Excerpt: If you are looking for a camera that does not require a lot of professional experience to take good pictures, then you may want to take a look at the Canon PowerShot A3200 IS. I got to spend a little time with the device and below you will find my opinion...
Excerpt: Looking at the svelte exterior, the small A3200 IS has little to offer but it's all in the design because there's more under the hood that isn't accessed using buttons and switches. Despite the moderate zoom, the Canon Powershot A3200 IS has an image stabiliser to steady your shots in low light where the shutter speed may have dropped.
Summary: Another tiny (in size) PowerShot - the Canon PowerShot A3200is from Canon . Since going to the solid battery offering for PowerShot s they have managed to fit everything into a body that means the whole unit slips easily into a pocket.
Excerpt: With its metal body and clean, simple lines the Canon Powershot A3200 is a joy to hold. The buttons all sit within easy reach of the thumb, too, making camera operation feel second nature. Combine this with the simple and intuitive menu system and you have a camera that couldn't be easier to use. The A3200 looks great, with a simple yet functional shape and an elegantly curved front. There are four colours to choose from - orange, blue, sliver, pink.
Excerpt: Looking for an inexpensive yet not unimpressive snapper to slide into your pocket this summer for casual use? For somewhere around the £100 mark, if we go by street/online pricing rather than the manufacturer’s own, the 14.1 megapixel, 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor Canon PowerShot A3200 IS (sibling to the 16 megapixel S3300 IS) resembles a capable and stylish contender for those looking for a slightly more expansive/better range of point and shoot options than their phone’s...
Pros: Very reasonable asking price, good quality build, decent feature set and results
Cons: Not Full HD video, optical zoom disabled while recording, no HDMI output