Canon PowerShot A560

Announced Feb 22, 2007 •
7 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 35 – 140 mm (4×)
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Nice Camera for beginers. Problems: 1. I use only NiMH accus AA. Information about low batteries is shown after about 50 pictures. But I made _next_ 550 pictures! On BRAND NEW GP, Sanyo or Energizer. You will never know when your accus are empty or not, what outside home can be very unpleasant. 2. Not working at all even on expensive accus which are in good condition. They MUST be in excellent condition - just brand new. Electronic construction is made only for batteries, which have higher ...

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firedog
 
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I got this for my parents to use, it was their first digital camera. Since I own a canon Digital Rebel I got them a canon. Doesn't take bad pictures, but not as good as my wifes Kodak 5mp. The video quality is amazing for a camera in this price range. But for $140 my parents are happy. I might pick one up for snap shots when I don't want carry my DSLR and lenses. Problems: It has a delay when taking pictures, and Auto mode uses too high of an ISO resulting in grainy pictures. But in ...

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Henrik T.
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Well.....the no manual settings for TV or AV.....sucks bigtime. The LCD is big, but has low resolution. Easy to use camera, with good video.

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mikeS
 
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Takes good pictures after figuring out all the symbols and menues. Was disapointed that I couldnt make LCD screen brighter for daylight shots. Much to difficult for me to see screen on normaI bright day.I was going to take it back for that reason. My grandson said he woulld like a camera. Now he has one. Only $175 and worth it if you dont mind the dim screen (outdoors only). I'll let the 10 yr old figure out the manual for himself. He likes puzzles. Problems: The battery door could be a lot ...

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