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Canon SX10 iS review
Dennis Hissink : December 28th 2008 - 21:00 CET
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CanonCanon PowerShot SX10 iS review : The Canon SX10 IS Megazoom camera is the successor to the PowerShot S5 IS. When it comes to appearance, the Canon SX10 IS looks a lot like its predecessor, but if you thought its size would have decreased somewhat, you’re wrong; the camera has even slightly grown. However; you do get something in return. The 12x optical zoom lens has been replaced by a 20x, which keeps Canon nicely in pace with its rivals. Thankfully, Canon’s image stabilization system supports the zoom lens in order to be able to work with it. Moreover, the resolution has increased from 8 to 10 MP.

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Canon PowerShot SX10 iS review

Canon PowerShot SX10iS review
The Canon SX10 IS digital camera is a so-called Megazoom camera. This category has been popular with a large group of users for a long time now, and with good reason. Cameras such as the Canon SX10 IS seem to have found the almost perfect combination. They are compact and equipped with a large optical zoom range, which makes ease and all-round photography go hand in hand. One disadvantage compared to a digital SLR is the format of the image sensor. The differences are so significant that the negative effects of high resolution on a small sensor result in visible noise at higher ISO sensitivities.

Canon PowerShot review

Canon PowerShot review
During the tests in practice, I used the Canon PowerShot SX10 IS with a 4GB SDHC card and besides that, I used it in combination with a special type Secure Digital memory card; the SanDisk Extreme Ducati Plus SD memory card. It has the size of a standard SDHC card but does have a unique feature; taking the card out of the camera you can snap it in two and a USB interface is then freed. This way you can insert the card directly into a free USB port and get access to the stored pictures or videos. No need for wires or a card reader, even the camera can be put aside.

Canon SX10 iS review

Canon SX10 iS review
As mentioned earlier, the Canon SX10 IS is quite similar to its predecessor. The Megazoom cameras all look very much alike, and there is no secret about that. All of them are equipped with a large format optical zoom lens, which of course cannot be hidden inside the housing that easily. In addition, the handgrip offers sufficient grip and the back of the camera serves as the control center. It’s the small details in its appearance that make the difference for the Canon PowerShot SX10 IS. Read the full Canon SX10iS test.
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