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The PowerShot A410 is a compact digital camera which was introduced by Canon in September 2004, with a 3.2 megapixel CCD sensor giving images of up to 3072x2304 pixels. It is fitted with a 5.4-17.3mm f/2.8-5.1 (3.2x) zoom lens, 35mm equivalent 41-131mm, incorporating Canon's AiAF TTL autofocus system.

Storage is via Secure Digital or MultiMediaCard flash memory cards. Power comes from two AA batteries.