Canon PowerShot A95 Digital Camera Review
by David Vine
The Canon PowerShot A95 is an entry-level digital camera introduced in August 2004. This camera succeeds the A80, which stocks a 3.9 megapixel CCD. The updated PowerShot A95 comes with 5 effective megapixels, a 38-114mm optical zoom lens and a large 1.8-inch LCD monitor for a suggested retail price of $399.95
The A95 has many pragmatic advantages to offer, including a reasonable price tag, manual control options, and rotating 1.8-inch LCD monitor as well as a host of automatic preset controls. The A95 does also contain a few strong deterrents, particularly in its lack of control over stray noise and inadequate movie mode.