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Canon PowerShot A2200

Reviewed October 2011
Canon PowerShot A2200
*Est. $80
Budget camera an all-around performer
Pros:
  • Small size
  • Great photo quality
  • Easy handling
  • Plenty of preset shooting modes
  • HD video capabilities
Cons:
  • Poor image stabilization
  • Slow recovery speeds
  • No optical viewfinder
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Canon PowerShot A1200

Reviewed October 2011
Canon PowerShot A1200
*Est. $90
Bargain camera lands a viewfinder
Pros:
  • Energy-saving viewfinder
  • Easy handling
  • Plenty of preset shooting modes
  • HD video capabilities
  • Good image quality
Cons:
  • Poor image stabilization
  • Low-resolution LCD
  • Weak Blur Reduction mode
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Canon PowerShot SD4500 IS

Reviewed March 2011
Canon PowerShot SD4500 IS
*Est. $150
Compact ultra-zoom's flaws hinder performance
Pros:
  • Wide range of auto-shooting modes
  • Great macro images
  • High-quality 1080p HD video
  • Fast continuous shooting
Cons:
  • Slow startup time
  • Short battery life
  • No optical viewfinder
  • Lacks manual shutter and aperture settings
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