Sunday, May 10, 2009

Digital Camera Review - Canon PowerShot A590 IS

Canon PowerShot A590 IS Digital Camera ReviewCanon has broken the records of some of the path-breaking technology of grabbing moments in lens! You can now freeze every single moment of your life in the lens of exceptional digital camera - Canon PowerShot A590 IS. If you are looking for a digital camera, just do not forget to check out PowerShot A590 IS. With 8.0-mega pixels, a 4x optical zoom, an Optical Image Stabilizer and a large 2.5-inch LCD screen the Canon PowerShot A590 IS will surely prove its worth by the power-packed performance. Whether you are a professional or just an amateur Canon PowerShot A590 IS will quench your thirst of grabbing moments in lens. With a wide range of shooting modes - from manual to fully automatic, including Canon's new Easy Mode - this digital camera make picture-taking really an amazing experience. A DIGIC III Image Processor with Enhanced Canon Face Detection technique assures a more natural flavor in your resultant photographs. Canon PowerShot A590 IS is once again one of the best digital camera for take shots on move. Its "Motion Detection Technology" reduces the blur due to motion and just by attaching an added wide or telephoto converter lenses, you can let your creativity flow out in full swing!

Specific Features of Canon PowerShot A590 IS Digital Camera
  • 8.0 Megapixel
  • 4x Optical Zoom
  • 2.5" LCD Display
  • Optical Image Stabilization
  • High Sensitivity (ISO 1600)
  • Easy Mode
  • Fully manual to fully Automatic shooting modes
  • Face Detection & Motion Detection
  • In-Camera Red-Eye Correction
  • Adjustable flash light (high flash or low flash)
  • Powered By AA-size Batteries
This is really an exceptionally good digital camera, but not devoid of some disadvantages. The pros and cons of the Canon PowerShot A590 IS Digital Camera are listed below:

  • Easy to use
  • Excellent output quality, with good depth of field
  • Nice features
  • Easy setting modes
  • Lightweight and Portable
  • Bright LCD
  • Simple controls/menu
  • Durable
  • Good battery back-up
  • Low battery life
  • Complicated controls/menu
  • Flimsy Construction
  • Missing features/settings
  • Poor Low-Light Performance
  • The autofocus turns a bit soft at times.
  • The manual exposure settings plus the ability to switch between "Evalutive Metering" and "Spot Metering" at this price is a huge thing. Hence the quality of this particular feature cannot be guaranteed.

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