'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
Has shooting modes for every type of photographer from casual to advanced
Sharp lens, 20x zoom range
Quicker GPS and better image quality
Finger rail grip, Better than average noise control
Sharp lens, Integrated Wi-Fi
Built-in Wifi and GPS via a smartphone
Good image quality versus competitors
Compact, svelte design
Image quality is slightly better than on the previous SX260
Deliver a decent burst mode and a fun high-speed video mode
Nice camera to use
Built in Wi-Fi, 15m waterproof
Solid overall image quality
Very high dynamic range
Good looks, Excellent image quality
Good high ISO performance
Highly recommended to casual photographers looking for a bang up-to-date point and shoot that importantly produces good looking images
Good image quality, Smart Auto mode is intuitive
Sharp lens. Integrated Wi-Fi. Good high ISO performance.
Superfluous menu options
'low light visibility was very good.'
'the S6 sits squarely in Nikon's lifestyle range, there aren't many complex features to trouble a pretty face.'
'the S6 is a fairly typical pocket-size point-and-shoot.'
'3-inch LCD screen'
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