8-megapixel: With the PowerShot A590IS, you'll see the difference 8 megapixels of resolution make when you crop images
and make enlargements that are true-to-life and filled with rich detail.
Zoom: The 4x optical zoom lens lets you capture everything from landscapes to snapshots with the brightness and
clarity. The additional 4x digital zoom lets you enlarge the details before or after shooting.
1.8" LCD: The camera's 1.8" LCD screen gives you an excellent view, both for shooting and reviewing your images.Sleek
The compact, lightweight body makes it easy to tote this cameraa wherever you go.
High ISO sensitivity: A new ISO 800 setting reduces the effects of camera shake and sharpens subjects in low-light
situations, giving you greater shooting flexibility.
DIGIC II Image Processor: Canon's DIGIC II Image Processor is designed to improve processing speed and image quality.
It provides markedly faster camera startup, autofocus and playback.
iSAPS Technology: Using an internal database of thousands of different photos, iSAPS works with the fast DIGIC II
Image Processor to improve focus speed and accuracy, as well as exposure and white balance.
Widescreen mode: The widescreen (16:9) resolution option produces images and film clips that are perfect for your
widescreen TV or computer monitor.
Movie mode: Record your movies in VGA (640 x 480) Movie Mode with sound.
Memory: This digital camera comes with a 16MB memory card which stores around 10 pictures at the highest resolution.
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Printing modes: In addition to standard photo printing, you can create ID photo prints in 28 sizes or use the Movie
Print function to print multiple stills from a recorded movie on a single sheet from a Canon Selphy Photo Printer.
Print & Share button: Direct printing is easier than ever—simply connect the camera to a Canon direct
photo printer or PictBridge-enabled printer, press the Print & Share button and you've got great images in hand.