Just Posted: Canon PowerShot S100 review
Just Posted: Our review of the Canon PowerShot S100. The S100 is the latest in Canon's range of pocketable photographer's compacts, building on the success of the popular S90 and S95. This most recent model offers a more ambitious 24-120mm equivalent, f2.0-5.9 zoom in front of a Canon-made 12MP 1/1.7" type CMOS sensor, marking a much bigger advance than in the last update. Is it another step towards the perfect pocket shooter or has the camera giant over-reached itself? Find out in our review.
Note: As part of the process of working through this review we have replaced our previously-published S100 studio samples with new files. The updated shots can be accessed via the studio scene comparison widget, both in its standalone form (accessed via the 'reviews' dropdown at the top of every page) and from within the 'compared to...' pages of any review.
|Owens Valley Milky Way by ed rader|
from Sign, sign, everywhere a sign..
|Break by Hank3152|
from Motion blur
|Camp by T bird|
from A Big Year - birds
|The Maasai Shepherd by cgravel|
from - African Man - (Portrait in Black and White + A Border)
They're offering tips for composing selfies and converting to black and white.
Canon has made the previous version, 1.1.0 available for download again.
Impossible? Not if you have a fast lens and 5 stops of stabilization.
We made a vlog about vlogging with the M6 (which we used to make the vlog).