Review posted for Canon SX200 IS!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Wednesday, July 8, 2009 - 16:03 EDT)
Canon's most refined entry into the pocket long-zoom digital camera category, the PowerShot SX200, features a gorgeous 12x zoom ranging from 28-336mm, but slips into a jacket pocket with ease.
A big 3-inch LCD leaves no room for an optical viewfinder on the Canon SX200 but at this zoom range it would be woefully inaccurate anyway. Just packed with popular Canon features, the Canon SX200 also sports optical image stabilization, an HD movie mode, and face detection that can track your subjects around the screen even when they turn away from the camera.
The usual stack of automatic modes graces the Canon SX200, but you'll be pleased to find Shutter and Aperture priority settings, as well as full Manual exposure modes. The Canon SX200 IS a good take-anywhere digital camera, great for the novice and enthusiast alike and is worth a closer look. Click here for our review of the Canon SX200 IS.