Tue, 21 Feb 2006 Canon Digital Ixus 750
Macworld Buying Advice
The Canon Ixus 750 is an almost-perfect pocket camera, with enough power to tempt an owner of a low-end compact into an upgrade, or an SLR convert to invest in a more readily usable alternative. Although there’s some loss of highlight detail in bright areas of an image, and occasional camera shake, there is plenty of detail on offer and colours are pleasingly natural. My chief grumble is that the 750 is expensive compared with the competition, but the palm-sized dimensions and tactile, smooth all-metal build go some way to making up for the hit on your wallet.