Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SX600 HS
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4 August 2014
Summary: There's also built-in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) technologies to consider. Simply press the Mobile Device Connect Button to pair your SX600 HS with a smartphone or tablet running the iOS or Android Canon Camera Window app.
Pros: Exposure and Color were accurate in all shooting modes, Dedicated Video Capture Button is always ready to record, Intelligent I.S. helps steady the camera while shooting on the go or in low-light, Good overall image quality, 460k dot LCD is great for shooting and viewing images, Good shooting per...
Cons: More noise than expected at all ISO settings, Initial WiFi setup was not the easiest we have used., Slow Flash recharge times
Conclusion: For $50 more than the ELPH 340 HS, you can get a similar camera with an increased zoom. However, that camera failed to impress us as much as its predecessor, the ELPH 330 HS. So, even though it may have a better lens, for us the SX600 feels nearly identical to the 340, and don’t feel it’s worth the...
Pros: Compact, pocket-friendly body, 18x optical zoom, Easy to operate
Summary: The Canon Power-shot SX600 HS is one of those rare creatures; a camera with no downside. It is light, compact, exceptionally well made, easy and fun to use, produces reliably excellent still image and video quality under almost any circumstances, and has enough versatility and all-round performance...
Pros: Focal range; Performance; Image Quality; Value for money
Summary: The Canon PowerShot SX600 HS is not only compact in size also packs loads of features. With 16 MP sensor and 18X zoom lens, it is one of the perfect choices for the beginners. The camera sports built-in Wi-Fi with NFC and can tag images with GPS data from your phone.
Excerpt: The PowerShotSX600 is a powerful pocket camera from Canon. This offering is small in size, runs on a solid rechargeable battery and has a huge 18x optical zoom, 16MP image capture as well as being able to take full HD movies at the touch of a button.
Summary: There’s a lot to like about Canon’s latest midrange travel-zoom compact. The Canon PowerShot SX600 HS is a doddle to operate thanks to simple menus and sensible controls, plus autofocusing, exposure metering and auto white balance all perform admirably.
Summary: A reliable 18x zoom travel compact with a range of useful functions
Pros: 18x optical zoom, Wi-Fi / NFC, Creative Filters, Probably the best thing about this camera is the 18x optical zoom, which offers a very good range for the majority of users in the majority of scenarios. It's not the longest available on the market, sure, but it's also not the most expensive. Imag...
Cons: No touchscreen, Lack of control in Creative mode, Macro focusing sometimes disappointing, There's not too much to dislike about the SX600, it's more a collection of small niggles, many of which may be down to personal preference anyway. For instance, the lack of a touchscreen or lack of control o...
Excerpt: Pocket ultra-zoom cameras are enduringly popular, and most manufacturers have two or more models in their range. Canon hasn't done much to distinguish between its models in the past –last year's SX270 HS and Canon SX280 HS were identical except for the latter's built-in GPS and Wi-Fi functions.