The SX50 HS's output is sharp and accurate, and it delivers an extraordinary zoom, which would cost thousands to replicate on a dSLR. It represents a significant step up from its predecessor, the SX40, but with rival superzooms with wider apertures throughout their range have proven that it's not always the length of your lens, but what you do with it that counts. Read full review
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