The 2 best Canon point and shoot cameras

Posted by Ronald James on October 20, 2017 in Photography and video |

I always had a huge faith in brand Canon as far as the photography equipment is concerned. Recently I had an opportunity to try two models of point and shoot camera at a sales promotion event organized by a local vendor. I just thought that it would be good if I could express my views on these two superb point and shoot cameras by Canon. So here are my musings for you:


Canon PowerShot SX530 HS


With a 50x zoom ratio, this one can be termed as a smart infusion of professional requirements of photography in an economical model. It has an easy to control system. The performance of this point and shoot camera is far responsive than the other counterparts in this price range. Not superbly compact, but still within its bag it can be carried easily along with.


It comes with the Creative Shot mode available in the Canon models. It comes with a convenient way to share your clicks with the integrated Wi-Fi with NFC. The body is quite comfortable to hold and focus with its steady handgrip. The LCD comes in a 3-inch size and 461k resolution. You will not be able to adjust the resolution but it is quite sharp to let you make out if the image is clean enough for your needs. It offers you numerous angles to judge the image from different aspects. This is a very decently priced point and shoot camera considering the clarity of images and the overall features of the camera.



Canon PowerShot ELPH 360 HS


This camera can be easily labeled as a rightly priced point and shoot camera. The most impressive highlights of the ELPH 360 are a 12X optical zoom lens, and a sleek body measuring less than an inch in thickness, giving you the ease of carrying. It will easily accommodate in any reasonably sized pocket.  Its performance to capture images is quite fast with a very less shutter lag as compared to other cameras in this range.


It also gives you good quality images but you may not call them outstanding capture. If you are a first-stepper in photography, then you won’t be disappointed with your output. It can be a great gadget for those of you who want to add a funny touch using numerous fun special effect shooting modes offered in this model. You will be dazzled by the sharpness of the LCD screen provided. It has an ISO of 80-3200. Overall this is a compact and affordable Point and shoot camera.

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