CANON POWERSHOT A75 PDF

The A75 has the new direct print button, an orientation sensor, is powered by four AA batteries and takes Compact Flash media. This camera is aimed at the entry level user who is looking for something slightly more advanced than the A Canon , a leader in photographic and imaging technology, today announces the release of its new range-opening zoom lens digital camera, the 3. Fast auto-focus The 9-point AiAF is capable of focusing the 3x optical zoom quickly even when the subject is off-centre and can be switched to single point centre AF. An auto-assist beam helps to focus in low light conditions and the camera has a 5cm closest focusing distance. The flash can be synchronised to a slow shutter speed and includes red-eye reduction.

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External Controls Shutter Button: Resting in the center of the Zoom lever, this button sets focus and exposure when halfway pressed, and fires the shutter when fully pressed. Zoom Lever: Surrounding the Shutter button on the top panel, this lever controls the optical and digital zoom while in Record mode. In Playback mode, the wide side displays a nine-image index display of all images on the memory card, and accesses a "Jump" function that lets you scroll through index display screens quickly.

Alternatively, the telephoto position enlarges the currently displayed image as much as 10x, so that you can check on fine details. The options are as follows: Auto: The camera controls everything about the exposure, except for Flash and Macro modes, image size and quality settings.

Creative Zone Program AE P : Places the camera in control of shutter speed and lens aperture, while you maintain control over everything else i. All other exposure settings are available. In this mode, you maintain control over all other exposure variables.

Manual M : Provides complete control over all exposure settings, including shutter speed and lens aperture. Image Zone Portrait: Uses a large aperture setting to blur the background while keeping the primary subject in sharp focus. Landscape: Employs a small aperture setting to keep both the background and foreground in focus. May use a slower shutter speed, so a tripod is recommended. Night Scene: Uses slower shutter speeds and flash to even out nighttime exposures.

The slow shutter speed allows more ambient light to be recorded in the low-light areas, while the flash freezes the subject. The Red-Eye Reduction mode can be used with this exposure mode to eliminate Red-Eye in night portraits. Fast Shutter: Uses fast shutter speeds to stop action and maintain sharp focus on moving subjects.

Slow Shutter: Uses slow shutter speeds to blur fast-moving subjects. Stitch-Assist: Allows you to record a series of images, either horizontally, or vertically, to be "stitched" together into one panorama on a computer.

Movie: Records as long as three minutes of moving images with sound, at approximately 15 frames per second. Power Button: To the left of the Mode dial, this button turns the camera on or off. Mode Switch: Adjacent to the top right corner of the LCD monitor on the rear panel, this switch selects between Record and Playback modes.

They serve as the left, right, up, and down arrow keys to navigate through settings menus, and the center button is the Set button, better-placed in our opinion. In Record mode, the left and right buttons adjust available exposure settings, as well as manual focus, when enabled. The top button controls flash mode, while the bottom button accesses Macro and Manual Focus modes.

In Playback mode, the left and right buttons scroll through captured images. When an image has been enlarged, all four arrows pan within the view. Not available in Manual mode, since the user controls the exposure variables directly there. Flash Output: Manual mode only, takes the place of the Exposure Compensation option : Adjusts the overall flash intensity from Low to Full, in Manual mode only. In Manual mode, the flash fires only a single pulse, handy when you want to use the A75 with conventional "slave" triggers for external flash units.

White Balance: Controls the color balance of images. Resolution: Specifies the image resolution and quality settings. Still image resolutions are 2, x 1,; 1, x 1,; 1, x ; and x pixels. The new Postcard mode defaults to 1, x 1, for fine 4x6 printing, with the option of date printing on the photo.

Quality options activated by pressing the Set button are Superfine, Fine, and Normal. Movie resolutions are x , x , and x pixels. In Playback mode, this button displays the single-image erase menu. Playback includes a histogram view. It also dismisses the menu screen and backs out of menu selections. Set Button: Now part of the 5-way navigator right of the LCD monitor, this button confirms menu selections. It also switches between available exposure adjustments in Manual mode.

