Canon Powershot SX610, SX710, & SX530 hands-on

Here at CES 2015, we got our hands on Canon's newest Powershot point-and-shoot cameras. their SX610 offers an 18x optical zoom via the 25-450mm lens, while the SX710 gets even more detailed with a 30x zoom from a 25-750mm lens. If you're in need of more, the SX530 is about as good as a pocketable camera gets with 50x zoom from a 24-1200mm lens. All offer Canon's Intelligent IS for image stabilization for a "virtually shake-free" shot.

All three cameras also offer built-in WiFi, and offer NFC transfer to a Cannon Connect Station.

The SX610 is a 16 megapixel shooter, which keeps it in-line with top-end smartphones. The SX710 is a 20.3 megapixel camera, while the SX530 gets you back to 16 megapixel glory. All offer Canon's DIGIC 4+ image processing, which has exceptional low-light performance (take that, smartphones!).

Each have a pretty good 3-inch LCD screen which acts as a preview screen and viewfinder, and makes a good on-the-go editing screen when paired with canon's Creative Shot mode.

All capture video in 1080p, too, with 30fps being the standard. The SX710 does have the option for 60fps, too, and all have a dedicated video button. Canon's Hybrid Auto takes small video clips before you snap a pic, then cobbles them together to bring you a highlight reel of your day.