Canon PowerShot D10 digital camera test shots

Find out how well Canon's rugged PowerShot D10 digital camera performs when it's not being thrown around or submerged in water

Colours: Canon's PowerShot D10 can withstand drops from up to 1m and can function in up to 10m of water. But how does it handle everyday photography? In this first slide you can see how the D10 renders colours on a sunny day. The pegs themselves look neutral, and only slight overexposure is noticeable on the white peg. Overall, the camera handles colours well, but the overall scene lacks a little contrast. This shot was taken in auto mode with an aperture of f/4.5, a shutter speed of 1/800th of a second, and an ISO speed of 100. Check out our full review of the Canon PowerShot D10

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