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This Canon PowerShot A530 Digital Camera with 5 MegaPixel Resolution and 4x Optical Zoom, is now just £96.99 [Now £95] including free SuperSaver delivery from Amazon.Co.UK

Features: 5.0 Megapixel * 4x optical zoom * DIGIC II, iSAPS and 9-point AiAF * 17 shooting modes (9 special scene modes) * My colours in camera photo effects * ISO 800 * Widescreen 19:9 still image recording * Smooth VGA movie clips with sound * 1.8" LCD with night display and grid line display * Pictbridge & print/Share button * USB 2.0 High speed connectivity
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The PowerShot A530's 5.0 Megapixel CCD sensor captures enough fine detail for large photo quality prints, with plenty of scope for post-shoot cropping. A bright 4x optical zoom lens gives you the flexibility to shoot up close without sacrificing quality. It combines with the digital zoom for an impressive 16x magnification. Canon's DIGIC II image processor links all camera functions and processes images at high speed for excellent responsiveness and extended battery life. iSAPS technology uses scene information to optimise camera settings before the shot is taken. 9-point AiAF keeps your images sharply focused - even with off-centre subjects. Choose from 17 shooting modes to get that perfect shot. 9 Special Scene modes assist with tricky lighting conditions, including Beach, Foliage and Snow. Further enhance your images with My Colors in-camera colour management tools. A high-speed ISO 800 setting allows you to shoot correctly exposed images in indoor or near-dark conditions without using a flash. ISO 800 also enables shooting at higher shutter speeds, reducing the risk of image blur. Shoot still images in Widescreen 16:9 mode for seamless playback on widescreen TV or printing on wide size paper to a SELPHY CP printer - perfect for displaying panoramas in all their glory. Make extra long VGA quality movie clips with full audio. View them with friends and family on the camera's LCD screen, or connect to a TV or PC for full screen playback. A 1.8" LCD brings pleasure to framing and reviewing your creations. A selectable Grid Line Display helps with composition, while Night Display aids screen visibility after dark. Connect to any PictBridge or Canon Direct Print compatible photo printer and push the Print/Share button for a full colour photo in seconds. Upload images to your PC quickly and effortlessly with a USB 2.0 Hi-Speed connection.

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[/COLOR]The PowerShot A530 features ISO 800 so you can enjoy flash-free shooting for longer. Combined with 5.0 Megapixels and a 4x optical zoom, this compact performer offers a lot of camera for your money. Canon's DIGIC II image processor links all camera functions and processes images at high speed for excellent responsiveness and extended battery life. iSAPS technology uses scene information to optimise camera settings before the shot is taken. 9-point AiAF keeps your images sharply focused - even with off-centre subjects Choose from 17 shooting modes to get that perfect shot. 9 Special Scene modes assist with tricky lighting conditions, including Beach, Foliage and Snow. Further enhance your images with My Colors in-camera colour management tools.
#2
good deal rayman, 4 optical is good.

Does anyone know the story for Kodak, are they being bought over/changing companies ?
i heard they are giving up and selling the company cause they cant keep up with evryone else, eh !! i thought kodak was BIG anyway.

sorry for thread hi-jacking rayman hehe
#3
That's okay saxo_appeal :)

It would seem strange for Kodak to be bought out, but I don't know anything about that...
#4
Think i heard it on the news mate
#5
Today? I'll have a quick search...

I know they weren't too pleased when digital cameras became very popular, leading to them not producing film cameras anymore.
#6
It was a couple of weeks ago i heard the news.
#7
I seem to remember that Kodak were until recently the biggest digital seller in the US - either Canon or Sony toppled them.

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