Canon PowerShot SX410 IS Camera User Guide

The PowerShot SX410 IS camera is packed with advanced Canon technologies that make it easy to capture your best images ever. The camera’s powerful 40x Optical Zoom (24-960mm) and 24mm Wide-Angle lens gives you amazing versatility: you’ll capture wide landscapes and zoom in for impressive close-ups you never thought possible – all with bright, clear quality thanks to Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer and Intelligent IS. The 20.0 Megapixel sensor and Canon DIGIC 4+ Image Processor help create crisp resolution and beautiful, natural images. Your videos will impress too: simply press the Movie button to record lifelike 720p HD video – even zoom in and out while shooting. Images you’ll want to keep and share are easy to achieve with Smart AUTO that intelligently selects proper camera settings so your images and video look great in all kinds of situations. You’ll get creative with fun Scene Modes like Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera Effect and Monochrome, and see and share it all with the camera’s big, clear 3.0″ LCD with a wide viewing angle. For versatility and value, the PowerShot SX410 IS camera is a best bet!

Before Use

Package Contents
Compatible Memory Cards
Preliminary Notes and Legal Information
Part Names and Conventions in This Guide
Common Camera Operations
Safety Precautions

Basic Guide

Initial Preparations
Trying the Camera Out

1 Camera Basics

Shutter Button
Shooting Display Options
Using the FUNC. Menu
Using the Menu Screen
Indicator Display

2 Auto Mode

Shooting with Camera-Determined Settings
Common, Convenient Features
Image Customization Features
Helpful Shooting Features
Customizing Camera Operation

3 Other Shooting Modes

Brightness / Color Customization (Live View Control)
Specific Scenes
Applying Special Effects
Special Modes for Other Purposes

4 P Mode

Shooting in Program AE ([P] Mode)
Image Brightness (Exposure)
Image Colors
Shooting Range and Focusing
Other Settings

5 Playback Mode

Browsing and Filtering Images
Image Viewing Options
Protecting Images
Erasing Images
Rotating Images
Tagging Images as Favorites
Editing Still Images
Editing Movies

6 Setting Menu

Adjusting Basic Camera Functions

7 Accessories

System Map
Optional Accessories
Using Optional Accessories
Using the Software
Printing Images
Using an Eye-Fi Card

8 Appendix

On-Screen Messages
On-Screen Information
Functions and Menu Tables
Handling Precautions

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