The Canon PowerShot A495 is a bargain for anyone concerned more with photo quality than features.
The Canon PowerShot A495 and A490 are bargains for anyone concerned with more photo quality than features.
Check out an examination of the photo quality from the budget-friendly Canon PowerShot A495.
The Canon PowerShot A490 is the company's cheapest new camera, followed closely by the $129 A495. Do these cameras' low prices automatically make them junk?
The budget-friendly Canon PowerShot A3100 IS, A3000 IS, A490 and A495 compact cameras are the first to support SDXC cards, keeping you snapping, well, basically forever
Lovers of Canon's low budget point-and-shoots now have two options for 2010. One of them even comes in three colors.
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Considering its bargain price, you'll get excellent photos from the Canon PowerShot A800. Just don't expect anything more than that and you'll be fine.
The rugged Nikon Coolpix S30 is a simple, inexpensive point-and-shoot to keep poolside, and doesn't try to be anything more.
Though its feature set is light, the Canon PowerShot A490 is a very good choice for anyone on a tight budget who still wants excellent photo quality.