Canon PowerShot D10 review
Purchased this to replace Pentax W60 used for shooting while whitewater kayaking. Fast lens and IS have eliminated blurred photos. Camera starts up and shoots very quickly. Overall sharp and saturated images, with good exposure and low noise. Small enough to fit in PFD pocket. So far the best I have owned for kayaking photos.
Minor issues: Wish it had more manual control. Some soft edges at full wide angle. Some jpeg artifacts visible at 100% viewing. Wish it had RAW or superfine jpeg setting.
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