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Canon Powershot A410 3.2MP Digital Camera with 3.2x Optical Zoom (OLD MODEL)

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  • 3.2-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 10 x 14-inch prints
  • 3.2x optical zoom; lightweight, compact body
  • Fast autofocus and 14 shooting modes, including Special Scene Mode
  • DIG!C II Image Processor for faster processing, vibrant colors, and excellent image quality
  • Powered by 2 AA-size batteries; stores images on SD memory cards (256 MB card included)
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Optical Zoom 3.2 multiplier x 18 multiplier x 16 multiplier x 5 multiplier x
Viewfinder Optical None None Optical (tunnel)
Max Resolution 3.2 16 16 16
Video Capture Resolution 640 x 480 / 10 fps, 320 x 240 / 20 fps, 160 x 120 / 15 fps, max 3 min 1920 x 1280 (30fps), 1280 x 720 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps) 1280 x 720 (30, 25 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps) 1280 x 720 (25 fps) 640 x 480 (30 fps)
Image Stabilization None Optical Optical None
Battery Description AA (2) batteries (NiMH recommended) Rechargeable Li-ion Battery NB-6LH 2 x AA batteries 2 x AA batteries
Display Size 1.5 inches 3 inches 3 inches 2.7 inches
Flash Memory SD/MMC card SD/SDHC/SDXC SD/SDHC/SDXC SD/SDHC/SDXC
Dimensions 2.05 inches x 4.06 inches x 1.57 inches 2.4 inches x 4.09 inches x 1.02 inches 2.87 inches x 4.37 inches x 1.73 inches 2.44 inches x 3.74 inches x 1.18 inches
Optical Sensor Resolution 3.2 megapixels 16 megapixels 16 megapixels 16 megapixels
Optical Sensor Technology Information not Provided CMOS CCD CCD
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Product Description

MD) CL) CAN0N A410 POWERSHOT DIG CAM

From the Manufacturer

Canon, a leader in photographic and imaging technology, today releases the PowerShot range-opening 3.2-megapixel PowerShot A410. Replacing the popular PowerShot A400, the PowerShot A410 has a bold new design and incorporates improved operability and performance through DIGIC II processing, and a 3.2x optical zoom with maximum aperture of f2.8-f5.1. It is housed in a smaller, more compact and robust body.

Featuring 5-point AiAF auto focus and a range of shooting modes, the A410's ease of use makes it the ideal camera for those making the change to digital.

DIGIC II power
In a leap up from the PowerShot A400, the PowerShot A410 now includes Canon's renowned DIGIC II processing--the same technology found in Canon's EOS-1 professional range digital SLR cameras. The DIGIC II processor integrates all image processing algorithms onto a single chip to deliver fast write times, minimal shutter lag, optimal image definition and consistently precise and natural color reproduction. Camera start up and response times for image review are significantly improved. Introduction of DIGIC II also accounts for an up to 40% improvement in auto focus times, and smooth continuous shooting at a highly impressive 2.5 frames per second.

Simply better
While being smaller and more robust, the A410 has a longer optical zoom of 3.2 x (41-131mm equivalent) allowing the user extra reach. The increased maximum aperture provides more options when shooting in low light. 5-point AiAF auto focus analyses the composition of the shot and focuses the camera accordingly, keeping even off-center subjects sharply in focus. Super Macro mode allows focus on subjects as close as 1.5 centimeters from the lens.

Users can take photographs using the optical viewfinder or the 1.5-inch LCD monitor. The monitor is adjustable up to 15 levels of brightness, and the user interface has been improved to make the camera even more simple to use. 22 language settings can be displayed.

To take full advantage of the camera's zoom range, the A410's flash has been repositioned, ensuring that there are no dark shadows in images when they are recorded with the lens fully extended. The flash covers a range of up to 3 meters.

