Canon PowerShot A610 Digital Camera reviews
Canon PowerShot A610
5megapixel sensor, 4x Optical Zoom, 2.0 inch vari-angle opening LCD display, 1cm macro mode, USB 2.0
Canon PowerShot A610 review from Steve's DigiCams"Canon has struck gold with this winning combination of high-quality and low price. The A610 offers users outstanding image quality with robust performance, all in a stylish and very durable package. With its wealth of exposure modes, your entire family will love using it, and with 5-megapixels of resolution you can create high-quality 13x19-inch or heavily cropped 8x10-inch prints."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-04. Read the full Steve's DigiCams - Canon PowerShot A610 Review
Canon PowerShot A610 review from CNET reviews"At 5 megapixels, the Canon PowerShot A610 doesn't have the pixel punch of the pricier Canon PowerShot A620, but that is where the difference ends. Just like its sibling, the PowerShot A610 packs a lot of muscle into its compact body. A 4X optical zoom, full manual controls, a long list of scene modes, and above-average performance and image quality make this camera a perfect match for snapshot photographers and enthusiasts who want it all for a competitive price."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-10. Read the full CNET reviews - Canon PowerShot A610 Review
Canon PowerShot A610 review from Bob Atkins"The new Canon Powershot A610 (released August 2005) is the successor to the popular A95, which was itself the successor to the A80. The "A" designation in these names refers to the fact that they use AA batteries rather than proprietary Li-ion cells, as are used in many other Canon digicams (e.g. the "SD" series)."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-18. Read the full Bob Atkins - Canon PowerShot A610 Review
Canon PowerShot A610 review from Imaging Resource"The PowerShot A610 sits at the top of Canon's A-series--a lineup distinguished by cameras that are fairly compact, relatively inexpensive and equipped with a robust set of exposure controls. The A610 is no exception: priced under $300, it has a 5.0-megapixel CCD--ideal for photographers who like especially large prints or who frequently crop their photos."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-12-16. Read the full Imaging Resource - Canon PowerShot A610 Review