Canon PowerShot SX280 HS gets a new heart (pictures)
Sure, the 20x zoom on the SX280 HS is what draws you in, but its new processor aims to keep you happy.
Canon PowerShot SX280 HS
The SX280 HS has the same lens and 12-megapixel BSI sensor as its predecessor, the SX260 HS, but gets an all-new Digic 6 processor. The new chip improves shooting speeds, allows for 1080/60p movie capture, and, perhaps most importantly, reduces the amount of noise in high-ISO, low-light pictures.
The SX280 has full manual and semimanual modes as well as a whole lot of automatic options, including its Hybrid Auto that combines Canon's scene-recognition auto mode with Movie Digest, which captures a few seconds of video before each shot and then combines them into one clip at the end of a day of shooting.