Canon PowerShot SX730 Digital Camera w/40x Optical Zoom & 3 Inch Tilt LCD – Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth Enabled (Silver)

December 26, 2019 - Comment

Capture subjects near, far and in-between with the Powers hot SX730 HS digital camera’s powerful 40x optical zoom. Take shots of memorable moments with the zoom framing assist when using longer focal lengths. There’s also automatic feature to choose the best composition for your subject. The all new 180 Degree tilt-type screen can face all

Capture subjects near, far and in-between with the Powers hot SX730 HS digital camera’s powerful 40x optical zoom. Take shots of memorable moments with the zoom framing assist when using longer focal lengths. There’s also automatic feature to choose the best composition for your subject. The all new 180 Degree tilt-type screen can face all the way forward to put you in the center of the frame. The smooth skin effect can help enhance your natural features. Share your photos and videos right away with a range of connection options, which now includes versatile built-in Bluetooth*, as well as built-in Wi-Fi** and NFC*** technology.

Product Features

  • 40x optical zoom with zoom framing assist
  • 20.3 Megapixel
  • CMOS sensor
  • Digi 6 image processor. Focusing Range : 1cm (0.4in.) – infinity (W), 2.0m (6.6ft.) – infinity (T)

Comments

Anonymous says:

The zoom makes all the difference I normally shoot with an SLR–Canon 5D Mk IV or sometimes a 7D Mk II. I’ve owned several small cameras aimed at pro photographers, like the G12, G16, G7X and G7X Mk II. All are great little point-and-shoots, but I’ve found I never have a use for them. The images aren’t good enough to sell and I’m not one for snapshots; they’re too noisy to use shooting bands in bars (my hobby) and don’t have enough reach to get near the stage. The G7X Mk II would probably take a decent landscape shot but…

Anonymous says:

Based on a few weeks usage, I’m very impressed … Based on a few weeks usage, I’m very impressed with the performance at full zoom. I shot a bald eagle photo and he was 2-300′ away. When I cropped the image down, I discovered the camera had also captured a flying bee and you could see its wings.

Anonymous says:

Get it for the zoom First off I just want to illustrate the zoom on this camera.Picture one: zoomed all the way out.Picture two: same location, optical zoom at the max, no digital zoom.Now, this is a great little camera with only a few down sides.Likes:Fantastic zoom (FAR better than most slr telephoto lenses)Sharp imagesCompactGood battery lifeCan charge through usbWireless picture transfer to cell phoneArticulating screen is…

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