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Powershot S95

Rating: 4.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 5

Lowest Price: £62.00

The Canon Powershot S95 features a front control ring around the lens, pop-up flash, RAW support, image stabilisation, f/2 lens, tracking AF, and ISO3200.

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Panasonic LX5 vs Canon S95 vs Nikon P300

Panasonic LX5 vs Canon S95 vs Nikon P300

Three of the latest and most compact serious cameras from Panasonic, Nikon and Canon put to the test by Joshua Waller.

Added: 28th March 2011 | Brand: Panasonic

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iNET_SEO  7 United Kingdom2 Constructive Critique Points
06/12/2010 - 11:15 pm

I had been looking for a new camera for a while now and it had to tick a few boxes for me...

1) Had to fit in my pocket - and I don't mean my coat pocket! In summer I live in t-shirt and jeans. That automatically ruled our Prosumer and DSLR's.
2) Had to be something I could whip out in a rush and take a shot without having to thing about too much to do with composition - had to have a good Auto function
3) Had to provide good low-light images
4) Had to have enough functionality and level of manual control that I could get creative, if I wish
5) Had to be inconspicuous
6) Had to offer HD movie recording - stereo mic's was a bonus!
7) Had to be image stabilised

Those were the biggies for me and the S95 manages to do everything so well! I have seen some of the images that come out of such a small camera and they will stand up next to a lot of entry level DSLR's!

Plus, it is so good in low light because Canon have used a slightly oversized sensor but kept it to 10Mp. The fact it is F2.0 wide open helps this as well.

For a take anywhere camera that fitted everything I wanted, it was like Canon purpose built this for me! And they built it well too with some pretty minor tweaks over the S90 that now make it a really great camera, as opposed to just a great one.

The other competitors at this time, such as the Panasonic LX5 do have a few advantages, but to be honest, it's down to personal choice - and I wanted something I don't need to carry in my hand or bag all the time.

Nice going Canon!

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