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After much reseach I have decided either a Canon A75 or SD200 best suit my requirements and my budget. I am inclined toward the A75. However, I am concerned that it does not have a dioptric adjustment. Is there anyone who wears glasses and has an A75 find they have a problem?
Does anyone who has experience of both the A75 and SD200, have a preference, and why?
 

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I can only say that I have an A75 that I bought my spouse for XMAS.

Picture quality is excellent and it does a great job. Very compact with a wealth of feature.

My biggest beef is the time between depressing the button and the picture actually being taken.

My Digital Rebel is instantaneous (like a regular SLR) as is my Nikon Digicam so the wait on the A75 is not the greatest.
 

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hugh said:
My biggest beef is the time between depressing the button and the picture actually being taken.
Perhaps you need to press the button half way, to get the camera to focus and anything else that it does. Then if you press the button the rest of the way, it may be instantaneous. (Just guessing)
 
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