popular SD550 Digital ELPH camera, the SD900 also features a brilliantly enhanced, 2.5- inch, 230,000-pixel, color TFT LCD screen with a wide viewing angle making images easier to preview and review, and camera menus easier to read in a wide range of lighting conditions. For still more flexible digital imaging power, the SD900 Digital ELPH camera also includes a new 1.4x/2.3x digital tele-converter for extended shooting capabilities. Finally, for those who wish to shoot dramatically higher resolution video sequences, the camera’s XGA 15fps movie mode is just the ticket. When combined with the new optionally available high capacity 4GB SDHC memory cards, this digital dynamo can capture action for up to 33 minutes per clip. The Canon PowerShot SD900 Digital ELPH carries an estimated selling price of $499.99.

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