Canon Powershot A620 Review
RemoteCapture allows you to operate the camera while tethered to a computer via the USB port and includes a live viewfinder option. The Field angle/flash screen gives you access to settings for: Focusing Point, Flash, Macro Focus, AF-assist lamp and AF operation.
The Image Size and Quality
is selected at the top.
The shutter can be tripped by either a mouse click or
a hot-key on the keyboard.
The Shooting settings screen lets you control: White Balance, ISO Speed, Exposure
Compensation, Photo Effect, Flash Exposure Level (if in Manual), Exposure Mode,
Metering Mode and Shutter Speed and Aperture Value.
In addition to the on-screen viewfinder you can also enable display on the camera's LCD
monitor or a TV via the Video Out.
Captured images can be saved directly to the computer or they can be stored on the
camera's CF card and then transferred to the hard drive. Select the destination folder
and the sequence numbering options.
Interval and Timer Shooting
The Remote Capture program is also capable of interval and timer recording as well as
instantaneous. Shooting interval: approx. 1 - 60 min. (1-min. increments) Number of shots: 2 -
100 shots (Maximum number of shots varies according to CF memory card
Continue on to
Return To Our
Visitors of Steves can visit the stores below for real-time pricing and availability. You can also find hot, soon to expire online offers on a variety of cameras and accessories at our very own Camera Deals page.