Friday, January 20, 2012

Canon PowerShot S100 camera digital

                                                  Canon PowerShot S100

The Canon PowerShot S100 camera digital is a worthy successor to our previous Editors' Choice high-end point-and-shoot camera, the PowerShot S95. It adds a longer zoom lens and GPS, and improves on the S95's image quality and performance.
This ring can be configured to control a number of camera functions, including EV compensation, ISO, zoom, and focus.

The camera takes 2.3 seconds to start up and grab a shot, and can capture another photo every half second in continuous shooting mode. Other cameras in this class weren't able to match the S100's performance. I used the Imatest software suite to measure the camera's sharpness and image noise performance. Among cameras currently on the market, the Canon PowerShot S100 camera digital is the sharpest high-end compact that we've tested. The Samsung TL500 came closest, scoring 1,972 lines.

As a camera's sensitivity to light increases, image noise increases as well. The built-in GPS performs quite well. The camera features standard mini USB and mini HDMI for computer and HDTV connectivity. Two other cameras in this class, the Olympus XZ-1 and Samsung TL500, have slightly faster f/1.8 lenses, higher-resolution displays, and hot shoes. But they are more expensive than the S100 and lack its GPS and longer zoom range.

The Canon PowerShot S100 camera digital is a sophisticated pocket-friendly point-and-shoot digital camera that has the power advanced users and enthusiasts need to create standout images. As with other PowerShot cameras, the compact PowerShot S100 incorporates all of the advanced Canon technologies that make capturing superb photos and video as easy as pressing a button. It incorporates the Canon HS SYSTEM, now featuring the new DIGIC 5 Image Processor for enhanced image quality and amazing low-light performance. 12.1 Megapixels ensure crisp, richly detailed images, and a 5x Optical Zoom provides an excellent all-around range to shoot near or far.


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