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Friday, Feb 25, 2005

Canon IXUS 40 / Powershot SD300 Review -

Canon IXUS 40 / Powershot SD300Sleek, thin, smooth, and featuring a comparatively large 2-inch LCD monitor and an optical viewfinder, the Canon IXUS 40 / Powershot SD300 offers a slimmer design than most other Digital Elph/Ixus cameras to date. The SD300, a 4 megapixel model and probably the thinnest digital camera produced by Canon so far, packs a 3X optical zoom and yet has a thickness of 20.7mm (0.82 inch) when the lens is retracted. Completely metal clad, the SD300 is composed of a mix of textures and chrome finishes that gives it a classy appearance.

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