Canon Powershot A610 ReviewPosted on 2005-11-17 00:27:25 by LSDsmurf
The Canon Powershot A610 is the successor to the popular A95, which was itself the successor to the A80. The "A" in these names refers to the fact that they use AA batteries rather than proprietary Li-ion cells such as are found in many other Canon digicams. This means batteries are always easy to find (though you'll probably want to buy a set of rechargeable NiMH cells). The A610 now uses an SD memory card rather than the CF card used by the A80 and A95. Most small digicams seem to be making this switch.. Read on over at Photo.net to learn more about this entry-level 5 megapixel digital camera from Canon.