Canon PowerShot SX730 HS Review and Vlog HD Video Test and Zoom Test
Canon PowerShot SX730HS Review and Vlog Video Test & ZoomLink to Canon PowerShot SX730 HS: http://amzn.to/2yKgDGCBatteries for Canon SX730 HS: http://amzn.to/2ya9sdFToday I’m reviewing the Canon Powershot SX730 Point and Shoot camera. On the outside the Canon Powershot SX730 looks like almost any other Point-n-shoot zoom camera on the market. However, it does for some reason have a premium feel to it. Most of the parts seem to be made of metal and the camera has a nice balanced, weighted feel to it. Almost no part of it feels cheap or flimsy. The Canon Powershot SX730 HS is also currently available in two colors, black and silver. I’ll leave links to both versions below. It has a 40x zoom lens on the front and I’ll show you how that zoom performs, in a minute. The lens covers a 0.5 inch sensor which is somewhat standard equipment for zoom cameras in this price range. The top has it’s stereo microphone and a couple of buttons on it. It also has a mode dial which pretty much has all the settings most canon DSLRs have and this is really useful for quickly changing camera modes. My favorite though is the positioning of the video record button, which I feel couldn’t have been placed any better. The pop-up flash is also embedded into the top surface of the Canon Powershot SX730HS and is activated through this button on the side. As with almost every other camera, The Canon Powershot SX730HS has a standard set of buttons on the rear face, next to it’s 3 inch display. The screen doesn’t pull outwards like other cameras, but can be adjusted to several angles and can be flipped up for selfies and more importantly, vlogging. More about the vlog video quality in a minute. The menus and options on the Canon Powershot SX730 HS are neatly and intuitively laid out and easy to find, despite not having a touchscreen. I especially liked the quick access menu on the main display which allows you to make quick changes to settings.