Camera modes
The A410 has 14 shooting modes to select from, including 8 pre-set Special Scene modes to help achieve great results in tricky lighting conditions. These modes include Portrait, Night Snapshot, Kids and Pets, Indoor, Foliage, Beach, Snow, and Fireworks. To assist photographers with composition, a gridline display can be selected, which helps with framing shots and keeping horizons level. The addition of My Colors allows the operator to use enhanced, in-camera digital effects, such as Color Swap, while shooting. Previously, this level of image enhancement was only possible after downloading to a PC, and using specialised software.

The A410 also allows users to capture high quality movie clips. It supports VGA (640 x 480) and QVGA (320 x 240) quality at 10 and 20 frames per second respectively. Up to 3 minutes of footage can be captured. A Compact Mode is provided for producing clips suitable for e-mail without the problem of unwieldy file sizes.

Direct printing
At 3.2 megapixels, the A410 can print photo quality images up to A4 size. When used in combination with Canon's new Compact Photo Printer Selphy CP510 and Canon's Ink and Paper Set (KP-108IP), prints can be produced very inexpensively. Printing via Selphy CP Compact Photo Printers also allows the user to print handy ID Photo prints and movie prints.

When connected to the latest range of PictBridge compatible PIXMA printers, image enhancement is possible with functions including Noise Reduction and Vivid Photo as well as the new Face Brightener feature.

Printing of images without having to connect to a PC is also made simpler via the Print/Share button.

Comprehensive software
The A410 comes bundled with the following Canon software:

  • ZoomBrowser EX 5.5, PhotoRecord 2.2 (Windows), ImageBrowser 5.5 (Macintosh): For easy image download, storage and retrieval, as well as management of image layout and printing.
  • PhotoStitch 3.1: Creates stunning panoramas and can be used with Windows and Macintosh.
  • PhotoStudio: The photo manipulation software by ArcSoft.
Purchasers of the A410 are eligible for membership of Canon iMAGE Gateway , where they can upload images and customise their camera settings.

The bundled software supports Windows 98 (SE), ME, 2000 (SP4), XP (SP1/3) and Macintosh OS X v10.2-v10.3. The A410 supports PTP for driverless transfer to supported Windows XP or Macintosh OS X.

What's in the box
PowerShot A410 body, two AA-size Alkaline batteries, 16 MB MultiMediaCard MMC-16M, wrist strap WS-800, Digital Camera Solution CD-ROM, USB interface cable IFC-400PCU


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1.6 x 2 inches ; 6.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000AYGDWU
  • Item model number: 0314B001
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,512 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 9, 2006

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Customer Reviews

By far the best entry level digital camera currently on the market.
R R
Okay, I admit that I'm a complete beginner when it comes to digital cameras, but this camera is really very easy to use, and the picture quality is very good.
Miranda
Very detailed, crisp pics, vivid color, and amazing indoor quality, even without the flash.
MrsMoe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

351 of 355 people found the following review helpful By R R on November 2, 2005
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Pros:
mostly over the a510:
·The video mode although choppy is still a few fps(frames per second) better than the a510.
·Auto white balancing occurs during video recording which the a510 doesn't have and it also allows you to zoom 2x while recording.
·Very fast menu navigation and picture viewing. A lot faster than the a510.
·Better shot to shot times(without flash) than the a510.
·Although it is still at USB 1.1 speed, this time Canon got it right with making the plug and play hardware standards compliant with Windows. Basically meaing when you plug the camera in your USB port, windows will show it as a drive letter allowing you to copy the pictures over to your computer without any additional software unlike the a510 which requires you to use Canon's own propietary software.
·Very slick rectangular design, curved edges, and a dark silver color, with all the buttons perfectly in the right place(if your right handed).
·Seems to conserve a lot less battery power than the a510 especially when recording videos witch the a510 would drain at.
·Battery life seems to just go on forever if you don't use the flash.
·Very sufficient manual controls for an entry level camera

Cons:
·I found the a510 , although slower, to be slighty better in picture quality because of more manual control available and less purple fringing than the a410.
·The LCD is smaller, but because of the faster digic II processor you can quickly zoom-in and pan the pictures very very fast.

