Canon PowerShot A620 Digital Camera
Price Range:$629.99 to $652.87
The Canon PowerShot A620 incorporates some of the best high-end camera features into a body that’s compact and a joy to use. The 7.1... Read More
The Canon PowerShot A620 incorporates some of the best high-end camera features into a body that’s compact and a joy to use. The 7.1 megapixel camera features a two-inch vari-angle LCD screen that can be turned and twisted in a variety of ways, making photo-taking a breeze – especially self portraits. The Canon PowerShot A620 also uses Canon’s DIGIC II image processor, leading to the ultimate in image quality. With a versatile 4x zoom lens, full manual and automatic modes, and a handy movie mode, there’s nothing this little camera isn’t good for. Minimize
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Sep 25, 2005
Canon Powershot A620 Digital Camera G-series performance at an A-series price
Pros: Larger LCD screen, 7 megapixels, 4X optical zoom, full manual controls, and AA batteries
Cons: Some minor chromatic aberration (purple fringing) and very high noise levels at ISO 400
The A620 is a worthy successor to the A95 and A520 Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 12, 2005
A gift from me to you...
Pros: Compact, light weight, lots of features, reliable, great picture quality, and huge resolution.
Cons: None so far...
One of the better compact digital cameras... Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 12, 2005
Canon PowerShot A620 7.1-Megapixel Digital Camera - Fast, Pleasing Photos, But Flimsy
Pros: High resolution, sharp photos with pleasing colors, features, battery life, LCD
Cons: Flimsy, noise at ISO 400, uses 4 AA batteries, price
I have to say that the build quality of the A620 is too flimsy for such an expensive camera. But if you do not abuse it, it will probably... Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 30, 2006
The Canon A620 - Can this be the perfect digital camera?
Pros: Amazing photo quality, 20 shooting modes, Great zoom, Sharp LCD screen, AVI Video Recording
Cons: Low battery life using regular alkaline batteries,
The Canon A620 is perfect for anyone! It's advanced features are great for photo enthusiasts yet the simplicity of the camera will let anyone enjoy it. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 12, 2007
Pros: Excellent quality shots, excellent battery life, movable viewfinder, excellent manual settings
Cons: size, weight, quick but not instant photo taking
Excellent photos, lots of flexibility with options, overall wonderful camera Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 16, 2007
We love our camera!
Pros: Great pictures Easy to use basic features Lots of settings and possibility for additional lenses
Cons: not sure how well the lens cap and swinging display will last
It is easy to use and carry, has powerful features, and most important, great picture quality. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 8, 2005
Excellent photos, very versatile camera
Pros: Excellent Picture Quality Focussing good and relatively fast Automatic settings good Fast power-up
Cons: Indoor low light performance Flimsy door on USB connector
Buy this for superb photos, particularly outdoor - makes my Kodak 6440 look like a toy. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 16, 2006
Fun to use and great pictures
Pros: Photo quality, ease of use, good battery life.
Cons: Only thing I can think of is the price.
If you're looking for an easy to use camera that takes great shots, then look at this one...you won't be dissappointed. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 12, 2006
Canon Powershot A620 camera
Pros: SD/Multimedia Card, USB 2.0, DIGIC II image processor, "AA" standard batteries.
Cons: Digital, DC IN, and A/V OUT door is flimsy. No battery life indicator.
This is a terrific camera. You really get a lot of bang for the buck. You get some SLR features in a fairly small camera. Canon has done it again. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 28, 2006
Pros: Terrific macro and zoom functions. It has a 'quality feel' to it. Takes AA batteries.
Cons: USB connection cover has flimsy attachment; cover for the card seems only slightly better.
I would definitely recommend purchasing this for the photo quality, features available and price. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 28, 2008
A lot of camera
Pros: Very sophisticated complex instrument that is relatively easy to use.
Cons: Transport sound mars AVIs. Autofocus is an occasional problem. Eyepiece viewer accuracy only fair.
A solid fully featured camera. This one is for someone above the "casual" stage who wants portability and convenience combined with high quality Read More at Epinions.com