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Canon Powershot SX710 HS Camera w/ WiFi in Red + 8GB SDHC Card (Refurb) EXPIRED

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Canon.com has Canon Powershot SX710 HS Camera w/ WiFi in Red (Refurbished) + 8GB SDHC Memory Card on sale for $129.99. Shipping is free. Thanks FellaTee

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  • Canon Powershot SX710 HS Camera w/ WiFi in Red (Refurbished)
  • Battery Pack (NB-6LH)
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  • 8GB SDHC Card
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This camera is ranked 3rd in Consumer Reports 2018 Superzoom Category, ahead of the SX720 and thirteen others.


Great price I, I bought it after quite a bit of research to not tote my Nikon SLR to everything. Check Cashback sites.


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One thing I don't understand is why Canon do not support panorama in its line of cameras.
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One thing I don't understand is why Canon do not support panorama in its line of cameras.

I agree, should be standard. But then there is photoshop or elements.


I had the chance to use a Panasonic Lumix SZ60 for a few weeks and the Panorama Function on it was delicate, a lot of the stitched together pics had blurred segments. I would prefer stitching them in photoshop over the Lumix outcome.
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I agree, should be standard. But then there is photoshop or elements.


I had the chance to use a Panasonic Lumix SZ60 for a few weeks and the Panorama Function on it was delicate, a lot of the stitched together pics had blurred segments. I would prefer stitching them in photoshop over the Lumix outcome.
Yes, the built-in stitching does not always work. I have had Nikon and Panasonic, neither is perfect. But that should not be the reason not to have it.
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this camera is junk.
I own this camera, only regrets. and forgot to return it ...
if you want long zoom, get SX50 instead
The vast majority of reviews including consumer reports disagree with your anecdotal "junk" statement. Maybe you got a lemon.
The sx50 is much bulkier, which is the opposite of what I am looking for. I'd take my SLR instead, not to mention that the sx50/60 is much more expensive.
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Yes, the built-in stitching does not always work. I have had Nikon and Panasonic, neither is perfect. But that should not be the reason not to have it.
Agreed.
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Dslr lens usually doesn't use 50x concept, you buy the lens with specific mm lens.
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My fiancé wants a point and shoot camera, but frequently tries to use her phones digital zoom and it comes out like crap. Would this be appropriate for parties and hiking. Will it fit easily in a pocket? She refuses to carry a purse and half the time I end up carrying her stuff. Haven't seen much in way of options on SD lately, so I may have to jump on this one. I see it claims about 260 photos per battery charge, are replacement batteries reasonable? Thanks
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My fiancé wants a point and shoot camera, but frequently tries to use her phones digital zoom and it comes out like crap. Would this be appropriate for parties and hiking. Will it fit easily in a pocket? She refuses to carry a purse and half the time I end up carrying her stuff. Haven't seen much in way of options on SD lately, so I may have to jump on this one. I see it claims about 260 photos per battery charge, are replacement batteries reasonable? Thanks

Because the lens completely retracts, these can fit into pockets and that is one reason I bought it. As far as point and shoot cameras go, they are on the bigger side. With 30x zoom it has to store the lens somewhere. My guy pockets are likely bigger than hers. You will likely have it in your pocket if you end up carrying her stuff. I also believe in extra batteries and I found two third party 1800mh batteries for $8.62 on ebay shipped out of California and ordered them.
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Because the lens completely retracts, these can fit into pockets and that is one reason I bought it. As far as point and shoot cameras go, they are on the bigger side. With 30x zoom it has to store the lens somewhere. My guy pockets are likely bigger than hers. You will likely have it in your pocket if you end up carrying her stuff. I also believe in extra batteries and I found two third party 1800mh batteries for $8.62 on ebay shipped out of California and ordered them.
Thank you, looks like I'm in for one.
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Dslr lens usually doesn't use 50x concept, you buy the lens with specific mm lens.

30x is about 720mm and 50x around 1200mm, So in DSLR terms a lens that size would be extremely pricey, but it would be a beauty to take pics with and beast to tote together with the tripod you'd need. You'd also not be able to take into any concerts or sporting events, unlike a point and shoot.
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