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The Good The Canon PowerShot SX IS is a good choice for budget-conscious buyers who want to do more than point-and-shoot, thanks to its semimanual and manual shooting modes and large, comfortable controls. The Bad Despite the switch to a rechargeable battery, the SX is still pretty bulky and its shooting performance is too slow for fast-moving subjects like kids and pets -- especially indoors. Otherwise, seek out its predecessor, the SX IS. The Canon PowerShot SX IS was one of my favorite cameras to recommend to those looking for a good-quality point-and-shoot with semimanual and manual controls that takes AA-size batteries and still is.

For the follow-up SX IS, the good news is the camera retains almost all of the features of its predecessor. The bad news is, AA batteries didn't make the cut, and Canon has switched them out for a rechargeable lithium-ion pack. This does mean the body is smaller and lighter and has better battery life compared to alkaline batteries, but you lose the convenience of being able to buy batteries almost anywhere.

Still, if you're on a budget and want a camera with semimanual and manual controls, but don't need to capture fast-moving subjects, the SX IS is available. Photo quality Canon's lower-end PowerShots generally produce some of the best photos you'll get from inexpensive point-and-shoots, and the SX IS is no different.

Though you probably won't want to use its photos at full size, the SX IS overall produces very nice photos, especially for its price and features. Pixel peepers will see noise even at ISO , but it's not noticeable at reduced sizes. Up at ISO is where it starts to be more visible. Going above that, you'll start to see more color noise, artifacts, and loss of detail. The camera definitely favors dropping shutter speed over raising ISO when left in auto.

That's good in general, but if you're not paying attention it could result in blurry photos. The p video quality is good, and better than I've seen from some entry-level full HD camcorders I've tested. But, as with its photos, you'll see more noise the less light you have.

Also, you may notice some vertical smear when shooting bright light sources. This is common with consumer CCD sensors. The lens does zoom while recording and when it's zooming in you will hear slight motor sounds picked up by the stereo mics in front on very quiet scenes.

Overall, though, for capturing the occasional clip for Web sharing, it does a fine job. Canon did update the autofocus system with the SX, however, so shutter lag is more reasonable at 0. The camera starts up and fires off its first shot in about 2 seconds.

Shot-to-shot times averaged 1. Continuous shooting speeds are nothing special, at 0. The camera does have continuous with AF a rarity that captures at a slow 0. With a new sensor, better autofocus system and more streamlined design, the X line Sony's follow-up to its NEX-6 laps the field with its 11fps burst and comfortable design.

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Image quality 7. Review Sections Review Prices Specs. Editors' note: The design, features, and shooting options are identical between the Canon PowerShot SX IS and the The Canon PowerShot SX IS was one of my favorite cameras to recommend to those looking for a good-quality point-and-shoot with semimanual and manual controls that takes AA-size batteries and still is.

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Canon Powershot SX170 IS Review

It now offers a rechargeable lithium-ion pack, and the compact super zoom is overall slightly lighter and smaller than the SX IS. The SX includes 32 predefined auto settings that it can select for you. Alternately, it offers program, shutter priority, aperture priority, and manual modes for more control. See full specifications. Submit a News Tip! Reading mode: Light Dark.

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Canon PowerShot SX170 IS Overview

If you're looking for a point and shoot capable of a little extra then the SX will probably tick all of your boxes and more. Easy to use, good value for money and rugged enough to survive life's knocks and bumps. Released only a year after the SX, the Canon PowerShot SX shares many of the same features but comes with a new battery and an updated design. Billed as a mid-range super zoom compact, the SX is aimed at regular camera users as well as novices, with the option of shooting in full manual mode available to those who like to have more control over their shots. Users should be happy to hear that the SX is the first PowerShot in this range to come with a rechargeable lithium ion battery, which according to the user manual means you should be able to get twice as many shots with it before needing to recharge, offering shots per charge versus the SX's

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Canon PowerShot SX170 IS review

It features a 16 megapixel sensor, 16x mm image stabilised optical zoom, manual modes for controlling shutter-speed and aperture, a range of digital effects, p HD video recording capabilities and a 3-inch LCD screen. Press this and the SX IS readies itself for action in around seconds, which is roughly the same time it takes its zoom lens to whirr from maximum wideangle to extreme telephoto in stills mode. Happily the optical zoom can also be deployed once video recording has commenced, but here it takes a more leisurely seconds to move through the same focal range. Unusually perhaps for a camera that is pretty much your standard point and shoot — just one with a longer than average lens reach — stereo microphones sit either side of the lens at the front, with a speaker set into the far left hand edge of the top plate if the camera is viewed from the rear.

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Canon PowerShot SX170 IS

The Good The Canon PowerShot SX IS is a good choice for budget-conscious buyers who want to do more than point-and-shoot, thanks to its semimanual and manual shooting modes and large, comfortable controls. The Bad Despite the switch to a rechargeable battery, the SX is still pretty bulky and its shooting performance is too slow for fast-moving subjects like kids and pets -- especially indoors. Otherwise, seek out its predecessor, the SX IS. The Canon PowerShot SX IS was one of my favorite cameras to recommend to those looking for a good-quality point-and-shoot with semimanual and manual controls that takes AA-size batteries and still is. For the follow-up SX IS, the good news is the camera retains almost all of the features of its predecessor. The bad news is, AA batteries didn't make the cut, and Canon has switched them out for a rechargeable lithium-ion pack.

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