Canon Powershot A620 Reviews
Product Type: Canon digital cameras
Description:Model ID 0321B007AA / Canon PowerShot A620 - Digital camera - 7.1 Mpix - optical zoom: 4 x - supported memory: MMC, SD / You've never seen anything quite like the PowerShot A620. Loaded with features, this high-performance camera has a 7.1 Megapixel CCD to give you magnificent ... more
Canon Powershot A620 ... pictures at a price that will amaze you. And it's easy to use. Everything about this superb camera has been designed for your picture-taking pleasure. And that makes it fun!
The PowerShot A620 has 7.1 Megapixels that let you shoot with amazing precision. The crisp detail and brilliant true-to-life color is simply amazing. But it's only the beginning, because these high-quality images have the resolution you need to create the larger prints you've always wanted. Plus, the longer, retractable 4x Optical Zoom lens lets you get in close to intimately capture life's small, magical moments.
The PowerShot A620 has a big 2.0-inch LCD screen with an astonishing 115,000 pixels of resolution. So whether you're setting up your shot or playing it back, everything is bright and clear. The vari-angle design lets you swivel the LCD screen 180° to the front of the camera and display either a mirror image or a non-reversed image so you can shoot from just about any position.
The PowerShot A620's cleanly integrated grip gives you a comfortable, steady hold. And you can count on exact focus no matter where your subject is in the frame. Plus, you've also got Special Scene Mode that gives you breathtaking, exhilarating pictures even when shooting conditions are tough.
The PowerShot A620 is powered by Canon's DIGIC II Image Processor. Designed to improve processing speed and image quality, DIGIC II provides markedly faster camera startup, autofocus and playback, plus it assures that every image is more colorfully vibrant.
Now A620 enables you to record QVGA (320 x 240), 60 fps movies up to 1 minute. PowerShot A620 also supports the USB 2.0 Hi-Speed standard, so you'll enjoy the highest possible data transfer speeds when using a USB 2.0 compatible computer. The camera's performance level is high enough to take full advantage of super-high-speed SD memory cards as well.
The PowerShot A620's Print/Share button makes direct printing easier than ever. Simply connect the A620 to any PictBridge compatible photo printer, press the lighted Print/Share button and print! Also use the Print/Share button to transfer images directly to a computer.
Newest Review: ... that's for sure. The buttons on the back of the camera are a pretty standard Canon setup - very easy to use, clear ... more
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Customer Canon Powershot A620 Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
When we were burgled my camera was taken so I had the chance of going out and buying a new one. I looked at many different models in the shops, and then came across the Canon Powershot A620. What first attracted me to this camera was the size of it - it was small enough to put in your bag, but it had enough substance to actually grip. It is shaped so that your hand has something to hold. The camera is 7.1 mega pixels and in my opinion takes fantastic photos for that. Certainly more than enough pixels for anything I will ever do, that's for sure. The buttons on the back of the camera are a pretty standard Canon setup - very easy to use, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/06 (Somewhat useful, 77 readings)
This is a very very good camera, the price for what you get is incredible, a 7.1 mega pixel camera with 4X optical zoom for around 200 pounds is a bargain. The rotating screen is great, allows for easy self portraits and sneaky shots over a wall or round a corner, however, the screen is a little small. The main problem I would say this camera has is that it doesnt feel very sturdy, it feels plastic, cheap and a bit fragile although this does make it quite light so I suppose its down to personal oppinion. I find that even though it is not huge its just too big to fit in a jacket pocket without it digging into your ribs. All in ... Read the complete review