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A Retro Review Of Canon’s First PowerShot Camera, Released In 1996

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The Canon PowerShot 600

Few will remember the Canon PowerShot 600. I do. Was a cool camera.

At a glance:

  • Built-in CCD with a 570,000-pixel matrix
  • High-resolution lens (160 lines per mm)
  • B/W Text mode for shooting text clearly
  • CCD RAW mode permits images to be recorded without being compressed
  • Also compatible with PCMCIA Type II and III hard-disk cards
  • Can take wide-angle shots using a wide converter (optional) equivalent to 28mm

Coming from Dino Bytes by Gordon Laing here is a true retro review of the Canon PowerShot 600.

Here is DPReview’s review of the Canon PowerShot 600.

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