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Canon PowerShot A620 7.1MP CCD Silver

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Long product name Canon PowerShot A620 7.1MP CCD Silver :
The short editorial description of Canon PowerShot A620 7.1MP CCD Silver

Powershot A620 7.1MegaPixel 4x optical zoom DIGIC II VGA movies with sound USB2.0 PictBridge

Canon PowerShot A620 7.1MP CCD Silver:
The official marketing text of Canon PowerShot A620 7.1MP CCD Silver as supplied by the manufacturer
From day-to-day point-and-shoot to full creative control, the affordable 7.1 Megapixel PowerShot A620 is delightfully versatile. With features, resolution and power to make every shot a winner.

7.1 MP & 4x optical zoom
2.0" vari-angle LCD
20 shooting modes
VGA movies with sound
FlexiZone AF/AE, 9-point AiAF, 1cm Super Macro
Complete accessory range
Print/Share button and PictBridge
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed

7.1 Megapixel CCD sensor
The PowerShot A620's 7.1 Megapixel CCD sensor allows for superb quality photo prints with pin-sharp definition up to A3+. It provides more than enough detail for printing cropped images.

4x optical zoom
A bright 4x optical zoom produces high-contrast images. It combines with digital zoom for 16x magnification.

DIGIC II is like a powerful brain inside your camera. It links all the camera functions and processes shooting information at high speed for excellent responsiveness and extended battery life. iSAPS is a built in assistant that uses scene information to optimise camera settings even before the shot is taken.

Vari-angle LCD
The 2.0" vari-angle LCD screen twists in all directions. It is great for self portraits and for framing shots with the camera held at creative angles. Selectable grid lines help with composition and levelling horizons.

Shooting modes
20 shooting modes provide for full manual control and creative flexibility. 8 special scene modes include Night Snapshot, Kids & Pets, Indoor, Foliage, Snow, Beach, Fireworks and Underwater. My Colors allows in-camera colour effects to be applied in real time.

Movies with sound
Shoot extended high quality movies with sound. Different formats include fast frame mode at 60 fps (QVGA), standard mode at 30 fps (VGA) and compact email mode (QQVGA).

Super Macro and flexible focusing
Focus as close as 1cm from your subject with Super Macro. Rely on 9-point AiAF to keep even off-centre subjects sharply in focus, or use FlexiZone AF/AE to manually select focus points.

Optional accessories include a 40m depth waterproof case, 0.7x wide converter lens, 1.75x tele-converter lens and slave flash.

Direct printing
Connect to any PictBridge or Canon Direct Print compatible photo printer and push the Print/Share button for instant photolab quality prints. It can even print ID photos or Movie Prints when connected to a Canon SELPHY Compact Photo Printer.

USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed connects the PowerShot A620 to computers for fast uploads of stills and movies.

CANON iMAGE GATEWAY provides 100MB of web space for your own online photo gallery. A comprehensive software suite is included for browsing, editing, downloading and organising photos, movies and slide shows.
Short summary description Canon PowerShot A620 7.1MP CCD Silver:
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Canon PowerShot Powershot A620, 7.1 MP, CCD, 4x, 8.29 oz (235 g), Silver
Long summary description Canon PowerShot A620 7.1MP CCD Silver :

Canon PowerShot Powershot A620. Megapixel: 7.1 MP, Sensor type: CCD. Optical zoom: 4x, Digital zoom: 4x, Focal length range (f-f): 0.287 - 1.15" (7.3 - 29.2 mm). Maximum video resolution: 640 x 480 pixels. Display diagonal: 2". Internal memory: 32 MB. Viewfinder type: Optical. PictBridge. Weight: 8.29 oz (235 g). Color of product: Silver

