IM­AGE QUAL­ITY & PER­FOR­MANCE - CANON POW­ER­SHOT SX710 HS

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The Pow­er­Shot SX710 HS turns in good re­sults in most con­di­tions. There’s in-cam­era lens shift sta­bi­liza­tion, and a Hy­brid Auto mode that au­to­mat­i­cally cap­tures a four-se­cond movie be­fore each shot and com­bines the stills and video into a mon­tage, handy for par­ties or out­ings where you can’t quite pre­dict the ac­tion. The aut­o­fo­cus isn’t the fastest of the group, but it is fairly ac­cu­rate and it goes down to a fo­cus­ing dis­tance of just 1cm in macro, mak­ing it one of the more ver­sa­tile cam­eras in the lineup. One thing we did like is how the AF Frame en­larges to show you ex­actly what is be­ing fo­cused on in cen­ter AF Frame mode, which sort of acts as con­fir­ma­tion be­fore the shot. How­ever, im­ages tend to have a bit of a cyan bias, es­pe­cially when shoot­ing in­doors.

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Im­ages from the Pow­er­Shot SX710 HS tend to have a bit too much cyan.

De­tail is still held up de­cently well at ISO 1600.

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