S100: for the Point-&-Shooter, or not?

Started Dec 19, 2011 | Discussions thread
doctortee New Member • Posts: 7
Re: S100: for the Point-&-Shooter, or not?

@panaNewbie:

[quote] That's what I'm struggling with right now... I'm willing to pay whatever, for the best P&S camera. I am reading the S100 makes bad auto decisions, people suggesting to +1 this and -1 that, etc etc. I'm looking at the S100, Fuji X10, Panny LX5 and Olympus XZ-1 and am having a hard time in finding out the best small sized P&S.

Good low light, good natural colours, good video, which rules out the XZ-1 so that leaves me with S100, Fuji X10, Panasonic LX-5. [ quote]

I also was looking for a quick-no-worry-p&s, and i'm happy with the Nikon P300. It delivers very good photos, also in low light and doesn't need any postprocessing (well, it doesn't has raw). also the standard automatic white balance works great in artificial light. And the video mode is very good, too!
So, maybe this is an idea?

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