Thursday, 22 November 2012


The market for entry-level compact cameras is chock full of options offering features that are quite similar. In such a scenario, what can a brand do to stand out? Canon has come up with an ideal solution with the PowerShot A3400 IS, which among other features, has a resistive touchscreen interface. This feature lets you to use the screen to focus and also capture snaps. The interface is extremely easy to use and the touchscreen is an immense help as different modes and presets can be selected by simply tapping on the desired option.
The camera uses a 16 MP sensor along with a 5x optical zoom. It features an inbuilt image stabilizer that helps in reducing blur. Video can be recorded in HD 720. The camera’s program mode lets you tweak settings like ISO sensitivity, exposure and white balance.In outdoor shots, the amount of colour fringing is negligible. In indoor shots, however, images appear a bit grainy, especially when zoomed in 100 percent on a PC. This makes it difficult to get crisp shots in low-light conditions. Priced at Rs 9,995, this is an ideal option for casual photographers who want a stylish camera with a touchscreen


Dimensions (WxHxD):94.4 x 56.3 x 21.3 mm;Weight:
141 g;Resolution:16 MP;Focal length (35 mm equiv):
28-140 mm;Optical zoom:5x;Aperture:F2.8-F7.9;
ISO range:100-1600;LCD:3-inch, 230K dots;Video 


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