Canon PowerShot D10 Digital Camera Review
I’m not a huge fan of the great outdoors but every time I buy a new digital camera I always go for one that is specifically designed with the outdoor adventurer in mind. Not that I’m averse to being outside, but I find the modern and sleek designs of the non-outdoor cameras rather difficult to handle and they just don’t seem robust enough or built to last.
The Canon PowerShot D10 Digital Camera is the one for those of you who are into the outdoor adventurer’s lifestyle, or if you are simply the kind of person who likes to buy a good quality product that is robust, tough and easy to handle. When it comes to cameras, looking pretty is at the bottom of my priorities list and this Canon D10 camera ticks all the boxes for me.
It’s a neat and compact little camera that really does pack a punch when it comes to image detail. Its shock proof, water proof, drop proof, and luckily for me, all round idiot proof. While you can test your photography skills to their limits either underwater of from the top of Mount Everest, the Canon D10 has a great anti blur technology to ensure any snap shots you take are of a clear and pristine quality.
My favourite camera feature has to be the range of shooting modes. You can easily change the mode to suit the environment you are in from beach to snow, underwater to indoor and this will improve the quality of your pictures even more.
The Smart Auto Intelligence feature is also something I would like to rave about. The camera can cleverly and automatically determine your subject’s surroundings and assesses things such as the natural light and brightness, contrasts and overall hues giving you the ultimate in point and shoot technology.
All in all it’s a great little camera, strong, tough, sturdy, practical and functional. Perfect for me and for the outward bound.