Canon PowerShot SX50 HS
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | 24 – 1200 mm (50×)
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Hello, Newbie Here, i just finish to set up my amateur studio, the idea is to take pictures for eBay A friend of mine suggest me this setup, but I don't know if it is ok :-| The lights are very bright, I don't want to damage my eyes. Please let me know what do you think about it, and what I can improve Thanks Camelia 01Studio 02Studio 03 Studio 04Studio
Hi everyone. So, after years of using my old trusty SX-50HS I'm starting to look for a cam change. I got on my sight the following models Sony A77 Sony A6000 Canon 70D I love to photograph nature, so I mostly use my SX-50HS to take photos while I'm exploring around (I'm attaching a few photos that I took with my SX50). So, taking that in consideration, which of theses three do you think that would serve better as an upgrade from my old sx50?. I know that I'm comparing different things here,...
Hello, I have read several threads on this topic, but none have been able to convince me why I should buy either one. I'm a big fan of the Canon SX50 HS, but mine has unfortunately been stolen during a burglary and it appears to be no longer for sale. I'm looking for a super-zoom to mainly accompany me on hiking/backpacking trips and other travel for nature photography. I will of course also use it during family gatherings, etc. I'm now hesitating between these two as the SX60 HS should be an...
Hi I recently purchased a Lumix GX85 as a step-up from my old Canon SX50 HS. I've just treated myself to the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-100 f4 lens which will give me a lovely range and am looking forward to trying that all out. The question I have relates to the 200mm+ range which I get on my SX50 (200-1200 f6.5) vs the lumix 100-300 II lens (200-600 f5.6). Assuming I'm using this range fairly infrequently for occasional wildlife shots, and that I won't be doing any cropping, and that I don't have a...
Hi, I have among others an SX-50 used almost exclusively for birding. Recently, I have been contemplating buying the G3X. I've heard the focus is a little slow. Does anyone have insight to its ability vs. the SX-50? If it is the same or better, I think I will get the G3X. If anyone birds with it, feel free to comment in general about its performance. Thanks very much!
I started wildlife photography (birds being my prime focus) with the canon sx50 hs. Recently I took the plunge into DSLRs and bought a Canon EOS 80d, body only. Now I have been researching extensively for which lens I should I buy first. My focus is on bird photography, which warrants a superzoom lens. I figured that it would be better to buy a zoom lens over a prime lens so that I could still have some options with photographing closer subjects or wanting to simply photograph other things....
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