Canon Powershot A400 Reviews
Product Type: Canon digital cameras
Description:Model ID 9686A007 / Canon PowerShot A400 - Digital camera - 3.2 Mpix - optical zoom: 2.2 x - supported memory: SD - silver / The PowerShot A400 has all the quality expected from a Canon, with a price to make you smile. A choice of four fun colors and technology to produce great ... more
Canon Powershot A400 ... results make this camera a joy to use.
From the Canon Visionary Technologies that deliver great shot after shot to the easy access special scene modes, everything about the PowerShot A400 is designed to make photography simple. A camera that takes the hard work out of super results, leaving you to focus on capturing the right moment. And with 3.2 Megapixels, you'll be delighted at the detail and quality of your digital images and photo prints.
A Canon high-performance lens ensures outstanding image quality from one corner of the picture to the other. Its 2.2x optical zoom is great for closing in on the action, while the macro close-up function lets you focus on objects as little as 5cm away. A 9-point AiAF auto-focus system keeps subjects in focus - even when they are not centered in the frame.
A special scene mode gives access to 8 clever presets for excellent results in tricky conditions: Portrait, Night Scene, Foliage, Snow, Beach, Fireworks, Underwater, and Indoor. Special effects include Sepia, Black & White and Vivid Color.
The PowerShot A400 takes up to 3-minute movie clips, (up to 30 seconds at VGA quality) complete with sound recording, fun playback and in-camera editing on the 1.5" LCD screen. You can even connect your camera to the TV to share the best moments with family and friends.
Get beautiful prints instantly without a PC, with any Canon Direct Print or PictBridge compatible printer. Simply connect your camera to the printer, hit the Print/Share button and you'll have a photo in your hands within seconds. The button also simplifies uploading to any Windows PC. When connected to a Canon Compact Photo Printer, the PowerShot A400 allows you to create handy ID photo prints.
Newest Review: ... this myself as lighting in a photo can be very subjective. There's no automatic red-eye function to this Canon Powershot ... more
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Customer Canon Powershot A400 Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 17 readings)
If you've read my other review on the Sony Cybershot camera that I've ended up using lately, then you'll know that this Canon PowerShot A400 has been the digital piccy-taking love of my life in recent years! Now I'm not a technical person, so the fact that this camera has 3.2 mega pixels was not a criteria for me for choosing this camera, although it has helped with the image quality that I have enjoyed from it! So, this review is not a technical know-how review, it's purely on how I have found this camera in everyday use! *** What's to like *** * Although this has all the digital components that you would expect, overall this camera is a very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
** Introduction ** Sometimes it seems as though I'm fated to end up with a complete collection of Canon's long-running PowerShot A4xx series. They're popular beasts, and quite cheap second-hand, so they tend to appear both in job lots and in the occasional part-exchange deal. Curiously enough I hadn't owned the A400, the camera that started it all, until relatively recently. This is a 3.2-megapixel compact digital camera from 2004, so by digicam standards it's getting on a bit. On the other hand, Canons tend to last, so I was hopeful that the A400 would still be worth a try. ** Looks and handling ** Canon's website insists that this model ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I don't know where to start with this review, this camera has given so many happy family photos I feel it really needs some justice before we get a new one in a few weeks time :o( Along with the pentax (see other review) the canon power shot was a present to my partner from his Nan. However he had this camera long before I met him which is over 5 years ago now. He probably had it since the model came out as I can't see his camera fanatic grandparents buying anything other than the newest there is at the time. He actually dint use the camera much until he met me. I am one of those people that literally have to take photos of everything. I am actually ... Read the complete review
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