ONE OF THE BEST FEATURES:
Canon included a feature not found in many entry level cameras.
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135 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 29, 2005
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This is a superb camera at an unbelievable price. The camera body is very attractive, it's light and portable, and the controls are very easy and intuitive to use. 3.2MP is more than enough for very high quality prints, though I did add a 512k card. Don't get all caught up with worrying about 3mp vs 5mp vs 7mp unless you plan to print lots of poster size images. Now I can take and store 400 pictures on one battery charge with the LCD on. Simply amazing technology.

I compared all kinds of cameras under $500, and this one not only does everything I need, but it's very affordable. This will keep me happy for many years to come. Now what to do with all the $$$ I saved...

Update: June 2008 I still love this camera and continue to use it frequently.

Update: May 2010 I still love this camera and see no reason to upgrade, it rocks! This baby has now been around the world and taken amazing shots everywhere, day and night.

Thank you Cannon! We need more companies like you instead of the usual cyclical consumption greedy bastard, engineered failure garbage that we usually get at WalMart.

I'm a Cannon fan for life because of this amazing camera.
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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Snap, Crackle and Pop on December 9, 2005
This relatively new (August 2005) camera is a very interesting offering from Canon, one of the top makers of digicams. As you can see from the other comments here, there are lots of positive things to say about it, given its very reasonable price.

So it will be a great camera for lots of people, especially those new to digital photography. But it has some key features that you might not notice, so be sure to consider these points:
- At 4.1 x 2 x 1.6 in, this is not a tiny camera, though not large by any means.
- The wide angle only goes to the equivalent of 41mm - lots of other cameras go to 35mm. You will likely notice, some of the time, that you have a hard time getting everything into the shot.
- Even with the great Canon lenses and electronics, the picture quality won't equal that of other cameras, as this uses a very tiny sensor chip to pick up the images.
- This won't be a great camera in low light. The "fastest" ISO setting is 200.
- Not a huge point, but it doesn't have an especially high quality video mode. (The silver lining, you probably won't need a high speed memory card!)
- The LCD is a little small by current standards, at 1.5"
- The camera uses standard size batteries. Some prefer that to buying proprietary battery packs, but it does mean you'll have to buy some NiMH (not NiCad) rechargeable batteries, and a charger, and carry them when you travel.

Being able to get a new Canon at this price is a great option, just be sure it's right for you. If you're still using a film camera, and paying for film developing and prints you don't want, it will probably pay for itself!
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jon G. Purkey on December 29, 2005
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I picked out and received the Canon PowerShot A410 as a Christmas gift. I wanted a low to mid priced digital camera with optical zoom and the Canon PowerShot had the features I wanted at the right price. It is my first real digital camera and considering the price it has definitely exceeded my expectations.

Setup was easy and without hassle. There is a basic and an advanced manual and the basic one is all you should need to look at to get started taking pictures, even if you are not familiar with digital cameras. You can read the advanced manual later when you are ready to try other features of the camera.

The display is small, but still easy to read (and I am legally blind with 20/200 vision.) In playback mode you can zoom to 10x to check the quality and clarity of your pictures. Menu and setting text is sharp and easy to read. Some of the icons are a bit small, but when you change a non-text setting, like the flash, the icon is briefly shown larger before shrinking and moving to the corner of the screen.

There are 4 resolutions and with each you can choose either Super Fine, Fine or Normal. The Super Fine setting is the best quality and Normal allows you to take more pictures. The resolution sizes and the average number of pictures you can take with the included 16MB card are: (2048x1536 SF=9, F=16, N=33), (1600x1200 SF=14, F=26, N=50), (1024x768 SF=25, F=45, N=80) and (640x480 SF=56, F=88, N=138.) There is also a 1600x1200 postcard mode which includes the ability to embed a time/date stamp on the picture.

In addition to the 3.2 optical zoom, there is a 3.2(approximate) digital zoom. Digital zoom is off by default so you have to turn it on. When its on you can zoom to 10x. The first 3.
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