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Canon Powershot SD750
Canon Powershot SD750

Hey! You should know that this product has been discontinued. Here are our current recommended cameras in the Ultra Compact Digital Cameras category.

Canon Powershot SD750

Canon Powershot SD750

We've given the SD750 a grade of C+.

Editor's Review

This model is quite old and difficult to find. Check out a newer model, like the SD1300. Here's what we had to say about the SD750 when it was released in March 2007:

Slim and sophisticated, the Canon SD750 is an ultracompact Elph with a massive 3-inch LCD. Similar to the SD1000, the SD750 has a larger LCD and a slightly thicker body, featuring a metallic finish and a circular accent around the lens. Meanwhile, inside the camera, Canon's DIGIC III processor is at work with Face Detection and Noise Reduction, ensuring great shots under almost any conditions. Speedy operation, improved image quality, and long battery life make this sleek camera ideal for the style-conscious as well as the photo perfectionists.


  • 7.1 megapixels
  • 3x optical zoom / 4x digital zoom
  • Auto focus
  • Auto exposure
  • JPEG Exif 2.2, DCF, DPOF file formats
  • Movie mode with sound
  • ISO 80-1600
  • Proprietary lithium-ion batteries
  • 3 inch LCD
  • SD / SDHC / MMC storage (32 MB card supplied)
  • Part Number: 1814B001
  • UPC: 013803076615
  • Release Date: Mar 15, 2007

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Canon Powershot SD750 Reviews

Canon Powershot SD750 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 5.0 out of 5
Pretty Good Camera (Alex — 12/23/2009)

I personally love this Camera. It has great picture quality, zoom and it for sure does have the Color accent, and color swap. I would like to know how to work the color accent but i dont. :(

  • 5.0 out of 5
Great (Nabeel Tariq — 12/09/2009)

Wow this is the best-quality camera, but sometimes at night it takes low quality pictures, but I probably just need to change the settings. the best ever from Canon.

  • 4.0 out of 5
Good all around (Bel — 11/10/2009)

Love the camera! Takes great shots and user friendly. I'm able to take BW, Sepia, even color swap which is pretty cool. There's a lot of neat functions you can use and it's a small so it fits right in my pocket. I use it for my Photo 101 class and a night out with friends (for facebook lol). When I bought it it was much more expensive, this price in comparison is a bargargain. Anyways it's good for regular people looking for a good camera, I wouldn't suggest for more serious photographers.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Adjust the stepper motor lens (John — 07/07/2009)

Canon changed to a two motor lens, the regular motor works with the infrared distance range finder, the stepper motor works with the edge detection. However the stepper motor has limited rotation 1/2 turn each way, so if your lens is out of position by more than 1/2 turn, it can't do its job

  • 2.0 out of 5
Blurry images (mg — 04/12/2009)

It takes horribly blurry images for moving objects. I am disappointed with it. The older Canon I had was much better.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Still Learning (Kathy Thompson — 02/25/2009)

Like my camera ... Still learning ,trying to operate it...
lost my d.v.d that came with , an the store where I bought it is ''gone out of business !

Thank You

  • 5.0 out of 5
Great value, highly recommended! (marc — 08/12/2008)

Upgraded to SD750 from SD450 (great camera) For the price, this camera is definitely worth it. The pictures come out clear and it is extremely easy to use. You can switch from picture to video with just one click. You can also hook it up to your tv and play a slide show of the pictures. When viewing previous pictures, the zoom feature is amazing.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Pictures not sharp (Son — 08/02/2008)

Much worse picture quality than old sd500. Compare carefully before buying. I don't know what all these other great reviews are about. They must not own any prior Canon.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Dissapointing (David — 08/01/2008)

