Canon PowerShot D20 Digital Camera Review$349.99
For the most, the D20 is a straightforward, user-friendly point-and-shoot. No experience is required, though any previous PowerShot users should feel particularly comfortable. It's quick and responsive, and works great in auto mode. It isn't perfect, though. We fiddle around with settings pretty frequently, and found the button layout and labeling to be a bit obtuse; there should be one more multi-function button on the rear panel, but designers ran out of space. Handling is a bit slippery because of the smooth finish and rounded shape, but we didn't find it to be too detrimental.