Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SX130 IS
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Canon PowerShot SX130 IS Camera: Review
5 May 2013
Summary: The Canon PowerShot SX130 IS is a camera recently, presented during this month, and very interesting. To underline the high optical zoom, HD movies, manual controls, the optical stabilizer, the resolution, the various functions for portraits and many scene modes available for newbies.
Conclusion: Canon PowerShot SX130 IS megazoom camera The Canon PowerShot SX130 IS is an attractively priced digital super zoom camera. You get a lot of camera in return, 12 Megapixels resolution and a completely stabilized 12x optical zoom lens.
Canon SX130 IS - Powerful zoom, compact chassis and a decent performer [Review]
3 December 2010
Excerpt: The PowerShot series of cameras have long since spearheaded Canon's popularity in the imaging segment. Canon has two lines of compact cameras – the IXUS series, designed for those looking for sleek cameras, and the PowerShot series, that feature slightly bulkier bodies but with added manual features...
Summary: The Canon PowerShot SX130 IS is a very capable and affordable mid-range zoom compact camera. Its 12x optical zoom (28-336mm) lens with image stabilisation is great in use and having HD video is an extra bonus.
Pros: Capable zoom, manual focus ability, image stabilisation, 720p HD movie
Cons: No Raw files, JPEG artifacts from processing, build quality doesn’t outshine competitors
Summary: The Canon Powershot SX130 IS is an affordable compact super-zoom camera with 12 Megapixel resolution and a stabilised 12x optical range. Launched in September 2010 as a replacement for the popular PowerShot SX120 IS, it extends the zoom range along with adding 2 Megapixels, an HD movie mode and a...
Pros: Great image quality., Fully manual PASM exposure modes., Excellent optical image stabilization., 720p movies with quiet optical zooming.
Cons: Large and heavy compared to rivals., Poor continuous shooting speed., 10 min HD video shooting limit., Slow flash recycling.
Conclusion: There are plenty of similar cameras you can choose form. To be honest there is not a lot of difference between many of them. Each one offers you a combination of good picture quality and a fair selection of features.
Pros: Sharp pictures - colours - manual exposure controls - value for money - HD movies
Cons: A touch of purple fringing here and there - shutter delay - turn on time
Excerpt: Canon has two ranges of small cameras, the Ixus very much a pocket offering and the PowerShot slightly larger and using ‘AA’ batteries rather than the solid rechargable type. This in itself makes the overall camera larger and heavier.
Excerpt: Compact ultra-zoom cameras are perfect for people who want to expand their photographic horizons but don’t want to lug an SLR-shaped camera around. The Canon SX130 IS is amongst the cheapest ultra-zoom compacts, undercutting most rivals by £50 to £100.