At ISO noise becomes very noticeable. Wide-angle 28mm equiv Full 14x optical zoom mm equiv Wide angle 28mm equiv Full optical zoom mm equiv The optical zoom provides an impressive zoom range from 28mm equivalent to mm equivalent, helping you zoom into distant subjects and view high levels of detail. White Balance Performance Auto White Balance - Incandescent lighting Incandescent preset - Incandescent lighting Auto White Balance - Fluorescent lighting Fluorescent preset - Fluorescent lighting Auto white balance under incandescent lighting produced images with a yellow cast, and using the incandescent preset produced much better results. Auto white balance under fluorescent lighting produced very good results and there is very little difference between the auto white balance and the preset. The portrait shot came out well, however there is some red-eye noticeable in this photo, and better results can be produced by using the red-eye reduction flash.
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The build quality is the usual marriage of plastic and metal, with the PowerShot SX HS feeling sturdy enough when gripped in the palm to withstand the odd drop or knock in its inactive state. Curved edges make it appear less boxy and rectangular than it actually is. Whilst the camera is bigger than your average compact, it still just about fits into your pocket and is reasonably light too at g even with the memory card and battery inserted. Plus the modest additional bulk feels a fair compromise for that built-in zoom power, the lens extending an ungainly 2-inches from the body when at maximum mm equivalent telephoto setting.
The GPS is set to off as a default and to enable it, you have to go into the main menu, go to settings and scroll down to the GPS sub menu. Changing modes and features such as the GPS is a simple task thanks to a friendly user interface UI and easy to use menu system.
Of the two menus, arguably the one you will use the most is the function menu. After all, it gives you access to the most used functions of the camera.
Everything is labelled clearly so you can understand what is what and the same goes for the main menu. The GPS system does have trouble indoors or under cover. We found it worked perfectly outside even with cloud cover. Software for uploading the pictures to Google Maps is included along with the manual disc in the box. You can easy install all items or custom install just the ones you want to. The ones that have GPS information will have a small satellite icon in the top corner.
The shooting mode wheel on the top right of the back plate features a plethora of options - 13 in total - with the sort of set up found on an entry-level DSLR in relation to its mixture of creative manual options, plus point and shoot modes for common subjects.
Smart Auto is deployed in movie mode, though, the camera referencing 18 different presets to find the most appropriate. Focus is automatically adjusted as the user zooms in or out, which, with no alternative manual adjustment ring, means the image can go soft for a moment or two before the camera locks on target.
Canon states that Dynamic Image Stabilisation also kicks in when shooting video to ensure smooth tracking shots, of use when filming whilst walking for example.
The SX HS records xp Full HD movies at 24fps with stereo sound, making it one of the few compact cameras currently on the market to offer such good quality. As previously touched on, it features Smart Auto with Scene Detection Technology whereby the camera compares subjects with 22 on-board variables and selects the most appropriate for optimum results. Also making an appearance here are shadow detail enhancing i-Contrast, Smart Flash Exposure which adjusts flash levels according to prevailing conditions, plus Face Detection technology which can recognize up to a whopping 35 faces in a frame, whilst Face Self Timer allows you as photographer to join them before the shutter fires.
The SX HS sports a built-in flash of the pop up variety. Good, as this lessens the chance of red eye with automatic red eye correction software further built-in as a belt and braces approach and selectable via the shooting menu folder. As expected, in the absence of any modest integral memory - something with which Canon has quietly stopped bothering with of late as resolutions have grown higher - captured pictures and movie clips are written to optional SD, SDHC or even higher capacity up to 2TB SDXC cards.
As regards video, the ability is also provided for Eye-Fi transfer and the camcorder-like direct upload of videos to YouTube to keep the younger members of the family happy. Though it offers a very extensive lens reach for a compact, the front of the SX HS is clean and unthreatening. Top right of the lens, we find a tiny catch for manually activating the pop up flash via a fingernail if required. There are also two small holes either side of the lens for the stereo sound microphones. Top Front The top plate strip is slightly more interesting.
Looking at the SX HS from the rear we find the flash positioned over to the far left and neatly flush with the body when not in use and a built in speaker for playing back sound with clips. Over to the far right where it naturally falls under the forefinger of the right hand is the shutter release button. Now encircling the shutter release button is a responsive rocker switch for operating the zoom - a nudge to the right zooming in, to the left zooming out.
Press this and the camera powers up in just over a second, rear LCD bursting into life, zoom extending to maximum wideangle setting and flash popping up nigh simultaneously so the camera is ready for action. Go on to fire the shutter and a full resolution 12 megapixel image is committed to memory in a couple of seconds, the screen briefly blanking out before returning to the real-time scene before the lens.
The amount of time the captured image appears on screen as a means of review can be altered via the menu folders. The SX HS features an excellent 3-inch, k dot resolution widescreen format LCD at the rear that displays a image ratio as its default setting. The High-speed Burst mode shoots at up to 8.
This rigidity ensures it clicks into place for each setting in such a way that it is hard to accidentally slip from one option to another when fetching the camera out of a pocket or camera bag. For the point and shoot brigade the SX HS has further easy access pre-optimised modes for portraits and landscapes, along with a kids and pets mode. A new addition to the shooting mode dial is the Movie Digest option.
This captures up to 4-seconds of the action before a shot is taken, then joining all the clips together from the same day into a single VGA movie, which creates a time-lapse movie overview. A familiar to Canon users at least toolbar of options is then presented at the left hand side of the LCD. Memory Card Slot Battery Compartment In the Scene mode, users are presented with the Smart Shutter mode which as it sounds allows the shutter to be controlled with a smile or a wink - increasing the overall user-friendly feel and handy for when you want to include yourself in the picture.
Yet give it a press and a virtual dial appears on screen with the formerly hidden settings now revealed. As it is, no less than six button presses are required before a duff shot can be deleted. Via the menu screens, users can also activate compositional grid lines or opt to present an image with grey bars cropping the default presented ratio to a ratio equivalent if so desired.
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The travel zoom category is more competitive than ever, with all the major manufacturers having their take with some great models to choose from. Thanks to increasingly compact designs, the travel zoom category sees long zoom lenses packed into a body that in many cases is only fractionally larger than regular compact dimensions. It measures The left hand is equally foxed by the pop-up flash, which sits on the left shoulder of the camera, so pretty much where your left index finger will be sitting. Otherwise the design is fetching, the concave silver waistband contrasting nicely with the dark grey of the body of our review model. As mentioned the controls lie to the right-hand side of the 3-inch widescreen display, with only the shutter and encircling zoom control sitting on the top. Best compact cameras The best point-and-shoot-cameras available to buy today The power button finds its way onto the back slope which we found to be conveniently placed to hit when needed and avoid when not.
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The Canon SX HS also offers a full range of manual exposure modes for more experienced photographers looking to take control, 8. The build quality is the usual marriage of plastic and metal, with the PowerShot SX HS feeling sturdy enough when gripped in the palm to withstand the odd drop or knock in its inactive state. Curved edges make it appear less boxy and rectangular than it actually is. Whilst the camera is bigger than your average compact, it still just about fits into your pocket and is reasonably light too at g even with the memory card and battery inserted. Plus the modest additional bulk feels a fair compromise for that built-in zoom power, the lens extending an ungainly 2-inches from the body when at maximum mm equivalent telephoto setting. The shooting mode wheel on the top right of the back plate features a plethora of options - 13 in total - with the sort of set up found on an entry-level DSLR in relation to its mixture of creative manual options, plus point and shoot modes for common subjects.