دوربین دیجیتال کانون canon A710 IS (new)
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سنسور تصویر 7 مگا پیکسل
تنها دوربین دارای stabilizer (لرزش گیر) در سری A
6X زوم اپتیکال و 4X دیجیتال
LCD 2.5 " اینچی
20 حالت عکسبرداری
ماکرو 1 سانتیمتر
فیلمبرداری به صورت dvd و vcd 15 فریم و 30 فریم
9-Point AiAF - FlexiZone AF/AE - Digital Tele-Converter and Safety Zoom
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Take 1 Canon PowerShot A700, place in a bag. Add 1.1 million pixels and 1 Advanced Internal Optical Stabilization System. Shake well, and what comes out is the new PowerShot A710 IS!
Aside from being the first Canon A-series camera to have a built-in stabilizer, the PowerShot A-710 IS has the same design lines as the A700, but with the addition of a grey plastic section on the grip, and a dark silver body finish. Only the front surface of the camera is metal-clad, the rest being made of a slightly lighter colour silver plastic.
Four controls are grouped on the top right of the A710 IS. First is the On/Off button, which lights up in green at the centre when the camera is On. Second is the Mode Dial, which is typical of many Canon cameras, divided into two groups of programs, one called the Creative zone, and another called the Image zone (see further).
The third and fourth controls are combined: the 2-stage Shutter Release and the Zoom Control that rings it.
The zoom control is stepless, and transits the 6X zoom lens from wide angle to telephoto in approximately 2.5 seconds. With the camera set to the playback mode, the wide angle side / makes it possible to see images as thumbnails (index view) placing 9 images on the monitor when pushed once, and when pushed twice allows jumping from one set of 9 images to another using the up arrow of the 4-way controls (see further). Pulled to the telephoto side, /, it allows zooming into an image up to 10X.
As noted above, the Mode Dial provides 11 positions, each of which is a capture mode. Those above the Auto mode are referred to as the Creative zone, providing varying levels of control over the camera; while those below the Auto mode are referred to as the Image zone and preset the camera according to the subject to be photographed.
The Auto mode is designed to be the simplest mode to use, requiring neither a basic understanding of camera settings, nor "classifying" the subject to select the Scene mode.
The Creative Zone modes contains:
And the Image Zone encompasses:
The A710 IS is equipped with an optical viewfinder that can, in a pinch, be used to take photos. The viewfinder is devoid of any markings and its exit pupil is quite small, making it a touch difficult to use.
To its right, two LEDs indicate camera activity: the top one indicating focus (green), and potential camera shake (orange); the bottom one indicating flash charging (yellow).
Below the viewfinder a 2.5-inch, 115,000 pixel LCD monitor, unchanged from the A700, offers an average resolution, but a good refresh rate, and its brightness is automatically increased when shooting in dark conditions.
The other external controls of the A710 IS are grouped on the right side of the monitor, starting with the Mode Switch, which serves to select either the capture or the playback modes.
Next are two round buttons positioned side by side over the 4-direction control.
The 4-direction control, with the FUNC. SET button at its centre, serves to scroll through the menus in both capture and playback, change camera settings such as aperture and shutter speed in the modes that allow it, set exposure compensation, etc. Its up and down arrows also support additional function:
As is the case with most Canon compact cameras, the A710 IS has a FUNC. SET button at the centre of its 4-direction control. The button serves to confirm selections made in the menu when a menu is on-screen, and in playback when an image is magnified on-screen, it serves to "lock" the magnification level, making it possible to move from one image to the next using the right/left arrows and retain the magnification.
The FUNC. SET button also serves to call up the Function Menu, which contains basic image capture settings. This menu can be displayed in all capture modes, but offers the most settings when the camera is set to P, Av, Tv or M:
Two more buttons are located below the 4-direction control. MENU, on the right, calls up the menu which varies with the mode the camera is in, Capture or Playback. (See the Characteristics section of the review for more information).
DISP. on the left, controls the monitor (On or Off) and the quantity of information superimposed on the display. In a capture mode, pressing the DISP. button cycles through a display that indicates current settings around the periphery of the frame, to one that shows only the most basic settings and the AF frame, to simply turning off the monitor so power can be conserved while the optical viewfinder is used.
Set to the playback, the DISP. button cycles through three presentations. One simply displays the image file number at the top of the monitor, and its position within the images contained in the folder at the lower left, followed by an indication of the image's quality and size settings and the date and time at which it was captured.
Another presentation provides a greater level of detail about camera settings, placing a thumbnail at the top left of the screen, and making possibly overexposed areas flash.
This presentation also places a histogram below the image, while the shot data is shown on the right side of the monitor: capture mode, ISO, shutter speed and aperture, exposure compensation, flash compensation, white balance, metering mode, image size and compression, in addition to the information presented with the previous display.
A third presentation simply displays the image full-screen, ideal for slide shows.