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Brand: Canon
Product Code: SX-600
Availability: 10

Price: $163.00

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Canon PowerShot SX600 HS Review – Features Canon has done an admirable job when it comes to equipping the SX600. It features the very latest optical, autofocus, image stabilisation and sensor technology, a good selection of fun and interesting features, but remains simple and easy to use. The key feature is of course the lens, which offers 18x optical zoom, equivalent to 25-450mm, encompassing both ultra-wide angle and a useable long telephoto. It’s not particularly fast, with a maximum aperture of only f/3.8-6.9, but the clever part is how it manages to fold away inside such a compact body.

The SX600 is only 26mm thick, slimmer than many other pocket compacts, but that 18x zoom lens folds down completely flush with the front panel. Watching from the side as it folds itself away is like a conjuring trick; there really doesn’t appear to be enough room for the lens, the sensor and the monitor screen within the thickness of the camera body. Despite the SX600 costing less than £200, Canon hasn’t skimped on the high-tech bells and whistles. The sensor is a 16.0 megapixel 1/2.3in back-side illuminated CMOS chip, combined with Canon’s Digic 4+ processor and HS technology, for improved low light performance. Canon PowerShot SX600 HS Review - red

Shooting modes The SX600 features subject-tracking AF/AE with face recognition, which continually scans the scene and automatically keeps the camera focused, even on a moving subject, so you hardly ever have to wait for it to focus, even at maximum zoom. It means sharper shots that are quicker to take. The SX600 has three shooting modes, selected by a small switch on the thumb rest. One is the standard automatic exposure mode, but the other two are more unusual. In “Creative Shot” mode, the camera shoots a quick sequence of shots, applying different filter effects to each, and displaying them as a collage or mini slide-show. The other is the “Hybrid Auto” mode, in which the camera enters a continuous video recording mode, so that when a picture is taken, it also records a short video sequence from a couple seconds before and after the exposure. It’s quite a bizarre way to record events, but also different and interesting. Other advanced technology inside the SX600 includes Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) connectivity, allowing the camera to communicate with Canon’s free CameraWindow smartphone app. Using the app you can add GPS co-ordinates to your pictures, share them on social media sites and even shoot pictures remotely. Some people might find the manually activated pop-up flash to be an annoyance, but personally I like it. It means you have to make a conscious decision to use the flash, so hopefully you’ll be less likely to use it when the subject is out of range, or at other inappropriate times. It also puts the flash further from the lens, reducing the likelihood of red-eye. Read more at http://www.whatdigitalcamera.com/reviews/compact-cameras/canon-powershot-sx600-hs-review/#KEV5yt1KfXrrTbet.99

Title CANON SX600
Brand Canon
Connection to PC Yes
Color Black, White and Red
Touchscreen X
Chip Type iSAPS
Digital Camera Type Point & shoot camera
Image quality
Megapixel 16.0 Megapixels
Autofocus TTL Autofocus
Storage Capacity
Flash card support SD, SDHC, SDXC
Display Type PureColor II G (TFT)
Screen Size 3 inch
Display Resolution 461 000
Voice Recording Yes
Number of USB 2.0 ports 1
Lens System
Changeable Lens No
Optical Zoom 18x
Power Management
Battery type Battery Pack NB-6L/NB-6LH, AC Adapter Kit ACK-40
Weight & Dimensions
Product weight 188 g
Dimensions (mm) 103,8 x 61,0 x 26,0 мм
Technical Information
USB Port USB 2.0
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