I read all the reviews and finally bought this camera. Maybe it's my camera, but the pictures are horrible. If you like grain in your pictures this camera is for you. I predominantly leave the setting on Auto. My wife and daughter both use the camera, so adusting settings is not what the family is looking to do. They just want to focus and take a clear picture. This camera leaves alot to be desired. I have spoken with Canon and they indicated I need to use the manual controls and work the ISO speeds to my liking. I have also tried the scene settings for indoor and outdoor shooting, but to no avail since 50% of my pictures show grain. While I have taken Canon's advice and have been manually controlling the camera's settings, I am still very dissapointed in the overall clarity of the pictures. If you are buying this camera to take clear family and vacation snapshots, be prepared to use your computer software to constantly edit the pictures. My older heavier Canon A95 5 megapixel takes 100x better pictures then this camera. I am in the market for something else.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Great little camera! (Linda — 07/12/2008)

Got this camera for my birthday - my first digital, so I'm looking for something pretty simple. I doubt I'll do video mode, probably will keep the memory card cleaned out to an extent so that I won't need multiple cards and numbering will not be a problem (see kev 7/1/08). I really like that I can have auto settings and yet have the option of when I learn the camera to do my own settings. I've done sunset pictures, pictures of my animals and husband so far and they all look great! I did purchase a 4 GB memory card when I got the camera, so I'll be able to take lots of pictures when I go to Steeler Camp in a few weeks. This has been a great birthday present and I look forward to many years of excellent pictures.

  • 3.0 out of 5
The little camera that tried (-kev- — 07/02/2008)

Overall this is a good camera, but has some short comings. Its as if canon tried to get off cheap and hired some right out of college engineers.

The video mod in 640X480 takes about 100 megs per 50 - 60 seconds of video. This is a pretty steep size requirement as a 4 gig card holds less then 40 minutes of video.

The video mod in 320X240 is limited to 60 seconds. The zoom feature does not work in 320x240 either.

When memory cards are changed out, then cleared, then reinserted into the camera, the numbering is reset to the last picture on the card - not the last picture taken by the camera.

If you have 3 memory cards, the numbering sequence will be reset back to the last picture on every card, not the last picture taken on the camera. This makes it very possible to have three different pictures, (one from each memory card) with the same file name (number). This is a serious flaw in the design of the camera. The numbering should be from the last picture taken, not the last picture that was on each card. Canon engineers dropped the ball on that feature.

Pictures in low light come out with a yellow color.

The camera does not save some of the settings between power cycles. Such as - every time you turn the camera on and off, the flash resets back to on. Having to reset the options after every power cycle is a design flaw, once again canon engineers dropped the ball on a basic design feature.

The camera does not install itself as a removable drive on your computer (running windows XP here). This makes it impossible to move picture to the camera.

The date stamp only works in one picture mod - another design flaw.

  • 5.0 out of 5
sd750 (Kevin Grennan — 06/18/2008)

I used a lot of camera's in my job and for vacations with my brother and mother. This camera doe's wonderful photo's for quick shot's. Do not expect this camera to do a professnal job. You pay for what is expected of memorie's. This camera has not dissapointed me at all. I enjoy my Canon S2 IS sometime's however, I enjoy the SD750 even more. So, qiut you're complaining!!! Spend more money!!!!!!!

  • 1.0 out of 5
Aweful pictures, blurry images (sabina — 05/20/2008)

I had a canon with only 4 megapixels and it takes 300 times better pictures then this one. Very dissapointed with Canon, I am going to excange it. Don't waste your money if your are looking for sharp and clear pictures.

  • 4.0 out of 5
Better Than Casio EXLIM S10 (corondaoKid — 04/06/2008)

I purchased a Casio EXLIM S10 two weeks ago but was very disappointed with indoor and cloudy day snapshots. I exchanged it for a Canon SD750 and man oh man, what a difference. The picture quality is so much superior - crisp, clean, and vivid. I'm happy now...

  • 5.0 out of 5
SIMPLY AWESOME (BJ Roque — 03/06/2008)

This camera is amazing. Being able to use it in full manual mode is great. Controlling the shutter and iso is also a plus. It takes spectacular photos. Nothing much more you can say, other than its awesome.

