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Canon PowerShot SX50 12.1MP Black Digital Camera

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ITEM#: 14808814

  • 24-1200mm (35mm Equivalent) Lens
  • 50x Optical Zoom
  • 12.1MP CMOS Sensor
  • DIGIC 5 Image Processor
  • 2.8" Vari-Angle LCD with Viewfinder
  • Full HD 1080p Video with Stereo Sound
  • Optical Image Stabilizer
  • High Speed AF Focuses in 0.19 sec
  • High-Speed Burst HQ for 13fps Shooting
  • Built-in Hot Shoe
  • Specs

    Megapixel 12 Megapixels
    Color Black
    Dimensions 4.0x4.0x3.0
    Warranty 1 year Limited Manufacturer
    Country of Origin Japan

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    • love it
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      Great pictures. Easy to use and the zoom is to die for.

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      Carolyn M. Aug 24, 2015
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      Christopher O. Apr 6, 2016
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    • The Canon SX50: A Few Personal Likes and Dislikes
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      There are some great in-depth reviews out there on this camera already. So I just want to add my personal likes and dislikes about this camera since buying it about a month ago. I have previously owned the Canon S2 and the SX20, and have used and abused them well in my travels. Furthermore, I've made some great photos and videos with these cameras, and have created several good quality DVDs and Blu-rays of my travels). With the promised better low light shooting and the greater zoom that the SX50 has to offer, I jumped at the upgrade. I'm glad so far that I did. Likes: “It's the zoom, stupid!” No seriously, I love to zoom in on wildlife and people from a distance. I travel a lot and this allows me to take photos of people without the need to ask first (and thereby not get a posed shot). The 50 times zoom works really well and quite frankly is astonishing. I like the larger LCD screen. It frames the 4:3 aspect photos a lot better. I have always loved and used the articulation feature of the screen I mostly use Manual mode, but I love playing with the HDR (High Dynamic Range imaging. This effect shoots three exposures and combines them to produce a tone-mapped effect with color effect options including Sepia, Black and White an Super vivid colors). I've taken some really nice shots with this, although at lower light situations it's best to have a tripod (which I plan on buying soon). Shooting in low light situations. I have gotten some pretty good shots with hardly any noise at both 800 and 1600 ISO. Far better than earlier versions of this Canon. (Yes, I know: the Panasonic is better at this. But the Panny is a couple hundred bucks more expensive.) The High Speed Burst HQ (accessed via the “SCN” preset menu) is pretty cool, shooting up to ten frames at, I believe, 13fps. I'm ok without the 4 x AA batteries. The SX50 is significantly lighter than the SX20 because of the use of a propriety Li-ion battery instead of the AAs. Sure the battery life is not so hot, but I bought 2 extra Li-ions from non-Canon manufactures at about 9 bucks each. I am pleased with the speed of the auto focus. It did not take long to focus on and shoot some wildlife, all of which can easily and quickly slip away. Dislikes: I don't like the viewfinder. Hard to frame anything using it. This definitely keeps me from giving the SX50 a 5 star rating. The super slow motion feature is at a high frame rate (240 frames per second), but at a very low quality. You can't really use it in making your DVDs or Blurays (at least I haven't found a way yet). I guess you can just use it for a playback on the camera's LCD. The quicker slow motion setting (120fps?) has better quality, though still not HD. Panning, while shooting the high quality HD video, is horrible. It created a very choppy looking video I took of the ocean. I will have to test to see if the lower quality setting (which the SX20 has—which panned nicely) is any better. Although the SX50 has the ability to shoot in RAW format, I have not seen the need for it. As I progress in my understanding of how to use it with post processing software, it might be useful. For now, I am happy with the JPEGs I get. The quality of the camera's build feels cheaper. They used a plastic which, although lighter, feels and looks cheaper. I am however, getting used to it. Final thoughts: I am reading more photography books to learn how to more effectively utilize the impressive features of the SX50. I am looking forward to taking it backpacking in Yosemite this summer, and South East Asia next winter. I also hope it will be more useful in capturing low light photos of my 6th grade students inside the classroom. Though not perfect, it feels so far like a good upgrade from the SX20. I am happy with my purchase.

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      ncherani Jan 3, 2013
    • Tile is exactly what you get nothing hidden here.
      Verified Purchase

      My father bought this camera last year and we bought his old one for a few hundred. He spent a lot more on the bundle of this camera and we noticed his shots were sooo much better that my Boy Friend had been talking about how he needed a new camera all the time. I was very lucky to find this at such a low price for his Christmas present. Needless to say he is very happy and since he is just starting out to sell his photo work this is the perfect camera to Start him off .

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      suzannebonner Jan 4, 2014
    • canon power shot
      Verified Purchase

      This camera performed better than i could ever expeck.The 50 x zoom is very hard to beet at this price.I have used this on my vacation,this worked great after a little adjustment period.But does take a bit of time to get use too.

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      Brayboss Mar 13, 2013

    Questions & Answers

    • Q:

      "What is the power source? Does it run on AA batteries?"

      • A:

        Hello tweeter4, this will include a rechargeable battery and charger. Thanks for shopping with us! A.S.

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      • A:

        Hello chree, yes, this will work on a tripod. Thank you for shopping with us!

    • Q:

      "The number yiu list for this camera is for the Canon 50X- ■Manufacturer: Canon, Inc ■Manufacturer Part Number: 6352B001 So I am assuming it is this camera & ordering it."

      • A:

        The camera is out of stock.

    • Q:

      "Just to be clear, this cameraa is NOT for the Canon PowerShot SX50 12.1MP Black Digital Camera. This is the camera I want to purchase."

      • A:

        Unfortunately this item is out of stock. We currently do not have inventory to check, and cannot guarantee the item will be restocked.

    • Q:

      "The images show this camera as being the SX500, but the advertisement and tech specs are for the SX50. Which camera is this for?"

      • A:

        The SX500

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