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Canon PowerShot A450
4.8 out of 10

Canon PowerShot A450

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5 March 2007
  • Excerpt: This is Canon’s cheapest digital camera. It has a 5 megapixel sensor and a 38–122mm (film equivalent) zoom lens. It has a small (50mm) LCD screen and, surprisingly at this price, a useful optical viewfinder.
  • Pros: This may be Canon’s least expensive camera but it comes with comprehensive, printed user manuals, one basic and the other detailed. We wish that all makers would follow the lead here instead of saving a few cents by providing the manual on disc.
  • Cons: The A450 images are noisy. At ISO 200 it is bordering on unusable. ISO 80 and 100 are acceptable but we reckon that 200 ought to be usable on any camera. The images cleaned up well in a noise reduction program but we don’t think that anyone buying an entry camera is going to know about that sort ...
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Overall 4

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Good Gear Guide.au
10 February 2007
  • Summary: A rare misstep for Canon, the PowerShot A450 captures exceptionally accurate colours, but falls down in several other areas, resulting in less than crisp pictures.
  • Pros: Excellent colour reproduction
  • Cons: Extremely high levels of chromatic aberration, some noise issues
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18 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Casa Canon lancia sul mercato un nuovo modello di fotocamera digitale, la Canon Powershot A450 , che mantiene le caratteristiche di versatilità delle serie precedenti, come la A420 con maggiore affidabilità.
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