Canon PowerShot SX50 HS

Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 24 – 1200 mm (50×)
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As a fairly new user of a Canon Power Shot SX50 HS, the manual illustrates the location of a "Diopter adjustment dial" at the left edge of the viewfinder.  I cannot locate  a description of what that does anywhere in the manual. Can you explain that to me? Thanks.....
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I have a Canon Powershot SX50 HS... I usually make short videos using the same.. But the audio quality is very bad... I came across Rode Video Mic GO On-Camera Microphone(3.5mm output jack). It is a shotgun mic which can be inserted on hotshoe of camera.. I wanted to know if it will work with my Camera. There is a Mini-B plug on the camera side. The jack is a combined USB/AV port used for both data transfer and video/stereo audio output. There's a Mini HDMI (Type C) port for high-def output,...
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By: shade1989 (2 months ago)
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I saw this lens on Ebay and I was wondering if anyone has seen this before. I thought the SX50 was already wide angle, but could it get even wider shots with a lens like that? Some opinions about it would be nice. I'm still a photography newbie :p Professional 58mm Wide Angle Lens with Adapter Ring for Canon SX30, SX40, SX50
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The spec sheet (both on the Canon site and on dpreview) for the Canon Powershot SX50 HS contains the following video information: "Miniature Effect (HD, L) 6fps, 3fps, 1.5 fps" Can anyone tell me what this is?  Has anyone out there used this setting?  I'm especially interested in the 6fps video--since the burst mode on this camera is so anemic, perhaps the 6fps video could be a partial solution?
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Hi all It's been several years since I bought a new camera. Last one was a Panasonic TZ9 which has succumbed to the 'dust inside' issue they seem to suffer from and it can't be fixed (we've tried). I don't want to go back to Panasonic as I wasn't really happy with the image quality and  I'd prefer to go back to a Canon which was what my original digital camera was (PowerShot A610). I still look at some of the pics I took with that camera and love them as they're so clear. The thing is -- I...
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By: hillis007 (2 months ago)
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Looking for a good quality camera to take close ups of my daughter at 2nd base. Is this a good camera for outdoor use to zoom in I am looking for a camera that takes very clear crisp images with a good zoom but also a camera that has a quick shutter speed and can capture moving object well. My current camera is fine for posed pictures but doesn't do well when the object is moving Canon PowerShot SX50 HS , this is in my budget What is quality of photo's at low light indoors Thanks
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Hi, I am trying to buy a decent camera with a little bit extra zoom in moderate budget. Currently stuck between Nikon Coolpix l600 and Canon PowerShot SX50 HS. Which one of these will be good for a long run. Also suggest if there is any other alternative. I am from India. Thanks in advance. Regards, sarbazeet
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Help! I want to buy a camera.. the internet says good things about the following but which is best? Thank you Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 iii Sony Cyber-shot HX400V Canon PowerShot SX50 HS Canon PowerShot G1X Mark ii Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 Panasonic Lumix fz72 Olympus stylus 1 Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS40
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Hi all, Back to 2006, the first zoom camera I bought was Panasonic FZ20, 12x, 5MP. It was great at that time, I got sharp images especially at 1600 x 1200 and less sharp at higher resolutions.  Recently, I bought FZ200 and I was disappointed with IQ, I only got sharp images at lower resolutions which is not good in today's standards! the best thing in this camera is slow-motion video which is reach 120 frame per second in HD quality (I think it is lower, but scaled up to HD dimensions) . I...
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HELP!I have missed too many good shots of my kids the last few years! (See that blur? That one's mine). High school graduation and a lot of "lasts" coming next year. Need a good camera that will take pictures indoors and out (graduation in the stadium, choir, band & orchestra in the auditorium). Will need a good zoom (super zoom?) My daughter is a pianist and I can't use a camera that makes a shutter sound during concerts, so a DSLR is out. (Some programs have actually stated "no 'snap'...
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