James's Camera Collection: Canon Powershot A20

Canon Powershot A20 Japan Other Canon Cameras Company History 35mm cameras
Canon Powershot A20
Camera type: Digital
Approx. dates of manufacture: 2001
Sensor Size: CCD 1/2.7"
Max Resolution: 1600x1200 (2.1 megapixel)
Memory card: Compact Flash (CF)
Battery: four AA
Approx. original price: $500
Approx. street value: $10

Canon makes several series of non-SLR digital cameras; each line of cameras begins with a letter-number designation. The A series is the entry-level tier; they're the least expensive but they also lag in features. The Sx00 Elph series is the most compact. The Sx series is mid-tier—larger and more powerful. The G series is the top: it has a lot of the EOS features but lacks interchangable lenses.

This is one of the early Canon point-n-shoot digitals, along with the A10. I got it from a friend who retired her old cameras.

 

For more information: Canon Camera Museum

Camera manual: Orphan Cameras.com

©opyright by James Ollinger. All Rights Reserved.
50207