Canon PowerShot SX50 HS is a prosumer camera that has an incredible optical zoom, which is 50X or nearly equivalent to that of the densest in the telephoto lens 24-1200 mm. Given the optics, to capture images in very long distances though certainly not a problem. This camera also adds optical image stabilization feature, which functions to stabilize the vibration when using the zoom used optimally. So that the resulting image is still certainly very qualified and still looks sharp and clear.
In addition to the superior optical zoom, the PowerShot SX50 HS also comes with some other spectacular specs. On the screen, the camera is powered Articulated 2.8-inch LCD (461,000 dots). A screen capable enough to look picture and video recording results. Moreover, it is also supported by a very powerful lens. Not only that, DIGIC 4 image processor from Canon also has been implanted to support and sustain performance.
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One of the mandatory features such as white balance feature has also been injected by Canon in this series. Inside there are some preset WB, among others Cloudy, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Flash, and much more. So with the WB feature, you need not fear the result of images that look less natural. SX50 camera will be able to adjust the color temperature emitted by a light source such as the sun or a lamp.
In terms of file storage, the camera has a size of 122.5 x 87.3 x 105.5 mm, has pinned the type of external memory card slot SD, SDHC and SDXC. Do not worry, hundreds to thousands of images and video will automatically be stored neatly in the external memory. Meanwhile, if you want to transfer pictures and video files to pc / laptop, then you can do so easily. You just simply connect a USB cable between the camera to the pc / laptop then you just move it.
- Turn on your Canon PowerShot SX50 HS and press the [Menu] button
- Press the right arrow once to select the “Tools” tab, which is represented by a wrench and hammer icon.
- Select [Reset All] by press the < or > button and then press the [Func. Set] button
- When the display ask you “Reset settings to default?” turn turn the dial to choose [OK] and then press the [Func. Set] button
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Reference: Canon SX50 HS