Not quite a pro photographer, but also a little higher than the average point-and-shoot joe? Most digicam manufacturers recognize these individuals who are caught “in-between” worlds. If you’re too taunted by the bulky and complex DSLRs, but also find simple digicams lacking in good features, a new prosumer camera has just been unleashed.
Well folks, here is the Canon PowerShot A590IS, an 8-megapixel digital camera that will restore your faith on the ever-reliable Powershot series:
The Canon PowerShot A590IS is a handy camera made both for amateur enthusiasts and professional photographers. This camera comes equipped with a variety of features, mostly focusing on enhanced image quality and user-friendliness. It comes with a wide-array of 19 shooting modes including Canon’s new Easy Mode, which is really useful if you like playing around with photographic effects. It also utilizes a 4x optical zoom coupled with an optical image stabilizer, so you get the power of a DSLR and the convenience of the good ol’ point-and-shoot camera. The DIGIC III Image Processor aids in refining the quality of each shot, ensuring that your perfectly captured moment is not wasted.
As with most digital cameras today, the Canon PowerShot A590IS also features Red-Eye Correction technology, Face Detection technology, the Canon-exclusive iSAPS Technology (intelligent Scene Analysis based on Photographic Space) and the very helpful Motion Detection Technology, which is perfect during sports events, reducing the blurry “action” images. For the professionals who want specific shots, the camera also accepts Wide-Angle and Telephoto Converter Lenses, proving that it is quite adaptive with whoever is using it, so to speak.
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