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When last I visited with a Canon SD camera wearing a 900-something number, it was the SD900 with a 10 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom and no stabilization. My latest houseguest is the Canon PowerShot SD950 IS, and it's amazing what those two extra letters can do for camera utility and desirability. But there are other incremental changes in the 950 to give it a bit more separation from the 900, and the letters are only part of the story. Still, the question arises if the improvements are significant enough to cause folks who like the 900 to trade up, or attractive enough to bring new believers to the flock.
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