CANON POWER SHOT SX220HS
For sale: photo and video cameras, electronics, appliances in Nigeria
The Canon Powershot SX220 HS is an update to the Canon Powershot SX210 IS and features a new 12 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor, compared to the previous version's 14 megapixel CCD sensor. The new sensor allows high speed shooting and should lower noise in images, compared to the high noise results of the predecessor. Canon Powershot SX220 HS Features The Canon Powershot SX220 HS is one of the smallest digital cameras available with a 14x optical zoom lens and is well worth looking at if you want a camera with advanced features, and a lot of zoom. The camera includes full HD video recording with stereo sound and lets you use the optical zoom while recording. The camera also features a large 3 inch screen, with a 16:9 aspect ratio, and a mode dial with full P/A/S/M manual controls. A metal body and high speed shooting rounds this camera off nicely with a full set of features and controls, as well as an abundance of scene modes, and colour modes. The Canon Powershot SX220 HS is the "little brother" to the SX230 HS - the SX230 HS is available in black, blue and pink and features GPS (logger and tagging, with map utility software), and other than these differences, the cameras are identical. Key Features HS System 12.1 MP megapixel backlit CMOS sensor 14x optical zoom lens, equivalent to 28 â 392 mm in 35mm equiv. f/3.1 - f/5.9 Compact metal body available in grey (as featured), purple 28mm, 14x zoom. Optical IS Full HD with optical zoom. Dynamic IS 16:9 Wide-screen 3.0 inch screen with 461k pixels Smart Auto (32 scenes) High-speed Burst & Super Slow Motion Movie Movie Digest & iFrame movie Manual Control ISO 100 - 3200 5cm Macro mode Canon Powershot SX220 HS Handling The camera is one of the smallest cameras available with a 14x optical zoom lens, with most other cameras offering 14x zoom or more tending to be larger in the pocket. Because of this there's not a lot of grip, instead you have to use your thumb to grip onto the rear mode dial. The design is obviously popular at Canon, as the camera looks almost identical to the previous model. Including a pop-up flash that pops up every time the camera is switched on. This can be easily pushed down and manually raised later if needed - I found that whenever I switched the camera on my hand was on the flash and therefore it stayed down. The buttons are large and easy to use. The mode dial is the right level of firmness so that you don't accidentally change mode, which is a good feature, especially as it's the most natural and perhaps only place to grip the back of the camera. The screen is a wide-screen model with 16:9 view meaning that the default image size of 4:3 photos will show black borders, and you get a smaller view than you would if they had used a 4:3 or 3:2 aspect ratio screen. Alternatively you can take all your photos at the 16:9 aspect ratio but then you are limited to 9Mp (4000 x 2248) images.
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