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Old January 4th 06, 04:12 AM posted to rec.photo.digital.point+shoot
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Hi,

I have a Canon A520 camera. I have used a Canon A75 before and I thought
that the A520 is an upgrade and the pictures would be better. It turns out
the A75 pictures are sharper than the A520 pictures. I changed the ISO
settings in the A520 and I am still getting grainy pictures.

So I am thinking of replacing the A520 with the new A610. I looked up the
customers' reviews on Amazon for the A610 and it seems like it is a good
camera. Do you think it is worth it to upgrade? Would I get grainy pictures
with the A610?

Thanks.


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Old January 4th 06, 04:38 AM posted to rec.photo.digital.point+shoot
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Hi,

I have a Canon A520 camera. I have used a Canon A75 before and I thought
that the A520 is an upgrade and the pictures would be better. It turns out
the A75 pictures are sharper than the A520 pictures. I changed the ISO
settings in the A520 and I am still getting grainy pictures.

So I am thinking of replacing the A520 with the new A610. I looked up the
customers' reviews on Amazon for the A610 and it seems like it is a good
camera. Do you think it is worth it to upgrade? Would I get grainy
pictures with the A610?

Thanks.

No, but then you shouldn't be getting grainy pictures period under normal
conditions. I would try to resolve the current situation first, post some
sample pics.
Dave Cohen


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Old January 9th 06, 02:25 AM posted to rec.photo.digital.point+shoot
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The A610 most likely suffers from a design flaw
that the A620 has, namely the touted movie-shooting
capability is useless because the microphone
records are large portion of hissing. These cameras
seem to be either rushed to market, and/or a sign
that Canon is no longer emphasizing good engineering
of their cameras.


I have a Canon A520 camera. I have used a Canon A75 before and I thought
that the A520 is an upgrade and the pictures would be better. It turns out
the A75 pictures are sharper than the A520 pictures. I changed the ISO
settings in the A520 and I am still getting grainy pictures.

So I am thinking of replacing the A520 with the new A610. I looked up the
customers' reviews on Amazon for the A610 and it seems like it is a good
camera. Do you think it is worth it to upgrade? Would I get grainy pictures
with the A610?

Thanks.


 




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