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Canon vs Nikon: Canon’s PowerShot Sx530 vs Nikon’s PowerSnap Sx520

Canon PowerShot SX530 – Canon’s newest flagship DSLR – Canon Powershot Sx560 – Canon Camera Labs PowerSnap SX530 is the company’s first entry-level flagship DSLM, offering more than twice the megapixels and 4K resolution of Nikon’s S810.

The Sx620 also has 4K capabilities and the same 35mm F2.8 aperture.

The PowerSnap version comes with a 16MP f/1.7 lens, an f/2.0 aperture, and a f/4.0 maximum aperture.

Its built-in 1080p video recording also offers a 1.3GB (1.4TB) file size.

The Canon PowerSnap is the second flagship PowerShot model, after the PowerSnap T3.

Canon has also released a PowerSnap DSLR camera that it calls the S3.

The powerSnap S3 is the first to offer a 1/3.2″ sensor, which is significantly smaller than the Nikon S810’s 1/4″ sensor.

Canon claims the PowerShot camera’s 1.6-megapixel sensor has improved color and noise-reduction, and has improved autofocus.

The cameras’ frame size is also smaller.

In this camera, the Canon S3 uses an 18MP sensor.

We will review the Canon PowerPhoto SX620 camera later this year.