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It's a common sense principle that a successful performance is often a hard act to follow. Following up on Canon's highly successful performance with the A570 and building on a long line of well-regarded, moderately priced Canon A models, the Canon PowerShot A590 IS offers a few more features and a little more style at a price that comes in fully $100 less than its predecessor's MSRP. Given this lineage, it's hard to approach the A590 as anything other than the mid-priced compact camera to beat in 2008. At the same time, the one unanswered question is whether the new model brings enough excitement and innovation to keep this highly competitive market segment firmly in Canon's grasp.
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