Canon PowerShot A420

Announced Feb 21, 2006 •
4 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 39 – 125 mm (3.2×)
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This my second 'A-400' series powershot - and I am think they are simply the best value for money cameras. The build & lens & features quality is the same as other cameras costing twice the price. It has an optical viewfinder which is still a necessity in bright daylight or if shooting at slow shutter speeds without flash. At ISO 64, 100 the detail is very good - noise is well controlled in shadows and human hair is only slightly smeary if you pixel peep at it. ISO 200 is noisy but just ...

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Canon image quality amazing continuous shoot (i tried over 40+ shoots at 4MP without stop) quick start up (1sec) excellent battery life (with NiMH AAx2) VGA video clip is good quality plastic body but not bad very good for the value ($120), won't break your heart if get scratched Problems: CONS little bit slow in flash recycle LCD is 77000 pixels only QVGA video clip quality is still lousy (common to Canon) no sound in video clips (go for A430 if you want to have it)

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Good enough for all beginners. Simple and have a clear result. But, sometimes there are some noises if we look into detailed result. Anyway, Canon Powershot A420 is a good first step to do our new hobby.

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Good enough for all beginners. Simple and have a clear result. But, sometimes there are some noises if we look into detailed result. Anyway, Canon Powershot A420 is a good first step to do our new hobby.

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