Canon PowerShot A560

$400.00 Released March, 2007

Product Shot 1The Canon PowerShot A560 is a budget compact digital camera released in 2007 as an upgrade from the lower-end A550. It maintains its predecessor’s 7MP sensor and 4x optical zoom, but adds along a larger 2.5” TFT LCD display, a higher maximum ISO, and an upgraded Digic III processor chip.

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Included is an optical viewfinder for shooting in dim-lit conditions; VGA movie recording at 30fps, and a high-speed QVGA recording mode at 60fps. It also hosts automatic face detection technology, but its buried deep in the unit’s menu system. Unfortunately, it relies on AA batteries, which are cheap, but not nearly as efficient as an integrated Lithium-ion rechargeable battery.


  • Budget Compact Digital Camera
  • TFT LCD Display
  • Digic III Processor
  • Optical Viewfinder
  • VGA Video Capture
  • Face Detection
  • AA Batteries


  • Type: 7.1MP, 1/2.5” CCD
  • Digital Zoom: 4x
  • Optical Zoom: 4x
  • Display: 2.5” TFT Color
  • Shutter Speed: 15-1/2000 Seconds
  • Interface: USB 2.0
  • Video Out: NTSCL/PAL
  • Audio Out: Monaural
  • Expansion: SD/SDHC, MMC
  • ISO: Up to 1600
  • Battery: AA x2
  • Formats: JPEG, AVI, WAVE
  • Still Resolution: Up to 3072x2304
  • Video Resolution: Up to 640x480 @ 30fps; QVGA @ 30fps

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