Excerpt: If there’s one family of cameras that I’m starting to hate, it’s the Cannon PowerShot series. I now have 2 unfortunate experiences with the PowerShot series. This review is about the Canon PowerShot A460. GOOD I wouldn’t call myself a photographer, maybe just a regular picture taker.
Summary: My daughter was going to go back to my old film camera, because she was not happy with any of the digital cameras she had purchased. She said the cameras break or the pictures were not of good quality. I purchased this Canon Power Shot camera for her over a year ago. She is very happy with it.
Summary: I wanted to get my pre-teen daughter a digital camera as a gift, so I didn't want anything complex, and I didn't want to spend a lot of money. I am very familiar with Canon cameras, so my natural tendency was to go for another Canon. After some research, I settled on the PowerShot A460.
Summary: This is my first digital camera. I've been hard pressed to give up my 35mm camera ways. This little camera is simple to use. Instructions are easy to follow. Picture quality is fairly sharp. The best part about it is that it is handy, easy to take along and lightweight..
Excerpt: For last 6 months I am using Cannon Powershot A460. It is a wonderful digital camera which successfully satiates my cravings for capturing extraordinary scenic beauty especially when I am at some adventurous trip. This little genius is quite handy as it is light and takes almost no space …
Summary: Since I generally buy high-tech stuff when it is about to be discontinued, this camera seemed appealing. I wanted something to be able to post pictures on the internet, and I am not interested in printing that much.
Summary: This is a great product! I have never purchased a digital camera before nor consider myself to be technologically apt. However, after doing much research and reading all the reviews, I ended up choosing this camera and it is fantastic.
Summary: I bought this camera as a birthday present for my 72 year old sister and gave her to it on our trip to Vegas. She said she wanted a really dumbed-down camera that was as easy to use as a cardboard disposable so she could just "take pictures" and not screw with buttons and adjustments.