Canon PowerShot A510 Digital Camera reviews
Canon PowerShot A510
3.2 megapixel camera with a 4x Optical zoom and 20 shooting modes
Canon PowerShot A510 review from Steve's DigiCams"There's a lot to like about the Canon PowerShot A510. With automatic and scene modes for the beginner, and manual, shutter-priority and aperture-priority modes for the advanced user, it has appealing features for every member of your family. It is small and light enough that you'll want to have it with you all the time, never missing a photo op. The A510's image quality is excellent, with sufficient resolution for 8x10-inch prints. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-03-09. Read the full Steve's DigiCams - Canon PowerShot A510 Review
Canon PowerShot A510 review from Digital Camera Resource Page"Two of the hottest digital cameras of 2004 were the Canon PowerShot A75 and A85. Both were superior to the competition thanks to their picture quality, full manual controls, and expandability. For 2005 Canon has gone even further with their replacements, the A510 ($199) and A520 ($299). Instead of slapping new model numbers on the same old thing, Canon reinvented the A75 and A85 with some great new features"
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-02-23. Read the full Digital Camera Resource Page - Canon PowerShot A510 Review
Canon PowerShot A510 review from Digital Camera Info"The Canon PowerShot A510's small compact frame will greatly please the point-and-shoot user looking for an introductory camera with solid performance. The simple physical design comes equipped with a wide variety of manual control options - a surprising trait for a point-and-shoot camera which is currently available online for $179.95. Equipped with a 1/2.5 inch 3.2 MP CCD, the camera performs in line with the conventional Canon reputation."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-02-26. Read the full Digital Camera Info - Canon PowerShot A510 Review
Canon PowerShot A510 review from PC Magazine"The 3.2-megapixel Canon PowerShot A510, which was released in tandem with the 4MP PowerShot A520, is a replacement for the PowerShot A75. It is smaller and lighter than its predecessor, and is identical to the A520 except for its smaller image sensor. Overall, the picture quality is good, but the camera suffers from some of the same flaws as its higher-resolution sibling, especially in the speed department. But the A510 offers excellent flexibility and control for a modest price, making it a good value for those who don't need a whole lot of extra pixels."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-27. Read the full PC Magazine - Canon PowerShot A510 Review
Canon PowerShot A510 review from DP Review"the PowerShot A510 is the replacement for the PowerShot A75, and continues the line of best-selling budget models that goes right back to early 2001 with the A10 and A20. The changes are evolutionary rather than revolutionary; a reduction in size and weight (it's 13% smaller and 20% lighter), the inclusion of a new four times optical zoom lens (the A85 had a three times), zoom-linked flash, a shift from CompactFlash to SD card for storage and a drop to two AA batteries from four. "
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-04-29. Read the full DP Review - Canon PowerShot A510 Review
Canon PowerShot A510 review from Megapixel"The A510's body design, and its ergonomics, are the product of a number of years of cumulative refinements. The A510/520 body is more compact, more stylized, and even easier to use than recent cameras in this line such as the A95 and A85. The optical viewfinder is placed closer to the left side of the body, making it easier to use, and the controls, including the Mode dial with its well-defined positions, are better than those of previous A-series cameras."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-06-03. Read the full Megapixel - Canon PowerShot A510 Review
Canon PowerShot A510 review from CNET Reviews"Sometimes less is more. Although priced $50 less and offering 800,000 fewer pixels, this junior version of the Canon PowerShot A520 produced better image quality and superior performance. A replacement for the popular PowerShot A75, it is smaller and lighter than its predecessor. It's also a veritable bargain, with plenty of automation for beginners and a full complement of manual controls for photo enthusiasts looking for a casual camera to supplement, say, their digital SLR."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-06-22. Read the full CNET Reviews - Canon PowerShot A510 Review