* 20.0 Megapixel sensor and Canon DIGIC 4+ Image Processor
* Powerful 40x Optical Zoom (24-960mm) and 24mm Wide-Angle lens
* 720p HD video at up to 25 frames per second with clear sound
* 3.0-inch LCD screen with a great resolution of approximately 230,000 dots
* ECO Mode to provide more shots per single charge
The PowerShot SX410 IS camera is packed with advanced Canon technologies that make it easy to capture your best images ever. The camera’s powerful 40x Optical Zoom (24–960mm) and 24mm Wide-Angle lens gives you amazing versatility: you’ll capture wide landscapes and zoom in for impressive close-ups you never thought possible – all with bright, clear quality thanks to Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer and Intelligent IS. The 20.0 Megapixel* sensor and Canon DIGIC 4+ Image Processor help create crisp resolution and beautiful, natural images. Your videos will impress too: simply press the Movie button to record lifelike 720p HD video – even zoom in and out while shooting. Images you’ll want to keep and share are easy to achieve with Smart AUTO that intelligently selects proper camera settings so your images and video look great in all kinds of situations. You’ll get creative with fun Scene Modes like Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera Effect and Monochrome, and see and share it all with the camera’s big, clear 3.0″ LCD with a wide viewing angle. For versatility and value, the PowerShot SX410 IS camera is a best bet!
Excellent for the Price!
I’ve been very impressed with this camera. I love all the great features, and the optical zoom. Photos and videos are crystal clear. I need macro for my work, and it takes great shots. The zoom is impressive. I took some moon shots with a tripod, and zoomed in to 30x and 40X. I was amazed at the detail I got of craters and mountains. The low light setting takes great low light pic’s indoors and out. There are many effects, but I really like being able to shoot in B&W And sepia. It’s just and excellent camera, for the price!
If You’re Reading This, You NEED To Buy This Camera!!!
I’m in love so far! I’ve had this camera almost 2 weeks now, and I could not be happier with it. I did originally want to buy a low-end DSLR camera to get into photography, however, money is an issue right now, so that wasn’t an option. I still needed a new camera for the upcoming Otakon, and after reading a ton of reviews, I figured this would be my best option in my price range.
First off, anyone who says they don’t like the camera, obviously never got acquainted with all the settings and features on this camera. It has settings for daylight, inside lighting, moonlight, and every type of light in between; macro, portrait and landscape settings for the best clarity for the distance you’re shooting at; color settings including vibrant, red, green or blue; you can adjust the flash and shutter speed depending on what you intend to shoot; it truly has all the bells and whistles you could possibly need for a point and shoot camera. In Auto mode, it decides for you which settings to use based on your surroundings. While it does a pretty good job on Auto, you will never get the full experience this way, and you will miss out on a lot of great photo ops. If you’re not liking the way your photos are turning out, you’re either looking for a professional’s camera, or you’re simply not using it properly. Don’t let that scare you, though; I’m technologically behind the times, and I was able to easily learn everything on this camera in just a few uses (I never cracked the manual, if it even came with one). Learn to use this camera and you will never stop enjoying it.
Great picture quality and zoom!
This camera is pretty nice for the price and has some insane zoom with keeping great clarity. This was a gift for my daughter who is a college student that loves taking photos around campus with her friends as Marquette, Michigan on Lake Superior is quite picturesque. It was really simple to use as the menu explains the features as you scroll through them. It did not come with a manual but the only thing that stumped us was how to turn the flash on. Kept looking for a menu option or a button. Took a while to figure out it you need to manually flip the bulb up.