There are a lot of things to like about the Canon PowerShot SX260 HS camera, which I recently had a chance to review.
It's an intermediate-level point-and-shoot camera that has several great features, including a 20X optical zoom lens in a camera that measures only about 1.29 inches in thickness. The biggest drawback to the PowerShot SX260 is its struggles with shutter lag and with shot-to-shot delays.
During my Canon PowerShot SX260 HS review, I found it was a little tough to arrive at a final star rating for this model, as the price varies widely. Canon dropped the MSRP soon after its release, and retailers are offering it at varying price points. Click the link to read my full review and figure out whether the price at which you can find the SX260 makes it a good value!
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