A camera that takes better shots than an old A510? The 110hs doesn't.

Started Nov 18, 2012 | Discussions thread
Scrivener
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Re: A camera that takes better shots than an old A510? The 110hs doesn't.
In reply to gail, Nov 19, 2012

gail wrote:

Scrivener wrote:

So, what is your opinion of the lens-error challenged s100, assuming Sony continues its usual business mode? Bigger sensor, albeit only slightly bigger, lower mp...any noticeable

I still think it's one of the best cameras out there, considering it's size. I use mine almost every day.

Personally, I've never had an interest in the Sony rx100 though I know it's just about the best small compact out there for low light. But, for the vast majority of my needs, the S100 does fine in low light. I prefer it's size and it's 24-120mm equiv zoom range compared to the Sony's 28-100mm.

I have some photos taken with the s100 in my pbase gallery if you care to take a look: inside low light, outside, close-ups, etc.

I owned the Canon A510, and several others (A590, SD700, SD890), all fine cameras in daylight. But none could match the low light performance of the S100.

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Hi Gail,

Love your work, and all of your helpful posts regarding all that you have gone through with your s100!

I believe I shall try to snag one when (and if) I see a good deal on Cyber Monday...I shall be sure to check the serial numbers right off.

The way I see it, one can get super pocketable, pocketable (s100), jacket pocketable (g series) then fuggedaboutit (need a case).  I wouldn't mind trying an rx100, but for that price I would start looking at 4/3.  The size really isn't that much of an issue; anything smaller than a dSLR is good.

Thanks again for the great advice and help,

Scrivener

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