Summary: The Canon PowerShot A2500 is a budget 16 Megapixel point-and-shoot compact with a 5x optical zoom, and a 2.7in screen. It's an entry level A series PowerShot, only the AA-powered A1400 sits below it in the line-up.
Pros: 5x optical zoom that works in movie mode., Eco mode extends battery life., Low price.
Cons: Little that's new compared with predecesor., Poor high ISO noise performance., No built-in Wifi or GPS., Lengthy shooting mode menu.
Summary: The Canon PowerShot A2500 is a compact camera for beginners and, in general, very puzzling to those who do not want to get good photos. Thanks to the automatic settings, the camera selects the appropriate scene the situation.
Pros: Ease of use, Smart Auto, Eco Mode, Help button, camera for everyone.
Summary: The Canon PowerShot A2500 doesn't have the best components or image quality, but if offers an attractive level of simplicity and ease of use. It's relatively low-end sensor and 5x zoom lens may not be the best out there, but they help to keep the cost down and produce good enough images for typical...
Pros: This camera is simple and compact.
Cons: The lower-end components adversely affect image quality.
Summary: Canon PowerShot A2500 has been successful in making advanced imaging technology quite fun and simple for the beginners. It allows the photographers to capture lovely stills and record clear videos.
Pros: Fast processor , Excellent image quality , Longer battery life , Affordable
Summary: At an MRP of Rs 5,995, the Canon PowerShot A2500 is priced at par with the Nikon Coolpix L28. The package includes a 4GB memory card and a carrying pouch. Given a choice between the A2500 and L28, the former is definitely a better choice despite L28’s more-intuitive user interface and handier...
Conclusion: La Canon PowerShot A2500 è una fotocamera compatta adatta ai principianti e, in genere, a chi non vuole scervellarsi molto per ottenere buone foto. Grazie alle impostazioni automatiche, la fotocamera seleziona la scena adatta alla situazione.