14 April 2009

Users Speak Out: Canon PowerShot SX10 IS

The Canon PowerShot SX10 IS has been on store shelves – and in the hands of photographers – since November. User reviews from our readers have been rolling in ever since, and we've rounded up a small sample for our Users Speak Out feature. Since the release of the SX10, Canon added the SX1 to their ultrazoom lineup, featuring a CMOS sensor and HD video recording. However, the SX10 remains one of the most-viewed cameras on our website. It sports a 10 megapixel CCD sensor, 20x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch tilt LCD, and the current DIGIC 4 image processor. The whole package is currently available for $400 or less, depending on where you shop.

Overall, SX10 users were happy with their cameras. Two thirds of them would recommend it to someone shopping for an ultrazoom, but even those who liked the SX10 enough to recommend it had a few gripes and complaints. Read the sample of opinions below to find out what users love and hate about the SX10. And as always, check out our full-length review for our own take along with some sample images.

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