Canon PowerShot SX10 IS 8 to 10 Megapixel

PowerShot SX10 IS

Whether the action is fast or slow, close up or far away, you'll always get the shot you want with the PowerShot SX10 IS. This camera puts you on the cutting edge of advanced technology, with an incredibly powerful 20x Optical Zoom, 10-megapixel resolution, and new DIGIC 4 Image Processor for high-performance face and motion detection.

User Reviews (2)

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reetrob   Casual [Dec 27, 2009]
Strength:

Brilliant zoom & clarity

Weakness:

According to a lot of reviews I'd read before buying my PowerShot, the main gripe is that the lens cap can become lost because it's not attached to the camera body.

I overcame this by heating the point of a small guage knitting needle and making a hole in the lens can just under the 'C' of Canon. I then got some black heavy duty sewing thread, doubled it over and threaded it through the metal strap carrier. I twisted the thread (holding one end & twisting the other) lots of times, and then put both ends together. This formed a thicker 'rope'. (This may have to be attempted quite a few times until you get it right!) I threaded this rope from the front of the lens cap through to the back and made a large knot in it. This large knot stops dust from entering the area between the cap and the lens. I'm now confident that my lens cap won't go astray!!

Canon PowerShot SX10IS digital camera

Similar Products Used: None.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
mdvaden   Casual [Feb 21, 2009]
Strength:

Zoom. Great price. Smooth controls. Excellent focus.

Weakness:

Having read specs and reviews and knowing what I was getting, I have not found a weakness.

Possibly that I had to buy a bigger camera bag, but again, I knew in advance that it was going to be bigger than my older S1 IS Powershot.

To keep it short, the Canon SX10 provided the best first batch of images I"ve ever got from a digital camera. Comfortable to hold and operation was smooth as silk. Full zoom photos taken handheld of tree twigs 35 feet were crisp, preserving details of buds. Not easy to explain that, but I'm an arborist and take my word that this camera captured substantial crisp details. Details as small as one milliimeter - maybe smaller. Amazing for a point and shoot. It autofocused very good. As with my last Canon, I'm glad this uses 4 AA batteries. Simple and practical. A size I keep for my flashlights and other stuff.

Similar Products Used: Canon S1 IS with 10 zoom
Canon A650 IS with 12 megapixels
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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