New ECO Mode helps reduce power consumption for longer battery life
The PowerShot A2500 takes energy conservation to the next level with ECO Mode, which provides more shots per single charge through LCD monitor and camera power management. ECO Mode can be activated via a dedicated button for easy power preservation when an outlet is unavailable or the moment is too exciting to put the camera down. ECO Mode quickly wakes the camera from sleep when a button is pressed so you won't miss the moment. When the fun with family and friends runs late into the evening, ECO Mode on the PowerShot A2500 makes sure your camera keeps up.
The fact that it doesn't come with an interface cable is insane.
April 30, 2014
Common sense will prevail.....
This camera is just a basic camera you can't expect much for the price. Settings are basic. As far as being able to adjust the size of the photo, use a picture software program if you need to change the size. It is always best to take the best picture possible and then resize afterwards. That way one can make large prints if you get a great shot. Now down loading pictures with any camera it is always faster to pull the card and download directly to your computer. Data cables are slow and not worth the time it takes to transfer from camera to the computer. With that said this camera is what it is point and shoot grab them on the fly and that is what I needed for work and quick trips. If you are looking for a camera with multiple features then look in a higher price range don't waste your time and money with this camera.
March 28, 2014
one major flaw
I owned this camera for one week and returned it because it was so difficult to see through the viewfinder outdoors.
I then bought a Canon A1400 because it has an optical viewfinder but haven't used it yet.
March 25, 2014
cannot get pictures and why Dutch or German?
No connecting cable, no instructions, no download and cannot get pictures from camera
March 13, 2014