Full Review posted for Canon PowerShot A570 IS|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Tuesday, May 29, 2007 - 18:01 EDT)
The Canon A570 IS stands out for its usable ISO as high as 1600 and excellent image stabilization so useful you'll always want it active.
Considering you get that for just $50 over the price of the quite similar A560, it's a bargain, too. Digital zoom was a bit of a disappointment on this 7.1-Mp digital camera, but otherwise the DIGIC III image processor provided above average performance yielding some wonderfully natural shots in a variety of settings.
From the optical viewfinder to the manual modes, whenever we looked for a feature a photographer would appreciate, we found it on the Canon A570 IS. There isn't the huge LCD (with no room for a viewfinder) or extravagant zoom range (with big compromises in optical quality) or any of the frills (frames, in-camera presentations) of many less capable digicams. But if you want a compact digicam that can take pictures like a real camera, you won't go wrong with this solid player: It was an easy Dave's Pick.