Canon PowerShot Pro70. This great camera was probably one of the most anticipated devices of early 1999 along with the Sony DSC-D700 which was undoubtedly its main rival.
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However, many professionals defined it as the camera for the true photographer, with excellent background photography and a solid reputation for producing high quality products, the PowerShot Pro 70 certainly has good stability.
The Pro70 is different in design to other digital cameras in that it resembles a traditional SLR camera, with a barrel lens, zoom switch on the side of the lens and the traditional SLR grip on the right side is a camera Easy to hold. Although you pay for comfort in weight, the camera weighs approximately 800 g charged with one of its two NiMH rechargeable battery charger batteries. It also has other 35mm-friendly features as a 3: 2 aspect ratio (same as 35mm film) and a high quality 28mm (wide) 70mm (zoom) lens. And some of the most unique features like its pull out / revolving LCD and flash shoe.
LCD rotating screen. At the back we have excellent pull out and touch LCD. In its security configuration carefully folded away, side of the screen in, against the back of the camera, you can easily turn it around and have it in a multitude of different charges, including traditional ‘screen out’ on the back of The camera (see animation) we find this feature one of the best innovations in this camera, helping shooting positions and difficult lighting has no end.
Connectors and compartments. CF compartment, on the right side of the body we find the CF card slots, this camera has the unique feature of being able to take two CF cards (switchable by hitting the CF button at the top) also a ‘Type II’ what Means a larger capacity (inc. IBM 340MB microdrive). Once the card (s) are in place it locks them into place with an unusual orange lever.