Canon PowerShot SX160 IS 16.0 MP Digital Camera (Old Model) with 16x Wide-Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3.0-Inch LCD

Canon PowerShot SX160 IS 16.0 MP Digital Camera (Old Model) with 16x Wide-Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3.0-Inch LCDDescription

The Canon 6354B001 PowerShot SX160 IS 16MP Compact Digital Camera, in black, offers a powerful 16x optical zoom lens enabling you to shoot photos and videos that cover the full spectrum of focal lengths. From wide-angle 28mm shots of friends gathered ’round the dinner table to standard length shots of landscapes and even telephoto shots of animals, sporting events and close-up portraits, the


  • 16 effective megapixel, 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor
  • 3-inch TFT color LCD with wide viewing angle
  • DIGIC 4 image processor
  • 720p HD video with dedicated movie button
  • 28mm wide-angle lens with powerful 16x optical zoom and optical image stabilizer
  • 16x Optical Zoom with 28mm Wide-Angle lens
  • DIGIC 4 Image Processor
  • 3.0-inch LCD
  • 720p HD video in stereo sound
  • AA battery power

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This product was manufactured by Canon.

Brand: Canon
UPC: 013803157215
List Price: $199.00.
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3 Responses to “Canon PowerShot SX160 IS 16.0 MP Digital Camera (Old Model) with 16x Wide-Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom with 3.0-Inch LCD”

  1. Yarii says:

    For the past 2 years I looked at the Canon SX-series cameras, but being a person who can only be happy with a lithium-battery camera, I shied away from these. So I finally went for it after reading the AA battery life is getting better. If you buy some rechargeables, preferably Eneloops, you will be happy enough.

    * Takes EXCELLENT CRISP, SHARP photos with TRUE COLORS, and also GREAT MACRO (close-up) shots. (I have taken some grainy photos while playing around with it, but they were my fault due to low light without the flash being up).
    * Larger than an ultra-compact camera, easy to grip, yet not so large where it’s a drag to carry with you – this camera feels comfortable – if you have larger hands or fingers, you won’t accidentally push the wrong buttons, plenty of room – I have short, stubby fingers and short nails as I do a lot of typing, those ultra-compact cameras were wrong for me!
    * Very pleased with battery life; I’ve taken over 250 shots and a…

  2. John Sturgeon says:


    URGENT UPDATE, September, 2013:

    If you prefer using 2-AA batteries in a digital camera – as I do very much – then you seriously need to consider buying a Canon SX160, now, while the supplies still last. The new model SX170 runs on a Canon NB-6LH proprietary battery which costs $38 on Amazon for each spare battery, and it will only take about half as many shots per charge. The Canon SX160 is now the last remaining 2-AA battery, full-featured, full-function, compact, travel & field camera left on the entire worldwide market. When the remaining ones are gone, they are gone forever.

    I have owned and used all of them from the SX100 to the SX160. I have long-considered the Canon SX100 line of cameras to be “The Best 2-AA-Battery All-Purpose Travel and Field Cameras Ever Made.” I have posted 5-star reviews of both the SX150 and SX160…

  3. dlc "dlc" says:

    I primarily purchased the SX160 to take videos and photos of my kids performing in an orchestra. For my purpose the camera worked very well, sitting in the back row I had a clear view of the entire stage and was easily able to zoom up to my children’s faces as they were playing their instruments.

    While taking videos the zoom is very silent and smooth and from 16x it will magnify digitally up to 64x which was surprisingly sharp and clear as the image stabilization was very effective. Considering the theater type stage lighting the exposures looked great although the auto focus did have trouble at one point but was reliable most of the time. The camera also picks up the sound in stereo so the music from the performances sounded amazingly good.

    My results with still photos were also very good considering the extended zoom and low lighting conditions, I also appreciated the silent mode which muted all sounds from the camera. I own a Canon Rebel XS and am so…

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