  • 5.0 out of 5
best camera ever! (Rana — 02/11/2008)

i got this camera about 6 months ago and i absolutly love it! being 17, i had to get something that i could afford, and this camera is deffinatly worth the money. i love all the settings like kids and pets, inside, foilage, underwater, beach, snow, and a few others. it also has a setting where you can take pictures really close up and they come out crystly clear. the video quality is great too. pretty much everything about this camera is great and i would deffinatly recomend it to anyone!!

  • 4.0 out of 5
Great camera (Lenny Johnson — 01/03/2008)

Love this camera. It is a great point and shoot unit. Im still learning what it can do, but love to have it with me just to take pics.

  • 2.0 out of 5
poor picture quality (Rob — 12/30/2007)

I find the picture quality to be very poor. Mostly blurry. Seems to have trouble evening out the focus across the entire scene. My Dad's Kodak DX7440 (4 MP, larger body, 3 years older) takes MUCH better pictures. I brought my first one back because I thought it was defective, but the 2nd one is only marginally better.

Maybe this is just how the ultra-compact cameras are. I love the size and features of this camera, but the poor quality might make me go back to a larger-body camera.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Best Camera yet (Allison — 12/29/2007)

I've had this camera for 2 days and I've taken nothing but great shots. I love the sleek look and the fact that it is so compact. All of my pictures are crisp and clear. I'll always stick with Canon.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Soft focus - very disappointed (Brian — 12/28/2007)

The one thing this camera lacks is sharp focus. Yes, there are hundreds of reviews about how pretty and sleek this camera is but 10 years from now, it's not about that. You'll want clear photos. Take the time and look at the bad reviews and you'll see a trend - this camera doesn't take sharp pictures. I played around with the settings for more than two months to try to correct the problem thinking it must be operator error - but it's not. My Nikon Coolpix 3.2MP camera (while slow) produces photos that are 10 times sharper than the SD750.

  • 4.0 out of 5
great choice! (maddy bowen — 12/26/2007)

at a good price, this camera is perfect for teens and adults! easy, and very very clear screen. movies are decent, it is more for someone who takes pictures, but it is great for that!!

  • 5.0 out of 5
Better than I expected! (Ben Mat — 12/22/2007)

For the price, this camera is definately worth it. The pictures come out clear and it is extremely easy to use. You can switch from picture to video with just one click. You can also hook it up to your tv and play a slide show of the pictures. When viewing previous pictures, the zoom feature is amazing.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Great Camera (Bert Venezian — 12/15/2007)

I've had this camera for just over 8 months and have taken close to 4,000 pictures.
Besides the cool features, "color accent" being my favorite, it takes excellent pictures and it's one of the fastest camera's i've come across. I turn it on, click, and it take a picture.. if it needs flash, it takes no more than two seconds. I play around with the features a lot taking different kinds of pictures, macro shots are my favorite. night shots with a stand and the focus set to infinity come out amazing.
If there's anything negative about this camera, it's the battery. It's not something to really complain about, just wish it would last a little bit longer. Currently i can take about 300 - 400 pictures before i get a low battery. I would like to see that rate moved up to 500+ range then it would really be perfect. I'll be switching the camera out for an SD 870IS in the new year.

  • 1.0 out of 5
Is it just me?? (Whitney King — 12/06/2007)

I have only had this camera for a week. It takes aweful pictures. They are fuzzy when i load them onto the computer. I had a Kodak five megapixel camera before this and it was a lot more clear. I have tried to change all the settings, but nothing helps. I plan on taking it back to bestbuy to exchange it, hoping it might be a default in the camera??? Anyways, I do not recommend this camera... everyone else seems to like it though so I dont know.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Awesome Camera!! (Courtney — 11/05/2007)

