Full Review Update posted for Canon PowerShot A630|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Thursday, February 1, 2007 - 14:05 EST)
Like most Canon PowerShots, the A630 is well-built, the pictures are great, and the camera is just a pleasure to use.
The Canon PowerShot A630 continues in that tradition of dependability, sporting an 8.0-megapixel CCD, a very good quality 4x optical zoom lens, and a big 2.5 inch swiveling LCD screen. Sturdy of build, the Canon A630 offers everything from full automatic to full manual exposure control, with a healthy set of Scene modes thrown in to make it easy to bring back great-looking photos from what might otherwise be challenging situations.
The Canon A630 has a great movie mode, and its superb lens delivers excellent sharpness across the frame. Thanks to its high-speed DIGIC-II processing chip, the Canon A630 is also very responsive, and its movie capability is impressive as well.
Bottom line, like its brother the A640, the Canon A630 is a classic; just an excellent all-around digital camera. See the Canon A630 full review for more.