Record all of life’s most treasured moments with 4K video and time-lapse; four times the resolution of full HD. Can’t decide if you want to capture a moment in video or stills? We’ve made it simple for you; seamlessly crop still images from your 4K movies after filming at exquisitely sharp quality.
Zoom in to those far distances at pin sharp detail with 40x optical zoom and 80x zoom plus; the equivalent to a 24 mm – 960 mm focal length.
You’ll never miss that fast moving object as the SX740 comes to life in 1.6 seconds and can continuously shoot at up to 10 frames per second with fixed auto focus.
Record your movies and time lapses in 4K. This high resolution means images can be cropped from movies once you’ve finished filming.
No matter where you are, you’ll always be equipped with a 40x high powered optical zoom and 80x ZoomPlus which produce crisp and sharp details.
The 180° tilt LCD screen enables you to snap your selfies while checking your appearance, while Self Portrait mode will ensure the perfect selfie.
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.
Shoot those night time and dark scenes easily with a 20.3 MP CMOS sensor. When shooting in high ISO you’ll still achieve quality and well exposed images.
Switching to Food Mode makes it possible to emphasize what’s on the plate by shooting bright and vivid shots.
Quickly focus on unexpected subjects and photo opportunities. With high speed continuous shooting of 10fps with fixed AF and 7.4fps with tracking AF.
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110.1 x 63.8 x 39.9 mm
F/3.3 (W), F/6.9 (T)
One-Shot AF: 10 fps / Servo AF: 7.4 fps
40x IS 24- 960 mm
3.0 inch TFT Colour LCD. Tilts up 180 degrees
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