S100 after 2nd repair

Started Sep 1, 2012 | Discussions thread
laquila65 Regular Member • Posts: 200
Re: S100 after 2nd repair

toomanycanons wrote:

The clock is ticking, gail, till your next repair. Time to get a Nikon P7100.

P7100 is already known for the lens cover mechanism problem. I've given up on cameras with a retracting lens and an automatic lens cover altogether. Canon S90/95/100 are the worst in this respect. I still own an S95 but I treat it as already dead, so that I don't get frustrated when it actually dies on me with that lens error (which will happen, I don't kid myself here). My strategy is called "rotation". I rotate S95, G12, and Panasonic LX5, all of which I own. I figured, the three of them are different enough to give me the most fun out of shooting, and together they should last me a long enough time.

I also have a Canon G2, which, despite its age, the 4-megapixel sensor, and the effective ISO-400 still does an excellent job in good light. Now, those older Powershots were built like tanks. This particular camera is from 2001 (I think) and it looks and works like new. The picture quality is indistinguishable from the current Powershots and rivals many current cameras from other manufacturers. For a true photographer, this is a perfect camera choice. Being a lamer myself, I buy more and more gear (just like everybody else nowadays). With God's help I'll conquer this terrible affliction!

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 Canon PowerShot G12 Nikon D40 Nikon D80 Canon EOS 550D +4 more
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