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Canon PowerShot A3000 IS

$150.00 Released February, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Optical image stabilization. Affordable price. Uses easy to find, affordable, and capacious SDHC and SDXC flash storage cards.

The Cons:Bland / plain aesthetic, somewhat cheap looking. No high definition video recording. 4x optical zoom.

The PowerShot A3000 IS is a point and shoot digital camera from Canon. Announced at CES 2010 in Las Vegas, this camera represents an incremental upgrade to the PowerShot line. The A3000 IS features a 10 megapixel image sensor, a DIGIC III processor, 4x optical zoom and an integrated optical image stabilizer.

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These features enable clear, blur-free images to be taken by the average user. Those who don’t want to constantly adjust settings will likely make use of the Smart Auto with Scene Detection technology, which will apply the best settings automatically based on 18 different scene presets. To further make things easier on the novice photographer, Canon’s Easy mode will deactivate most of the buttons and remove icons from the screen. Photographs can be reviewed on the 2.7-inch LCD screen. The Canon PowerShot A3000 IS will be released in February, 2010.


  • 2.7” LCD screen
  • 10.0 megapixel CCD
  • DIGIC III image processing
  • 4x optical zoom
  • 3648 x 2736 maximum image resolution
  • Movie clips (640 x 480 @ 30fps, 1hr max.)
  • 9-point auto focus
  • ISO 1600
  • Smart Auto mode
  • Scene Detection Technology (18 scenes)
  • Smart Flash compensation
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • Dimensions & weight: 97 x 58 x 28 mm, 125g (without battery)

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    optical image stabilization

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    affordable price

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    uses easy to find, affordable, and capacious SDHC and SDXC flash storage cards

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    includes a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery pack

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    a new standard for inexpensive P&S cameras

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    Smart Auto mode automatically selects the best of 18 scene modes

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    slimmer / sleeker enclosure than previous generations of the A series

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    Smart Flash Exposure feature recognizes harsh shadows and enables flash - even in brightly lit situations

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    face recognition with automatic red-eye removal

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    bland / plain aesthetic, somewhat cheap looking

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    no high definition video recording

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    4x optical zoom

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