Canon PowerShot A2300 Price List October, 2019 & Specs in Philippines
Canon PowerShot A2300 P Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom - intl
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|Camera Version||Body Only|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||95 x 54 x 20mm|
Reviewed on 2012-08-17
The Canon PowerShot A2400 IS and PowerShot A2300 have very good picture quality for their class and are loaded with effects and filters
The cameras' flat buttons and cramped layout may make use difficult for some and shooting performance is slow, particularly shot-to-shot. The lenses require a lot of light or high ISOs when zoomed in. Battery life is short
When it comes to entry-level point-and-shoots, Canon's A-series PowerShots consistently excel in picture quality. That certainly holds true for the 16-megapixel A2400 IS and A2300. The two simple sub-$150 ultracompact cameras are good choices for anyon...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-07-18
Built-in help guide, Available in a good range of colours, Good creative modes, Images have really good colour reproduction, Easy to use, Canon PowerShot A2300
Only 720p HD video recording, No fast continuous shooting, Image detail isn't sufficient for large prints
The A2300 was launched in February 2012 as part of Canon's range of PowerShot cameras, as well as the A810, A1300, A2400 IS and A3400 IS. It is available in black, silver, pink and blue for around £90 - £100.Canon PowerShot A2300 Features The A2300 has...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-05-01
5x optical zoom, Small and slim, light and sleek, 16 Megapixel Sensor, Dedicated help button.
No optical image stabilisation, Digital IS is not full resolution, No optical zoom while in movie mode, Poor High ISO noise performance.
Canon PowerShot A2300 review The Canon PowerShot A2300 is a budget point-and-shoot-compact introduced in January 2012. It has a 16 Megapixel CCD sensor and a 2.7in screen with 230k pixels. The 5x zoom boasts a 28mm wide angle and a bright f2.8 maximum...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-04-03
Inexpensive. Compact. Sharp lens. Fairly speedy.
Poor high ISO performance. Lacks image stabilization. Limited video support
The Canon PowerShot A2300 ($149.99 direct) may seem like a bargain on the surface. The attractive metal-bodied camera is compact, it grabs sharp 16-megapixel photos, sports a 5x zoom range, and it's pretty responsive. It isn't perfect, as its hi...Read more >