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Canon Powershot SD630 Lake Oswego OR

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Ritz Camera
(503) 643-5955
Progress Square 8660 SW Scholls Ferry Road
Beaverton, OR
 
Ritz Camera
(503) 282-2646
Lloyd Center 1241 Lloyd Center
Portland, OR
 
Ritz Camera
(503) 283-2788
Jantzen Beach Center 1736-D Jantzen Beach Center
Portland, OR
 
Camera World
(503) 241-7979
400 SW 6th Ave
Portland, OR
 
The Shutterbug
(503) 227-3456
501 SW Broadway
Portland, OR
 
Camera World
(503) 205-5900
400 SW 6th Ave. & Washington St.
Portland, OR
 
Kits Cameras
(503) 786-9494
Kits Camera - Clackamas Promenade 8978 SE Sunnyside Road
Clackamas, OR
 
The Shutterbug
(503) 639-5088
9708 SW Washington Square Rd
Portland, OR
 
Citizens Photo
(503) 232-8501
709 SE 7th Ave
Portland, OR
 
NW Sony Only
(503) 224-9400
1610 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR
 

Canon Powershot SD630 Review at Cameratown.com

Canon Powershot SD630 Review

Reader Score: 8.60 (out of 10)
Review: 'I've always like the styling of the Digital ELPH. About the size of a deck of cards, the front has a nice brushed metal finish plus there's an embossed metal ring around the lens. While not the flashiest camera around, it's sophisticated and compact, at home in a Louis Vuitton handbag or a jeans pocket. And it has a nice substantial feel. The SD630 measures 3.6 x 2.2 x .8 (WHD, in inches) and weighs 5.8 ounces with battery, memory card and wrist strap.

I really enjoyed shooting with the Canon SD 630 Digital ELPH. It takes very nice photos with colors that are spot on. The compact camera feels right and can be easily carried for the spur of the moment snapshots. It's designed for the point-and-shoot crowd or someone who just wants a shade more options in their photographic arsenal. Anyone who wants to adjust the aperture or shutter speed should look elsewhere." ...

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