Canon PowerShot SX40 HS User Manual

Download Canon PowerShot SX40 HS User Manual. Immerse yourself in the action with the PowerShot SX40 HS. An ultra wide-angle 35x optical zoom, amazing low-light results thanks to the High-Sensitivity System, Full HD technology and ultra-fast shooting make it the perfect travel companion for the most demanding. The powerful optical zoom lens with an ultra wide-angle 24 mm covers an incredible focal length range (24-840 mm). It is suitable for all situations, from scenic landscapes and indoor scenes to distant close-ups of flora and fauna. Thanks to the ultrasonic motor, the zoom is extremely precise and its operation virtually silent, even in video mode. The powerful optical Image Stabilizer ensures sharp images in low light or when you use the maximum zoom. The Intelligent Image Stabilizer automatically selects from the 7 available options the optical image stabilization mode that will guarantee you sharp photos and videos and a high level of detail.
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS User Manual
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS User Manual
Thanks to a perfect alliance between the latest DIGIC 5 image processor and the high sensitivity CMOS sensor, the High Sensitivity System allows you to shoot with low noise and high image quality, even in low light. You need to use a flash or a tripod less often, movement is frozen without blur and the available flash range is greater. Record beautiful Full HD (1080p) movies at 24fps with stereo sound. The HDMI-CEC connection reduces the loss when displaying on an HDTV and controls playback via the TV's remote control. The 6.8cm (2.7 ") PureColor II VA LCD display provides excellent visibility and framing with ease at challenging angles. The electronic viewfinder allows for more stable shots. The Smart Auto mode is fully automatic, which allows the camera to detect 32 different scenes (21 for videos). You thus have the guarantee of an optimal result. Multi-zone white balance correction provides natural color rendering, even when lighting sources are multiple.

Capture the action in a fraction of a second in 12.1 megapixel resolution, shooting up to 10.3 shots per second, for up to 8 images, using High Speed Burst HQ. With manual modes, you fully control the exposure, which allows you to get exactly the result you want. Easily choose your own settings, such as aperture, shutter speed, white balance and ISO sensitivity. The zoom framing wizard allows you to track a subject remotely when using the maximum zoom. At the touch of a button, the wizard zooms in quickly. You can find the subject more easily. A new zoom is performed when the key is released. The optional lens filter adapter allows you to attach 67mm lens filters from the Canon EOS Series. The shoe lets you use Canon Speedlite EX flashes to increase flash range and boost your creativity.

Main features of Canon PowerShot SX40 HS; Ultra wide-angle 35x (24-840 mm) zoom with UMD (Ultrasonic Motor) motor for fast zoom. The Intelligent Image Stabilizer adapts the optical image stabilizer among the best on the market to the type of scene photographed (7 modes). High Sensitivity 12.1 megapixel system with a powerful DIGIC 5 processor for amazing results even in low light. Full HD (1080p) video with optical zoom, stereo sound and HDMI-CEC output. 2.7 "PureColor II VA LCD Swivel Screen and Electronic EVF (EVF). Smart Auto Mode with Multizone White Balance Correction detects 32 types of scenes and optimizes settings. Capture fast action with high speed burst mode HQ. Take things in hand with manual modes. The zoom framing wizard allows you to find topics during high magnifications. Accessories including Canon Speedlite Speedlights and Lens Filter Adapter.

Table content of Canon PowerShot SX40 HS User Manual
  • Getting Started
    Charging the Battery, Compatible Memory Cards (Sold Separately), Inserting the Battery and Memory Card, Using the Screen, Setting the Date and Time, Setting the Display Language, Formatting Memory Cards, Pressing the Shutter Button, Taking Pictures (Smart Auto), Viewing Images, Erasing Images, Shooting Movies, Viewing Movies, Transferring Images to a Computer for Viewing.
  • Learning More
    Components Guide, Screen Display, Adjusting the Viewfinder, FUNC. Menu – Basic Operations, MENU – Basic Operations, Changing the Sound Settings, Adjusting the Screen Brightness, Indicator, Returning the Camera to Default Settings, Power Saving Function (Auto Power Down), Clock Function.
  • Shooting with Commonly Used Functions
    Zooming In More Closely on Subjects (Digital Zoom), Reacquiring Zoomed In Subjects (Zoom Framing Assist), Inserting the Date and Time, Using the Self-Timer, Changing the Aspect Ratio, Changing the Recording Pixel Setting (Image Size), Changing the Compression Ratio (Image Quality), Correcting the Green Tint from Mercury Lamps.
  • Adding Effects and Shooting in Various Conditions
    Take shots of moving subjects (Sports), Shooting in Special Scenes, Adding Effects and Shooting (Creative Filters), Making Short Movies Automatically (Movie Digest), Detecting a Face and Shooting (Smart Shutter), High-Speed Continuous Shooting (High-speed Burst HQ), Shooting Stitch Assist Images.
  • Choosing Settings Yourself
    Shooting in Program AE, Adjusting the Brightness (Exposure Compensation), Turning the Flash On, Correcting the Brightness and Shooting (i-Contrast), Adjusting the White Balance, Changing the ISO Speed, Changing the Tone of an Image (My Colors), Continuous Shooting, Shooting Close-ups (Macro), Using the Digital Tele-Converter, Changing the AF Frame Mode, Changing the AF Frame Position and Size, Choosing the Subject to Focus On (Tracking AF), Magnifying the Focal Point, Shooting with the AF Lock, Shooting with Servo AF, Focus Bracketing (Focus-BKT Mode), Shooting in Manual Focus Mode, Choosing the Person to Focus On (Face Select), Changing the Metering Method, Shooting with the AE Lock, Shooting with the FE Lock, Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB Mode), Adjusting the Flash Exposure Compensation, Shooting with Slow Synchro, Red-Eye Correction, Checking for Shut Eyes.
  • Getting More Out of Your Camera
    Setting the Shutter Speed, Setting the Aperture Value, Setting the Shutter Speed and Aperture Value, Adjusting the Flash Output, Saving Shooting Settings.
  • Using Various Functions for Shooting Movies
    Shooting Movies in E Mode, Changing the Movie Mode, Shooting Various Kinds of Movies, Shoot Movies That Look Like a Miniature Model (Miniature Effect), Shooting Super Slow Motion Movies, Changing the Image Quality, Taking Still Images while Shooting a Movie, AE Lock/Exposure Shift, Sound Settings, Other Shooting Functions, Editing.
  • Using Various Playback and Editing Functions
    Quickly Searching Images, Viewing Images in Filtered Playback, Checking the Focus, Viewing Slideshows, Magnifying Images, Viewing Each Image in a Group, Displaying Various Images (Smart Shuffle), Changing Image Transitions, Protecting Images, Erasing Images, Tagging Images as Favorites, Organizing Images by Category (My Category), Rotating Images, Resizing Images, Trimming, Adding Effects with the My Colors Function, Correcting the Brightness (i-Contrast), Correcting the Red-Eye Effect.
  • Printing
    Printing Images, Choosing Images for Printing (DPOF).
  • Customizing Camera Settings
    Changing Camera Settings, Changing Shooting Function Settings, Registering Commonly Used Shooting Menus (My Menu), Changing Playback Function Settings.
  • Useful Information
    Viewing Images on a TV, Using Household Power, Using the Lens Hood (Sold Separately) , Using an Externally Mounted Flash (Sold Separately), Using an Eye-Fi Card, Troubleshooting, List of Messages That Appear on the Screen, Information Displayed on the Screen, Functions and Menu Lists, Handling Precautions, Specifications, Accessories, Separately Sold Accessories.
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