Canon PowerShot SX50 HS

Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 24 – 1200 mm (50×)
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I have had a Canon SX50 HS for a couple of years for bird photography and it has been great. I have used it exclusively in the P mode but just decided to try Av, Tv and M to avoid blown out white highlights on white birds.  When I switch to any of these 3 modes the circular dial (CD), which should let me set the aperture or shutter, does absolutely nothing. When I try to use the up/down feature of the CD to adjust aperture or shutter, it switches to exposure compensation (up arrow) of set ISO...
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I've got a Canon Power Shot SX50 HS, a SanDisk Extreme Plus 64GB, 95MB/S U3 microSDXC UHS-I Card, and a full battery, and I can't shot videos over about 20 minutes.  It just cuts off, no matter what screen resolution I use. The memory card is empty, the battery is full...I've got to record a long video for a project next week...I have to figure this out ASAP, Please help me!!
By: 5356 (3 weeks ago)
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I acquired a Canon Power Shot SX50 HS. PC1817. I'm not camera friendly and before I start investing, where should I go to have it check (no battery), to make sure its operational and age. It has a number 652031607815. Thanks
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Hi:I recently bought a Canon SX50 HS and want to buy extras for it like a 2X telephoto lens, a .45 wide angle lens etc. The auctions mostly say that 58mm diameter is what I need, although I see where some auctions say 67mm is the size I need. How can a camera be two differnt size?? All I could guess at is that the adpter ring I have to buy can be bought in 58mm or 67mm. Am I missing something here?? Thanks, Chuck
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I use Canon's PowerShot SX50 HS for all of my photography needs. I was photographing an ordination when my camera became very hot, so hot that my hand got slightly burned. When I removed the battery, it was hot. (Too bad it wasn't winter, I could warm my hands on it.) What should I do? Purchase new batteries? One of my friends suggested that I use this battery until it dies and then charge it up again. (See below for detailed explanation) I can't afford to purchase a higher end camera at this...
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Hi, maybe this subject is beaten to death but I can't find a clear answer.I want to buy a good long zoom camera for the times I don't want to carry my dSLR and (heavy) lenses.After trying the Canon SX50 and the Panasonic FX200 a year ago I found the SX50 quite good and I hope the SX60 is even better.I hope that (former) owners of the SX50 and SX60 can give me some advice.Happy shooting, Chris
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Hi everyone, I am new to this site and I need help to find out is there anything wrong on my camera. I brought my SX50 in 2013, but I only used it a few times in Auto mode in a 2013. It worked fine in Auto mode. Since I did not know anything besides Auto mode, so I decided to learn it later. But the later is 2016 now. I picked up my camera again this week and tried to learn the details of the operations in MASP modes by following the instructions in the user guide. I found that the following...
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Hi there guyz i have been wondering to know the camera is all the thing which i want long zoom , Flip out screen , longer battery life they only thing bother me is 12 MP. !! why is it 12 Mega pixel? Is it worth to buy or why is 12MP is so important in normal camera in essay words ? what are the benefits and draw backs ?
By: patjohann (8 months ago)
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I have a Canon Powershop SX50 HS. Recently I purchased a remote control which worked great. Now each time I plug it in, it automatically takes a picture and won't let me use the remote to take another picture. If I change to a different mode, it automatically takes another picture. What has happened?
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I am finding that the flash on my SX50 is firing even when the flash is in the closed position. Is it not the case that, when the flash is closed then the flash function is inhibited? Does this show a fault with the camera or is there a setting that I have inadvertently changed? I regularly use a custom setting where the flash would never go off when the flash is closed, but now it is firing and I cannot fathom what settings I may have altered for the flash to now fire. It looks like the...
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