Canon PowerShot S95 Review

The Canon PowerShot S95 can be pocket sized, but the testers say the serious black camera offers manual controls - Image quality - a larger, more expensive, more advanced camera. For almost $ 100 less than the most advanced Canon PowerShot G12 (* Est $ 495), get the same 10 megapixel sensor, and critics say that these cameras capture better the night and indoor shots than most compact cameras. Also receive a manual lens ring - almost unheard of in this size and price - so you can control nine functions (zoom, focus, aperture and more) with an intuitive touch your wrist, instead of drilling small touch icons screen or fiddle with a small sphere.

The S95 also shoots high-quality HD clips of video, reviews say (the biggest difference from last year Canon S90). No optical viewfinder, the G12, but the S95 has a large clear screen 3-inch LCD screen that frames the testers say shots very well and looks gorgeous. However, the S95 is the optical zoom is shorter than the G12's (3.8 versus 5 times) and "their rivals in the same price. Testers say the S95 also feels sluggish, more than two seconds shot. Other common complaints include the short battery life (200 shots per charge) and the fact that you can not use optical zoom while recording video.

We found multiple peer reviews for the Canon PowerShot S95. CNET, PhotographyBlog.com, TrustedReviews.com DigitalCameraReview.com and all evidence of this plenum and experts and provide clear buying advice. PopPhoto.com is another respected source that gives a brief overview of why the S95 is a major camera. Amazon customers. com are not shy about posting their negative comments, but most people who post there love the S95.


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