Summary: I was concerned about spending around [price] for a new digital camera. I read reviews and reviews and deceided to go with a Canon A20. Well it turns out that this camera exhibits the fine art of turning out marvelous photos with minimum effort.
Summary: This baby shoots great photos with rich, accurate colors, good detail, and it's a pleasure to use. The A20 isn't meant for professionals who need to do lots of manual adjustments - it's perfect for pointing and shooting.
Summary: I researched for about 2 weeks before I finally decided on this camera. I was down to the final choice between the olympus and this one. The reason I chose the canon A 20 was it had a wider iso range and also for the panorama feature. The A20 is so easy to use.
Summary: I've had my Canon A20 for about 6 months, so I'm speaking from experience. I'm 80% happy with it. The colors are good and sharp. I like the optical zoom though twisting the lens to zoom on a 35mm is easier.
Summary: This little camera is great. Easy to use, light weight, decent zoom, and excellent color accuracy. It is a battery hog, but at least you can pick up AAs anywhere. Invest in rechargable batteries and a larger compact flash card, such as the Viking 128mb.
Summary: I did my research for about a month before deciding on this little bad boy. The A20 is is all that and more! My wife who is a Techno-Phobic finds the A20 to be easy to use as well. To quote her, "Is that all I have to do?" The picture quality is second to none.
Summary: I purchased a Kodak dx3700 camera for Xmas for my extremely non-technical wife (no docking station). After reading countless reviews and visiting manufacturer websites, I decided on a Kodak Easyshare Camera. I originally wanted the dx3600 because it had an optical zoom lens.
Summary: I've had the PowerShot A20 for about 8 weeks and have taken several hundred pictures with it of subjects ranging from single portraits, sporting events, macro stills and scenic panoramas. It's very comparable in size, weight and print quality to my point-shoot APS camera. But it's digital! ahhhh...
Summary: After doing an agonizing amount of research, I settled on the Canon Powershot A20 and do not regret it for one minute. I'm amazed by the quality of both the camera and the digital photos it takes. It definitely compares well with some of the film cameras I have owned and exceeds some too.