Canon PowerShot A540 Video
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Canon PowerShot A540 Review
The good: Manual and automated exposure and focus controls; solid image quality; robust burst mode; usable ISO 800 shots.
The bad: Long flash-recycle time; LCD washes out in direct sunlight.
The bottom line: Solid image quality plus manual and automated exposure controls make the Canon PowerShot A540 a nice low-cost option for snapshooters and photo enthusiasts.
Canon PowerShot A540 Specs
Part number: 1118B001
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