Canon PowerShot S90
Announced Aug 19, 2009 •
10 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 105 mm (3.8×)
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As I near 60yrs of age, Ive been going back to a little film photography, and in many respects, enjoying the results. For over 55years, Ive taught myself photography (last 10yrs digital) , but Ive never got into post processing, photoshop, or lightroom. I'm enjoying thinking about each shot, and noticing how film (color neg) is less harsh on shadow than digital. Ive bought a tidy m6ttl, and a new 50mm summilux. Ive also bought a Olympus OM2, also with a f1.4 50mm lens Ive shot a few rolls of...
We travel extensively, and have enjoyed using the D200 and 18-200 lens since early 2006.... when we have an opportunity to carry gear of that size/ weight (whilst using canon s90 in the pocket for trekking and skiing holidays) We have a trip to India booked, and Im sure that 18-200 lens will still be perfect.... but, which body ?? To be frank, I don't understand the tech detail about improvements to sensors, and I don't post process. I shoot JPEGS, and try and nail the shot through correct...
Hi Guys, I just picked up a bargain priced E-PM2 &, without success, I'm bouncing around the menus trying to figure out how to switch off those irritating help text messages that pop up every time you move to a new menu item. Please point me in the right direction. Regards & thanks, Paul --Dilettante - my hobby is buying & selling cameras not photography!Panasonic GX7, Olympus E-PL5, Panasonic GX1 & Canon S90 (IR Converted 590nm)
I've used Nikon for many years. I fell in love with an F3 with a single prime lens over 25 years ago beat it for over a decade (best camera I ever owned) and since gong digital have owned a range of Nikon DSLR's over the last 10 years. Since 2008 I've been using a D300 paired with a couple of great zoom lenses (17-55mm f/2.8G ED & 70-200mm f/2.8G ED). I use the gear to record family outings, social events, holidays, hiking, camping. But in the last year or two I've taken it out less and less...
My daughter will be spending a few weeks each in Rome and Paris. She has a DSLR and some glassware (Nikon D5100) plus access to my glassware. Due to the nature of the trip (7 weeks total, each and every day visiting museums and such) the school and company that runs the trip (study abroad) strongly suggested they do NOT bring a DSLR or anything bulky like that. Even her professor, a guy whose camera gear costs bizillions, is only bringing a couple of Leica P&S's. The focus would be building...
I'm thinking about a replacement for my Camon S90 and thought that the RX100 might be a logical choice but the one caveat is the JPEG output. The S90, set to vivid color, renders just what I like in an OOC image. Opinions about the JPEG output of the RX100 seems to vary considerably and what I'm looking for is input from those who have experience with both Canon and the RX100. I'm not very adept at selling used cameras and I'd prefer not to have to do that with something as pricey as the RX100.
So I'm moving up from my Canon S and these are my two choices; I'll consider something with a viewfinder for my next upgrade. I've read a bunch of reviews and both of these cameras are reported to be quite good, but considering I'll at some point get a nice small prime lens I want to get the right camera before investing in the lens ecosystem. It doesn't bother me that the NX is an older camera or that the X-M1 is only $150 or so more because I like the way both of these look, are priced. I...
I'm considering replacing my venerable s90 (which replaced an SD880) with the Sony RX 100. What I like about the RX100 is the reputed OOF rendition and the very solid build quality. What I like most about the S90 is the JPEG quality (I prefer not to trouble myself with RAW) and the relatively simple UI. Buying a bargain priced S110 would seem a logical progression but I don't care about a touch screen or wifi and would probably not use the wide angle 24. I like to keep things as simple as I...
I do want the Sony but I do not need it until next Summer so no RX100 II either,,,, hoping for a newer model with popup viewfinder or other goodies,,,, so in the meantime, I either use my Panasonic RZ35, or older Canon SD800is... OR should I get a Canon S90 - 110 used ?? I guess I think of those as interim cameras, bit I might love one and just keep using it... Any suggestion which model is enough of an upgrade for me ?? Just weekend or fun photography,,, light travel perhaps,, Thank you !!!!