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gadgetsmagazine.com.ph
Reviewed on 2013-05-31
Good still image and video quality, Rugged exteriorNo internal memory, No warning if you leave side   compartments open, Some noise in dark areas
The Canon PowerShot D20 is a waterproof camera meant to be taken outdoors on adventures. You don't want to bring an expensive camera around when you're riding the waves at the beach or climbing up a mountain...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-28
A month ago we gave you a taste of what the Canon PowerShot D20 is capable of. Now let's get to know more the rugged point-and-shoot in our full review after the break.As you might have known by now, the Canon PowerShot D20 is not your average Point-and-S...
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gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-04
Slightly different to most Power Shot offerings as this is waterproof, it still however has all the normal facilities and enhancements of a standard digital camera but in this case getting it wet will not be a disaster at least in the short term....
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whatdigitalcamera.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-07
Build quality; Image quality; Large buttons; GPS; HDMI connectionNo double lock on battery compartment; Lower resolution screen than closest rivals
The Canon PowerShot D20 features a 5x optical zoom, which provides a focal length that's equivalent to 28-140mm in 35mm terms. Behind the zoom lies a 12.1MP CMOS sensor that works in tandem with a DIGIC 4 processor to offer an ISO sensitivity range of ...
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itproportal.com
Reviewed on 2013-02-07
GPS that actually works, Build quality, Start, up timeFiddly controls
Adventure cameras have been growing in popularity for several years, and almost all of the main manufacturers have at least one waterproof and shockproof compact in their current model range. Some have several different examples; Sony has two, Panasonic a...
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macworld.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-12-26
For a camera specialist company like Canon, the D20 is a bit of a surprise. The somewhat chunky compact features a unique design with some counterintuitive elements, like the fact the shutter button is on the right, and yet you can only attach a wrist ...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-11-27
Rugged, waterproof cameras are perfect for the chronically clumsy, but Canon seems to have a more glamorous group in mind for the D20. Its sweeping contours look like something we'd expect to find in a surf shop, especially in the blue finish we were s...
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imaging-resource.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-09
Curvy and comfortable to hold, 28-140mm zoom lens, the Canon D20 has a solid zoom range, Large 3-inch LCD display perfect for outdoor viewing, even in bright sunlight, Simple, easy menu navigation, Diverse array of shooting modes, filters and effects -......A little awkward to operate one-handed, Bigger than most other waterproof cameras in its class (though this could be also seen as a positive, depending on what you're looking for), No in-camera panorama mode, Power-up, shutter lag and shot recycle time......
Display and menus. The Canon D20's 460K viewfinder is quick and responsive, exhibiting minimal motion blur. It's also bright and contrasty. Colors are good, though slightly saturated, and although lacking an anti-reflective surface, the LCD is viewable in...
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photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-03
The Canon PowerShot D20 is an all-action compact camera that's water, dust, freeze and shock proof. The new Canon D20 is a distinctively designed 12 megapixel camera with a 5x zoom, 1080p HD video, built-in GPS and a 3-inch screen. Read our detailed C...
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cameralabs.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-01
5x stabilised optical zoom, Designed for purpose, 1080p24 video recording, built-in GPS receiver with track log.Very poor continuous shooting, Poor noise handling, No 'door open' warning , Relatively expensive.
Canon PowerShot D20 review The Canon PowerShot D20 is a rugged waterproof camera designed for use outdoors in the kind of environmental conditions you'd hesitate to take a conventional camera. It's waterproof to a depth of 10 Metres, dustproof, shockp...
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brisbanetimes.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-09-13
This 12-megapixel indestructible compact comes with a 28mm-140mm zoom and is a successor to the D10. Canon has replaced the weird but attractive body form with something more conventional in shape, although it still has some inexplicable curves and dents. It is waterproof to 10 metres and doesn't mind being dropped from 1.5 metres...
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smh.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-09-12
DateSeptember 13, 2012 Read later This 12-megapixel indestructible compact comes with a 28mm-140mm zoom and is a successor to the D10. Canon has replaced the weird but attractive body form with something more conventional in shape, although it ...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-11
Waterproof to 10 m, shockproof from 1.5 m, Excellent macro mode, Good image quality up to 400 ISO, Clear, userfriendly interface, GPS with journey tracker functionHandling could be improved, Photos with flash are slow to save, Lens doesn't give the most even results at wideangle settings, From 800 ISO, noise management is a bit disappointing for a BSI CMOS sensor, No A,S, M modes
Canon has finally got round to expanding its range of waterproof compacts with the PowerShot D20 (the D10 was launched at the beginning of 2009, after all). The 2012 model... In 2009 Canon outed its first waterproof compact, the D10. Three years later, t
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ephotozine.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-08
The Canon PowerShot D20, announced in February 2012, is a digital camera designed for extreme outdoor activities. An upgrade to the , which has been available for over 3 years, it is water, shock, freeze and dustproof, available in white, blue and yell...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-27
Waterproof, tough, rugged, GPS, lens-based stabilisation, 3-inch 416k-dot LCDAwkward design, bunched up zoom buttons placement, easy to get in finger in front of lens, slow autofocus, lack of user-defined controls (AF point placement, manual shooting), so-so image quality
We’ve tested a whole bunch of tough, rugged and waterproof digital compact cameras. They may well be shockproof, freezeproof and dustproof too, but, truth be told, no company has got the full package quite right after many years' worth of attempts. Ca...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-07-21
Last month we tested the best rugged, waterproof cameras and picked a winner. “But what about the new Canon?” everyone screamed. Fear not. The PowerShot D20 went through some cruel testing over the past couple of weeks. Could it live up? Could it live, pe...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-07-20
Very easy to use, Big buttons are ideal for underwater, Tough and rugged design,Images look rather soft, Videos are grainy, Sluggish performance,
For anyone keeping track of Canon's waterproof camera range, you'll realise that it has been quite a while since the company's first model, the , made its debut. Since then, many other companies have made inroads into the space, delivering models with ...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-20
Last month we tested the best rugged, waterproof cameras and picked a winner. "But what about the new Canon?" everyone screamed. Fear not. The PowerShot D20 went through some cruel testing over the past couple of weeks. Could it live up? Could it live, pe...
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gizmodo.in
Reviewed on 2012-07-20
Last month we tested the best rugged, waterproof cameras and picked a winner. "But what about the new Canon?" everyone screamed. Fear not. The PowerShot D20 went through some cruel testing over the past couple of weeks. Could it live up? Could it live, pe...
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dpexpert.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-07-13
The image quality from this little camera is quite exceptional. At ISO400 there is no problem with either noise or noise reduction. Macro shots are soft but they sharpen up well without adding any obvious noise. In fact we were amazed at the image quality...The controls really are too small. You couldn't use the camera with gloves, except in full automatic mode
A fine successor to the D10This 12 megapixel indestructible compact comes with a 28–140mm zoom and is a successor to the D10. Canon have replaced the weird but attractive body form with something more conventional in shape, although it still has some inex...
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