Hey! You should know that Canon has released a newer version of this product: the Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS.
Canon Powershot SD1400 IS
You can't beat a Canon ELPH (that's another way of saying the SD series) for value in an ultracompact. The bells and whistles are few, but the picture quality, speedy performance, and all-around excellent user experience have made these among the best-loved digital cameras of the past decade. The SD1400 is the mid-range model in Canon's 2010 lineup, and one of the smallest Canon cams we've ever seen. The 720p HD video is always a welcome feature, and the extended ISO range is nice in theory (though pretty useless in practice). This is a cute camera that also happens to be an excellent purchase. It's been replaced by the ELPH 300 HS soon; we anticipate big things from the new model, since it will use a high-sensitivity CMOS sensor for better low-light shooting and full 1080p HD video. The SD1400 is seeing some late-life price spikes every few days, so we're knocking its rating down a few notches, and we recommend that you grab the ELPH 300 or even ELPH 100 instead.
- 14 megapixels
- 4x optical zoom
- Optical image stabilization
- 2.7-inch LCD monitor
- 720p HD video
- ISO range up to 6400
- Captures to SD/SDHC memory cards
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Release Date: Feb 28, 2010