REVIEW: Canon Powershot SD940 Posted by Chris Hardwick on December 10, 2009 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Related Posts What's New What's Trending MOONLIGHT Wins the Best Picture Oscar! article Bill Paxton, Costar in So Many Things We Love, Has Died article Help Make This Vincent Van Gogh Action Figure a Reality article SUPERGIRL Recap: Homecoming article Watch Boston Dynamics’ Groovy Robot Dance Its Way into Your Heart article SAMURAI JACK's Return is Tougher, Meaner, Undeniably Cool article Alan Rickman Narrated a Tortoise Eating a Strawberry article R2-D2 with a Real Voice in STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE is Brilliant and Hilarious article First Look at Alphonse in the FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST Live-Action Movie article Comments Deltus says: December 14, 2009 at 9:18 am Canon makes them some good cameras! I miss the seal rating, though. A 4 is better than a 3 or 3.5. Just saying “Buy” doesn’t give you the granularity of info I might need. Meg says: December 10, 2009 at 1:49 pm dear santa… Charles U. Farley says: December 10, 2009 at 1:09 pm I can’t speak to this specific model, but I had my canon powershot (7.1mp) in the front pocket of my jacket when I dumped my motorcycle. Initially the lens cover shutter deal wouldn’t close because of the dents in the camera, but after slightly pulling the dents out, the camera has worked flawlessly. Jordan says: December 10, 2009 at 12:35 pm Chris, I was in need of a good point and shoot. I need to pick this bad boy up and take it drill sometime. The Army can be harsh on their toys and I wonder how this will hold up? Thanks. Paul Stamatiou says: December 10, 2009 at 11:24 am Just in time! My sister was asking for a P&S for xmas. Thanks.