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Canon PowerShot A570IS review
Dennis Hissink : May 15th 2007 - 22:10 CETupdated
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CanonCanon PowerShot A570IS review : Last year's Canon PowerShot A710 IS was the first digital compact camera in Canon's A-series equipped with optical image stabilization. Now there's the Canon PowerShot A570 IS; a 7,1 Megapixel camera with a 4x optical zoom, an image stabilizer, DIGIC III processor, face detection, an ISO speed up to 1600 and a 2,5-inch LCD monitor. The Canon A570 IS' features are impressive, especially for a camera in the novice class, for which the Canon A-series cameras are known. The Canon PowerShot A570 IS has a uniquely large selection of functions and setup possibilities for this class. Although the A570 IS does not have a large optical range, the optical stabilization application is a great advantage.

Canon PowerShot A570IS Review
The range is equivalent to a compact camera's 35-140mm, which is a good range for landscapes, portraits and everything in between. Possibly Canon may integrate a wide-angle lens in the next generation of cameras, which leaves something to be desired. However, a wide-angle or a telephoto range can be achieved by attaching optional camera converters. That this is possible with a camera in this class is certainly a luxury.

Canon DIGIC 3 processor
Another remarkable improvement is the integration of the new DIGIC III processor, which enables the improved face detection and advanced noise reduction technologies. By applying new algorithms, faces can be detected at a greater distance. DIGIC III also allows for a high ISO speed, up to 1600. This is a first in the Canon PowerShot A-series. The images are shown on the large 2.5-inch LCD screen, which can unfortunately no longer be tilted or rotated. The need for a movable monitor is no longer necessary now that the screen is larger, although this is a feature valued by photographers, and which they would prefer not to do without.

Canon PowerShot A570

SanDisk Extreme III Flash Memory
The Canon PowerShot A570 IS digital compact camera can shoot images at a speed of approximately 1.7 frames per second. This is remarkable for a camera that is not extraordinarily fast, although we cannot classify it as a camera meant exclusively for action photography. You don't need a super-fast memory card, such as SanDisk's Extreme III. An Ultra II SD card will suffice and results in continual shooting until the card is full. With a standard card there is a chance that your data will not record as easily, so I would recommend an average speed memory card.

Canon PowerShot A570IS Test
PowerShot A-series is a unique series on the current digital camera market. Although they are novice level cameras, their functions and features make them appealing for daily use consumers as well as experienced photographers. This means that the Canon PowerShot A570 IS leans towards the PowerShot G-series. We have tested the Canon A570IS digital camera for some time. Our findings can be read in the next Canon PowerShot A570 IS digital camera review.

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