Canon PowerShot S50 Review
On the right side of the camera behind a rubber door are the S50's only connections: an A/V out connector (supplied cable ends in one audio RCA and one video RCA jack) and a mini-USB connector to be used with the supplied cable.
As with most recent PowerShot digital cameras the S50 can be directly connected to Canon's CP-xxx dye-sub and compatible Bubble Jet printers for direct-from-the-camera prints.
Base / Tripod Mount
Internal Flash / Focus Assist Lamp
The slim flash built into the S50 is rated with a range of 0.35 to 4.8 m at Wide and 0.35 - 3.0 m at Tele (all at Auto ISO). Beside the flash is the Focus Assist Lamp which serves a double purpose, firstly it fires a beam of patterned white light in low light situations which helps the auto focus system to get a lock. Secondly when the flash an anti-red-eye are enabled it remains lit for as long as you half-press the shutter release to reduce the size of the subjects pupils and thus reduce the chance of redeye.
Supplied In the Box
Box contents may vary by region:
|SC-PS900 Soft case||WP-DC300 Waterproof case
(30 m / 100 ft)
|NB-2L Lithium-Ion battery|
|CB-2LT(E) battery charger||ACK-700 AC Adapter kit|
Also: Car battery charger CBC-NB2 (not shown)
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