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Use NiMH rechargeable batteries and you'll solve this issue. While it would seem having an internal battery would be a better choice, it's really not for those of us who take a lot of pictures because then you have to plug the camera in for hours to recharge. With NiMH rechargeables, you can carry a half dozen extras… see more Use NiMH rechargeable batteries and you'll solve this issue. While it would seem having an internal battery would be a better choice, it's really not for those of us who take a lot of pictures because then you have to plug the camera in for hours to recharge. With NiMH rechargeables, you can carry a half dozen extras in your pocket and have enough to cover any amount of video or pictures you want to take with this camera. Taking any significant amount of video on this camera would kill even a built in internal battery. The fact that you can use rechargeables on this camera is one of the better selling points in that it prolongs the amount of pictures and video you can take. For a total cost of $20-$25 you can get a charger as well as 8 batteries that will cover anything you need to do, and last for years. see less Use NiMH rechargeable batteries and you'll solve this issue. While it would seem having an internal battery would be a better choice, it's really not for those of us who take a lot of pictures because then you have to plug the camera in for hours to recharge. With NiMH rechargeables, you can carry a half dozen extras in your pocket and have enough to cover any amount of video or pictures you want to take with this camera. Taking any significant amount of video on this camera would kill even a built in internal battery. The fact that you can use rechargeables on this camera is one of the better selling points in that it prolongs the amount of pictures and video you can take. For a total cost of $20-$25 you can get a charger as well as 8 batteries that will cover anything you need to do, and last for years.
By Christopher Elliott on January 6, 2014
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Yes, the SX160 takes two AA batteries. (The SX 170 is the one that comes with it's own rechargeable battery)I would recommend using lithium or rechargeable batteries. If you use regular alkaline batteries, you'll be replacing them on a daily basis.
By Gabe Logan on January 20, 2014
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As long as you read the manual on how to capture these motion pictures, you will be able to get great shots. I just took a picture of my daughter running with her hair flying behind her! Love it!
By Kindle Customer on June 20, 2013
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Yes it does! The optical zoom is 16X, full electronic zoom is 64X, and can be useful. Works when shooting HD video on this camera as well as when taking pictures. Do be advised though that you will have all the normal limitations imposed by using electronic zoom in any camera (no matter the price or quality!). The… see more Yes it does! The optical zoom is 16X, full electronic zoom is 64X, and can be useful. Works when shooting HD video on this camera as well as when taking pictures. Do be advised though that you will have all the normal limitations imposed by using electronic zoom in any camera (no matter the price or quality!). These limitations are primarily the loss of resolution (64X zoom imposed onto a 16X optical lens means have an effective loss of resolution of roughly 16 times). The resulting image (at 64X zoom) has the "effective" resolution of a one megapixel camera, more or less! Second, it is very hard to hold the camera still enough for a good image with that much magnification. Works fine on a tripod, though. Hope this is helpful. see less Yes it does! The optical zoom is 16X, full electronic zoom is 64X, and can be useful. Works when shooting HD video on this camera as well as when taking pictures. Do be advised though that you will have all the normal limitations imposed by using electronic zoom in any camera (no matter the price or quality!). These limitations are primarily the loss of resolution (64X zoom imposed onto a 16X optical lens means have an effective loss of resolution of roughly 16 times). The resulting image (at 64X zoom) has the "effective" resolution of a one megapixel camera, more or less! Second, it is very hard to hold the camera still enough for a good image with that much magnification. Works fine on a tripod, though. Hope this is helpful.
By Avid Reader on November 26, 2013
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I have found that using a hd card with higher speed (10) enables you to take pictures with very little delay. Most of the hd cards are (4)
By Amazon Customer on September 28, 2013
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According to the manufacturer page it supports up to 32GB.
http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/digital_cameras/powershot_sx160_is#Specifications

By Jerry Rutherford on December 14, 2013
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Yes, it works with Windows 7.
By Avid Reader on January 29, 2014
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Regular Lithium Ion batteries might be ok, but I would check with Canon first; they don't mention those in their manual and definitely do not use rechargeable Lithium ion batteries in this camera unless Canon says it's ok to do so. I was looking at a Nikon camera where they specifically mentioned that you can use regu… see more Regular Lithium Ion batteries might be ok, but I would check with Canon first; they don't mention those in their manual and definitely do not use rechargeable Lithium ion batteries in this camera unless Canon says it's ok to do so. I was looking at a Nikon camera where they specifically mentioned that you can use regular Lithium ion batteries but not rechargeable Lithium ion batteries. see less Regular Lithium Ion batteries might be ok, but I would check with Canon first; they don't mention those in their manual and definitely do not use rechargeable Lithium ion batteries in this camera unless Canon says it's ok to do so. I was looking at a Nikon camera where they specifically mentioned that you can use regular Lithium ion batteries but not rechargeable Lithium ion batteries.
By Joe Poppa on December 7, 2013
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No it does not....I like this camera,had it about a year but ready to upgrade to SLR.
By lena criss on November 26, 2013