Home Cameras Compact Short Report: Canon PowerShot Pro1
Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Short Report: Canon PowerShot Pro1

This compact 8-megapixel camera includes a professional-level lens

One outstanding feature is that the zoom ring changes to a focusing ring when manual focus is used, making manual focus very easy. Filters attach with an included bayonet holder and the 1.5x tele accessory lens attaches smartly with a readily available bayonet adapter.

Contact: Canon, (800) OK-CANON, www.powershot.com.

Resolution: 8 megapixels (2/3-inch, 3264x2448 pixels)
Lens (35mm equivalent): 28-200mm ƒ/2.4-3.5
Viewfinder: EVF
LCD Size: 2 inches
Media Type: CF cards
Shooting Modes: Program, Shutter- and Aperture-Priority, Manual, plus Portrait, Landscape, Night Scene, Stitch Assist and 2 Custom Settings
Exposure Compensation: ±2 stops in 1/3-EV steps
Metering System: Evaluative, spot, center-weighted
Focus Modes: AF-normal, macro; Super Macro
Shutter Speeds: 15 to 1/4000 sec.
Apertures: 2.4 to 8
ISO Equivalency: 50-400
Power Source: Li-Ion
Size: 4.6x2.8x3.6 inches
Weight: 19 ounces
Price: List-$1,099; Street-$999


Key Features

• 8-megapixel compact camera

• Pro-designated L-series wide-angle zoom

• Flip-out, swivel LCD monitor

• Ring on the lens for zoom and manual focus 


Add Comment


  • International residents, click here.
Check out our other sites:
Digital Photo Pro Outdoor Photographer HDVideoPro Golf Tips Plane & Pilot