Available For Pre-Order The Canon PowerShot A800

Posted: Jan 13 2011, 6:28am CST | by , in Digital Camera


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This is a new camera by Canon that debut at CES 2011.

The Canon PowerShot A800 is available at Amazon for $89.00.

Cameras are so special to us because they can capture a moment in time that we can cherish for a lifetime. We love to have great pictures but we also want a camera that is easy to use and does not cost a fortune. This PowerShot A800 is all those things and more.

The 10.0 Megapixel camera lets you create large photos of family and friends. The high-resolution images taken by the PowerShot A800 can be enlarged up to 13" x 19". The PowerShot A800 has a 3.3x Optical Zoom lens that lets you capture pictures up close like never before. It also features a bright clear 2.5-inch screen so you can see what you are shooting and have shot clearly. You can also shoot in VGA at 30 fps for up to 32 minutes so you can get great video without having to get another device. This is a great camera at a great price so do not miss out pre-order yours today.

The Canon PowerShot A800 is available at Amazon for $89.00.

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