According to Imaging Resource: "Nature photographers, for example, will enjoy the ability to stay a long ways away from their subjects so as not to disturb them, but still obtain tightly framed, sharp, blur-free images. (While I don't have any way of really quantifying how good or bad a camera's image-stabilization feature is, I have to say that the IS system on the S1 IS seems to be unusually effective.)", "Canon doesn't say what the resolution of the EVF's display is, but visually, its images appear a bit coarser than those shown on the 114,000 pixel rear-panel LCD", and "The S1 IS produced good color throughout my testing. I often found I had to choose between a slight warm cast or a slight cool cast, depending on the white balance setting I selected, but the amount of color cast was generally pretty slight. Both the Auto and Manual white balance settings performed well, though the Auto was typically warmer and the Manual setting a little cooler."|
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