'Unfortunately, the electronic viewfinder isn't particularly great.'
'I was less impressed with the electronic viewfinder (EVF).'
'Build quality is, as you might expect for that sort of price, very good.'
'There's a CMOS sensor rather than a CCD sensor inside, for the first time on a consumer-level Canon camera.'
'Fully articulated 2.5in screen.'
'Excellent resolution, good detail at lower ISOs (though output a little soft)'
'Superb image stabilisation'
'Nice LCD display'
'the camera should do fine with typical city night scenes'
'The chrome is so shiny that it looks like a warped mirror.'
'I rarely use the viewfinder because it is so small and I can hardly compose a shot through such a small field of view.'
'The door over this compartment
feels especially flimsy.'
'Chromatic aberration is high at wide angle, showing bright coloration on either side of the target lines.'
'Noise significantly jumps at ISO 1600, rendering shots nearly unusable.'
'the resolution of the screen hasn't improved since the A710 -- there are just 115,000 pixels here.'
'It isn't the smallest or most powerful camera in the World, (or even in the Canon range),'
'sluggish flash recycling'
'Shutter lag was minimal, and cycle time when not using the flash was good.'
'The A700 is midsize: too big for your jeans pocket'
'The Canon PowerShot A700 has full exposure
flexibility and is feature-packed.'
'The camera is pricey ($549.95 list)'
'there is a lot of noise even at the low end of the ISO range.'
'I miss all the bells and whistles of the newer PhotoImpression
'the new S80, which boasts a slight redesign, an extra million pixels'
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