Canon PowerShot A710 IS
Released October, 2006
The Pros:Big LCD screen. Full manual control. Image stabilizer.
The Cons:Slow image processing after using flash. Battery and memory card are behind the same door.
Along with a 6x optical image stabilized zoom, the compact PowerShot A710 IS is packed with features that make it a worthy successor to the popular PowerShot A700 it replaces. Improvements include a 7.1-megapixel sensor and new photo effects that add to the already extensive creative possibilities.
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The PowerShot A710 IS maintains many of the features that made its predecessor so successful, including an extensive range of shooting modes, full manual control, VGA quality movie recording, ISO 800 shooting, and a 2.5-inch LCD screen.
The PowerShot A710 IS features:
6x optical zoom with optical image stabilizer
DIGIC II, iSAPS, 9-Point AiAF, FlexiZone AF/AE
Digital teleconverter and Safety Zoom
2.5-inch LCD with wide viewing angle and real-image optical viewfinder
20 shooting modes
User Reviews (2)
Slow image processing after using flash
Battery and memory card are behind the same door
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