Canon PowerShot A630 - reviews
|Canon PowerShot A630 - reviews|
Canon PowerShot A630 - You wouldn't say the camera is practical and handy. It's kind of a controversial camera. I think there is a lot of stuff they pushed into it, but it's kind of useless.
I have an interesting question: why do I need it on my soapbox? Do you use it that often? Maybe you need it to rotate it to try to see something in the sun? Maybe Canon would better put in a nice bright display with good viewing angles so you wouldn't have to twist it around. Or maybe to protect the display from mechanical damage? So for that it would be easier and cheaper to cover the display with protective glass. Oh, I get it - it's to shoot super macro with a soapbox, like you're a "super photographer" and you don't have money for a DSLR, or don't want to get into the mud, photographing a grebe in profile. Feeling remorse for the sun-blind display, Canon drilled a hole in the body of its offspring and named it "Viewfinder". How often does anyone use it? Why do you want to give your soapboxes the ability to screw in all sorts of attachments like teleconverters and filters? Are there really idiots who would buy all those attachments for a soapbox? A normal person would buy a better camera for less than a "point-and-shoot + accessories" price. I wish they would have attached a flash shoe instead. And the lack of battery charge indicator is nonsense! Apparently, Canon thought as follows: "The hell knows what kind of batteries you will use, and how well the built-in controller will control their charge. The batteries are yours to control" That's rudeness. They would have used a lithium-polymer battery instead, made the camera lighter, recharged it faster and had an indicator light. If the battery would have died in 2 years, I would have had an excuse to buy a new camera, most likely not a Canon one.
Canon PowerShot A630 is a quality and good quality digital camera. I bought the camera in 2008. I was just thinking of getting into digital photography, as I had worked with film cameras before, so I decided to start with a digital point-and-shoot. My choice was the Canon PowerShot A630. I think the camera has a lot of features for a digital camera: the choice of modes (Auto, Portrait, Landscape and others. You can manually adjust the shutter speed, aperture, there is a focus function. Great macro, you can shoot with different color options (sepia, black and white, etc.). You can adjust the camera to environmental conditions (daylight, overcast, incandescent light, etc.). Adjustable flash brightness, video mode is available. The screen is rotatable and there is a self-timer. You can remove the red-eye effect.
As a result, you get pretty decent pictures. I think the worst thing about Canon PowerShot A630 is that it is somewhat bulky, it requires four batteries, and the video recording is not very good, noisy, however, this doesn't bother me much, because the main function of the camera is to take pictures. I recommend it as a camera for everyday use, to get the basic skills of working with cameras Canon.
Canon PowerShot A630 is my favorite camera. I got the Canon PowerShot A630 as a birthday present. I chose it myself, and in the store for a very long time I studied different models, until I settled on it. The Canon PowerShot A630 has a very good resolution, 8 Mega Pixels, which allows me to take good quality photos. In the photo quality settings, there is a function of setting the size (resolution) of the photo depending on the destination. For example, if your pictures are going to be sent over the internet, the size can be set as low as possible and if you are going to print a large format picture, the resolution can be set as high as possible. In addition, there are many different shooting modes, from automatic to any user. Very good quality photos are obtained and when shooting in the dark, there is protection against "red eye". You can set one of the modes - portrait, landscape, children, and more. There is also a mode of video, also of good quality. The camera Canon PowerShot A630 is also opening the display window, it is very convenient when the subject is not at eye level. Another plus is that you can insert both regular batteries and rechargeable batteries into the camera. Canon PowerShot A630 is an excellent camera for amateurs and professionals!