PowerShot Pro90 IS

Category: Camera
Manufacturer: Canon
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 3.26 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows ME
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.9.1 / 01 Apr 2007

Windows device driver information for PowerShot Pro90 IS

The PowerShot Pro90 IS digital camera makes use of a 7 to 70 mm lens 10X zoom and a built in IS shift type (image stabilizer) by Canon to provide users with low distortion and high resolution photos. This digital camera also gets rid of blurry photos all the while correcting irregularities and acquiring an improved background blur. Further, the image stabilizer of this camera device is both highly precise and compact due to its advanced mechanism. The PowerShot Pro90 IS digital camera can likewise provide a high digital resolution of 1856 (H) X 1392 (V) which is perfect for printouts in the postcard size up to 8 inches X 10 inches. It also has an all glass, high resolution lens with a rage of 10X zoom both for far and near distances so that both close-up and landscape photos have the same quality.

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This digital camera also has a setting for ‘flash’ white balance that is easily customizable, along with the standard 4 settings palette. In the mode ‘white paper shooting’, users are enabled to create their very own white balance and then store the customized setting in the camera’s memory. On the other hand, the mode CCD Raw is capable of maintaining the original quality of an image with reversible lossless compression all the while allowing the post exposure management of saturation, sharpening, contrast and white balance. The various functions of the PowerShot Pro90 IS digital camera conform to users’ diverse creative requirements. It implements AE modes wherein users can choose shutter and aperture priority which allows for improved control over subject motion, depth of field and brightness. In the event that users adjust a setting, the camera will automatically offset another setting. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PowerShot Pro90 IS errors before installing any driver updates.