Canon PowerShot SD4000 is DSLR class camera.SD4000 have HD movie-shooting capabilities.Canon PowerShot SD4000 is a great camera for professionals…..
Liked the lop-eared design and low-light sensitivity of Canon’s latest point and shoot, but wanted to be sure you’d get $350 worth of camera for the asking price? You’re in luck: the PowerShot SD4000 IS, aka IXUS 300 HS, has just received its first painstakingly detailed review.
Simplified controls make room for an enormous 3″ LCD viewfinder on the back. All the features are navigated with a scroll wheel using on screen menus. Where this camera really breaks from the pack is with the low-light and high speed features they’ve added. This pocket pal is able to capture full 10 mega-pixel images at 3.7 frames per second.
The Canon PowerShot SD4000 IS sprung out from Nowhere Town, as the new compact’s first announcement jolted us out of our seats earlier this month. A back-illuminated CMOS sensor, bright f/2.0 Aperture, and Canon’s latest Digic DV 4 processing was enough to reel us in, but we wanted to see if the company’s latest top PowerShot point-and-shoot compact backed up its “improved low light” shooting claims.
The speed and size of the PowerShot SD4000 IS would be really great for court side photography. 2.5 megapixels is still larger than most peoples’ computer monitors can display and is more than enough for most casual photo needs. Besides being able to shoot full 720p high definition video at 30fps, Canon adds the very rare ultra high speed aka slow-mo 240fps video mode. The slow motion video recording is only possible at 320×240 resolution which means you’ll want to be pretty close to the action. With this, you’ll be able to see facial expression mid-slam-dunk.
If portraits of Ben Franklin are burning a hole in your pocket, however, you’ll find it on sale today at usual suspects B&H, J&R and Adorama Camera.