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Canon PowerShot A510 Review -

Canon-Powershot-A510'Digital Camera Info' reviews the Canon PowerShot A510 Digital Camera and writes - 'The Canon PowerShot A510's small compact frame will greatly please the point-and-shoot user looking for an introductory camera that performs. The simple physical design comes equipped with a wide variety of manual control options - a surprising trait for a point-and-shoot camera which is currently available online for $179.95. Equipped with a 1/2.5 inch 3.2 MP CCD, the camera performs in line with the conventional Canon reputation. Unlike many PowerShot models before it, the A510 effectively suppresses noise in higher ISO ratings and works well in auto mode. The A510 is also quite flexible for an introductory digital camera, allowing for the application of external “slave” flash and conversion lens units. Still capture capabilities on the A510 greatly exceeded expectations, but unfortunately the video recording mode did not. Interested consumers will have to make the sacrifice. The A510 records full resolution video at 10 fps, which is a third of the rate needed for full, fluid motion, so you can imagine how choppy the final clip appears. With a slow shooting rate, users will also have to pick between quality and speed. The dismal shot to shot lag time is significant enough to be problematic for many shooting situations.'

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