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Canon review : PowerShot A2100 IS
Dennis Hissink : August 11th 2009 - 08:45 CET
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CanonCanon PowerShot A2100 IS test : Because of its predecessor, the A2000IS, the fate of the Canon PowerShot A2100IS digital camera had already been sealed: it would no longer provide the A/S mode (Aperture/Shutter priority) for the creative hobby photographer. An enhanced automation took its place, which is perhaps more suitable for the target group the PowerShot A-series aims at. The Canon PowerShot A2100 IS digital camera went one step higher up the Megapixel ladder, now featuring a 12 Megapixel CCD image sensor.

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Canon review : PowerShot A2100 IS digital camera
The Canon PowerShot A2100 IS camera has the same measurements and weight as its predecessor. A handy format to carry with you at all times, also thanks to its reasonable weight, even though it is not ultra-light. The plastic material of the housing feels rough, and that is why the camera still feels safe in your hand despite the lack of a real handgrip. The design of the Canon A2100IS compact camera is quite traditional with straight lines and softly curved corners. Several generations ago, the A-series still contained an actual handgrip, which made its appearance less compact. As for hand-fit, I prefer the older generation, which is by no means intended to diminish the A2100IS; it is just that the older design provided that little extra stability.

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Canon PowerShot A2100 IS review - Camera operation
The operation of a compact camera should first and foremost be simple. As a user, you should be able to start photographing right away, without having to reach for the manual. In short; the Canon PowerShot A2100IS offers just that! The convenient green button is available; just activate the camera, point and shoot, and that's it. Luckily, the Canon A2100 IS camera has more to offer, even for the genuine amateur photographer.

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Canon PowerShot review including a DIWA Labs test
We used the Canon A2100 IS camera for a short while. In addition to extensive technical DIWA tests, we also frequently used the Canon PowerShot A2100 IS in practical situations in order to obtain the ideal combination of testing in lab circumstances and in every-day situations. Our findings can be read in the following Canon PowerShot review.
   Canon PowerShot A2100IS review
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