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Canon Powershot SD770 IS Great Falls MT

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Big Sky Sellers
(406) 952-4347
2812 3rd Avenue South #2
Great Falls, MT
Enterprise Electric Comms
(406) 761-3830
1324 13th Ave Sw
Great Falls, MT
Data Northwest
(406) 727-4282
316 1st Ave S
Great Falls, MT
Arrowhead Electronics
(406) 761-1666
2026 2nd Ave N
Great Falls, MT
Rocky Mountain Hi-Fi
(406) 761-8683
812 Central Ave
Great Falls, MT
Velocity Wireless
(406) 454-2355
2114 10th Ave S
Great Falls, MT
Cormac Recycling Solutions
(406) 454-0026
600 Central Ave Ste 23
Great Falls, MT
Sound Pro
(406) 453-4363
1302 13th Ave S
Great Falls, MT
Hb Wireless
(406) 453-4410
1928 10th Ave S
Great Falls, MT
Missouri River Satellite Repai
(406) 453-6859
Gibson Flts
Great Falls, MT

Canon Powershot SD770 IS Review at Cameratown.com

Canon Powershot SD770 IS Review

Reader Score: 8.38 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "The IXUS (Powershot in the U.S.) range is justly renowned for style, performance and build quality, and equally justly for being very expensive compared to similarly-specified models from other brands. The IXUS 85 IS (Powershot SD770 IS in the U.S.) is no exception to this rule. It is a 10.0-megapixel ultra-compact with a 2.5-inch 230k LCD monitor, an optical viewfinder and a 3x zoom lens with optical image stabilization, which is a surprisingly rare combination of features these days. ...

While there's no disputing that the Canon IXUS 85 IS is a superbly well-made camera, and is light, compact and easy to use, there's also no denying that it is very expensive and doesn't offer a lot of features for the money. While performance is well up to Canon's usual standard, image quality is let down by wide-angle lens distortion, corner blurring and high-ISO noise problems ..."


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