This is an auto-generated long summary of Canon PowerShot A620 7.1MP CCD Silver based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.
Picture quality
Megapixel *
7.1 MP
Sensor type *
Supported aspect ratios
Lens system
Optical zoom *
Digital zoom *
Focal length range (f-f)
0.287 - 1.15" (7.3 - 29.2 mm)
Focus adjustment *
Auto Focus (AF) lock
Auto Focus (AF) assist beam
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity *
50, 100, 200, 400, Auto
Camera shutter type
Electronic, Mechanical
Flash modes *
Flash working distance
45cm - 4.2m (W) / 3m (T)
Video recording *
Maximum video resolution *
640 x 480 pixels
Video formats supported
Compatible memory cards *
Internal memory
32 MB
Display *
Display diagonal *
Display resolution (numeric)
Viewfinder type
Ports & interfaces
PictBridge *
I/O ports
USB 2.0 Mini-B, PTP A/V out (PAL/NTSC)
White balance *
Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Fluorescent, Tungsten
Scene modes *
Children, Fireworks, Landscape, Night landscape, Night portrait, Portrait, Underwater
Photo effects *
Black&White, Neutral, Sepia, Vivid
Self-timer delay *
2 s
Playback zoom (max)
Custom color
Battery technology *
Battery type
Color of product *
Operational conditions
Operating relative humidity (H-H)
10 - 90%
Recommended operating temperature range (T-T)
0 - 40 °C
Weight & dimensions
Width *
4.13" (104.8 mm)
Depth *
1.93" (49.1 mm)
Height *
2.6" (66 mm)
Weight *
8.29 oz (235 g)
Packaging content
Bundled software
ZoomBrowser EX (PhotoRecord) / ImageBrowser PhotoStitch, RemoteCapture TWAIN (Windows 98 / 2000), WIA (Windows Me) ArcSoft PhotoStudio
Other features
Video capability
Effective sensor resolution
7.1 pixels
USB 2.0
Lens focal range
Data compression
Superfine, Fine, Normal
Lens system
8 / 7
Built-in flash
Camera shutter speed
15 - 1/2,500
Compatible operating systems
Windows 98SE / Me / 2000 SP4 / XP / XP SP1-2 OS X v10.2 - 10.3
Digital SLR
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I wanted to check out the new 7.1-Megapixel Canon PowerShot A620 ever since it was released. Once I saw that I could get it for only $324, I immediately ordered it. I also got the 5-Megapixel Canon PowerShot A610 and reviewed it earlier. So is Canon A...
The Canon PowerShot A620 is a 7 megapixel digital camera with a 4x optical zoom lens and 2 inch LCD screen. The A620 replaces the slightly older and very popular PowerShot A95 in the Canon line-up. Under the surface, the Canon A620 uses the same adva...
Bottom line The Canon PowerShot A620 is another winner from Canon. 7 megapixels, 4x optical zoom lens, a fold-out, twisting LCD screen, the usual excellent Canon image quality and general quick responsiveness (thanks to the Digic II processor) make this a great a...
It was my parent?s anniversary last week and after hours of searching my wife and I decided to give them this Canon PowerShot A620...
Compact camera sales dominate the digital imaging market, appealing to a broad range of photographers, from those who want the simplest point-and-shoot, to enthusiasts who are after a pocketable alternative for when they cant carry their more serious...
Good Stylish looks and good build quality, Very large 3in screen, Touch-screen control, Built-in photo album...
Bad Soft in corners at open apertures, Higher price than rivals, Manual but no A or S priority, No on-screen grid option...
Bottom line Finding an overall winner is difficult as all four cameras had key things going for them, which could totally sway your opinion. That said a winner did emerge, but before announcing it, well round-up each camera in turn. Canons PowerShot A620 is a co...
The Canon A620 on first looks is like most other compacts in its range. Nothing visually striking, just clean and basic with minimal controls. Considering the wealth of features packed inside, this turns out to be something of a box of delights. The Fu...
Canon has always been a very good digital camera manufacturer and no doubt they continued that reputation when they designed the Canon PowerShot A620. This camera packs ease-of-use with lots of professional features all inside a lightweight case ma...
Good Great image quality, solid performance, lots of useful features, easy to use, excellent button layout and navigation...
Bad Not as fast as other cameras, flimsy covers for MMC/SD and multimedia hookups...
Bottom line Canon has always been a very good digital camera manufacturer and no doubt they continued that reputation when they designed the Canon PowerShot A620. This camera packs ease-of-use with lots of professional features all inside a lightweight case maki...
The Canon A620 is one very impressive camera. Not only does this camera offer great image quality in a compact size, it is also packed with manual controls and displays great battery life using AA batteries. The downsides of this camera are few and ce...
This is a 7.1 mega pixel offering with 4x optical zoom, however it is still small enough to fit in a pocket or bag.
It will probably not have escaped anyones notice that Canon has captured a large share of the market. The performances of its digital camera have definitely contributed to this. One innovation has followed the other and the speed with which Canon brin...
The compact and lightweight PowerShot A620 and A610 digital cameras feature a sleek new body design, 7.1 and 5.0 megapixel CCDs respectively, 4x optical zoom lens, Canon?s exclusive high-performance DIGIC II image processor and a 2.0-inch vari-angle co...
The Canon PowerShot A620 is the long-awaited update to the very popular PowerShot A95 (see our review). The 7.1 Megapixel A620 ($399), along with its 5.0 Megapixel sibling (the A610, $299) have a host of improvements over the A95, including: High...
The Canon PowerShot A620 is a member of Canon?s A-series, one of the most popular series of digital cameras. The A-series offers easy to use models with a significant amount of manual control. The 7.1 megapixel A620 stays true to its A-series roots wit...
The A620 has silver/champagne-coloured metallic areas on top of the body, part of the front, and on the back surface of the pivoting LCD monitor, while the rest of the body is composed of a matching colour plastic.
The PowerShot A620 isn’t one of Canon’s newest cameras. However, recently, I’ve seen this camera available for less than $300, making it a great value. It isn’t often that you find a 7-megapixel camera with a wide range of manual f...
In August 2005 Canon announced two new A series digital cameras, the five megapixel A610 and seven megapixel A620 on test here. Both cameras replace the long-running, and very popular A95, and join the A520 as affordable, well-specified compacts for t...
Good Good resolution, very clean results, Very natural color, Good edge-to-edge sharpness, Useful 35-140mm equiv. 4x zoom lens with decent F2.8-4.1 max aperture range, Reliable - and much faster - focus, Sophisticated and comprehensive range of features and co...
Bad Clipped highlights and occasional exposure problems in bright, contrasty conditions, Focusing at tele end in low light can hunt, Zoom is not very smooth - only 7 steps from wide to tele, No ISO button, Images slightly soft, but they sharpen up well in pos...
Bottom line The PowerShot A95 was one of the most successful 5MP compacts due to its compelling combination of features, image quality and value for money. But it was not a camera without problems - mainly performance and speed issues, most of which we - and all...
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