This is a great all-around camera. The high megapixels make for perfectly clear pictures and it can be made almost completely manual with ISO controls, light controls, etc. The only complaint I might have against it is that it doesn't make great sunset pictures. It may just be that I have yet to find the correct setting for them, but the depth and colors of the light aren't quite what my old camera used to have. Other than that, it is really easy to use and a very high-end camera for its price. It also is super small and can fit in a pocket if you're looking to take it everywhere (which I do). The shutter speed is instantaneous if you're not using the flash and you can take consecutive pictures really easily (great for sports). The screen is huge and makes for great viewing of pictures without a computer. Battery life is pretty extensive, I bought an extra that I carry with me everywhere because I do a lot of backpacking and camping, but so far have yet to completely run out of power. I would recommend getting a 1 gB card because if you want the pictures at top resolution, they take up quite a bit of space (1 gB holds about 600 pictures). This camera really can't be beat, it has all the necessary features and takes amazing pictures.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Great value, highly recommended! (Eli K. — 10/28/2007)

After playing with the camera for a couple of weeks and taking it on a trip to France, I can say I'm very impressed with it. Getting pictures of excellent quality and discovering the easy-to-use options is great fun.
Before buying I've been checking different models and eventually decided to get this one, and I am happy with the choice.
But don't take my word, have a look of the other reviews and rankings!

  • 5.0 out of 5
PICTURE QUALITY ROCKS (Bobby Tumio — 10/11/2007)

Nice Picture Quality and bright &true colors make this camera a sure winner. It's 'face detection' technology really works.
Many settings choices.
I've taken pictures in many different settings and 99% have come out great!
While the camera is small it's features and bell's & whistles stand out. As with all Canons there's no battery meter, maybe one day they'll understand the importance. However must people carry a backup battery anyway. Battery life was aproximately 180 - 200 shots.
Video is nice and has sound which is clerly audible with the cameras speaker.
I would recommend this camera to people that are looking for a good compact camera with many features.

  • 2.0 out of 5
very disappointingfor a canon (nicole fetter — 10/08/2007)

I own the canon sd550 and love it. I also own the canon xti slr camera and love it. Up till now i've never owned a canon i didn't love. I find that the sd750 has very poor picture quality and has a problem with blurring and focusing.

  • 5.0 out of 5

This camera really has many many features, from a large 3" LCD screen to 17 modes to burst shooting.
It's pictures are sharp and satisfying, Video has sound and is silky.
Flash could be stronger albeit bright enough.
Menus are sophisticated yet good
Features are plentiful, actually to numerous to mention.
Battery life is very good.
Battery meter
More powerful OPTICAL ZOOM, optical zoom is only 3X as compared to 10X on Panasonic
All in All i'm satisfied because I like the size and feel as well as the PQ of this camera.

  • 5.0 out of 5
SMALL & USEFUL (hANNA — 09/22/2007)

One of the best features is this cameras 'ULTRA COMPACT' status, small and pocket size with a big 3inch LCD. Price has come down which makes it attractive. Pictures are clear & sharp. Firm feel and easy to operate. I have this camera 3 weeks and am enjoying it. Video is clear and smooth and easy to use as are the menus to navigate. Features are very good. Separate picture view button makes seeing your shots a breeze. Layout of buttons and controls is easy and useful
Disappointed that camera DOES NOT image stabilization. Also that built in memory is so small.
Bottom Line: Excellent camera at a good price keeping in mind it is an ultra compct!

  • 3.0 out of 5
SD750 stability when taking photos (Andy — 09/09/2007)

Has anyone with this camera have any problems with blurness since it does not have stabilization?

  • 5.0 out of 5
Our SD750 (Brian Morelli — 09/09/2007)

After looking at every review and listening to all my camera buff pro friends, this was the absolute best camera to stick in your pocket. Extremely simple to use and outstanding battery life. I installed a 2 gig memory card and have been thrilled with the image quality, even compared to my professional photographer Brother in Law's 4000.00 Canon pro model. We shot similar photos on my wifes Birthday cruise and got almost identical quailty shots! It is ideal for the novice.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Outstanding Picture Quality (Vince — 08/21/2007)

I've had 3 point and shoot Sonys' and this Canon SD750 outperforms them all hands down. The PQ, color richness, and clarity are awesome for such a petite camera. I also have a Canon SLR EOS 20D and in some conditions, the quality comes very close. I'm very satisfied with this camera and I would recommend it to anyone wanting an easy to use device with the highest quality for its size.

