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Canon Powershot SX10IS 10MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom

Written by Computer Nerd from on March 4th, 2010 | 5 Comments

31eDBQ2d3YL. SL160  Canon Powershot SX10IS 10MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom
Price: $421.78

  • 10.0-megapixel resolution for high-quality printing and flexibility when editing
  • 20x optical zoom, wide-angle lens and Optical Image Stabilizer; improved speed and quiet zooming
  • 2.5-inch Vari-angle LCD; DIGIC 4 Image Processor improves Face Detection
  • MovieSnap mode lets you capture high-resolution still images while shooting a movie
  • Capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards

Product Description
Whether the action is fast or slow, close up or far away, you’ll always get the shot you want with the PowerShot SX10 IS. This camera puts you on the cutting edge of advanced technology, with an incredibly powerful 20x optical zoom, 10-megapixel resolution, and new DIGIC 4 Image Processor for high-performance face and motion detection…. More >>

Canon Powershot SX10IS 10MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom

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5 Responses to “Canon Powershot SX10IS 10MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom”

  1. JoAnne

    I received this camera 3 weeks ago. The first problem was that there was no memory card included with the camera. So when the start-up section of the instruction book said to take a picture to check the operation of the camera, it said it couldn’t store the picture because there was no memory!

    The next problem happened when I recorded movies on the memory cards which I had to run out and buy. The ZoomBrowser software was unable to transfer the movies to the computer. Canon’s tech support solution was that I either could go out and buy a new computer because I needed both a lot more memory and a faster processor or I could leave the movies on the memory card and hook the camera up to a TV and watch them that way, thus tying up my memory cards. At $50 a pop, that’s a pretty expensive solution. If you want a lot of frustration, buy this camera.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Steven Podnos

    I bought the Powershot S2 Is

    S on amazon just over a year ago.. worked fine till just out of warranty, then all the pictures began to come our overexposed. I sent it into Canon and they want 157 dollars to repair it or replace with a refurbished model. It cost 259 new! I wrote them and told them that I expected a lightly used expensive digital camera to work more than one year, but no dice. I’ll never buy another Canon. Beware!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Mister Mingo

    I purchased this camera to upgrade from my Cannon A560 because I needed more zoom and battery capacity.

    The camera features are very good BUT the SX10 is DOES NOT have the capability to put a DATE/TIME STAMP on the pictures.

    I just got off the phone with Cannon Tech Support at 1-800-385-2155 and the Tech Support person assured me there is NO WAY to make this camera mark a date/time stamp on the pictures. Not only this but the Cannon SX1 is does not have date/time stamp capability either! I hope the tech support person was wrong but it appears not.

    I cannot believe cannon would produce a camera in this class without date/time stamp capability! The Date/Time stamp is a very common if not universal and standard feature on nearly ALL digital cameras.

    This is tantamount to manufacturing automobiles with no seatbelts or windshield wipers!!!!!

    I was better off with my Cannon A560. Cannon used to make the best line of camera’s on the market in my opinion…….. apparently Cannon is taking notes from American manufacturers and throwing quality and common sense out the window.

    A camera with NO DATE/TIME stamp feature that is selectible is of NO USE to me. I am EXTREMELY disappointed in this camera.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. D. Silvia

    This camera is the latest in the PowerShot “S” model line. As one of the first buyers of an S3 – I fell in love with my S3. BUT today my love has soured, after 2 1/2 years I got a lens error message and the lens keeps moving in and out until I shut it off. A quick internet search will show you that this is a common problem. My camera has never been abused, dropped, or used in sand. Since, my camera is out of warranty it will cost $150 to fix (provided it does not need additional parts) – roughly a 1/3 of the price of this camera. None of the suggested fixes from the various websites corrected the problem. I still like the camera but had to resort to my trusty AE-1 film camera for holiday photos! I’ll probably get it fixed but my word of warning is that since this camera is in the same “family” of Canon digitals – you might want to consider an extended warranty.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Eric Branson

    This review is a critique of Amazon’s change in the way it delivers items to the purchaser. I selected the super saver option and the item has historically arrived within 5 business days. Typically less. I ordered this item and it has been two weeks and it still has not arrived. Amazon needs to communicate changes to shipping policies and not let me find out by items not showing up in a timely manner. I will not order from Amazon if that is what is going on and I recoment that you purchase elsewhere.

    Rating: 1 / 5