Canon PowerShot S90
Announced Aug 19, 2009 •
10 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 105 mm (3.8×)
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My Sony Nex 5n LCD becomes really noisy when shooting at low light (dark environment). Although it doesn't show up when you are reviewing the pictures. Is it normal? I didn't have this issue with my previous Canon S90. This doesn't seems to be happening in Day or very bright environment. --love minimalism and simplicity
Fuji X-E1 and X-Pro1 I am retired and now travel rather extensively. Heretofore, I have used a (by now long of tooth) Canon 40D with 24-105 L and 70-200/4.0 L lenses, along with a Canon S90 which I always keep with me. However, like many, age and infirmity are catching up with me, and the size and weight of the gear is now burdensome for travel. I do not wish to give up my Canon SLR, but will not use it mostly for local travel and action events, though I may replace the body at some point...
I'll be staying at one of the private reserves in the Sabi Sand area next to/part of the Kruger National Park and am looking for some advice on what equipment I should invest in. I currently have a Panasonic GX1 m4/3 camera with a 20mm prime lens and a 14-140mm zoom lens. I will also be bringing a Canon S90 with me. Some items that I've been suggested to invest in are: a Panasonic 100-300mm lens which I may not have much use for after the trip a Panasonic 45mm macro lens which I will most...
Anyone got any idea on what a like-new example of the Sigma 50-150mm f2.8 is worth as a resale? I can't seem to find any current examples on the internet. Regards & thanks, Paul Dilettante - wife says my hobby is buying & selling cameras not photography!Sony Alpha A65, Sony NEX-5N, Oly E-PM1 & Canon S90
Hello, I recently purchased the LX7, coming from a Canon S90 I'm going through second thoughts as I miss the pocket-ability of the Canon camera. I enjoy hiking and I used to carry the S90 in my pocket, ready for a quick shot while hiking on the trail. The LX7 won't fit in my hiking pants/shorts pockets, so I'm trying to come up with alternatives to make hiking with the LX7 more convenient. So far I've tried using the factory strap around my neck, which was very uncomfortable during the hike...
Hi, I have a Powershot S90 (might upgrade to a more recent Sxxx model soon though), I am looking for an external flash to use with it. I also have a Canon DSLR and Speedlites 430EX and 580EX but I'd rather not go the Sonia trigger route. I am now considering buying the YongNuo YN-565EX or YN-568EX to use with my DSLR as another ETTL flash in wireless mode. However, I am wondering if the YongNuo flashes could be used as optical slaves for my S90 -- in dumb manual mode of course (e.g. to bounce...
By: MDietteric (Mar 16, 2013)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
I thank you all for answering my previous questions and was been looking into purchasing the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200, deciding which accessories I would need; extra battery, memory cards,etc...cha ching. Now I've got one more thought and question. I really like and am comfortable my Fuji FinePix S9000. The only reason I am considering buying a new camera is for more zoom. Can the various High Power 2X Telephoto Lenses that are available for $200-$300 be added to my existing camera...
By: zimmzimmphoto (Feb 18, 2013)
Posted to: Fujifilm X System / SLR Talk
I'm thinking about grabbing a x10, x100 or maybe the x20, but I'm curious about the manual focus. I do portraits as well as just shoot from the hip style shots, but I hate lug'n my canon 5 d's around for portraits when I don't have to. And from what I've read, all seem to have some issues with manual focus. I currently use a canon s90 for my pocket street camera, but would like to have something that's more like a traditional camera. Like the fuji's. Any suggestions or advice? thanks
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