Archive for the ‘Canon’ tag
What made Canon’s S90 such an incredible digital camera was it’s production of pro-quality still images in such a compact camera, especially in low lighting conditions. Despite the stellar still images, the one feature the S90 lacked was to capture video altogether and in today’s market, carrying less is better for most consumers, so with the S95, add in 720p HD video with stereo sound. Definitely check this camera out if you’re in the market for one. Click on the Canon link to check out of the specs of this mini-beast.
MSRP: $399.99 USD
Imagine yourself wanting to take up professional photography, but don’t have the cash, time or space to store those lenses. Canon may have solved your dilemma. They have introduced a wondercamera which they promise will take any type of professional photograph (macro to micro) using just one lens, and they promise that they’ll have it figured out by 2030. While this may wow the new crowd, it may rub enthusiasts who have been collecting the perfect lens collection for years the wrong way.
Digital cameras have certainly come a long way and Canon’s SX120 IS is a beefy camera in a small package. We’ve tested point and shoot digital cameras from numerous manufacturers over the years, from Sony, Samsung, Nikon, Olympus and Minolta, but time and time again we keep coming back to Canon for one reason, picture quality. Don’t let the number system of how many Megapixels on those description tags fool you, it’s in the lens and the CCD system that separates one great image from another. Digital cameras are old and boring technology, you say? Well, maybe if you just think of it as just a still camera, but it’s so much more.
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