Canon PowerShot A810

Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
jayupark
 

For a $30 camera it's wonderful. I agree that it has ALOT of noise. It's slower than a DSLR, but what do you expect?  IT'S NOT A DSLR! I love the fact that it takes AA Batteries, it makes it a very good backup camera (because the quality still kicks the butt of 90+% of cell phone cameras (Android/Iphone) out there today, and you won't find yourself looking for a charger ever hour or so then worry about missing calls/txt/ktalk/email/etc). I would give it 3 stars for overall performance/picture ...

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A step back compared to the A1200. Very slow continuous shooting. Very slow focus. AF-assist light is shining in the side. Chromatic aberration more than the A1200. But the biggest problem is noise. A lot of them and they are different. In addition there are small and large. Problems: Noise, noise, noise...

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dinkopinko
 

Very easy to use on travel camera with great functions. All I can say it is perfect for everything, but do not expect D-SLR quality. Problems: No problems. look here: http://christopherweigl.wordpress.com/2012/04/11/canon-a810-review/

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Overall a very good compact camera, very good anti blur features built in a good variation of preset modes, Macro mode very good for a compact camera, Very easy to use, ideal for the novice/beginer. Problems: Low light can be a problem, build quality is a little plasticy.

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