Canon PowerShot SX620HS 20.2MP Digital Camera with 25x Optical Zoom (Black) + 16GB Memory Card + Camera Case
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- Powerful 25x optical zoom with intelligent IS helps optimize image stabilization for virtually shake-free images
- Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC allows for easy sharing and transferring of images and videos
- 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4+ image processor helps deliver stunning image quality even in low light
- Capture spectacular 1080p full HD video
- Large 3.0-inch (approximately 922,000 dots) LCD allows easy viewing even from a wide angle
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Product detailsColour:Black | Style name:Base
- Batteries : 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 16 x 14.48 x 5.84 cm; 453.59 Grams
- Date First Available : 11 May 2016
- Manufacturer : Canon Inc.
- ASIN : B01FFACR50
- Item model number : 1072C001
- Manufacturer : Canon Inc., Canon Inc.
- Packer : Xingchuang 2nd Rd, Binhu District, Wuxi, Jiangsu, China
- Item Weight : 454 g
- Item Dimensions LxWxH : 16 x 14.5 x 5.8 Centimeters
- Net Quantity : 5 Unit
- Included Components : Camera, Battery Charger, Camera Case,AC Cable (IN),Printed Matter Unit
- Generic Name : Digital Camera
- Best Sellers Rank: #221,433 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
- Customer Reviews:
Whether you're taking a vacation, celebrating a special family occasion or just having some everyday fun, the slim and sleek PowerShot SX620 HS camera is ready for your next shot. Enjoy the versatility of a powerful 25x (25-625mm) optical zoom for subjects both near and far. Equipped with intelligent IS for optimized image stabilization, it helps capture everything from lovely close-ups to distant sights virtually shake-free, with confidence. You can then show off your photos with built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, which lets you transfer them to your compatible devices and upload to select social networking sites for your family, friends and the world to see. Stunning image quality comes via a 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 4+ image processor for beautiful shots whether you're picnicking during the day or camping at night. If videos are more your thing, rest assured they'll have gorgeous detail with 1080p full HD video at your fingertips. With the PowerShot SX620 HS camera, you can relax knowing you can capture subjects far off in the distance.
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Stunning image quality comes via a 20.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 4 plus image processor for beautiful shots whether you’re picnicking during the day or camping at night.
Get to Know the Canon PowerShot SX620 HS Digital Camera
Whether you’re taking a vacation, celebrating a special family occasion or just having some everyday fun, the slim and sleek PowerShot SX620 HS camera is ready for your next shot. Enjoy the versatility of a powerful 25x (25–625mm) Optical Zoom for subjects both near and far. Equipped with Intelligent IS for optimized image stabilization, it helps capture everything from lovely close-ups to distant sights virtually shake-free, with confidence. You can then show off your photos with built-in Wi-Fi* and NFC**, which lets you transfer them to your compatible devices and upload to select social networking sites for your family, friends and the world to see.
- Built in Wi-Fi technology makes sharing quick and easy
- Built in NFC (Near Field Communication) technology
- Image Sync function
- Remote Shooting with the Camera Connect app
- 20.2 megapixel High-Sensitivity C-MOS sensor
- DIGIC 4+ Image Processor
With the PowerShot SX620 HS camera in hand, you’ll be impressed at the zooming capabilities of this slim, compact digital camera. The amazing 25x Optical Zoom lens packs high zoom power into a slim design to get you down on the field, high atop a skyscraper, deep into a landscape and much more. Intelligent IS that chooses the stabilization method that matches the shooting conditions, so images are virtually shake-free in a wide variety of situations.
The large, 3.0-inch high-resolution LCD screen makes it easy to both frame and review your shots. A resolution of approximately 922,000 dots helps make even small details clear, and images are viewable even from a wide angle, so showing others what you've captured is easy, too.
Intelligent IS analyzes camera movement and applies a suitable shake correction method for the shooting situation. With Intelligent IS, you can concentrate on image capture, letting the camera make effective IS settings to help capture a steady image.
Built-in Wi-Fi technology allows for on-the-go convenience when you want to share your photos and videos with friends and family. Easily post your images to select social networking and media sites – Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and Google Drive – through CANON iMAGE GATEWAY† directly from your PowerShot SX620 HS camera, or save them to the online photo album to share anytime, anywhere. The camera can also connect directly to both compatible iOS* and Android devices**, and upload images via the Canon Camera Connect app without a computer. You can control the destination of your uploads to share with everyone or to select groups, and even add comments. Sharing video is also easy with Wi-Fi equipped PowerShot cameras, which record video using the easy-to-share MP4 format.
Wi-Fi capability makes posting in real time possible, so you can keep everyone up to date with photos and video even as events unfold. Wi-Fi technology also allows you to transfer images to other Wi-Fi equipped PowerShot cameras or print your photos directly to a PictBridge (Wireless LAN) certified printer.
†One-time registration is required on CANON iMAGE GATEWAY online photo album.
*Compatible with iOS versions 7.1/8.4/9.0, Android smartphone and tablet versions 4.0/4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4/5.0/5.1. Data charges may apply with the download of the free Canon Camera Connect app. This app helps enable you to upload images to social media services. Please note that image files may contain personally identifiable information that may implicate privacy laws. Canon disclaims and has no responsibility for your use of such images. Canon does not obtain, collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this app.
