Canon PowerShot A620
Review Date: January 11th 2006
The Canon PowerShot A620 is a 7 megapixel digital camera with a 4x optical zoom lens and 2 inch LCD screen. The A620 replaces the slightly older and very popular PowerShot A95 in the Canon line-up. Under the surface, the Canon A620 uses the same advanced DIGIC II processor for fast performance and image processing as the company's digital SLR cameras. The LCD screen is a vari-angle model which twists in all directions. There are 8 different scene modes on offer for beginners and more advanced Manual, Shutter-Priority and Aperture-Priority modes for those who desire greater control. VGA movies at 30fps, a My Colors mode that allows special in-camera colour effects, 1cm Super Macro mode and PictBridge and USB 2 support complete the specification. The Canon PowerShot A620 offers a lot of features that will suit different ability levels, but is it as good as the specification suggests? Read my extensive review to find out.
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