Canon PowerShot SX30 IS Review: Versatile All-In-One Solution

By Daniel Chubb - Oct 8, 2010

Earlier this year we brought you details on two new DSLR cameras from Canon. The first we mentioned was the Rebel T2i and its specs and release date, then the announcement of the new EOS 60D. Now I can bring you a review on the new Canon PowerShot SX30 IS.

An article written by Ben Sillis over at tells us of his hands-on with the SX30 IS, which is said to have an impressive optical zoom of 35x, and it will magnify up to a maximum 144x digital whilst offering a study feel to the barrel.

The SX30 IS packs a 14-megapixel sensor, which captures enough detail for large prints, and is capable of high-definition 720p video with the dedicated record button above the 2.7-inch swivelling LCD screen. This model also offers image Stabilisation plus much more.

Have you had a play with the new Canon PowerShot SX30 IS, if so what are your thoughts?

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