Canon PowerShot SX60 HS Wi-Fi Digital Camera with 32GB Card + Case + Flash + Battery + Tripods + Kit

June 30, 2015 - Comment

Kit includes:♦ 1) Canon PowerShot SX60 HS Wi-Fi Digital Camera♦ 2) Precision Design DSLR300 High Power Auto Flash♦ 3) PD-C20 Digital Camera/Camcorder Case♦ 4) Transcend 32GB SecureDigital (SDHC) 300x UHS-1 Class 10 Memory Card♦ 5) Spare NB-10L Battery ♦ 6) PD 50″ PD-50PVTR Compact Travel Tripod ♦ 7) PD Flexible Tabletop Mini Tripod ♦ 8)

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Kit includes:
♦ 1) Canon PowerShot SX60 HS Wi-Fi Digital Camera
♦ 2) Precision Design DSLR300 High Power Auto Flash
♦ 3) PD-C20 Digital Camera/Camcorder Case
♦ 4) Transcend 32GB SecureDigital (SDHC) 300x UHS-1 Class 10 Memory Card
♦ 5) Spare NB-10L Battery
♦ 6) PD 50″ PD-50PVTR Compact Travel Tripod
♦ 7) PD Flexible Tabletop Mini Tripod
♦ 8) PD SD/SDHC & MicroSD HC Card Reader
♦ 9) PD 8 SD / 2 MicroSD Memory Card Case
♦ 10) PD LCD Screen Protectors
♦ 11) PD 5-Piece Cleaning Kit
♦ 12) ImageRecall Digital Image Recovery Software
♦ 13) PD HDMI to Mini-HDMI (C) Gold Audio/Video Cable (6′)

The Canon PowerShot SX60 HS Wi-Fi Digital Camera has an astonishing 65x Optical Zoom (21mm-1365mm) Wide-Angle Lens with Optical Image Stabilizer that combines tremendous flexibility with portable ease. Capture close-ups, wide shots and everything in between with beautiful quality thanks to a 16.1 Megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS Sensor and Canon’s latest DIGIC 6 Image Processor that together create the Canon HS SYSTEM for excellent low-light performance. Additional features: Zoom Framing Assist, Intelligent IS, 1080p Full HD video, Wi-Fi – and NFC-enabled, Mobile Device Connect button, plus more!

This Precision Design DSLR300 Universal High-Power Flash unit is the perfect accessory for any photographer looking for reduced red-eye, evenly lit subjects, or more power for telephoto shooting. This flash can be effective at ranges of over 50 feet, reduces shadows, and adds depth to your pictures.

This padded carrying case includes a zippered main compartment with padded velcro divider, two large exterior zippered pockets, and two mesh pockets.

Take pictures faster (up to 45MB/sec.) with this Transcend 32GB SecureDigital (SDHC) 300x UHS-1 Class 10 Memory Card.


R. Larson says:

Excellent Canon Camera for Multiple Purposes! I purchased this camera and packiage for multiple uses as a photo journalist, amateur photographer, trade shows, and personal and work video work. The zoom is incredible even on the digital zoom with crisp and excellent quality photos in the highest or medium resolution. It’s nice NOT to have to change wide to zoom lenses for different shots when lots of movement of your subject occurs. You really need a tripod for max zoom up to 1200 mm shots for best stability on long shots. I was concerned…

Pu'er says:

Great company Great service. Great price.

Samir says:

(Electronics) I couldn’t deidce between these three cameras (and their variants, the Sony HX30 and the Panasonic ZX20) because many of the reviews of each made the cameras sound very similar. So, I went out and bought (from merchants who accepted returns) one of each of these three cameras (I didn’t need WI-FI or GPS, so that’s how I settled on these less expensive variants). And then I took photos and videos in various conditions. I am not a professional photographer, and I didn’t do Imatest or any other specific tests on the images (you can read C/net for that), but this is an experience of a regular person who was taking pictures and videos with these three cameras side by side, which is a comparison that you do not often see.The bottom line is that these three cameras are very similar with a few minor differences, but those differences set them apart and may make you deidce that you like one more than the other.Generally speaking, NONE of these cameras is a DSLR replacement. Whomever writes that the pictures are as good as a DSLR is not speaking accurately. Also, none of the cameras is a replacement for a high end camcorder.OUTSIDE PICTURESIf you are taking pictures outside on a sunny day all of these cameras will take very nice pictures for small to medium enlargements (no bigger than 8 x 10). The cameras all produce nice fairly sharp images that would be well suited for that purpose. And, like most people, I don’t remember ever enlarging a picture more than 8 x 10, so it is not a common problem.What might be an issue is if you are zoomed in all the way and wanted to crop a photo (which sometimes happens), the differences in the way the cameras’ photos look when you pixel peep might make a difference. In good light outside, the cameras were close, but the best photos were from the CANON with the SONY and the PANASONIC a close second.INSIDE PICTURES GOOD LIGHTIf you are inside and you are taking pictures in low light, you will see a different story. Again, at smaller sized prints 4 6, 5 7, most people will see almost no difference between the pictures of the three cameras other than the PANASONIC’s colors are a little less vibrant than those in the CANON and the SONY. I am not sure whether those colors are less accurate, they are just a little less vivid.If you pixel peep at these pictures, the CANON’s photos are clearly the best with the PANASONIC’s being second. The CANON’s remain very sharp through a good amount of enlargement while the PANASONIC’s, although close, get softer a little faster. The SONY’s pictures inside with good light became soft rather quickly and, I’m not sure if this is because the SONY has 18MP on a small chip (as some of the tech reviewers write), but there is a watercolor effect where after you enlarge it a little bit, it looks like a Claude Manet painting.INSIDE PICTURES LOW LIGHTIn poor light, the hierarchy between the cameras remains the same, but there is less of a gap between the CANON and the PANASONIC. It seems as if the CANON takes somewhat worse pictures in low light, and the PANASONIC just doesn’t get that much worse. As a result, the gap between these two becomes somewhat closer. The SONY’s pictures remain the poorest of the three in low light.VIDEO OUTSIDE GOOD LIGHTAll three cameras take very nice video outside in good light. If you are editing or nitpicky, you will note that the SONY and the PANASONIC take 60 frames per second, which is somewhat easier to edit, than the 24 frames per second that the CANON records. While you have to look for it, the CANON’s outside video does have a couple of instances where it seems to be a tad jerky compared to the SONY and PANASONIC’s video. But you really have to look for it and most people won’t notice if you don’t have another video outside for comparison.While all the outdoor video is close, I would give the edge to the SONY in video, with the PANASONIC second and the CANON third. But they are close for outside video.VIDEO INSIDETaking video inside is a different story. Inside, the SONY shines and clearly has the best video. The video from this camera is actually good. It is not professional level by any stretch, but it is good solid quite viewable video from a camera that takes still pictures.There is a noticeable difference on indoor video between the SONY and the PANASONIC. This difference was perhaps most noticeable to me because I had both videos from both cameras and watched them over and over again looking for differences. While the difference is noticeable, it is not a tremendous difference. The SONY video is super smooth and seems to get as much out of the light as it can. The PANASONIC video also is smooth and gets a good contrast tone and color out of the available light, but is slightly less smooth

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