The PowerShot ZOOM is a new pocket-sized camera that can be comfortably used with one hand weighing at only 145g. It allows you to get closer to what you're watching whether it be sports, animal watching, aeroplanes or during travel.
The PowerShot ZOOM has instant three-step zoom where you can switch between 100mm (optical), 400mm (optical) and a digitally extended 800mm zoom. Shooting is comfortable with powerful Image Stabilization and smooth Autofocus tracking proving that you don’t have to be ‘near’ a moment to be ‘in’ the moment.
The PowerShot ZOOM is capable of shooting Full HD 1080p movies in Mp4, and capturing sharp still images at 10fps via its powerful DIGIC 8 processor, allowing you to get close-up to distant moments and relive them in detail.
The PowerShot ZOOM can be easily connected to your smartphone for remote shooting, image transfer or sharing your viewpoint in real time with the Camera Connect App. To safeguard treasured memories, the Canon PowerShot ZOOM enables you to import, browse and geo-tag images through Wi-Fi, supported by a Bluetooth® link to your smartphone.
Effective sensor size: 1/3-inch CMOS
Camera effective pixels: Max approx. 12.1 megapixels
Yes - Equipped with IS control to improve the appearance when using the EVF
1.2x (optical) / 4.8x (optical) / 9.6x (digital)
W: f/5.6, T: f/6.3 * Fixed aperture
100/400mm (35mm format), Digital zoom: x2 (800mm equivalent)
microSD / microSDHC / microSDXC
Yes / Yes
Can be charged/powered with USB Type-C * With 18W (9V / 2A) or higher compatible devices
33.4mm (W) x 50.8mm (H) x 103.1mm (D)
Approx. 145g (including card)
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