Canon PowerShot SX540 HS
Verdict: Earlier this year, Canon introduced a new super-zoom member to their PowerShot SX lineup. The SX540 HS features a 20.3-megapixel "High Sensitivity" CMOS image sensor mated to the DIGIC 6 image processor, which makes for strong performance in low light conditions.
Pros: Lots of manual controls, Powerful zoom with wide angle (24-1200mm, Effective image stabilization, Auto focus is usually quick, Lens can focus at 0cm in macro, High image quality, Fast burst shooting, Full HD video at 60fps, Dial quickens settings changes, Filters produce attractive shots, Tracking...
Cons: No RAW mode, Dial operation could be better, Tracking AF had difficulty in shadows, Low light shots can be a little noisy, No bulb function for long shutter release, No viewfinder, LCD is fixed, does not hinge outward, No external flash shoe