Question about Canon PowerShot A620 Digital Camera
Nothing physically wrong with it as such, but it's far too dark in bright weather making it almost impossible to see. Canon suggest using the optical viewfinder instead, but this is of limited coverage and in any case the LCD is obligatory in some modes e.g. where focal point or metering is multi or off-centre. Can you suggest anything that would even slighly improve the brightness of the screen? The camera as such is great, but I'm finding this a big disadvantage.
You can get LCD hoods, perhaps you can find one that will strap around the movable lcd? They provide sufficient shade to see the screen clearly. They do look geeky though!
There is a brightness setting in one of the menus if I recall correctly, but it's of limited use.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
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