  • 4.0 out of 5
Canon 750 is GREAT! (b-rok — 08/18/2007)

i bought the canon 750 months ago, what ive relalized is that it has a face detection technology. That means it will focus the picture more on the face than the background. As a sales associate many of my customers purchase the 750 because of itss unique style and the 3" LCD screen, the ISO is great on it, , straight foward to use

  • 5.0 out of 5

After putting this camera through all the tests I can honestly say that it comes out a Winner. The Pictures are clear and sharp, the video smooth and fast.
Settings are many for an ultra compact.Battery lasts for approx 200 shots. Build is Good. Menus and features are easy to access and figure out.
Many bells & whistles included such as 'Accent mode & Color swap mode'. LCD is HUGE and CLEAR with 230,000 pixels.
Start up time is about 1 second. Camera has a 'BURST mode' which is useful for sports and photos of moving objects.
Camera is impressive and stylish. Price has come down considerably which makes the value Excellent.
I think that everybody has to remember that this is an Ulta-Compact and that we cannot expect the same quality as a DSLR, but it should be close and it is.

  • 4.0 out of 5
where is all the hype?? (Yogi — 08/11/2007)

I have had this camera for like 2 days now, and I think it gets great shots, but when I magnify the photo in view mode, you can tell it's picture start to degrade, i enjoy the camera, It's good for the price, and I have explored the various setting, I'm always open to suggestions, but after having the DSC Cybershot T100, the cybershot W200, I think the camera has enough quality to keep up with the group, but not surpass them. The dscT100 takes better Video. As far as the race between them all, I have to say theta the T100 and this one are pretty close in quality pics, but because the t100 has an extra megapixel, it looks a tad bit better in maginfying the shots. They were close though, but I chose this one for the price and the quality is just right, nothing to scream OMG about though.

  • 5.0 out of 5
BEST YET!! PQ IS EXCELLENT (Bobby C — 08/11/2007)

The SD750 really shines. This camera gives Picute Quality that is really unbeliveable. My pictures were crisp and sharp. Settings and modes are plentiful. Movies are close to HD and run smooth.
battery lasted for about 180 - 200 shots.
I figured out this camera without even reading the manual. although I did have to look up a few features in the user guide.
High ISO of 400 + did have some noise but this is normal in a point & shoot.
Size is good for pocket. Flash is average.
Menu is very distinct and useful.
Camera has a dedicated PLAYBACK BUTTON which is easy to use. this is a big plus.
Face detection works and improves PQ.
LCD is bright and 3 in ches big which is really useful for TAKING & SHOWING your pictures.
Camera comes with software to download , edit and organize your photos in your PC, useful but not photoshop.
Price is good.
This camera will definitely come in handy on vacations or just to carry in your pocket for those special moments.
Lastly one short coming is the 3x Optical Zoom. I wish this camera had 4X or 5X as the PANASONICS OR SONYS HAVE.

  • 5.0 out of 5

The best way to describe Canons latest marvel is QUALITY at a Reasonable price.
This camera has all the features that a Point Shoot can possibly have at this point in time.
Of course there's always something small missing or that could be added but let's get real. For canon to add more features the price would be out of touch or this camera WOULD NOT BE CALLED A POINT &SHOOT!
FEATURES are Great, EASE of USE is simple, Size is really ULTRA COMPACT & PQ is superb.

