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Product Description • 2.7-inch TFT color LCD with wide-viewing angle monitor • 16.0 megapixel 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor • DIGIC 4 image processor for exceptional performance • 5x optical zoom with 28mm wide-angle lens delivers stunning images • Shoot brilliant 720p HD video with a dedicated movie button
Reviews Got this yesterday and like it, had Canon PowerShot A2300 IS 16.0 MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom (Black) before. Just to note, PowerShot A2500 is an entry-level pocket camera which is very similar to PowerShot A2300: 16megapixel 1/2.3" sensor, DiGiC 4 processor, and 5x zoom 28mm wide angle lens, 2.7" LCD. Even 720p HD video capabilities are the same.
Pros: 1. What really distinguishes it from its predecessor is Smart Auto Mode recognizing 32 shooting environments and adjusts settings for better quality. It automatically selects the best shooting settings for optimal quality based on the environmental factors (lightning I guess) to provide point'n'shoot simplicity. 2. 16.0 Megapixels, with loads of resolution pictures are still clear. High resolution is also good for producing biggest printouts. 3. 5x Optical Zoom is sufficient in most cases. 4. DIGIC 4 Image Processor. Not as fast as DIGIC 5 though fast and powerful enough to give you advanced system options, provide quick-shoot with reliable performance and low battery consumption. As far as I know DIGIC 4 is currently Canon's most efficient processor for budget cameras. BTW it has some Eco mode, that is said to be providing even faster warm-up times and saves the standard battery, but I haven't tested it yet. 5. Very lightweight, just put it into your pocket, can take it everywhere. 6. Price tag - $99. You can't get any better camera for the price.
Cons: 1. Like A2300 it lacks optical image stabilization, though it's got digital image stabilization. 2. 1/2.3" sensor. Well, entry level CCD providing good pictures, not of a DSLR quality, that's all I can say.
Summary: Sure this is not the best camera in the world. I definitely knew it when I bought the camera. BUT, I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of pictures I shot.
If you're like me (not a pro) and looking for a budget point-and-shoot camera taking family photos and events, mostly shoot in daylight or good lighting, I'd definitely recommend it, taking into account its price tag of $99 - just about right.
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Published on Jul 11, 2013
Product Description • 2.7-inch TFT color LCD with wide-viewing angle monitor • 16.0 megapixel 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor • DIGIC 4 image process...