Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SX200 IS
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Canon Powershot SX200IS 12MP Digital Camera
Sam Amulyoto, REVIEW STREAM
22 March 2014
Excerpt: I love photography, and I have a habit of buying new cameras even when I don’t need them; I think I am addicted to them or something. What I would call my main camera is a Canon Digital Rebel.
Summary: Some people at DPReviews tell me it's user error, and maybe it is. But I find this camera overexposes every shot on "auto" mode. So I use manual and crank the exposure down. That sort of works, but isn't ideal. When new this was a $350 camera so for that price I was pretty disappointed with the image quality.
Summary: The camera produces fine pictures with rich colors. The anti-shake lens system is quite effective when zooming in distant subjects at x12. It has a better quality elevated flash that is very effective, and the rechargeable battery retains its charge impressively. The camera costs more, but it offers more.
Excerpt: One of the best digital cameras i've purchased. it has lots of function and even amateur users can easily learn fast. Besides taking good quality pictures has video function can record and play in hd. Very recommend, although it can be a bit pricey for some but it's very worth it!!
The Canon SX2001X Digital Camera takes awesome pictures
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Canon SX2001S Digital Camera is compact in size but not is not lacking in quality. If you have had a problem working a camera in the past or if you are an excellent photographer this camera is for you. Point, click and shoot is the best way to establish a relationship between you and this camera.
Excerpt: This camera delivers fanatastic picture quality, both indooors and out. There are a lot of manual settings for fine adjustments for those who really like to play with their toys. It is designed to actually make it difficult to put your finger over the pop-up flash, which is a nice touch. (Some of these modern cameras are the size of cracker jack toys, but this one actually feels like a camera.