The Canon PowerShot A550 is a low-cost camera with 4x optical zoom and a low-end set of features.
Learn a couple tricks and you may get three times the shots with ample resolution.
Turn off the flash and say goodbye to washed-out faces and shadowy backgrounds.
Deleting photos may not be glamourous, but we bet you don't know the tricks.
You don't need an elaborate camera to take stunning close-up photos.
Using long shutter times, you can create nighttime masterpieces with this simple camera.
This camera's low price tag and solid performance can help you forget that it doesn't have many bells or whistles.
If you're a Live View-oriented shooter who doesn't care about color accuracy, the Sony Alpha DSLR-A550's good performance and decent noise profile make it attractive for the money. Otherwise, you can find a better camera.
The A560 replaces the A500 and the A550, a welcome consolidation in Sony's dSLR product line. The new model adds video-capture capability, a first for a Sony dSLR. It's joined by three new prime lenses.
Pentax follows up its value standout K-x dSLR with a modestly enhanced step-up model, the K-r.