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Canon A560 review at Steves Digicams
Ralf Jurrien : May 25th 2007 - 16:20 CET
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Steve's DigicamsCanon A560 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Canon PowerShot A560 camera. The Canon A560 camera is powered by DIGIC III, which introduces Face Detection Technology, automatic Red-Eye Correction in Playback and ISO 1600 to the PowerShot A-Series for the first time. The improved Face Detection system of the Canon PowerShot 560 uses new algorithms to detect faces further from the camera than ever before. Detecting up to nine faces, Face Detection AF/AE determines if a face is the main subject of the scene and sets the appropriate focus and exposure, if the flash is activated Face Detection FE sets the flash level so that the face is correctly exposed.

Canon PowerShot A560 - Zoom lens
According to Steve Digicams: "While most consumer cameras offer a 3x optical zoom, Canon includes a nice 4x lens on these models. This lens offers a broader field of view, adding much more versatility when composing your shots. While 1x doesn't seem like much, you'll notice that you'll be able to bring your distant subjects up closer and better fill the frame when shooting portraits. The 35mm-equivalent zoom range is approx. 35 - 140mm, favoring the telephoto end. I found there to be no problem providing an adequate field of view for interior group portraits or landscape shots."

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Canon A560 review conclusion - Steves Digicams
Steve continues: "Shooting performance was very robust, as long as you're not using the flash. From power up to first image was captured measured just 1.6 seconds, and waking the camera from sleep mode to image capture took less than a second. Shutter lag, the delay between depressing the shutter button and capturing an image, was less than 1/10 of a second when pre-focused, and only 2/10 - 3/10 of a second including auto focus. When using single drive mode to shoot a sequence of images, the shot to shot delay averaged approx. 1.4 seconds without the flash, but increases dramatically to between 4 - 6 seconds when using the flash, depending on subject distance and battery life. This is mainly due to the fact that this model uses AA type batteries." You want to learn more about the Canon PowerShot digital camera? Continue to read the Canon PowerShot A560 review at Steve's Digicams!

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Steve's Digicams was founded in the year 1997, by, indeed, Steve. Steve Sanders is well experienced in photography, 30 years, and wants to share this experience with everyone on the Internet. Steve's motto is: simplicity. The way the website is build makes it also possible for those who haven't got a fast connection to download the website very quickly. In the same way the reviews are being written. According to Steve, it should not be necessary to follow a course in photography to be able to understand a review. For this approach Steve is well known world wide and he is welcome to it by his many readers. Beside test reports Steve's site has various other items, like a forum, camera specifications, daily "breaking" news.

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