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October 24, Last Updated: Is the PowerShot A a worthy successor? Find out in our review! Canon puts a 32MB SD card in the box with the A, which is the size typically included with cameras these days.

Unfortunately that size is too small, so a larger card is a must. I’d recommend a MB card as a good starter size. The A takes advantage of high speed SD cards, so it’s worth paying a little more for those 60X or faster, preferably. These will quickly end up in the trash, so do yourself a favor and buy a four-pack of NiMH rechargeables mAh or better plus a fast charger.

Here’s how the A compares to some other cameras in its class in terms of battery life:. There were a few other cameras I wanted to put on that list, but certain manufacturers cough, Olympus don’t like to publish battery life info for their products! Anyhow, the A trounces the competition, as you can see. There’s a built-in lens cover on the A so there is no lens cap to worry about. The PowerShot A supports more accessories than most cameras in this class.

Here’s the full list:. Just plug in the USB connection and the software does the rest. You can change any setting that’s available on the camera using the software, and photos are saved on your hard drive instead of the memory card. Also included is ArcSoft PhotoStudio v 4. It’s not bad, though I miss all the bells and whistles powerwhot the newer PhotoImpression software that’s available these days which Canon used to include. Canon has retooled their manuals a bit on their most recent cameras.

There’s a basic manual which will get you up and shooting quickly. For more details you can open up the advanced manual, which should answer any question you might have. There are also separate manuals for the software and direct printing PictBridge.

While the manuals are complete, they could be a little more user friendly. The PowerShot A is a midsized camera made of a mix of plastic and metal. The camera fits well in your hand, with a large right hand grip. The A can be operated with just one hand.

Now, here’s a look at how the A compares with other cameras in its class in terms of size and weight:. The A is actually larger than its predecessor, the A In fact, it’s larger and heavier than everything in this class. I don’t mind, though, it makes the camera feel more solid, more “upscale”, if you will.

The A is indeed too big to fit in a typical pocket, but it’s still easy enough to carry around in a purse or bag. The focal hser of this F2. While the lens itself is not threaded, by purchasing the conversion lens adapter mentioned earlier you can attach conversion lenses and 58 mm filters. To the upper-right of the lens you’ll find the A’s built-in flash.

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The working range of this flash is decent: While there’s powesrhot hot shoe for flash sync port on the A, you can attach Canon’s external slave flash via the tripod mount, which provides more flash power and less redeye than the built-in flash.

To the left of the flash is the optical viewfinder, with the AF-assist lamp to the left of that. The AF-assist lamp, which helps the camera focus in low light conditions, is also used as the visual countdown for the self-timer. Unlike those two models, the A’s LCD is 2 inches in size. The resolution is exactly the same as on the old models: Outdoor visibility is decent, and low light visibility is great. When light levels drop the screen “gains up” automatically so you can still see your subject.

Canon has implemented this feature very well. If you’re new to digital cameras you may be wondering why anyone would want a rotating LCD. It allows for ground-level shots of kids and pets. And finally, it allows for self-portraits since the screen can rotate all the way around until it’s facing you.

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The LCD can also be in the “normal position” see below or closed altogether. Here’s the LCD in the traditional position. Above it is the mxnual optical viewfinder, which is average-sized. As you can see, it lacks a diopter correction knob, which is used to focus what you’re looking at. To the lower-right of kser viewfinder is the mode switch, which selects between playback and record mode. When connected to a PictBridge-enabled photo printer, you can make prints right from the camera.

If you hook into a Mac or PC, you’ll be able to transfer photos and even select your computer’s desktop picture, all right from the camera. Below those two buttons is the four-way controller, a62 is used for menu navigation, setting manual controls, and also:. The manual focus feature lets you use the four-way controller to select a focus distance. A guide showing the focus distance is displayed on the top of the LCD, and the center of the frame is enlarged so you can make sure that everything is sharp.

Pressing the center button in the four-way controller opens up the Function menu, which has the following options:. The PowerShot A has a full set of manual opwershot, including a custom white balance function. This lets you use a white or gray card as a reference so you usrr get perfect color even under the most unusual lighting conditions. With a high speed SD card you can keep taking photos at about 1.


There’s just a slight “pause” on the LCD between shots, but you should still be able to track a moving subject using it. The custom self-timer feature allows you to choose the number of photos taken 1 to 10 as well as the delay between shots 0 to 30 seconds. The photo effects are powwershot and dirty ways to change the color or sharpness of your photos.

For more fun there’s iser My Colors feature which I’ll describe below. Using the My Colors “Color Swap” feature. The My Colors feature lets you do all kinds of fun stuff right on your camera. In case you go overboard the camera will save the original image for you if you like. Here’s everything you can do with this feature, using some examples from my past reviews. The positive film option will make colors more specifically, red, blue, and green more vivid. You can also intensify each of those colors individually poaershot selecting the appropriate menu options.


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The two skin tone options should be self-explanatory. The color accent feature will turn your image to black and white, except for the color which you’ve selected see above. To select the color you point the camera at the color you want to sample and then press the four-way controller. For this option as well as the next two, the camera gives you a preview of what it’s about to do before you take the photo.

The color swap feature does just as it sounds: Want to see how your car looks in red? Well, select your car’s color first and then find something red, and the rest is history.

The custom color option lets you adjust the intensity of reds, greens, blues, and skin tones. I’ve finally finished telling you about everything the four-way controller can do, so now I can mention the two final buttons on the back of the A There’s more to see on the top of the PowerShot A The first things to see include the power button and the use dial.

The mode dial is packed full of options, and here they are:. As you can see, the A has full manual exposure control. I should also mention that the camera has a Program Shift feature in the program, aperture priority, and shutter priority modes.

To activate this you must first prefocus on your subject, then press the exposure compensation button. To the right of the mode dial is the speaker. Above that you’ll find the shutter release button, which has the zoom controller wrapped around it. The zoom controller moves the lens from wide-angle to telephoto in about 1. I counted nine steps throughout the 4X zoom range. The camera doesn’t show any kind of “zoom meter” on the LCD, which can be helpful. The A supports the USB 2.

Our tour ends with a look at the bottom of the camera. Here you’ll find a plastic tripod mount and well as the battery compartment. The batteries four AAs are covered by a fairly sturdy plastic door with a locking mechanism.

The PowerShot A has a very quick startup time of just 1. That’s great for a camera with an extending lens. No live histogram on the A; the S80 has one manusl

The A has above average focusing performance, with typical focus times a260 around 0. At the telephoto end of things focusing takes a bit longer, but it’s still pretty snappy.

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