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DCRP Review: Canon PowerShot A710 IS Photo Gallery  
   

by Jeff Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
Last Updated: December 31, 2011

You read our review of this camera, right?

Unless otherwise noted, photographs below were taken at default settings, with the ISO fixed at 80. The image quality and resolution were at their highest levels.

Photos 1-3 were taken in Princeton-by-the-Sea, CA.

Photos 4-7 were taken in Chinatown.

Photos 8-12 are from Stanford University.

Photo 13 was taken in Berkeley.

Photo 14 was taken here at home.

Clicking on the thumbnail will display a reduced, 800 x 600 image. Clicking on the link below that will show the full-size (large!) image. Please do not judge the photo quality from any image except for the full-size image, as these smaller images were recompressed when they were downsized.

I've noted any special modes I used underneath the photo. You can click on "View EXIF data" to get additional information about each photo. 


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My favorite nephew

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Purple fringing tunnel of doom

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Not the greatest shot, but wanted to show you a real world low light ISO 800 shot

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Took this at ISO 800. This is one of those cases where it's a noisy shot or no shot at all. Click here to see how it looks after some clean-up work in NeatImage.