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Canon PowerShot S100


$429.99 Released November, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Small and light enough to keep in your pocket. Image quality is excellent, creates sharp and clear images. Button layout on the back of the unit is easy to work with, holds lots of functions.

The Cons:Can take a long time to store images on the storage card and get ready for another shot. Corners get blurry when shooting at a wide angle. Plenty of noise in low-light conditions, sometimes fails to gather any details at all.

The Canon PowerShot S100 is a high-end compact point-and-shoot digital camera with a 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor. It also features a DIGIC 5 Image Processor, 1080p video capture capability and 5x optical zoom with a 24mm wide-angle lens.

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Product Shot 2 Additionally, the PowerShot S100 sports Intelligent Image Stabilization and a built-in GPS tracker.

The PowerShot S100's 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5 Image Processor make up the Canon HS System which improves low-light performance up to ISO 6400 and enhances image quality. Its 5x optical zoom with a 24mm wide-angle lens allows the PowerShot S100 to capture more in its frame. Meanwhile, the PowerShot S100's Intelligent Image Stabilization automatically switches between six different stabilization modes to ensure clear images in any situation.

Features

  • 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor
  • DIGIC 5 Image Processor
  • 1080p video capture
  • 5x optical zoom with a 24mm wide-angle lens
  • Intelligent Image Stabilization
  • Built-in GPS tracker
  • 3" widescreen LCD display

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Pros
  • 2

    small and light enough to keep in your pocket

  • 2

    image quality is excellent, creates sharp and clear images

  • 2

    button layout on the back of the unit is easy to work with, holds lots of functions

  • 2

    gets great wide-angle shots, great for panoramics

  • 1

    rear thumb rest and front grip makes it comfortable to hold on to

Cons
  • 1

    can take a long time to store images on the storage card and get ready for another shot

  • 1

    corners get blurry when shooting at a wide angle

  • 0

    plenty of noise in low-light conditions, sometimes fails to gather any details at all

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