'If you're in the market for a compact superzoom and you're on a budget, the SX600 HS is our recommendation.'
'Creative Shot mode.'
'Shutter lag with flash is poor.'
A reliable 18x zoom travel compact with a range of useful functions
While Canon’s PowerShot SX600 HS is an easy-to-use camera with a long 18x zoom, performance and image quality resembles those from a lower-end camera.
Picks up where your phone leaves off without sacrificing easy sharing
Good choice for budget-conscious buyers
Build and performance is acceptable given its asking price
Excellent image quality for this class of cameras
Full manual mode, Lithium ion battery, Easy to use
Sharp lens, Integrated Wi-Fi
Built-in Wifi and GPS via a smartphone
Good image quality versus competitors
Compact, svelte design
Big, easy-to-press controls
Image quality is great
Wide-ranging zoom, affordable, manual modes
Good colour and white balance performance
Solid overall image quality
Very high dynamic range
Good looks, Excellent image quality
'Massive focal range'
'The battery life is short and the overall design could use some help.'
'built-in image stabilizer'
'secure and stable grip'
'As pocketable megazooms go, the Canon PowerShot SX210 IS is a solid choice for those looking for more shooting control as well as a reliable Auto mode. '
'The Canon PowerShot SX210 IS is the rare camera that's sure to please a variety of users, making this pocket megazoom a solid recommendation for any camera shopper.'
'the PowerShot SX210 is well worth a look.'
Offers very good photo quality
Very noisy images
Solid travel-zoom camera