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Canon Powershot A630

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Canon Camera Connect app - Canon UK. After the Camera Connect app has been installed on your smart device, you may require to initiate a 'new connection' from your camera to ensure the camera is connected to your smart device correctly.

Canon Camera Connect app - Canon UK

*Canon Camera Connect provides the following features: [Features and compatible models] 1) Wi-Fi connection with the camera for Image transfer***, Remote live view shooting and date/time setting. 2) Adding location information to camera images 3) Bluetooth connection with enabled cameras [Supporting features: 1, 2, 3] PowerShot SX730 HS **/ G9 X Mark II [Supporting features: 1, 3] EOS 6D Mark II, EOS 77D, EOS 800D (Remote release of the camera shutter via Bluetooth is available with the BR-E1, sold separately) [Supporting features: 1, 2] [Supporting features: 1] EOS 5D Mark IV, EOS 1300D, EOS 80D, EOS 760D, EOS 750D, EOS 70D, EOS 6D, EOS M10, EOS M3 IXUS 510 HS* / 240 HS* LEGRIA HF R86* / HF R87*/ HF R88*

Canon Powershot A630 Digital Camera. Canon PowerShot A630 - Camera User Guide Manual. Canon Powershot A630 Review: Overview. Click to take a QTVR tour of the A630 The PowerShot A630 and A640 digital cameras are equipped with high resolution 8.0 and 10.0 Megapixel CCDs respectively.

Canon Powershot A630 Review: Overview

Both cameras feature the same body design, high-quality Canon 4x Optical Zoom lens, optical viewfinder as well as a 2.5-inch Vari-Angle LCD screen. Both cameras are equipped with a 9-point AiAF "Smart" autofocus system and 21 shooting modes. The standard Shooting Modes are Full Auto, Program, Shutter-priority, Aperture-priority, Manual, and Custom with additional modes including Portrait, Landscape, Night Scene, Special Scene (10 varieties), Stitch Assist and Movie. Both models are capable of recording 30 fps VGA movies with sound for up to 36 minutes when using an optional 4GB SD memory card. Two new shooting features for the A-Series line are Safety Zoom and Digital Tele-converter. Canon A630 Review: Full Review. Imaging Resource rating 5.0 out of 5.0 Canon PowerShot A630 Overview by Mike Pasini Hands-on Preview: 11/22/06 Full Review: 01/30/07 The Canon PowerShot A630 couples an 8.0-megapixel CCD imaging sensor with a 4x optical zoom lens that offers a 35mm-equivalent focal range of 35-140mm, a moderate wide-angle to a somewhat more generous telephoto than you'll find on most compact cameras.

Canon A630 Review: Full Review

Maximum apertures vary from f/2.8 to f/4.1 across the zoom range. Designed with ease of use in mind, the Canon A630 offers both a range of features that make it approachable to beginners, as well as the ability to exert more control over the photographic process. The Canon A630's USB connection allows easy offload of images from the SD, or MMC card to a Mac, or PC -- and unlike some manufacturers who are still clinging to the older USB 1.1/2.0 Full Speed standard, Canon has adopted a much swifter USB 2.0 High Speed interface in the Canon A630.

Canon PowerShot A630 User Report Design. Front. Back. Grip. Canon PowerShot A630 & A640: Digital Photography Review. Pre-Photokina 2006: Canon has also launched successors to popular A610 and A620 PowerShots.

Canon PowerShot A630 & A640: Digital Photography Review

Both cameras feature 2.5-inch vari-angle LCD screens, 4x optical zooms, Digic II processors and higher megapixel sensors; 10 megapixels for the A640 and 8.0 megapixels for the A630. Both the new cameras also have a maximum ISO 800 sensitivity setting and a new 'Safety Zoom' feature. Jump to: Canon PowerShot A630 - PowerShot and IXUS digital compact cameras. Canon PowerShot A630 Camera. I've just bought this and am really enjoying using it. Canon PowerShot A630 Camera

Unlike previous reviewers, I am an idiot when it comes to photography and although I'm enthusiastic, I am a complete beginner. I was a little worried that this might be too complicated for me as it appeared so feature rich when I was researching my new camera, but it is easy to use and simply laid out. The switch to change between taking and viewing your pics on the camera is a little fiddly and feels a little plasticy, which is my only minor issue, but that is really nit picking. Quality of the pictures is absolutely first rate- it's very easy to select the type of shot you want to take and the shutter speed seems good (though I will be testing it out more at my two year old's birthday party this weekend, so that will be the big trial!!). The camera feels good quality, looks the part and is easy to hold, even with one hand.