Canon PowerShot A20 User Guide

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 Using the Flash
You can set the flash mode to match the
shooting conditions.
Approximate File Size for One Image
  PowerShot A10
 
 
  
 
 (1280 
×
   960)
693KB
450KB
228KB
 
 (1024 
×
   768)
450KB
294KB
155KB
 
 (  640 
×
   480)
208KB
141KB
79KB
  PowerShot A20
 
 
  
 
 (1600 
×
 1200)
957KB
611KB
302KB
 
 (1024 
×
   768)
450KB
294KB
155KB
 
 (  640 
×
   480)
208KB
141KB
79KB
• These figures reflect standard shooting conditions
established by Canon. Actual totals may vary
according to the subject and shooting conditions.
• These settings can only be adjusted for the
first frame in 
 mode.
• Resolution and compression setting are
retained even after camera is turned off.
• For information about the image capacities
of each CF card type, see page 22.
The flash may fire automatically
as required by the light level.
The red-eye reduction lamp
fires with each shot.
The flash fires automatically as
required by the light level.
The flash will fire.
The flash will not fire.
The flash timing is adjusted to
slow shutter speeds. This
reduces the chance that the
background will be dark when
shots are taken at night or in
rooms with artificial lighting. The
red-eye reduction lamp fires
with each shot. Use of a tripod
is recommended.
Red-Eye
Reduction,
Auto
Auto
On
Off
Slow-
Synchro
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