Super macros can easily be shot from as close as 1 cm from the subject and the reproduction of details and colours is top notch. Shots taken using effect filters also looked great. The quality of video recording is also very good, but not the best in class. The picture quality was excellent, but you have to pan gently in order to avoid stutter.
Moon shot at 1200 mm handheld - 1/50 sec shutter, ISO 80, spot metering
Verdict and price in India
At Rs 29,995, the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS is priced significantly higher than many other super-zoom digital cameras and it’s also more expensive than entry-level DSLR cameras. Agreed that the 50x lens is awesome and so is the overall performance, but the feature set should have been better—the camera lacks GPS, eye-sensor for the EVF and other useful modes such as automatic panorama stitching. Also, the overall build quality is sub-par, not to mention the absence of rubberised grips. The SX50 HS would have been much better value for money had Canon taken care of these niggles, or priced it somewhere around Rs 25,000. Price aside, if you’re looking out for a super-zoom camera with the highest zoom ratio and stellar performance, the SX50 HS is certainly worth considering.
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