Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SX230 HS
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20 March 2015
Summary: The 14X lens is the star feature that I found during my Canon PowerShot SX230 review, without question. When you see a zoom lens that powerful on a camera as thin and stylish as the PowerShot SX230, you're sure to notice. However, perhaps the biggest star feature of the PowerShot SX230 is one that cannot be listed as a number on the outside of the camera's box -- the image quality.
Excerpt: Canon is having a good year with its PowerShot and Ixus cameras. Much of it is down to its 12-megapixel back-illuminated sensor, which appears yet again in the SX230 HS and helps it deliver the best photos we've ever seen from a pocket-sized ultra-zoom camera. Noise levels were incredibly low, with brightly lit shots resembling an SLR's output. Low-light shots were a little soft on detail but looked smoother and cleaner than its rivals.