Canon PowerShot S95

Announced Aug 19, 2010 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 105 mm (3.8×)
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I've had this camera for over a year & have been incredibly satisfied with it. By this time I normally would have got rid of the camera for another more upgraded version, but I've been so pleased with it that I haven't felt the need. It is pretty much perfect as a point & shoot in my opinion. It is fast & discreet & you can really produce fine images with the RAW photos.

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I bought the S95 because I wanted a pocketable camera and I must say this little thing has been enormously pleasurable to use, small, discrete, reliable, fast, ever ready. JPEGS are fine for a compact and you can tune the camera settings to your liking. Since I bought it I left my DSLR on the shelve and deciding to use it and take it with me requires now a strong intellectual effort, that is what really am I expecting from photography, pixel quality and endless pp's, or being able to capture ...

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Lupti
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The Canon S95 is a nice camera for your pocket. It could be called a "pro Ixus" because it has similar size and weight but offers manual control you want as a more enthusiastic photographer. The lens ring is a nice feature not many cameras offer. The lens is fast at the wide end, not so much at the longer end but for shooting indoors F2 comes pretty handy and normally you need more wide-angle indoors than telephoto range. The RAW files are to process with DXO Optics Pro and give sharp and ...

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nekrosoft13
 
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Perfect little go anywhere ready for everything camera. Have mine for about a year, when ever I don't feel like carrying my SLR, my S95 is in my pocket, always wanted a tiny powershot with RAW file output. Slightly larger sensor provides images better then normal point and shoot cameras. Wish the lens was little faster and GPS was added.

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small, well build camera, with nice controls. Starts fast, responsive.. good camera for portraits and low light photography. Problems: -overexposed photos at 0.0 ev, needs at least -1ev correction. -crisp clear images at 28mm but soft images from 50 to 105 mm. Dissapointing. -good video quality but no zoom during filming.

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fattyu
 
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Imho the best that can be actually EDC-d and can ride on your belt to be there whenever you need it. As normally thats a cellphone for everyone its miles better. On the other hand its a compact. A good one but compact. No shallow dof, above iso800 its useless Crappy f5.6 on tele end and so on... I am not really satisfied with it but its not its fault. I hate compacts. Wide end F2 is nice tho and indoors you rarely need more so f2 with iso 800 you can get away with quite a number of situations. ...

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Leandro Capucho
 
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I bought this camera to take underwater photos, changing from a G12 sold to a friend who was going to a two months trip in Africa. I use an Ikelight housing which fits very nice to the camera. I felt a bit confusing in a first moment with the command buttons which are very different from G12 or any other DSLR that I am used to use. I recommend this machine for beginners or pleople who is running away from weight in diving trips...

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