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Review Canon PowerShot
Dennis Hissink : December 21th 2010 - 15:00 CET
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CanonCanon PowerShot S95 review : Last year, Canon launched the S90, a camera that represented a new road in Canon’s strategy. A camera which did not have Megapixels as its most important feature, and was even downgraded on paper in terms of hard specifications, but at the same time was advanced in image quality. It was a camera that was received wholeheartedly and was highly praised. The Canon PowerShot S95, successor to the S90, follows the same road that Canon took with the S90. It is a compact camera that again focuses on image quality, which is a good development.

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The Canon PowerShot S95’s compact format actually makes a hand grip impossible. Still, it has been made possible to offer some grip through the use of a bit rougher material for the body. It does not make much difference in practice, but if you pick up the camera quickly to capture action, you have to be sure that you are holding the camera well enough. This is one of the drawbacks of very compact dimensions.

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The 3-inch format screen still has the fine reproduction that its predecessor had. The colorful reproduction does lead to disappointment now and then when the image is displayed on another screen. The screen has the tendency to show the colors more intense than they really are. There is nothing wrong with that, it is a nice display, but you do need to keep this in mind. The screen can be used well outdoors, even under the bright sun. There is some reflection, but it is still fine to work with.

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The Canon PowerShot S95 is not much different from its predecessor. The bright, 3.8x zoom lens has remained and the 3-inch format display with 460.000 dots resolution is also back. The Canon S95’s compact format makes it appear as an automatic, but the camera also offers the possibility of shooting with full manual settings. In short, it is a camera for the beginner photographer, but it also sparks the interest of serious photographers that are looking for a handy little camera on the side. Read our full Canon PowerShot review.
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