So I got a Canon IXUS 60 (SD600) yesterday and thought that it would be a great camera based on price and some online reviews. I bring it home and decide to take some shots indoors. The flash turns out to be inadequate or the lens, I'm not sure, and leaves the four corners darker than the rest of the image. I read that this is quite common with ultra-compact digicams, but in no way was I expecting it to be this extreme. If anyone has used a camera from the Elph/IXUS series, please tell me if this is absolutely normal and within Canon standards. Apart from indoor shots, the camera does extremely well outdoors and dark corners are rarely if ever seen which leads me to believe that it may not be a defect. Anyway, here are the photos. 1. Macro, no flash, in a room with decent amount of light 2. Auto, no flash, shot of tiles in a shopping mall 3. Auto, flash, shot of the wall with all lights turned off 4. Auto, flash, same as above Thanks guys.