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Canon PowerShot SX130IS 12.1 MP Digital Camera with 12x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3.0-Inch LCD

  • Shoot 720p HD video with stereo sound while using the optical zoom
  • High-powered 12x wide-angle optical zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer
  • Scene modes like Miniature Effect for Movie and Fisheye Effect; Advanced Smart AUTO
  • DIGIC 4 Image Processor, with 12.1 megapixels; 3.0-inch wide LCD
  • Capture images to SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards (not included)



Canon PowerShot SX130IS 12.1 MP Digital Camera with 12x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3.0-Inch LCD

Canon’s 4345B001 PowerShot SX130 IS 12.1 MP Compact Digital Camera is the perfect companion to all your good times. Now you can capture every detail of special moments in crisp, stunning 720p HD even while using the high-powered 12x wide-angle optical zoom. You’ll record in stereo sound, then play back your videos instantly on you computer. The SX130 IS all about creativity, with fun new scene modes like Miniature Effect for Movies, and Fisheye Effect for artistically distorted stills. While you’re having fun creating, the camera’s Smart Flash Exposure and advanced Smart AUTO systems are ensuring that every image is the best it can be. Add the DIGIC 4 Image Processor, 12.1 megapixels and Optical Image Stabilizer, and you’ve got the ideal camera for making the good times last.

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  1. 511 of 518 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Fantastic Compact Zoom Choice, December 12, 2010
    By 
    J. Whiteside (Spokane, WA) –
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    I’ll start by saying that I’m a Canon fan. Three out of four of my current digital cameras, including both my DSLR’s, are Canon. When I was looking to upgrade my compact zoom, this unit caught my eye for both its price point and its feature set. For a sub-$200 compact zoom, this camera definitely leads the pack.

    Pros:
    * 12 megapixel image capture
    * Very good image quality
    * Full 720P HD video capture
    * Excellent low light performance for its class
    * Excellent image stabilization capability
    * Full manual control, including Av, Tv and full manual modes
    * Great zoom range, especially at the wide end
    * Excellent, fast and intuitive performance
    * Reasonable battery performance with rechargables (a MUST!)
    * Works with convenient AA batteries
    * Excellent flash for its class
    * Excellent color fidelity with no detectable image artifacts
    * Fast continuous shooting for a compact camera
    * Perfect size for a compact zoom, fits in a large pocket
    * Fantastic price/performance ratio

    Cons:
    * No CCD cleaner that I’ve found
    * No flash shoe for an external flash
    * No external audio inputs for video capture
    * 10 minute video capture limit
    * No RAW image support
    * Terrible support for HD video codec
    * No optical/digital viewfinder / LCD display only
    * My unit got a speck of dust inside the lens, creating a spot on images/video for awhile

    It’s been a couple years since I’ve purchased a camera and I was a bit surprised to see how far the feature sets have come, especially on the lower-end compacts. I’ve now put this camera through the paces in many different situations and overall, I’m very pleased with everything about it so far.

    My criteria for this camera purchase was fairly simple. I wanted a compact zoom with decent optical range, AA battery support, excellent color fidelity, reasonable low light performance and a unit that provided full manual control. I’m an amateur/semi-pro photographer and I expect a lot from my cameras. After reviewing the options out there, this one was a clear winner.

    First, I’ll speak to the image quality and zoom. I’ve been very impressed with both its color fidelity and the overall image quality. Images are sharp and its ability to provide vivid color and great dynamic range within images is fantastic. With the unit’s lack of RAW support, this was very important to me. At the low end of the zoom, there is a bit of the wide-angle effect…but I really appreciate how wide this camera is able to go. At the far end of the zoom, the optical quality is still great and I haven’t detected any weak spots within the optical range. I’ve never been impressed with digital zoom, and I nearly always avoid it…but as is typical with digital zoom, you’ll get artifacts at the furthest end of the spectrum. For a compact, the macro mode is also quite functional, allowing a very short focus range of less than 1/2″ – and the 2″ focus minimum for normal mode is also quite impressive.

    Aperture performance was up to my expectations for a camera lens of this quality, if not even a little better than I expected. The range is from f/3.4 to f/8.0 in aperture priority mode, and I typically would want more on the far end, but as far as I’m concerned, this camera produces f/22 and above quality in landscapes. You’re not going to get beautiful bokeh effects at the low end (f/3.4) but this is typical of compact cameras with inexpensive lenses. With that said, though, I was surprised to see any bokeh whatsoever…and it is possible to get a little.

    Low light performance is important to me as this is one of my strongest interests in photography. Up to ISO800, there is very little noise in the captured images and I’ve found that my noise filters will clean up what little there is quite well. ISO1600 starts to introduce a fairly strong noise characteristic, but I expected as much. There is no ISO3200 support, but personally, I feel like this is a waste in a camera at this price point as there’s no way you’re going to get good performance at such extremes. The image stabilization works well, especially when you’re right on the edge of needing a tripod. The camera features an auto focus assist beam, which is a welcome addition within a camera at this price point. Low-light video performance was quite good, although it does take a performance hit in the noise department…but I was still very impressed that it performs as well as it does by producing very watchable low-light video results.

