The Canon PowerShot A810 is the most affordable model in the entry-level A series announced by Canon today. While the A810 will only set you back $109.99, it's got a lot in common with its more expensive siblings, including a 16 megapixel CCD image sensor, 720p HD video recording, Smart AUTO (which automatically choses from 32 shooting modes to capture great photos in any lighting conditions), a 28mm wide angle lens, and a Help Button (new for this year) to bolster the confidence of anyone not at home with electronic gadgets.
The A810 costs about $10 less than the A1300, which also features a 2.7-inch LCD screen and a 5x optical zoom and runs on AA batteries. But the 810 does not include an optical viewfinder; you must frame all your shots with the LCD screen, which is what most people do anyway.
Canon PowerShot A810 Features:
16 megapixel CCD image sensor
28mm wide angle lens
5x optical zoom lens
2.7-inch LCD screen
720p HD video recording
Smart AUTO (with 32 shooting modes)
The Canon PowerShot A810 will be available in April in black, red, and silver with an MSRP of $109.99
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