Canon PowerShot A540 Reviews

Canon PowerShot A540 Pocket Lint has reviewed the fantastic Canon PowerShot A540, they gave the digital camera a rating of 8 out of 10 and write: “The Canon PowerShot A540 provides plenty of meat for those wishing to buy and use an easy to operate camera but still want room to grow, as they get better at taking their snaps. So, whether you’re simply snapping or taking more studied shots, the 540 is a nice, reliable digital compact and while it may not hold the pinnacle of performance (that’s still Fuji’s crown at the moment) in terms of noise control, it is more than capable of producing some very nice images indeed. In short, it is worth a look.”

CNET has published a Canon PowerShot A540 review and write: “Solid image quality, usable ISO 800 performance, and a full set of manual controls make the Canon PowerShot A540 an excellent choice for photo enthusiasts looking for an almost-pocketable second camera, or for budding photographers who aren’t ready to move up to a super-zoom EVF model or digital SLR. Only a flash that’s slow to recycle lessens the appeal of this camera’s 4X zoom lens, 6-megapixel resolution, and otherwise excellent performance. There are even more than a dozen scene modes for those times when you’re tempted to switch on the autopilot.”

DCRP has reviewed the Canon PowerShot A540 and write: “Photo quality was also very good. The A540 took well exposed, colourful photos with low noise and purple fringing levels. You should be able to make midsize prints up to ISO 200, and 4 x 6 prints still look good at the ISO 400 setting, especially if you clean them up a bit in something like NeatImage. Though not horrible, redeye was a bit of a problem. I’ve mentioned most of the negatives in the previous paragraph. The only other complaints I have relate to the camera bundle: the memory card is too small, and there are no rechargeable batteries.”

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