Review posted for Canon PowerShot A410|
(Friday, November 18, 2005 - 09:04 EST)
Featuring a 3.2-megapixel CCD, automatic exposure control with a wide range of preset shooting modes, and a real bargain price, the Canon PowerShot A410 does a great job of holding up that company's sterling reputation at the low end of their line.
Built on the same long-tested design as many A-series predecessors, the Canon A410 delivers a lot of features, great image quality, and tremendous value in a compact package designed for novices. We'd like to see it equipped with a (much) more accurate optical viewfinder, but other than that, what this camera does, it does very well. With an initial suggested retail price of just $149 (and widely available online for much less), the Canon A410 is an especially good bargain for an all-around consumer model.
Overall, a solid replacement for the previous A400 model, and one of the best cameras on the market in its price range: An absolute shoo-in for a Dave's Pick. Read our Canon PowerShot A410 review for all the details.