Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Canon Powershot A2000 IS Digital Camera Review

by Tim Barribeau

The Canon PowerShot A2000 IS is a low-price point-and-shoot that packs an impressive 6x zoom lens and 10-megapixel sensor into a compact package. The lack of aperture- and shutter-priority modes indicates that it's squarely aimed at people who don't want to have to fiddle with manual settings. In our lab tests, it did well in terms of color accuracy and video performance, but struggled in many other areas. However, it's quite affordable at $230, and strikes us as a decent possibility for point-and-shooters who want a low-price camera with a substantial zoom.