Canon PowerShot S100 Review

November 24, 2011 | Mark Goldstein |

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Reviews of the Canon PowerShot S100 from around the web. »

Compared to its predecessor, the S100 has undergone some radical changes, sporting a completely revamped feature set. The camera's sensor is the same size as the one in the S95, but the CCD has been swapped for a CMOS, and the resolution has been ramped up to 12.1Mp (maximum image size is 4,000x3,000 pixels), compared to the S95's 10Mp (3,648x2,756).
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High-end compact cameras have got a lot of competition these days. What with the rise of the Compact System Camera there's ever more demand for a pocketable yet capable camera. Which is exactly what Canon's PowerShot S100, the follow up to the S95, claims to be. It's also one of the first Canon compacts with the company's latest DIGIC 5 processor, so just how well does this latest PowerShot perform?
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The Canon Powershot S100 is the latest "serious compact" from Canon and includes a slightly larger than normal 12 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor, 10fps shooting, a new wide angle 5x optical zoom lens and built in GPS.
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