  • 5.0 out of 5
#1 IN IT'S CLASS , VERY IMPRESSIVE (AL Bert — 07/22/2007)

Went on vacation and came across various shots in different lighting etc. and this camera did a GREAT JOB!!
Picture Quality is really EXCELLENT! Sharp as a tack
Camera is solid and operating it is a breeze.
The 3"LCD really eliminates the need for a view finder. Even in bright sunlight my pictures were centered and easy to take.
Face detection software actually works and improves the images in your pictures tremendously
SIZE was perfect for my pocket.
Battery was good. Problem is there is no Battery Meter.
LCD has a GRID which makes taking LEVEL pictures easy. (can be turned on or off)
Bells and Whistles are plentiful. Manual control is good.
Camera has 17 Preset scenes such as Fireworks, Beach, Underwater, Sunshine, Night etc. These come in very handy and are useful.
Movies are Excellent with this camera which is a great added feature! A 2 gig card is ample but a 4 gigabyte SDHC card really holds a lot of movie time especially when you can't download to a PC.
I would recommend this camera very highly. In the 2 weeks I've had it I really put it through the ringer and "I'm IMPRESSED!!!.....enough said.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Top Brand doesn't necessarily mean Top Camera (Karen Smith — 07/17/2007)

Last year I bought a IXUS 60. Great camera and no problems. This year I bought what I thought would be an equally good camera. An IXUS 75 [Canon Powershot SD750] The first one I purchased had a dead pixel which showed up as a red spot in all my photos from day one. I took it back and the store replaced it. With the second one, I turned it on, took 8 photos and the lens locked up. It refused to retract and I kept getting an error message on the LCD screen "Lens error, restart camera". Easier said than done. It refused point blank to retract. I took that one back and got a refund. No more IXUS 75's for me.

  • 5.0 out of 5
CANON SD 750.......THE ANSWER Tand REASON TO BEING HAPPY (Louie G — 07/17/2007)

This camera rocks! Solid in build, Small in size and BIG on VALUE, describes the SD750.
PQ is great on this camera. Settings are numerous. 3" LCD is HUGE!!
Battery is good for over 200 shots, Movies are smooth and sound is good.
Many bells and whistles on this camera.
Keep in mind it is a POINT & SHOOT and that it is not a DSLR.
Wish it had a BATTERY METER but I bought an extra battery for back-up
Went to Swiss Alps and I wasn't disappointed. Pictures were great.

  • 5.0 out of 5
I did not get to make a choice but I'm delighted with the SD 750 anyway. (Maureen — 07/13/2007)

I spent hours researching what to buy to replace my stolen camera. In the end I had no choice because, lacking ready access to a printer, I bought the SD 750 as it was the only one which came with the user's guides in English.

I have been trying to learn the capacities of the camera by reading up and practising a little every day. So far I have been very satisfied with the ease of use. I had been concerned that the dials and buttons on this compact might be too small for my fingers but have found them easy to operate. The menu is quite intuitive, the photos are clear and bright, the large LCD is a blessing and the camera is very portable indeed. I have not found problems with blurry pictures so have not missed the IS function yet - this view might change when my photography is less planned than it is now.

My only criticism is not of the camera but of Canon. The user's guides are so compact that the tiny icons are almost impossible to read, even with my reading glassses on. Fortunately the icons used on the LCD are very easy to read.

So although I did not really get to make a choice I am very pleased with the SD 750 (or IXUS 75 for Aussie and UK readers) - it is a gorgeous camera and so far has fulfilled all my hopes.

  • 5.0 out of 5
great camera (myles flynn — 07/01/2007)

I have owned many point and shoot cameras this is one of the best. My only problem is the lack of a battery indicator.