Battery Compartment Latch: Nestled in the center of the battery compartment door on the bottom of the camera, this sliding switch unlocks the door, so that it can slide forward and open.

Once unlocked, the lens ring can then be turned and removed to accommodate accessory lens kits. Camera Modes and Menus Record Mode: Marked on the Mode switch with the red camera icon, this mode sets up the camera for capturing still and moving images.

The following exposure modes are available: Manual M : Provides complete control over all exposure settings, including shutter speed and lens aperture. Program AE P : Places the camera in control of shutter speed and lens aperture, while you maintain control over everything else i. Auto: The camera controls everything about the exposure, except for Flash and Macro modes, and image size and quality settings. Portrait: Uses a large aperture setting to blur the background and keep the primary subject in sharp focus.

The slow shutter speed allows more ambient light to be recorded in the low-light areas, while the flash fully exposes the subject. Stitch-Assist: Allows you to record a series of images, either horizontally, vertically, or in a clockwise, degree pattern, to be "stitched" together into one large image or panorama on a computer. If off, the camera bases focus on the very center of the frame.

If on, the light automatically illuminates in dark shooting conditions. Digital Zoom: Turns the 3. Review: Turns the instant image review function on or off, with available image display times from two to 10 seconds.

Playback Mode: This mode lets you review captured images and movies on the memory card, as well as erase them, protect them, or tag them for printing and transfer. The traditional green Playback symbol denotes this mode on the Mode switch. Pressing the Menu button displays the following options: Protect: Marks the current image for write-protection, or removes write-protection.

Protected images cannot be deleted or manipulated, except through card formatting, which erases all files. Rotate: Rotates the current image 90 degrees clockwise. Sound Memo: Records a short sound clip to accompany a captured image.

Erase All: Erases all files on the memory card, except protected ones. Auto Play: Automatically plays all captured images in a slide show. Print Order: Determines how many copies of the current image will be printed, with options for creating an index print, imprinting the date and time, and imprinting the file number.

Setup Menu: This menu is available in all exposure modes, simply by pressing the Menu button and selecting the Setup tab. Also sets display shutdown time between 10 seconds and 3 minutes.

Reset: Resets file numbering with each new CompactFlash card. If disabled, the camera continues numbering in sequence, regardless of memory card.

Auto Rotate: Toggles Auto Rotate feature on and off. English is the default setting. My Camera Menu: This is the third menu tab on the menu screen, and appears in every mode. Theme: Selects a common theme for each My Camera menu settings item. Four options are available, the first one being Off. When a theme is selected, all of the following settings automatically adjust to that theme. You can also apply your own image using the Canon software. Startup Sound: Sets the startup sound when you turn on the camera to: No sound, Musical tone 1 , Musical tone 2 , or Birds chirping.

You can also apply your own sounds using the Canon software. Operation Sound: Sets the sound when any control or switch is use except the Shutter button. Options include Beep, Loud beep, Boing, and Chirp. Self-Timer Sound: Sets the sound that signals you when the shutter release is two seconds away. Options include Fast beeps 1 , Fast beeps 2 , Telephone ring, and Howling. Shutter Sound: Sets the shutter sound that you hear when you depress the Shutter button there is no shutter sound in Movie mode.

Options include Beep, Shutter sound, Boing, and Bark. The PowerShot A75 arrives with the following items: Wrist strap.

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External Controls Shutter Button: Resting in the center of the Zoom lever, this button sets focus and exposure when halfway pressed, and fires the shutter when fully pressed. Zoom Lever: Surrounding the Shutter button on the top panel, this lever controls the optical and digital zoom while in Record mode. In Playback mode, the wide side displays a nine-image index display of all images on the memory card, and accesses a "Jump" function that lets you scroll through index display screens quickly. Alternatively, the telephoto position enlarges the currently displayed image as much as 10x, so that you can check on fine details. The options are as follows: Auto: The camera controls everything about the exposure, except for Flash and Macro modes, image size and quality settings.

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