Canon PowerShot A630
Announced Aug 24, 2006 •
8 megapixels | 2.5″ screen | 35 – 140 mm (4×)
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I'm considering a used GF1 with a 14-45mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. Sometimes I need to take photos of insects and plant parts for identification, at ranges from 1-5 cm. Would the 14-45mm lens work for this, or would I need to get a different lens? Currently I use a Canon Powershot A630 for this, which has excellent close focus, but it's on its last legs. Thank you!!
I finally decided on a Canon powershot G1x mark2 to replace my well loved powershot A630. (I had my old A630 for 8 years and loved it because I could point and shoot anything in "auto mode" and it would rarely give me a blurry shot)....but finally the flash is having problems charging, so I started shopping for a new camera. I got G1x mark2 because it looked like it might be a good replacement for my A630 BUT.....I am completely frustrated and confused with the G1x mark2. It takes beautiful...
I need to replace a Canon PowerShot A620. It's beginning to come apart at the seams, and I figure new cameras probably have better image quality and features. I was originally looking to spend about $200, but now I'm thinking of either spending less on an ultracompact or more on "last year's" enthusiast compact. I have a very mild brand preference for Canon, but I won't let that prevent me from considering other options. Needs: Fits in my pocket. Let's define this as under 1.4" thick. Fits...