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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Canon SX 50 HS, 200x magnification ability at sunset

See the small heron in the bottom of the sunset photo with the shorebirds?

Well, just zoom out and magnify it 200% with the Canon SX 50 HS camera. It's a Roseate Spoonbill!

Just got the incredible Canon SX 50 HS. It actually has a 200x magnification ability. Wow. Went and photographed the sunset at Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Look what it can do.
Can't wait to use it more!
The Canon SX 50 is a brand new point and shoot super-zoom camera that has a 50x zoom lens which is equivalent to a focal length of 24-1200mm. The optical zoom is 50x. The Digital Approx. 4x (with digital tele-converter approx. 1.5x or 2.0x and Safety Zoom). combined Approx. 200x

4 comments:

mjh said...

I'll be interested in seeing more examples from the SX 50 HS and more of your impressions. peace, mjh

Sam Brunson said...

Looks like a great camera!

Anonymous said...

are you adding a tele converter?

Rick from Ohio said...

are you ading a tele converter?