Capture the incredible with Canon's most powerful Superzoom camera yet. You will capture extraordinary detail as you zoom in on distant wildlife and ultra-wide landscapes with this hugely versatile camera. Boasting a huge 65x optical zoom and 130x zoom plus, the PowerShot SX70 HS makes framing your subject in any location simple.
With Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy Technology, keep your camera connected to your smart phone and transfer photos easily with the Camera Connect App.
The PowerShot SX70 HS supports 4K movie shooting as well as the ability to grab still frames from your movies once you’ve finished recording.
Enjoy detailed image quality with your high performance 65x zoom and 130x zoom plus lens which is capable of shooting macro, wide- angle and super telephoto.
Located within easy reach of your fingertips, the Seek button quickly zooms out to help you find moving subjects while the Lock button prevents camera shake. The power zoom lever is perfect for slowly zooming in and out when shooting movies.
Never miss a moment with the continuous shooting function. Snap up to 10 shots per second on fixed AF and 5.7 shots on AF tracking.
Get creative and make 4K movie magic with the added ability to shoot 4K time lapses while utilizing your high-power zoom.
The PowerShot SX70 HS is equipped with a 0.39-type approx. 2.36- million dot, high definition EVF, making focusing in manual focus an accurate and smooth experience.
With 5 stop Image Stabilization (IS) performance, you can ensure no photo opportunities are lost by camera shake.
Equipped with Zoom Framing Assist, you can ensure the subject is tracked and kept centred in the angle of view.
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127.1 x 90.9 x 116.6 mm
f/3.4 (W), f/6.5 (T)
Yes / Yes
One-Shot AF: 10 fps / Servo AF: 5.7 fps
Yes- 0.39-type organic EL. Approx. 2.36 million dot eye sensor
3.0-type, approx. 920,000 dot vari-angle