Canon PowerShot A560 Reviews

Steve’s Digicams has taken a close look at the Canon PowerShot A560 and concludes, “I was very pleased with Canon’s PowerShot A560. If offers great image quality, class leading performance, and has an exposure mode for everyone, all with a very appealing price tag of only US$229 or less! The only downfall to this model, or any “A” series model for that matter, is the slow flash recharge time. That said, I feel this will make a great camera for kids going off to collage, proud parents (or grandparents), or the eBay junkie of the family, etc. Be sure to check out the our reviews of other 2007 Canon models, like the Powershot SD1000, Powershot A550 or the 5-megapixel PowerShot A460.”

Cameras.co.uk has a review of the Canon Powershot A560 and writes, “Taking the price of the camera into account I think the Powershot A560 performed well in my tests. It was able to handle sunny conditions, photos taken in the shade and also photos taken indoors where the light was lower. Looking at the outdoor scenic shots I can see that this camera produces sharper shots than the majority of simple, point and shoot cameras do. … I guess I would describe the Canon Powershot A560 as a starter camera with extra quality. You do have to pay more than with a true entry level model and while you may not get that much more in terms of features the picture quality is clearly a step up.”

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