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Canon PowerShot A620 review at Photoxels
Dennis Hissink : January 11th 2006 - 18:10 CET
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PhotoxelsCanon PowerShot A620 review at Photoxels : DIWA member Yin Wong from Photoxels has reviewed the Canon PowerShot A620. With 7.1 Megapixels, the Canon A620 incorporates a host of high-end features normally reserved for G-series PowerShots and allows substantial cropping without loss of print quality. DIGIC II processors drive a fast, responsive performance, and, in combination with the cameras' 4x optical zoom lens, deliver superior image quality. A wide range of manual, automatic and special scene modes offer flexibility, creative control, and simplicity when required. The Canon PowerShot A620 digital camera also features a 2.0 inch vari-angle LCD, My Colors, and a macro mode that allows photographers to get as close as 1 cm.
Canon PowerShot A620 review at PhotoxelsCanon A620 - Noise and Auto focus
According to Yin Wong: "We find the overall image quality of the Canon PowerShot A620 to be excellent, with excellent image detail and low noise at ISO 50. If you find that the Canon A620 is selecting to focus on a different part of your macro subject than what you intended, we suggest that you turn AiAF off and use the center AF frame to ensure focus locks in the center of the frame. AF locks precisely and fast, even in low-light (using the AF-assist Illuminator). I used the AF FlexiZone to move the AF Frame to the eye."

Canon PowerShot A620 digital camera - Shutter and Macro
Yin Wong continues: "The Canon A620 allows the use of a long shutter speed of up to 15 sec. but only in Shutter Priority (Tv) and Manual (M) modes. This allows you to take some very nice night shots. Generally, with CCD image sensors, noise usually becomes more prominent at slow shutter speeds. The Canon A620 has special noise reduction (NR) algorithms that automatically kicks in at shutter speeds slower than 1.3 sec. and you'll notice a slightly longer processing time before the next picture can be taken. You can also indicate that you want the light meter to take its reading at that AF Frame point. I find this very helpful in macro photography and whenever the subject is off-center." You want to learn more about the Canon PowerShot camera? Continue to read the Canon PowerShot A620 review at Photoxels.

About Photoxels
Photoxels was founded in 2002 by MyKhanh Wong (Owner, Editor) and Yin Wong (Contributing Editor), the editors behind Photoxels. In 2001, we went on the Web to learn about digital cameras like everyone else. But it seems that the more we read about digital cameras, the more reviews we scrutinized, and the more we searched... the more confused we became. If we were somewhat confused about which digital cameras to buy before visiting the digital camera review sites, we became even more confused after reading most of the (very) technical reviews. Slowly, one article and one review at a time, we pieced together what were really important to know about digital cameras and clarified many of the digital photography-related terminology. We decided to share what we learned on the Internet, and Photoxels was born.

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