Digital cameras have come a long way since they were first introduced in the late 1980s. The Sony ProMavica MVC-5000, considered to have the best image quality for the first generation of digital cameras, recorded images as magnetic impulses on a compact two inch floppy disk. Comparing the ProMavica to the latest Canon PowerShots or Pentax Optios, it is amazing how far technology has advanced, with some of today's cameras as small as business cards or having the capability to take six megapixel snaps. Who would have ever thought there would be such a thing as a disposable digicam?
Released in October 2003, the Canon PowerShot SD10 Digital ELPH is one of the world's smallest digital cameras. Besides measuring just 3.6 x 1.9 x 0.7 inches, this high resolution four megapixel camera captures images with brilliant color and quality and video clips up to three minutes long with sound.
The PowerShot SD10 lets you express your personal style with a choice of cool colors and textures, a super-sleek size and a 4.0 Megapixel design that gives you the high resolution images that make a big impression.
It is truly fascinating how many features Canon has put together in this super small and powerful camera. And today, Dev Hardware will review it! Read on to find out more.
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