Canon 10 Megapixels PowerShot S90 Zoom Review by TechRadar With Rating 4/52009-12-16 14:14 | Source
On August 19 2009, Canon announced 6 new PowerShot cameras. One of them is the 10 Megapixels Canon PowerShot S90, marking the return of the Canon PowerShot S-series of truly compact digital cameras that features full manual control. The highlight of the new Canon S90 is the 6-22.5mm f/2.0-4.9 zoom lens with optical image stabilization.
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Canon Powershot S90 Camera Reviews Roundup
|ePhotoZine: "Low ISO in controlled light is exceptional and as the sensitivity moves through into the mid-range, slight salt and pepper noise is only detected at ISO400. Not bad for a small sensor, so the thoughts on finding the optimum resolution may be true after all. Noise is evident at ISO800 and ISO1600 and by the final stage of ISO3200, coloured blobs of green and purple are more noticeable. However, I expected it to be a..." - Apr 15 2010 More »|
|dpreview: "On paper it's a compelling package, with comprehensive photographic features, a fast, useful zoom and as much in the way of external control as you could possibly fit onto such a small body. For the SLR user wanting something that offered the 'carry anywhere' convenience - but not the compromise - of an ultra compact DSC the S90 promises to be the perfect second camera. And for the most part it delivers on that..." - Apr 09 2010 More »|
|MacWorld: "In addition to the control dial on the back of the camera, there are a few other improvements I'd like to see on the S90. It does include a movie mode, but only captures at Standard Definition (640 by 480 at 30 fps). This seems odd because with its relatively large CCD sensor, image stabilized lens, and HDMI output port, this camera seems perfectly designed for HD movie capture. There's no optical viewfinder, w..." - Mar 08 2010 More »|
|Digital Camera Resource Page: "Photo quality was very good. The PowerShot S90 takes well-exposed photos with pleasing, vivid colors. Like most compact cameras, the S90 does clip highlights at times, though I've seen much worse. Photos have the typical Canon "smooth" look, though some may find things a bit too soft (thankfully, you can increase the in-camera sharpening). While you will spot some noise in shadow areas and some very mild n..." - Dec 13 2009 More »|