CANON POWERSHOT SX200 IS Review:
Canon power shot series is pretty competitive. The SX 200 IS camera is a powerful gadget that has gained likes of competitors like Panasonic, Olympus, Nikon, Kodak and Samsung. The following review gives an outline of the SX 200 IS camera:
Canon’s power shot SX 200 IS comes with Digic 4 Processor. This camera carries a 12.1 megapixel 1/ 2.3 inch CCD Sensor and a 12x, 28-336mm optical zoom. DIGIC 4 affords the new Power Shot several key features common to Canon’s latest models, including an advanced face detection system that tracks faces as quickly and cleanly. This camera has auto adjust exposure and white balance. It also has 720P video capture with canon’s highlight/shadow balancing i-contrast tool, 16 scene presets (including Color Swap and Color Accent modes), and Canon’s newly developed Smart Auto automatic scene recognition mode.
Design and Display:
This is undoubtedly a great looking camera with a clean and modern design. The camera features an attractive matt-metallic chrome finish that is available in red, black or blue. The body has a comfortable and secure grip that controls the perfectly laid out body. This is not a lightweight camera and comes with a little bulk in its package. Measuring 103 x 60.5 x 37.6 mm and carrying a weight of 243 grams, this camera makes a slightly bulky companion. In all fairness, this camera is pocket-sized, but it wouldn’t take up much room in a bag or backpack.
The camera comes with a 3.0 inch 230k dot LCD screen. It has a bright, fluid and accurate display that is perfect for all shooting situations.
With a slightly noisy ISO above ISO 400, this camera is a speedy and reliable camera.