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Canon Powershot A410 review

Average user rating: 76%

Brand Canon
Type Powershot A410
Resolution 3.40 Mpixel
Maximum resolution 2048x1536 pixels
Optical zoom Yes
LCD screen size 1.5-inch
Video function Yes
Dimensions 103x52x40

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Canon Powershot A410 Reviews from camera owners

Mikey Mustard - United Kingdom
September 21st 2005 - 20:20 GMT

I felt I had to respond to Victor's review: having no aperture/shutter priority is not a bad thing for a starters camera, neither is not having a histogram or a zoom starting at 41mm - I think 35mm is a completely pointless focal length, not wide enough to be of any use, 41mm is around the "standard" prime lens before we enjoyed the luxury of zooms. The ease of use of this camera is it's best bit - you turn it on and take a picture. It's focusing is fast and accurate, making no manual focus less of an issue, and it's shutter response is reasonably quick for a compact in this range. Pictures are well exposed and colours are accurate & natural. Conclusion: a great camera for technophobes and digital virgins.

personal rating: 95%

Victor - United States
September 13th 2005 - 10:40 GMT

Good: fast playback, fast focusing, fast response to shutter release, VGA video, great UI, almost no reading of the manual needed. Bad: no aperture priority, no time priority, no manual focus, supermacro focus seems faulty, in playback does not show histogramm, aperture or exposure, focal distance starts at 41mm (most cameras in its class start at 35mm)

personal rating: 80%

Gesa - Germany
March 17th 2006 - 21:00 GMT

I bought the Canon Powershot A410 camera about two months ago and can only agree to the review that is given here, I was really amazed at the really good results it produces. It is a very fast camera compared to the usual slowness of Canon digital cameras! The Powershot S 60 is really slow! If you want to take a snapshot, this is it! There are a few things I don't appreciate as the zoom which only starts at 41mm, the LCD monitor is a bit small. But most important is the quality of the photos and that is excellent for a really low price!

personal rating: 80%

Angela Larose - Canada
July 31st 2006 - 16:00 GMT

The Canon PowerShot A410 is a great camera....sufficient for all needs of the everyday photographers. That is... until it breaks. These cameras have a horrible reputation for 'lens errors'. It happens to tons of these cameras, for no reason. It is a design flaw (which canon will not admit). Please, do not buy this camera, buy instead another camera that does not have a design flaw. Mine broke, so basically I wasted 200$. this is a warning... when you buy this camera you risk it.

personal rating: 50%

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