Canon PowerShot SD100
3.2 megapixels (effective); 2x optical/3.2x digital zoom; autofocus only; program exposure only; JPEG file format; ISO range 50-400; proprietary Lithium-Ion battery; movie mode with sound
The Canon PowerShot SD100 is the first of the pocket-sized Digital ELPH cameras to use Secure Digital memory cards instead of CompactFlash. While this change has enabled Canon to make the SD100 a few millimeters smaller than previous ELPH cameras, in most other respects it is very similar to the Canon S230. Like other Digital ELPH cameras, the camera's compact size and durable body make it a good companion for active photographers.