Canon PowerShot A410 Digital Camera reviews
Canon PowerShot A410
3.2 megapixel sensor, 3.2x Optical Zoom lens, 1.5 inch LCD, DIGIC II processor, 5 point Auto focusing system
Canon PowerShot A410 review from Digital Camera Resource Page"Photo quality on the A410 was very good. Images were well exposed with low noise and purple fringing and accurate color. Redeye was a bit of a problem, but not as bad as I was expecting. More less redeye the camera supports an external slave flash that attaches via the tripod mount. If you take a lot of long exposures the A410 isn't for you, as the slow shutter speed available is just one second. Same thing goes for movie mode lovers: movies are limited to 3 minutes of silent, choppy video."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-10-08. Read the full Digital Camera Resource Page - Canon PowerShot A410 Review
Canon PowerShot A410 review from Steve'ss DigiCams"Canon has done it again with yet another model that offers great image quality and performance, all with a very appealing price. We feel it is a perfect money saving replacement to all those disposable 35mm cameras. It is simple to use and still includes many features found on more expensive models. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-10-10. Read the full Steve'ss DigiCams - Canon PowerShot A410 Review
Canon PowerShot A410 review from Imaging Resource"The Canon PowerShot A410 is the latest in a long line of well-built digital cameras from Canon, long a strong contender in both the film and digital camera markets. Canon is well-known for its high-quality optics, technical innovations, and aggressive product development. The 3.2-megapixel Canon A410 is the latest in Canon's A Series (for AA battery models). "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-16. Read the full Imaging Resource - Canon PowerShot A410 Review
Canon PowerShot A410 review from Let's Go Digital"Canon A410 is a camera that ranks in the lower regions of the Canon digital camera assortment. The camera has been rewarded the title of entry-level model, a label that will without question appeal to a large group of consumers. The camera replaces the PowerShot A400 and introduces several improvements in the process. Among these we find a different design, a 3.2x optical zoom and the integration of the now well-known DIGIC II processor."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2006-02-07. Read the full Let's Go Digital - Canon PowerShot A410 Review