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Canon PowerShot A1300 Review
Speed-no high expectations
At that price, you should not hurry when taking pictures. Most digital cameras in this price range tend to be of the slow variety. Tested the release speed of the Canon A1300 was however not yet.
According to the manufacturer makes the Canon camera shooting at 0.8 frames per second. Not very impressive when you consider that others create here a value of 10 frames / second.
Conclusion & Alternatives
The handle and the viewfinder are the ones that can stand out the Canon PowerShot A1300 from the mass of a great entry. Otherwise, the digital camera offers just standard fare.
There are many alternatives and the selection is great. We should ask ourselves, what one seeks. For it is more zoom for example The Casio Exilim EX-ZS100 who can score at a low price sher with a 12.5 times zoom of 24 to 300 mm. The Nikon Coolpix S6150 is available in a few more colors and also features a touch screen. Who in terms of image quality to some extent would be on the safe side should view the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS22, which has already been extensively tested and found to be good.
Image quality - standard values Canon PowerShot A1300
Here you can test without saying much. A look at the technical Dante reveals only that the Canon A1300 brings pretty much what is the norm in this price range: 16 megapixels on a 1/2 0.3-inch CCD sensor. Whether good or a less impressive picture quality brings with it remains to be seen.
The ISO range is ISO 100 to 1600 more reserved.
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