Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot A4000 IS
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20 March 2015
Summary: For a beginner-level camera with a sub-$200 price point, it's not really surprising to see that the Canon PowerShot A4000 IS is a pretty good camera when shooting outdoors in good light and tends to struggle when shooting indoors in low light.
Conclusion: For $200 anyone would be happy with the features of the Canon A4000 IS digital camera. It’s compact, built well and does a good job handling low light. HD video and the long, 8x zoom range are helped along significantly with the inclusion of Image Stabilization and the high 16mp sensor will allow...
Summary: The Canon PowerShot A4000 IS is a very compact camera that's easy to use, with dedicated help screens for beginners. It features a high resolution and a long zoom but there's more noise in the results than there ought to be, and some light streaking in movies.
Pros: Compact design; Accurate colour reproduction; Inexpensive.
Cons: More noise in some results than there should be; light streaking in movies; No optical zoom in video mode.
Summary: The A4000 IS is the flagship of the A-series, and therefore has the most features and the longest optical zoom at 8x. It also has a 3.0-inch LCD screen and Intelligent IS (optical image stabilization) to help ensure crisp videos and stills at full zoom.
Pros: Nice compact frame with durable metal construction, Comes in five colors, Captures some very nice 16-megpaixel images, Low noise for a Sub $200 point-n-shoot, Records nice 720p HD video, Smart Auto captures great photos, with no fuss over camera settings, 8x optical zoom packs a punch for a camer...
Cons: LCD screen shows cooler images than what are captured, No HDMI output, Optical zoom not available while recording movies, No the greatest battery life; we recommend you snag a spare pack
Excerpt: Make no mistake, this is an entry-level point and shoot if you’ve ever seen one. At first glance, though, you might be like me and figure you’re getting a higher-end model – it’s got a cleaner, sturdier look and feel to it than many of the budget pocket cams out there, as well as a 16-megapixel...
Pros: Nice, simple control interface, Inner-navigation is incredibly simple, Just enough extra options to keep exploring
Cons: You’re limited with it comes to ISO, Average low light performance at best
Summary: Canon's flagship A-series compact with 8x optical zoom
Pros: Slim metal body, Simple to use, Good low ISO performance, 8x optical zoom, The Canon PowerShot A4000 IS is easy to get to grips with via its intuitive menu navigation and controls, and a Smart Auto mode that's mostly effective.
Cons: Slow shot-to-shot, Short battery life, No optical zoom for video, Poor in low light, Some rivals go wider/longer, It's a slow-shooter, and the disappointing high ISO performance and so-so image stabilisation mean that it's not a particularly good choice for low light photography.
Summary: Canon does a lot of professional cameras however they also have two ranges, Ixus and PowerShot , suitable for home and pocket use. Here the latest offering, the Canon PowerShot A4000IS , in what used to be the larger of the two small units - the PowerShot , which has shrunk.