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Canon PowerShot SX270 HS Compact Digital Camera - Grey (12.1MP, 20x Optical Zoom) 3 inch LCD

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23 customer reviews

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  • Get closer to the action with a powerful 20x zoom
  • Shoot superb images day or night with HS System
  • Sharp shots and steady movies with Intelligent IS
  • Automatically create a movie summary with Hybrid Auto
  • Capture smooth action with Full HD movies at 60fps
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Product details

Colour Name: Grey
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 3.3 x 6.1 cm ; 227 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 599 g
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  • Item model number: 8228B011AA
  • ASIN: B00BYOYAES
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Mar. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,041 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Colour Name: Grey

Product Description

PowerShot SX270 HS
Capture smooth movies and sharp shots with 20x zoom

The ideal compact for every family occasion, the PowerShot SX270 HS has a powerful 20x zoom to get you closer to the action, advanced Full HD movies and HS System with DIGIC 6 for exceptional results.

Get closer to the action with a powerful 20x zoom
Shoot superb images day or night with HS System
Sharp shots and steady movies with Intelligent IS
Automatically create a movie summary with Hybrid Auto
Capture smooth action with Full HD movies at 60fps

Box Contains

Digital Camera PowerShot SX270 HS
Wrist Strap WS-DC11
Battery Pack NB-6L
Battery Charger CB-2LYE
AC Cable
User Manual Kit

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Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Sarah W-B on 13 Dec. 2013
Colour Name: Grey Verified Purchase
I am giving this camera 4 and 1/2 stars, but it won't let you put in the half! This is a great camera, it is compact, but has some reassuring weight behind it, so it doesn't feel cheap. It looks really nice style wise, and the gunmetal grey colour is a lovely change from black or bright silver. The image quality of photos is excellent, with the high pixel resolution allowing high zoom levels without distortion. The photos it takes in low light conditions is a revelation, thanks to Canons clever technology, which is great because I hate the light quality that small flashes bring. This camera loses half a star for me for two reasons. Firstly, this camera has an inbuilt fault where it believes the camera battery is dead when using the video recorder setting, when it isn't. This is easily remedied using a download to fix the bug, but it first happened to me during my son's nativity play, so obviously we lost lots of precious footage. How it can be that Canon did not notice this fault during testing sessions for the camera is amazing. The second reason is the position of the pop up flash. I hold a camera with a finger on the top of the camera, either side of the camera body. However, this means that your finger blocks the flash from rising, which causes an error so you have to restart the camera. I am learning to hold the camera differently, but for me, as I don't like using a flash too much, it hasn't been too much of an issue. Overall a fantastic little camera whose picture quality belies it's size, just please Canon, fix your bugs before you release a product for sale.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By E. Smith TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Jun. 2013
Colour Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I've had Canons for many years, Ixus's, a G10 and a D350, but I've never had a so-called travel zoom with a long lens. I normally prefer a brighter lens, having had an F2 until this, but the Digic 6 seems to be an improvement and goes some way to compensating for the necessarily less bright lens on this camera.

I've only used it a couple of times, so this is really just a quick initial review to kickstart this model. I debated between this, the SX 280, the S110 and the G15. I dropped the G15 because I really like having a 24 or 25mm lens and I thought I'd try the latest Digic 6 over the 5 on the undoubtedly superior but uninspiring S110. I can't see me using GPS or wifi, so that left the SX 270.

First of all, the blue is lovely, but that's not why I bought it, which was actually to try the big zoom. I'm pleased to say that it's at least as good as I had hoped. The flexibility of a 20x zoom is incredible, especially on a bright day, but I was a bit surprised that it actually takes the camera a few seconds to focus and stabilise at that range. Ideally you'd want to use even a mini-tripod at that range, especially in less bright conditions, but so far my handheld shots at 20x have been very impressive to me at least.

I've also used it quite a bit indoors with the warmer flash sync setting (I forget the name) and it seems as good as my Ixus with the F2 lens, although I've not done any outdoor lit building shots yet.

I'd read that the common Canon quirk of the flash popping up on switch-on didn't apply to this range, but unfortunately that only seems to apply when the camera is set to no flash.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dave G TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 Aug. 2014
Colour Name: Grey
Well here you are looking for a new camera and wanting to find out more about the Canon SX270HS, should you buy one ?, in short; yes, but only if you want great photographs and never use the video mode.

If you want to know more read on; First a History lesson; No Canon camera has ever appealed to me and unsurprisingly I've never owned one either, I've never rated them and hate the alien PASM mode (tv & av?), look anywhere and you will see that within the compact world Sony and Panasonic are the top dogs, the HX and TZ series are the benchmarks, spend a little more and the likes of the RX100 is Making the G series look dated, so yes I'm definitely not a fan of Canon, however;

In addition to a Sony A77 I had a very reliable but ageing Sony HX9v compact camera and wanted a cheap'ish new camera (around £150), with great I.Q, x20 zoom and quick operation, having researched as you probably are now, I narrowed my choice and the Sx280 was in the mix, I then went in store to try my short list for size, I liked the Sx280's camera's operation, however because it has very bad feedback regarding video battery life and general battery life when the GPS and wifi are on, I went for the Sx270, where apparently the infamous firmware fix was less of an issue (less negative's online). Or so I thought.

Right, here's what I think;

The Good

The Image Quality is very good, images are sharp, metering and white balance is spot on.
It is easy to use and is very intuitive / instinctive.
The AEL functionality is of great benefit to me.
Accessing Macro Mode is very easy.
The camera operates and focusses quickly.
The I.S is very effective and achieves good shots at very low shutter speeds (hand held).
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