Canon PowerShot A3500 IS 16MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom, 3.0-Inch LCD (Red)

May 31, 2015 - Comment

Canon’s convenient built-in Wi-Fi® is now available in the A-Series! The easy-to-use PowerShot A3500 IS digital camera lets you share high quality images with friends and family, right away and from virtually anywhere, with built-in Wi-Fi®. You can post to Facebook®, Twitter® and YouTubeTM, send to email, share with your tablet or smartphone, and even

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Canon’s convenient built-in Wi-Fi® is now available in the A-Series! The easy-to-use PowerShot A3500 IS digital camera lets you share high quality images with friends and family, right away and from virtually anywhere, with built-in Wi-Fi®. You can post to Facebook®, Twitter® and YouTubeTM, send to email, share with your tablet or smartphone, and even print to a wireless PictBridge certified printer. Experience true Canon quality with the sharp resolution and natural color of the 16.0 Megapixel sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor. Stay steady while you get in close and out wide with the 5x Optical Zoom and 28mm Wide-Angle lens with Optical Image Stabilizer, plus Intelligent IS for both your still images and video. Smart AUTO recognizes and finds the optimal settings for 32 predefined scenes, so you always get a great shot. 720p HD Video is smooth and vivid – just press the movie button and shoot! With the 3.0-inch LCD monitor, it’s easy to frame and view your shots, and a handy Help Button provides simple explanations. The PowerShot A3500 IS makes it easy to get creative too, with fun shooting modes including Super Vivid, Poster Effect and Miniature

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Michael Berk says:

Canon used to make a great camera Wondered about the poor reviews but got this at Target for $49.99 figuring how can a Canon be that bad? I’ve taken better photos with a $10 Tracfone camera. At first, I thought it was my hands shaking, so I mounted on a tripod and still got muddy pictures. I did like the WiFi but not enough to keep the camera. Returned the next day.

elisha naylor says:

You get what you pay for. I’m not going to give a techs review. It takes ok pictures and is adequate. Outside looks better than inside. I’ve had disposables take better candids. Many pics come out blurry. Some pics are beautiful. Shutter speed/reaction is slow with auto focus. It does weird things with light and movement that produces either magical or useless photos depending. Auto focus is slower than I want. Effects are minimal. U have to take time to figure out how to access everything. The lens is sharp, meaning…

Mr. Shields says:

Simple camera that takes good photos. (Read Top Details) Canon makes great cameras that last but over the last two years the default “Auto” shooting is quite terrible to say the least. Auto is grainy and the colors are muddy looking, if you adjust it to Portrait(All settings are still auto) whether you are shooting people, nature, or architecture you will end up with a decent image for a budget camera. For those reading reviews about terrible image quality, it is probably that they were shooting in Auto which Canon has completely broken,…

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