Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SX200 IS
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Canon PowerShot SX200 IS Camera: Review
8 May 2013
Summary: Charming, high quality and also has manual controls, the new Canon PowerShot SX200 IS is a great camera for both experts and novices and ensures perfect photos even group with ease. To underline the sensor, the optical zoom, the image stabilizer, HD movies, HDMI output and compact size.
Pros: Zoom; Controlli manuali; Modalità Smart Auto ; Filmati in HD; Risoluzione sensore; Face e Motion Detection.
Cons: Pop-up flash, No optical zoom in video mode.
Conclusion: It is a highly recommendable unit that would make a great travel companion or gift for somebody who enjoys compact photography (and high definition video recording) and, in this case, its ability to switch between fully automated shooting, numerous pre-programmed and specific scene settings, and...
Conclusion: The Canon PowerShot SX200 IS is a very good choice for an all-around digicam—even for people who don’t travel that much. It takes fine people shots, works simply in smart auto, offers plenty of scene modes, and even lets you tweak manual adjustments.
Conclusion: Featuring 12 megapixels, 12X optical zoom with optical image stabilization and both automatic and manual controls, Canon has certainly made a solid offering in the compact super-zoom market. The Canon PowerShot SX200 is a compact super-zoom with good ergonomics and build quality.
Pros: Good image quality with good color accuracy and overall sharpness, Compact design with good ergonomics; packs a 12X zoom lens with image stabilization, Big 3 inch LCD with good sharpness and visibility, Very good performance (two exceptions), Variety of scene modes with auto scene selection, Full...
Cons: Rather obvious color fringing (chromatic aberration) and edge softness, Annoying popup flash comes up whenever the camera is turned on, Weak flash with long recycle times, Optical zoom is locked when recording movies, Slow burst mode frame rate; telephoto focusing could’ve been faster
Conclusion: Canon PowerShot SX200 IS megazoom digital camera The Canon PowerShot SX200IS Megazoom camera is a very interesting camera. Interesting for both the amateur and newbie photographer, and certainly also for the hobby photographer. The design is simply top-notch, radiating the famous Canon quality.
Summary: As companies like Fuji and Kodak dive into the digital photo realm to escape the demise of celluloid, long-time camera bigwigs like Canon and Nikon are having to step up to the plate to maintain market position. The result? It's a great time to be on the market for a new digital camera .
Summary: That’s the dream of the pocket super-zoom camera: small enough to take anywhere, but sporting an impressive zoom range that covers almost every conceivable situation, from wide-angle panoramas to serious telephoto close-ups.
Pros: 12x zoom in a pocket camera., HD movies in the 720p format., Full manual control over exposure., Good auto mode and helpful hints.
Cons: No optical zoom while filming video., Flash always raises at power-up., Pointlessly slow 0.8fps ‘burst’ rate., Some coloured fringing in corners.
Excerpt: Cameras like the SX200 are the reason Canon is one of the most well-known and trusted camera brands in the Australian market. If you’re looking for a reliable compact camera for general day-to-day use or if you’re about to head off on a holiday adventure and want a true ‘all-rounder’ unit to capture...
Excerpt: This is a little larger than the very popular Ixus range but still a good deal smaller than a DSLR or DSLR size type of unit. It certainly feels a little more meaty in the hand than its smaller sibling.