Canon PowerShot A3000 IS - reviews
|Canon PowerShot A3000 IS - reviews|
The Canon PowerShot A3000 IS is the best for the price. We had a daughter and needed our own personal digital camera. My husband and I were standing for a long time choosing, but what I really liked the price was very expensive, and what was enough, that I did not like the quality.
In general, the pictures were already in the store on those cameras failed. Our Canon was a bit more expensive than we expected and I asked the seller to let me look at it. And oh my god, the color in the picture as in reality, it doesn't bleed, it captures clear images and I really enjoyed the fact that even though it has a primitive focus. For this price, it is the best camera. It has been two years since we bought it and it hasn't let me down once. The battery lasts for a long time, if you use it every day for 3-4 days, if less frequently, then 2 weeks freely. The only thing in auto mode, you need to be able to use the shutter button, then the pictures are not blurry, sharp, and if the subjects are moving I photographed in child / pet mode, it turns out well.
This camera came to us for free, the store was a promotion, my husband bought a laptop and it was a gift camera Canon Power Shot A3000. We have been using it for about 3.5 years. No complaints have never been to him. Now I am actively writing reviews on the site and without a camera, well, I just can not always take pictures. And then about 2 weeks ago a colleague from work my husband asked for a camera on vacation. We gave it to him, and borrowed it from his parents. And in those 2 weeks, I have felt such a difference. How good is it! Everything is a comparison. I've been waiting impatiently to get our beloved Canon back. Mom's Kodak is absolutely impossible to photograph and get good pictures with! The Canon camera has many shooting modes-10, if I'm not mistaken, for all occasions. At close range it shoots very clear, even if your hands are shaking slightly. Colors are natural, it doesn't blemish the photos. On videotaping receives a loud high-quality sound. Runs on battery power, which lasts for about 4-5 days if every day to use. About half a year ago, the lid where the battery is inserted broke. It tilts to the side when you open it and can easily come off with a careless move. But that's my own fault, if it wasn't for my hook hands, it would still be as good as new. I recommend it with all my hands.
P.S.All photos are taken with a Kodak camera.
I decided to change my semi-professional Canon PowerShot SX10 IS for this camera. And you know, I was very pleasantly surprised. There is not much difference between these two cameras functionally. The A3000 has all the necessary features that ordinary amateur photographers use, and there are no features that the Canon PowerShot SX10 IS, in principle, few people use. The Canon PowerShot A3000 IS is a fairly compact machine, but it holds a lot of shooting modes. In addition to the modes on the main dial (program, auto, amateur, portrait, landscape, night shooting, children and animals, party), there is also such a mode as SCN, which fits a bunch more shooting options - from snow to fireworks. Personally, I'm thrilled with the program mode, as it allows me to set those shooting settings that work for me for certain shots. You can adjust and tweak just about anything. I also like the amateur mode. When you give the camera to children - be sure to put it in this mode. You only have two buttons - on/off flash and shoot - in this mode. You can be sure that kids will not press anything and will not mess up your settings. The only drawback I think is the lack of manual focus. Would have been great for me. All in all, the camera is great, there are a lot of settings and features. But if you need your camera only to take pictures of outings to barbecues or a trip to the sea, you can take a simpler camera.