  • 5.0 out of 5
UNIQUE and an INSTANT WINNER (Mike B — 06/19/2007)

It's small size yet many features and toys put this camera in front of the pack. The PQ is close to as good as you can get in an Ultra-Compact. Shutter lag is actually ZERO between pictures. Start-up is about 1/2 a second. Movies PQ is very Good SMOOTH and at 30 or 60 frames. Face Detection works and improves PQ. Many toys such as 'Color Swap and 'Accent' photographs are to numerous to mention. Optical Zoom is 3X and would have been great at 5X But it's only 3X.
Sleek pocket fit. LCD is BRIGHT and is True Color, LCD is 3" and Great for showing off your photos in camera. Separate Picture View button makes accessing your photos a cinch.
No Viewfinder because it's NOT NECESSARY with this camera.
This camera will MEET AND BEAT most peoples needs in a Point and Shoot. I know I'm very happy and I'm fussy and want value for my money.
Lastly be sure that you get a spare battery as Canon cameras don't have a battery meter!

  • 5.0 out of 5

I have owned this camera for almost 2 weeks and am very much satisfied with its performance.
1. The 3.0" display is awesome and is resistant to scratches and fingerprints are easy to clean.
2. The Face Detection with tracking is excellent and it really works
3. The Video recording is crisp and clear
4. Pictures are a little noisy at high ISO

The SD750 lacks a view finder and the most wanted Image Stabilization. Photos are shaky sometimes till you get used to the camera.

Other than that, I would recommend this camera to anyone in need of a near perfect digital camera

  • 3.0 out of 5
Best Camera I Have Owned (Dan Eppinger — 06/14/2007)

I own 4 Canon digitals plus a Canon Digital Rebel. Everything else considered, this is the best of the lot. The Rebel, of course, as an SLR, has many features unique to SLR's, but is like a rock around my neck...Consequently, I find myself using it only when not walking around a great deal. The SD750 takes photos every bit as good as the Rebel and is tiny. Buy this one! You will not be disappointed..BTW, a 2 gig card (available for about 25 bucks) gives you well over 600 shots at the highest resolution.

  • 5.0 out of 5
FLYING COLORS and UNIQUE (Jim L. — 06/02/2007)

After more than 1000 pictures in various situations including Indoor shots, Motion shots, Macro, Color Swap, Continuous shooting etc, etc, I can honestly say that this camera is GREAT. I'm really impressed at the PQ and features as well as the durability and solidness of the camera.
Many shooting modes (17 to be exact) as well as a few Manual settings.
This camera has Face Detection which is DOES WORK.
It also has a 3" LCD screen which really displays PURE COLOR.
Noise level is very good up to 800 ISO and then gets worse.
PQ overall is great. Movies are Pure, Crisp and SMOOTH.
Battery Life is good, however I would suggest buying a 2nd battery.
Camera accommodates up to a 4GB SDHC card. WOW!!!!
Value is excellent at$250 -$299.

  • 5.0 out of 5
IMPRESSIVE (Teddy D — 05/12/2007)

Camera stands out in quality. The pictures are really excellent.As for ease-of-use the SD750 is great. I was really impressed by the 3"LCD which everyone that saw this camera raved about. It made looking at pictures in camera a dream.
Camera has a solid build. Battery life lasted me 209 pictures, which I think is very good. Although I'm going to buy a spare battery for peace of mind.
The SD750 features 'FACE DETECTION' which really works 95% of the time. This allows for your subject to be the highlight of the picture as oppsed to dimly lit.
Wish camera had Image Stabilization.But I guess you can't have everything.
Lastly thr styling of the camera makes it easy to slip into a pocket or purse.

  • 5.0 out of 5
I love this camera (Brandon — 05/09/2007)

This is the best camera I have ever owned, it is small and sleek but it takes great pics and the lcd display is top notch, way to go canon on this camera!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 5.0 out of 5
GREAT PICTURES & MOVIES (John D — 04/18/2007)

I was surprised at the clarity of the pictures as this camera does NOT have Image Stabilization.
Beautiful 3"Screen doesn't seem to drain battery any faster than a 2.5"
Dedicated Picture and Movie VIEW BUTTON makes reviewing your pictures a snap.
Easy to Use, Attractive,Very compact and good value. If this camera had the image stabilization it would be outrageous. Also camera does NOT have a View finder, this may bother some people.