Canon Powershot SX70 20.3MP Digital Camera 65x Optical Zoom Lens 4K Video 3-inch LCD Tilt Screen (Black)
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- Powerful 65x optical zoom.
- 20.3 megapixel* cmos sensor and digic 8 image processor.
- 4k video and 4k time-lapse movie.
- 0.39-type approx. 2.36-million dot, oled evf.
- Built-in wi-fi and bluetooth for quick and easy sharing.
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|Display Size||3 inches||—||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|ISO Range||—||—||Auto / 80 - 3200||100-1600||—|
|Item Weight||0.62 kg||0.83 kg||0.59 kg||0.9 kg||0.61 kg|
|Max Resolution||20.3 megapixels||—||20.4 megapixels||16 megapixels||—|
|Video Capture Resolution||—||full hd (1920x1080)||hd (1280x720)||full hd (1920x1080)||—|
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Other reviewers mentioned issues with the menus. I didn't have issues, but i was expecting to after reading the other reviews. So I took the precaution of going through all the menus just to get familiar with them after I charged the batteries and before I went into the field. I was able to program the C1 and C2 settings the way I preferred them with very few issues. My biggest stumble was saving the settings because I kept thinking the menu would say Save like the Sx60, but it says Register settings (specifically, you go to the wrench/tools menu, Custom shooting mode, then select Register settings, and whatever settings you have selected will be saved for your choice of C1 or C2). It was not difficult, just different. I do suggsst familiarizing yourself with the menus before doing anything. There are more menus than on the SX60 and they are set up a little differently.
The camera itself has been working well for me. I will note that it feels more "plasticky" and less solid than my old SX60, but I am okay with that so far. It also uses different batteries which is too bad as I have a lot of old batteriesfor my other camera. I do like the bluetooth connection to my tablet--it took me a little messing around to set it up, but it works well.
I included my first shot as an example. Just a cardinal at our bird feeder, but it does give you an example of a casual photo that is possible without doing anything special at all. I am not a photographer. I just like taking photos of birds and our dogs.
Anyway , I wanted to give another viewpoint. I like this camera so far and am glad I took a chance on it.
I have not put the camera through all its paces but it has worked out well so far.
The grip is great, a little heavier than what I am used to, but it is a very good camera. The detail of the pictures is fantastic and there are a lot of settings to learn (do I need to have setting to take grainy pictures?)
The question I have is why do I need to buy a different type of battery for each camera? Why can't the camera use a standard, off the shelf battery?
Note that you will need a different USB cable from the earlier cameras because of a different mini plug and the cable does not come with the camera.
Enough to say - this camera is just not the user-friendly, quality device that I expected to "upgrade" to. Thinking about returning it, but I'm willing to work ANOTHER 2 hours to try to figure this mess out. I've already spent over 3 hours with the camera, enabling various features. If you're a pro, then this thing would probably work. BUT - if you're like me and just want a good camera with plenty of focus and zoom and clarity, then this thing isn't any fun. I don't want to do battle to take a picture and upload it to my computer.
I agree with the other comments about trying to take photos in the dark, even on "Handheld Night Mode". They're fuzzy, blurry and useless.
Video quality doesn't seem any better than the SX40, even with the higher resolutions. I also get a weird hum in some videos for no apparent reason (see the video I've included with this review). It sounds like I'm recording from inside an industrial factory of some sort. Ruins the whole video.
I'm very seriously considering returning this camera. Spending $600 to upgrade to something that doesn't impress me doesn't make much sense.