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Superb quality and outstanding performance. Equipped with the latest Canon technology, the PowerShot SD600 Digital ELPH gives all the power you'd expect from a high resolution camera and more. Packed with a full array of Canon's most popular and convenient shooting features, this Digital ELPH has a sleek, ergonomic design that will turn heads.
Memory Type: Secure Digital (SD) Card, MultiMediaCard (MMC)
LCD Screen Size: 2.5 in
Camera Type: Compact Camera
Megapixels: 6 Megapixel
Lens Mount: Fixed
Optical Zoom: 3
Product Title: Canon PowerShot SD600 Compact Camera
Power Score: 4.2 | 43 Reviews
Image Sensor: CCD
Effective Megapixels: 6 Megapixel
Total Pixels: 6200000
Camera Type: Compact Camera
Lens Mount: Fixed
Optical Zoom: 3 X
Digital Zoom: 4x
Max Aperture: 2.8 1/f
Focal Length: 5.80 mm to 17.40 mm
Memory Card Support: Secure Digital (SD) Card, MultiMediaCard (MMC)
Removable Flash Memory Included: 16 MB Secure Digital (SD) Card
LCD Screen Size: 2.5 in
Maximum Video Capture Resolution: 640 x 480
Flash: Auto Flash, Red-eye Reduction, Flash ON, Flash OFF
Interface Connection: 1 x USB, 1 x Audio/Video Out, 1 x DC Power In
Height: 2.1 in
Width: 3.4 in
Depth: 0.9 in
Weight: 4.94 oz
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Frequency Band: Sensitivity: Auto High ISO Auto ISO 80 ISO 100 ISO 200 ISO 400 ISO 800 Menu Languages: English German French Dutch Danish Finnish Italian Norwegian Swedish Spanish Simplified/Traditional Chinese Japanese Russian Portuguese Korean Greek Polish Czech Hungarian Turkish Thai Arabic
Software Included: Digital Camera Solution
Camera Modes: Shooting Modes: Auto Camera M Portrait Special Scene: Foliage Snow Beach Fireworks Underwater Indoor Kids & Pets Color Accent Color Swap Night Snapshot Digital Macro My Colors Stitch Assist Movie Photo Effects: Vivid Vivid Blue Vivid Green Vivid Red Neutral Sepia Black & White Positive Film Lighter Skin Tone Darker Skin Tone Custom Color Erase Modes: Still Image: Single image All images Movie: Part of movie All of movie
Exposure Control: Program AE
Viewfinder Type: Optical
White Balance Modes: Auto Daylight Cloudy Tungsten Fluorescent Fluorescent H Custom
Product Model: SD600
Product Series: SD
Brand Name: Canon
Maximum Image Resolution: 2816 x 2112
Maximum Frame Rate: 60 fps
Battery Built-in: No
Battery Include: Yes
Memory Card Type Include: Secure Digital (SD) Card
Shortest Shutter Speed: 1/1500 Second
HD Movie Mode: No
Product Line: PowerShot
Front Camera: Canon
Product Reviews (12)
Strengths: Great camera. Almost identical to the SD450 except the 800 ISO setting is a great addition and the increased megapixel capability is worth it.
Weakness: Only comes with 16MB SD card. They should've done better with that as you can only squeeze a couple of shots on there at full resolution. Canon should do better here.
You can't go wrong with Canon. This camera is slim and easy to stick in a shirt pocket, inside a jacket, or even pants pocket unobtrusively. It's fast when paired with a fast SD card. I use the Transcend 150X 2GB card and feel like I have endless storage for my needs and can shoot tons of great video. This camera is highly recommended!
By gordongekko83 - Apr 1, 2006
So far so good
Strengths: Large LCD screen, small overall, great image quality
Weakness: Non I can find so far.
Well, I upgraded from S500 to this one. I don't see any apparent degradation or decrease in performance by going with this model. I can only notice pros, which is the fact that LCD is larger and the camera is smaller. Highly recommended.
By seanyoo - Jun 2, 2006
Strengths: Small size, 2.5" LCD, great photos
Weakness: Doesn't have Image Stabilization for video
I bought this camera as a replacement for an SD400 which was stolen. It's a nice little upgrade. The screen on the SD600 is 2.5" which actually makes quite a bit of a difference. I debated buying the SD630 with larger screen, but sometimes I like to use the viewfinder, which the SD630 does not have. Overall, I'm very happy with the photos it takes!
By g_emay - Apr 11, 2006
The greatest DigiCam for its size and price
Strengths: Low noise level at day light and night shots huge screen for its size Macro mode is fabulous manual shutter speed control
Weakness: NON at all.
I've had the canon SD550 in my mind for a while as ive been researching about it for almost 2 weeks, but when i went to buy it from costco, they told me that they ran out of it and im not really the type of person who would like to wait for shipping so i preffered to buy from a retailer, so i get really upset and i go to sears and i find the Olympus Stylus 710 (7.1mp) which looked SO sleek and...
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I've had the canon SD550 in my mind for a while as ive been researching about it for almost 2 weeks, but when i went to buy it from costco, they told me that they ran out of it and im not really the type of person who would like to wait for shipping so i preffered to buy from a retailer, so i get really upset and i go to sears and i find the Olympus Stylus 710 (7.1mp) which looked SO sleek and its ergonomics were really fantastic plus it was an all weather proof. i got it for $299 + tax and the total was $327 (which is cheap for a 7.1 olympus). I go home thinking i made the right choice but when i got home and started taking pics and testing it, the picture quality STUNK!!!!!!! i was slapped in the face when i saw the color and the noise level on that camera!!!!! so the next day i return it to sears and they charge me $45 restocking fee and i was cursing myself bad for not reviewing it on the internet before buying it... cuz i was desperate for a camera and im only in the US for 2 months maximum...
anyway enough talk about my dillema. i decide to get the SD600 instead of what i had in mind at first (SD550) because its smaller and it looks better and its the same price of the SD550 and it even has more features, even the screen resolution is more (115,000 vs. 170,000 or something like that)
so i go online and check pricegrabber and i find this camera that is worth $349 at bestbuy priced at $273 on Butterfly Photo!!! and they take absolutly no tax from you!!! so i took the bargain and it got delivired in 4 days and i just LOVE it i started taking macro shots of my backyard flowers and i could swear on my moms grave that its a digital SLR quality (when it came to macro shots) and even regular shots the color is vibrant and the noise level is only high in extreme low light but when using flash even in the total dark there is no noise!!!! its a must have camera if your shopping for one NOW. because you never know what they might invent next year.
its an A++++++++++++++++++++++++ camera and i have no regrets
By Levonx - Jul 7, 2006
The new series of Elph is getting more sexy!
Strengths: New higher ISO, lower price compared to the S-series
Weakness: Expensive accessories
I just got the new Canon SD600 for a week to upgrade from my SD300. This is actually an 6.0MP camera. Pricegrabber incorrectly list it as 5.2MP. The main difference is the ISO setting. You can set it up to ISO 800, which is very helpful to shoot with low light. I tested ISO 800 and there is not too much noise. The 2.5" LCD is also clear under sunlight. You can't go wrong with it.
By nyctaz - Apr 5, 2006