Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SX700 HS
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13 August 2014
Summary: The summer is a good season for traveling abroad, and what better way to capture that once in a lifetime experience than to capture memorable pictures. While most of us tend to just rely on our smartphones these days, having a dedicated camera still has plenty of advantages.
Pros: 30x Zoom, Built-in Wi-Fi, Plenty of shooting options, Good image noise control
Cons: NFC functions are limited, Can’t be charged via USB
Summary: The Canon PowerShot SX700 HS is Canon's flagship compact super-zoom, going head to head in a competitive market with models from Panasonic and Sony - the Lumix TZ60 / ZS40 and Cyber-shot HX50V / HX60V.
Pros: 30x optical zoom., Excellent stabilisation., Built-in Wifi with NFC., Manual focus with peaking., 1080p/60 HD video.
Cons: Poor Battery life., Limit remote shooting features., No HD High speed movie mode., Inaccurate zoom magnification scale.
Summary: Offering a 30x optical zoom in a pocketable package, the SX700HS might just be the perfect compact for travellers
Pros: 30x optical zoom Wi-Fi / NFC Manual control, The best thing about this camera, as you'd expect it to be, is the 30x optical zoom functionality. It shoots great, crisp images at either end of the telephoto zoom, and optical image stabilisation does a fantastic job of keeping shots blur free. It's ...
Cons: No touchscreen Can't change AF point Limited control over creative modes, Thankfully, there's not too much to dislike about the SX700HS, it's more a case of a little niggle here and there which stop it from being the perfect travel camera. I'd like to be able to shoot in raw format for a bit of a...
Excerpt: The Canon SX700 HS is the successor to the Canon SX280 HS , one of our favourite cameras of 2013. We like cameras that pack big zooms into slim bodies, and the SX280 HS delivered the highest photo and video quality we had seen from such a camera.
Summary: Canon SX700 HS is a promising camera with a whole new bunch of features and modes. In good lighting conditions it can do wonders with its 30x optical zoom and 16-megapixel sensor. • Compact and sturdy • Stable shots even on maximum zoom • Host of features and modes • High Zoom • Full HD recording at...
Pros: Compact and sturdy , Stable shots even on maximum zoom , Host of features and modes , High Zoom , Full HD recording at 60fps
Cons: Stiff Mode dial , Tricky Wireless connectivity , Average performance in low light condition