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Canon PowerShot A410 Digital Camera@DASHING THING REVIEW

05 Jul
Camera QuickLook
Review Date
11/16/2005
User Level
Novice
Product Uses
Family / Travel / Special Events
Digital Camera Design
Point-and-Shoot
Picture Quality
Good, 3.2-megapixel CCD
Print Sizes
Sharp 8x10s
Availability
Now
Suggested Retail Price
(At introduction)
$149

 

Introduction

built digital cameras from Canon, long a strong contender in both the film and digital camera markets. Canon is well-known for its high-quality optics, technical innovations, and aggressive product development. The 3.2-megapixel Canon A410 is the latest in Canon’s A Series (for AA battery models).

It replaces the A400 released earlier this year, bumping the optical zoom from 2.2x to 3.2x, limiting the model to one body style instead of four different color panels, adding a DIGIC II processor, improving battery life and Continous Shooting and Movide modes. There are smaller digicams but the A410 is ruggedly built and, at just $149, it makes Canon quality available for $30 less than its predecessor. Keep reading to find out more!

 

Camera Overview

Joining the PowerShot A-series lineup, the Canon PowerShot A410 resembles the preceding A400 model in appearance, trading the A400’s color panels for a stamped metal design and increasing optical zoom to 3.2x. But the real advances are internal. Canon’s proprietary DIGIC II imaging processor reduces power consumption by about 35 percent while enhancing image definition, color vibrancy and quality. Operations are quick, too, including startup, autofocus, shutter response, playback and USB transfer.

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