Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Canon PowerShot A620 Review

In August 2005 Canon announced two new A series digital cameras, the five megapixel A610 and seven megapixel A620 on test here. Both cameras replace the long-running, and very popular A95, and join the A520 as affordable, well-specified compacts for the enthusiast user on a budget. The A620 certainly looks promising on paper; newly kitted out with the fast DIGIC II processor and a 2.0-inch vari-angle LCD, it has a wealth of shooting options and 4x optical zoom.

  • 7.2 million pixel CCD
  • 35-140mm (equiv.) 4x zoom lens
  • DIGIC II processor
  • Full photographic control
  • 2.0-inch vari-angle LCD
  • 20 shooting modes
  • 1cm macro mode
  • Optional wide and tele converter lenses

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