    The overall feature set for a relatively inexpensive compact is just staggering to me. All of the basic features are there for a person who appreciates some creative control, including full Tv, Av and manual modes. The automatic modes are great for those times when I don’t want to put…

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  2. 479 of 490 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing Straight From The Box, August 31, 2010
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    jenmt
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    I first heard about the SX130is on August 19th- the same day I had decided that my final purchase decision would be the SX120is. After reading a few reviews, it had me convinced that this would be worth waiting for. I received my SX130is late this morning- and have to say, right from the box it was just amazing. Every time in the past when purchasing a new camera, it takes some adjusting and “breaking in” before fully great-quality pictures come, but with this one, literally from the first shot it has been wonderful. The HD video also records wonderfuly, and the sound is great as well- even with using all of the 48x digital zoom! The one “downside” to the video mode is that the image doesn’t auto-focus as you zoom in, at times you have to re-focus using the shutter just as you normally would when taking a picture, but I personally didn’t find that too annoying once I figured it out. The miniature and fisheye modes are a blast to use, and the smart-shutter mode (takes the photo when a smile is detected, without using the shutter) is neat too. The LCD is a nice big size, and has an auto-rotate for images in the playback mode, as well as an option to scroll through them when selecting. A fun fact which I also noticed is that it has a “screensaver,” which displays the time to save the screen (as a computer would). Although some might consider it a bit “bulky” compared to most compact point and shoots, the size is perfect for someone like me who has bigger hands, allowing for a decent grip and non-clumsy hold. Overall, I just absolutely LOVE this camera (which I why I already give it 5 stars, hands down). Definitely recomend this to anyone; is well worth the money!

    ***Updated on 9/24***
    After finally getting some Rayovac recharcable NiMH batteries, I can finally say that this camera is well worth the money. If you use regular AA (nonrechargeable) batteries, it will blow through them like crazy, so I learned the hard way. But the NiMH last much, much longer, plus are rechargeable. If you plan on purchasing this camera, I would highly recommend also getting the batteries- it is well worth the extra money.

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  3. 199 of 202 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Superb mini all-rounder, November 1, 2010
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    Clint (Inverness) –
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    I bought this camera mainly because it was reviewed as having good pic and video quality, it has HD video, and it takes AA batteries. So far it’s been superb all round.

    The AA batteries bit is a really big deal for me. I so nearly bit the bullet and got a camera that uses a proprietary battery pack — as, tragically, they almost all do now — only to discover, when trying to get 2 spare packs, that they’re basically unobtainable! This makes such a camera useless for me, as on a long trip (e.g. weekend hike), once the battery is dead, you’re stuffed until you find a 110v outlet to charge from.

    I understand that AAs are more bulky for a given charge, and presumably that’s why the SX130 only takes two. I’d personally take a larger handgrip to make room for two more batteries, but the bottom line is, it doesn’t really matter. Just take along spares, and change them out as needed. Use NiMH batteries for best life (conventional batteries like Duracells simply can’t handle the loads of a digital camera), but in a pinch, you know that more charge is almost always going to be easily available. And when rechargables wear out, getting new ones is a snap.

    So anyhow… I basically love the camera. It’s compact and light, and easily fits in a jacket pocket, so it’s always handy for a snapshot. It takes great pictures, and superb clear 720p movies. The stereo sound is good, but with built-in mics, wind noise will always be a problem if there is much wind at all. You can zoom while filming, but the noise is quite audible on the soundtrack (though subtle enough not to be really annoying, mostly). I’ve started using a separate sound recorder for projects where I care about the live sound.

    The reason for dinging one star is the one niggly point I’ve found to date: video capture is limited to 9 mins 59 seconds per clip. This is a hard and consistent limit; I guess it’s to avoid the 2GB file size limit. It’s never been a problem for me so far, but I could see where it could become an issue for some types of filming.

    Battery life isn’t great, but like I said, just carry two or three (or ten!) sets of spares, easy. For the record, here’s what I got on a single set of Eneloops, taking continuous 10-minute video clips until it died: battery warning came on at 80 minutes; batteries died at 110 minutes. One 16GB memory card stored 85 minutes of video, averaging 186 MB per minute. I’m using a 32GB card now (class 10), and it works great.

    In case you’re wondering what it records in the .MOV files it captures, ffmpeg tells me that the video format is:

    Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280×720, 22301 kb/s, 29.97 fps
    Audio: pcm, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, s16, 1536 kb/s

    So overall, great. I do wish there was more choice of cameras taking standard batteries; but this one fits the bill nicely.

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