**Compatible with Android smartphone and tablet versions 4.0/4.1/4.2/4.3/4.4/5.0/5.1.
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I find it to be ergonomically correct, pleasant weight and feel. The buttons that need to be slightly recessed are. The instruction book does need to be read. And then you do need to fool around for a couple hours. Once that's done I'm gonna say the buttons and functions are fairly intuitive. The image quality is terrific. I don't know how it could be better, night shots are terrific. It tells you when to pop the flash not that you need a flash at night if you use the correct setting. I like setting it to multiple shots, if I hold down the button it fires off frames fast, a lot quicker han the old camera. I can quickly find whatever function, filter or timer I need. The back play button is right handy. The big plus is being able to rapidly go back and forth between video and single frame shots with the touch of a button. The sound pick up on the video is loud and clear, careful what you mutter under your breath.
The zoom is quick. On a cold and frosty night below zero the zoom is slow. If it's below zero, as it is up here, you need to keep the thing in your palm or interior pocket, after 15-20 min in the cold the whole thing slows right down. The video zoom, at max, shows me a clear license plate from ten blocks away, very science fiction scary. The longer the zoom the more you feel a need for a tripod but with rapid fire you can manage to get some good ones. My moon shot was done hand held. When it comes to searching your memory card for an image it does have a really cool function to let you get in there and start looking from any position. I'm using a class 10, 16GB 90mb r/45mb w hd video card. A hundred shots and 20 mins of video used up 14% of the memory, if that helps. I've been taking vids in car, bus, walk - cool and steady, not jumpy or in and out of focus.
Currently the camera loads to the desk top computer via a usb cord. I'm using Windows 8. When first plugged into the computer there is a one time handshake back and forth electronic thing happening for a minute or two and then you're good to go. I don't find that the Window's viewer and the camera is always 100%. I do find it a bit wonky when it comes to uploading images and it takes a few tries before the whole image is recognized. I'm not using any photo software stuff. But I've been able to post both vids and pix on FB. It takes a few tries but I haven't lost anything. Frankly it feels like I'm fighting with Sky-net A.I. a bit, I may just need more practice or knowledge on transferring images, although I didn't think I had that problem. So that will take a little more work and understanding maybe try a diff memory card.
Now Canon does have a application to download along with the camera and I haven't done that yet, so there's that. The camera has a wi-fi button and is supposed to allow communication/control with smart phone, camera and desk top. I haven't done that yet, looks pretty cool.
Battery life is about two hours of continuous usage or so. You will be disappointed if you don't pick up at least one spare battery. If you're headed into the woods or camping or away from the grid you better load up on a bunch and they aren't double A's so don't expect the local variety store to carry it. Once you have spare batteries, then you don't care and the power is great.
My old camera, I almost always had shoved in my back pocket or treated fairly rough and I was never tempted to leave it behind due to size. The 620 is the same size but the lens shutter curtain is quite a bit bigger and I can see how it could get pushed in or damaged by a stray pencil or pocket change so I carry it in a looser coat or jacket side pocket where the chance of stress is less. I guess that's it for now, get a memory card, cord and spare bats. See you at the barricades.
I have provided pictures of the amazing zoom it has and of the high detail/sharp images it produces. The detail and colours of the birds way up high and far away. Check out that zoom!!! The lake/water picture (picture #3) is taken from the other side of the lake and then I took a zoomed in picture (picture #4) of my “boys” playing with the Wababa Ball. Check out the clarity of the ball in mid air....zoomed in from across the lake-handheld -no tripod! Absolutely amazing! Picture #1 bird up high. Picture #2- that is using macro function. That shell is about the size of a pin head and those little rocks are actually grains of sand. The sunset... no effect. It auto-sensed the sunset in low light. And don’t worry about low light indoor pictures. It’s fantastic despite the words of other reviewers. If you need the flash, it doesn’t bleach out the subjects and if you prefer no flash, jump into manual mode(program mode) and play with the manual settings. It takes amazing low light shots if you know /experiment with the settings.
People also said that this camera processed too slowly. I don’t find that at all. You push the button and it snaps the shot. It also has this cool feature when taking pictures of people. It finds the subjects face and magnifies on the screen so you can clearly see the face to capture the perfect picture.
And the most techy important part- the wifi connect: I am not a techy person at all and it was a breeze and super fast. I transferred 40, 20 megapixel images to my iPhone in under 1 minute. Again, people reviewed that the software was terrible and even tech savvy people couldn’t figure it out....well how did I do it? Lol it is soooo easy and sooo convenient. I didn’t even read the manual. It was simple and the camera walked me trough the steps.
This camera is also very user friendly. The menus and features are easy to navigate through. This is my first Canon and I’m getting a feel of how to navigate through the options pretty easily.
The battery life is amazing. I played with it solid for my first 2 days of owning it. The battery died on the third day. Charging time is pretty quick too.
Don’t listen to the other reviews. This camera is amazing. I can’t say enough. It can do anything you want it to. Great as a point and shoot but please learn what the camera can do!!! The more you play with it, the more you’ll love it!!
The manual is 347 page long, I read it but it is just overwhelming to assimilate and it is probably an indication that the camera was designed to be a jack of all trades but it is really a master of none.
- it's pocket size
- the battery pack which is pretty reliable
- Easy settings (somewhat too easy)
- it's zoom of 25x which is good for a camera this size
- not a lot of customizable settings
- no panoramic picture setting
- lots of grain in the pictures which is really bad when it comes to printing or resizing them
- low quality at low light
I ended up returning it. Canon disappointed me with this camera.