Canon PowerShot S95 review : The fall lineup of Japanese camera maker Canon is very advanced and the Canon PowerShot S95 is the best example of this. This device has amazing advanced controls and its image quality is similar to the Canon PowerShot G12. Canon has introduced four primary upgrades to the S95—720p HD video, RAW shooting, HDR (High Dynamic Range Shooting mode) and Hybrid Image Stabilization. The design or imaging system of the device is the same but it is expected that the next year's version of the Canon PowerShot S95 will come with a new design.
The Canon PowerShot S95 looks like any other compact point-and-shoot camera. It comes equipped with several camera controls and the most important controls is located smack dab in the middle of the device. It has 3.8x optical zoom and tiny rechargeable lithium ion battery pack. The display is 421,000-pixel. The S95's popup flash also makes the device compact.
Handling the Canon PowerShot S95 is quite easy due to the presence of the rear Control Dial. The camera also boasts of a Self-Timer feature, which could be set up to 30 seconds with a range of up to 10 consecutive shots. The PowerShot S95 also uses Canon's latest Hybrid Image Stabilization technique. Besides, standard scene modes, the S95 was upgraded with Canon's latest Super Vivid, Poster, HDR, and Nostalgia modes. The Lens Ring allows the users to control the focal length. It enables the users to shift the focal length in increments between 28mm (full wide angle) to 105mm (full telephoto). The Lens Ring controls the aperture also. To conclude, we can say that this camera is fairly good for advance photography.
Written By Rana G on Saturday, October 30, 2010 | 6:09 AM
Posted by Rana G at 6:09 AM