I have that same camera and it ROCKS. I also have the newer 550 that I think is 7megapixel but that is out of his price range. The Canons are fantastic.Xander562 said:My Brother has a Canon Powershot SD400 "digital elph"
i would HIGHLY reccomend it, he takes some VERY good pictures with it, and it has decent resolution (i think). very small which is good cause you can keep it with you all the time, for around school/college.
he's never had any problems with it.
However it uses a rechargeable battery (not sure if you prefer that or one-use duracel or whatever)
i'm not sure that it's under $200 but deffinately worth it.
yeah i know, i only wish it was mine instead the rest of the family shares a HUGE ancient olympus thing, it's has like a 128MB memory card in it (which was the biggest they had @ the timegalstaph said:I have the canon sd450, I too agree that these little elphs are awesome
Go with Fuji or Canon for good low-light performance. I'm not sure if Casio actually has anything in the $200 and under market right now (I may be wrong though), but their low-light performance is mediocre. I have one, and it's good at ISO 50, decent and ISO 100, somewhat appalling at ISO 200 and practically unusable at ISO 400. However their cameras have good MPEG-4 video quality and take great pictures if you're not using them in dark situations!Abstract said:The Canon's are ok. I have one, but look into other companies as well. Check Fuji, Casio, and Olympus. Casio makes some great cameras, not just calculators.