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Written on: by xanderd (4 reviews written)
This camera represents excelent value for money - I paid around £180 2nd hand as new in September 2007. The picture quality is very good overall, the only thing which is slightly lower quality is the edges of branches against a bright sky.
The super macro mode is amazing and you can touch objects on the lens, provided adequate lighting, for incredible detail. The zoom is among the best on the market at this price and I use it almost every time I take photos.
The camera is very easy and quick… Read Full Review
Written on: by Zeex (2 reviews written)
Canon put all their knowledge in the Powershot S2 to
make it a very fast digital compact camera. It is very responsive and
2.4 fps in continuous mode without limit is a unique feature for this
type of camera. Auto focus is fast, also in low-light conditions.
Zooming from full wide-angle to full tele AF will take some time.
The camera is very responsive and reacts instantaneous. Exposure
and parameters such as ISO, white balance and exposure compensation are set intuitively with the main mode dial and… Read Full Review
Written on: by delshad (3 reviews written)
The 12X zoom is the best feature. You really don't need any more than that for personal use. Though one needs to use a tripod to keep the camera steady for higher digital zooms.
It comes with 4 alkaline AA size batteries however it is much better to buy a set of rechargeable batteries since they tend to run out pretty quickly.
Also you need to buy fresh storage immediately since the 16 MB card that the camera comes with can hardly store any images.
Since I am a Canon user I miss the face finder… Read Full Review
Written on: by eddiemarsden (19 reviews written)
I bought this camera for our daughter who wanted to start wildlife photography. I wasn't prepared to buy the kind of specialist (and therefore expensive) equipment which is required for this area of photography, but reviews indicated that the Canon S3 looked to be a good bet. Lens focal length was obviously an important factor here and the 12x zoom on the S3 gives a 35mm equivalent of 432mm at the top end - an excellent compromise. Image stabilization is available and this reduces camera shake… Read Full Review
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Written by FreddyL
" Some call it a Go Pro copy- I call it a Go Pro beater! " Read More
Written by Apocalypse_barbie
" Decent camera let down by noisy images and slow autofocus " Read More
Written by AgentSmith1980s
" Sony QX10 Lens Style Cameraь - " Read More
Written by JosieVanhorn
" It works great. " Read More