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Ilse Jurriën : June 27th 2006 - 23:36 CET

Canon PowerShot A700 review at BDigitalCameras


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Digital Cameras BlogCanon PowerShot A700 at BDigitalCameras : Jacob Gower of the Digital Cameras Blog has reviewed the Canon A700 digital camera. The Canon PowerShot A700 features six Megapixel resolution together with a retractable 6x 35-210mm optical zoom lens (35mm equivalent). The Canon PowerShot A700 model incorporates 22 shooting modes from fully automatic to fully manual to achieve optimum results for any photographic application. The Canon A700 has many of the latest advances in Canon technology including the proprietary DIGIC II imaging processor. The processor enhances picture definition, vibrancy, and quality, while helping increase the speed of the cameras’ start-up, auto focus, shutter response, playback, and image processing speed.
Canon PowerShot A700 review at BDigitalCamerasCanon A700 - Menu & Operation
According to Jacob Gower: "I was actually quite impressed with the menu system on the Canon PowerShot A700. Too many times I will press a menu button on other devices, only to be bombarded with choices. Many times I don’t even know where to begin as the options presented do not seem to be what I am looking for at all. When I pressed the menu button on the Canon A700 though, I was immediately greeted with a few straight forward options like Red-Eye assist, Digital Zoom, the Date stamp, etc."

Canon PowerShot A700 digital camera - Video recording
Jacob continues: "The Canon PowerShot A700 includes this feature and the default setting on this camera gives you a 640×480 recording at 30 FPS. It does have the ability to shoot all the way up to 60 FPS for an even smoother video, but you have to chop the resolution down to 320×240. Unfortunately, you can’t move the optical zoom in and out while you’re shooting the video, but it does let you zoom in and out with the digital zoom. You want to learn more about the Canon PowerShot A700 digital camera? Follow the link below to read the Canon PowerShot A700 review at Digital Cameras Blog.

About Digital Cameras Blog
The Digital Cameras Blog is run by David Peralty and Jacob Gower. They wanted to create a digital camera blog that not only provided the latest news, but also provided reviews that a person with just average camera knowledge could understand. All reviews are broken down into several easy to understand sections so you the reader can better understand exactly what they are reading on. Digital Cameras Blog is part of the Bloggy Network, covering many different topics.





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