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With the Canon SD850 remaining one of the most popular compact cameras out there, its follow-up model, the Canon PowerShot SD890 IS, had some big shoes to fill: preserving everything that the SD850 did well is almost as important in this case as pushing the envelope. With more resolution, a longer zoom, improved IS and auto focus systems, and a raft of new soft features, the "new tech" bases appear to be covered. The question, then, is whether the SD890 hangs on to enough of the older SD's form and function to strike that all-important balance.
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