Canon PowerShot SX210 IS

Announced Feb 8, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 392 mm (14×)
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Being a pro-Canon owner, I find the sx210is easy to use. I had A520 and Ixus85, and wanted a higher MP and higher zoom camera with all the manual features available without the need to go for an SLR. I agree with most of the users here which do not like the flash position, which will obstruct the handling of the camera. Pictures are first class provided you know how to use the manual settings available. Never use 'Auto' mode, for I'd be using my Ixus if I needed such. Would normally use Tv to ...

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I use vid quite a bit and this is really good, upgraded from TZ1, still getting used to the system, SLR would be nice but in fact this is practical for me, I travel light and require point and squirt, this is compact non lumpy massive spec re. optical zoom and image size. Am using cheap 8gig sd class 2 and little problem, after the old TZ1 screen this is a delight, no regrets at the moment just learning its power and quirks, face/smile recognition etc. Panasonic ZS7 looks nice , bit lumpy ...

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Good pictures, on par with panasonic zs7, but lags on auto focus time adjust, and in proper exposure auto adjustment. This greatly affects the video performance, to a point that everything is blurry often, and exposure goes in and out (washes out the image). This is why I bought a Sony DSC-HX5 instead of the other two. Problems: video auto focus takes a lot of time to adjust, causing the image to be very blurry and obviously not sharp at all. That's why I bought the Sony DSC-HX5 which has ...

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Why are these idiots not censored? This camera is not even available. I might also be going for a DSLR but at least I will have the decency to wait until the camera is available and reviewed.

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The point with this camera is that small objects at distance (i.e. birds) will resolve those objects better (i.e. produce a better photo) than any large or lightly-populated sensor camera which has a much shorter zoom. This puts real power into your pocket that no large-sensor hope-sos can duplicate, since they cannot fit your pocket.

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