Canon PowerShot SX10 IS

Announced Sep 17, 2008 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 28 – 560 mm (20×)
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kick ass camera, that'a all I can say Problems: not yet

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A few weeks on and so far so good. The best 'straight from the camera' shots with any digital camera I have owned. The colours are so authentic and the pictures are very sharp. Even my wife is very impressed and she is not interested in photography. There is minimal need for post shot processing - just a little sharpening in my case. Problems: Only two aspects which nearly made me send the camera back after a few days. It was only the suprerb shots that stopped me. Firstly not being able to ...

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jst13
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the best superzoom i ever had. my DSLR now is in the shelf very often!! Problems: continious shhoting is a bit slow

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I had the S2, S3, S5 and now upgraded to the SX10 and I can see that Canon has new improvements in each new model. It's a fantastic camera and once you learn all the details and how to work with it, you'll have a jewel in your hands. Problems: The LCD could be bigger. The lens cap!! You can easily lose it! Other than that, no more problems.

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siowyp
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Bought this model for its wide angle, swivel LCD screen and external flash hot shoe. Otherwise, there are other smaller, lighter models in the market. There is actually a filter thread to mount a 52mm UV. Problems: 1. Too heavy. 2. Purple fringing. 3. Jog dial not sturdy, will accidentally press the 4-arrow functions while turning the wheel. 4. Minimum focus distance: 0.5m in wide angle and 1m in full telephoto. That's just not enough to take close-up even when the macro is activated. 5. Have ...

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This camera is by no mean small. It is as big as the oly420 But I like the camera,the emporte thing for me was the hotshoe,so I am able to shoot with the external flash 430EXII This is an big flash,So I am glad the camera support this flash verry good. Its shoot almost like an Dslr,and when you go out,it feel like an dslr.However picture qalitie while it is good,is by no mean Dslr qalitie. But then I was thinking how muts cost an 100-400MM lens. While I use the tamron 70-300 Mm the picture I ...

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ankme
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This is my first real camera (all the prior ones have been compact ones), and I have fallen in love with the Canon sx10 IS. Its amazingly easy to use and produces great results. While image is quality is excellent, a little more sharpness to the pictures would be nice. The high zoom is very good (20x), and produces good results even at the high end of zoom without using a tripod, which is very useful when you want to capture birds or antyhing quickly. While the overall construction is ...

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I have had this camera 4-6 weeks and have shot 600-800 pics with it and love it. It is not for everyone. If you want something you can carry in your pocket for a quick snapshot don't get it. This camera requires multiple readings of the manual and lots of field practice to get the best out of it. I used the manual setting a lot as I like to create my on image. I have a circular polarizer and a UV filter that I sometime use. Auto settings are good and color options (B&W Sepia, etc) are ...

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Thanks to DPreview on the comparison on the noise factor between SX1,SX10 and EOS1000 on the ISO 80 setting, this has convince to choose this camera. Bought this SX10 few days back Have taken >500 picture on it Like: -Swing-flip LCD, I like to use the view finder and fliped LCD to close position, this help to keep the screen clean from my oily face. The LCD helps alot while take super marcro picture on flower where your neck not require to bend down. -Button location: all are at the finger tips

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My main gripe is the small LCD with only 250,000 LCD Dots. I am looking forward to the SX1 IS. The fear of losing the lens cap is inane. I just bought an extra lens cap for $3.50 and keep it in the camera bag in case I need it. The 52 mm lens caps are easy to find and inexpensive. Problems: Manual focus is unusable and the lens is too slow.

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