Canon PowerShot SD4000IS 10 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 3.8x Optical Zoom and f/2.0 Lens (Silver)
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Canon SD4000 vs SD1400 I'm considering the Canon SD1400 because the price is right where I want to be. However, the SD4000 looks mighty nice for a point and shoot - especailly the 2.0 lens. Has anyone done a comparison between the two models and can provide an objective comparison?
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asked by Wild on June 20, 2010
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If you plan to shoot inside photos with low light, the 4000 wins. Also, for continuous "burst" shooting of fast action--kids playing, etc. However, the SD series culminating in the 1400 is a proven, smaller, stylish Elph--better for all-around use, with unbeatable Canon images. If this was my only camera, I'd go with the SD1400 (and trust my steady hand for the low-light shots).
Samuel Chell answered on October 8, 2012
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