CompactFlash Card Type I • CompactFlash Card Type II
Fine • SuperFine • Normal
File Size (High Res.)
1.66 MB (77 images on 128MB card)
File Size (Low Res.)
0.01 MB (about 12,800 images on 128MB card)
Auto • 50 • 100 • 200 • 400
Flash Off • Auto Flash • Red-eye Reduction Flash • Slow Sync
With LCD Panel
LCD Panel Size
LCD Screen Resolution
LCD Protected Position
Without LCD Protected Position
4 x AA Batteries
2 Sec. • 10 Sec.
Mp3 Built In
With Built-in Microphone
With Built-in Speaker
With Tripod Mount
Apple Mac OS 9 • Apple Mac OS X • Microsoft Windows 2000 • Microsoft Windows 98 • Microsoft Windows 98SE • Microsoft Windows ME • Microsoft Windows XP
4 x AA Batteries • Software • USB Cable • Video Cable • Hand Strap • 32 MB Memory Card
User-friendliness and convenience are high priorities with the PowerShot A75, yet the camera also boasts a 3.2 Megapixel CCD and a host of advanced features. Add to that a winning design, and it's easy to see why this camera is at the top of its class.
amount of pics per second
delay when taking picture
i own this camera. its pretty good, but i dropped it on my driveway one day and it survived, just one little crack, and still works. this is a great camera for kids though, and everyone else too cause it is cheap and a nice looking camera by a brand name you can count on
Weaknesses: terrible customer service, broke after warranty ran out sent for repair was charged $100 to fix got back and used for 6 months and camera stopped working again. called customer service was told to send them $75 this time and they would repair again or i could buy a factory reconditioned for $200. would never buy another canon product. junk!!!
seemed like a good camera, easy to use,bought primarily for my girlfriend. easy for her to hold and use. camera worked good until warranty ran out then problems started.
Strengths: Light, Easy to use, Good Quality (if you know how to use it in all lighting situations), lots of modes, Great AF, Quality lens, Lots of settings and adjustments
Weaknesses: 3.2 MP, is a little weak for editing, heavy noise at high ISO, Little accessories, Weak flash, Short optical zoom, Digital zoom makes huge pixalation and noise, some modes will never be used for new photographers
I got this as a X-mas present, it was my first camera. I love it for point and shoot. This camera has never let me down. I think it’s a great first camera or a secondary camera for pros who don’t want to carry there SLR around on vacation. The only problem is that the accessories are all canon specific. There are no third party manufacturers for lenses or flashes
Strengths: Outdoor pictures are good.
Battery life is good.
Nice style, good feel.
Weaknesses: Noisy...makes grinding noises when opening and closing.
Slow focus and shutter lag.
Poor image quality when inside with flash.
Canon service is poor... slow or no communication. Makes excuses rather than repairs.
Plastic parts somewhat flimsy.
Unfortunately I can not be as positive about this camera as the other owners.
Having owned it slightly over a year, I have found it to be noisy, slow to focus (shutter lag)and frequently yielding poor image quality, especially indoors. Often using the flash on inside pictures, I get round circles in the background or on the subject. Sometimes they are worse than at other times. Bottom line, you can't count on this camera. I've owned various Olympus digitals in the past and did not have these problems. I guess I'll go back to Olympus. Canon service offered little support and I purchased the extended warranty ($59 extra). I suspect that there is a design/electronic flaw but service says its dust particles.I can't buy that story.
Strengths: great battery life, easy to point and shoot, add-on wide angle and tele lense avialable
Weaknesses: after a year, i'm getting a bit worried about the battery door falling off. it doesnt seem to close as well as it did when it was new.
I'm a point and shoot type of person and I've used this camera for over a year now. I've had no problems with it or the software. It has many shooting modes, most of which I cannot tell the difference being a beginner. I shoot outdoors type stuff alot and the paroramic mode is fun to use. The software also does a good job of stiching the photos together.