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Dec 02, 2011 10:16 |  #136

I totally love the 24mm wide.



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Dec 02, 2011 11:54 |  #137

imjason wrote in post #13483292 (external link)
yes, i know how a ND filter works. Since its a feature of the camera, it can be utilized. waterfalls wouldnt be a bad idea, how many point and shoot cameras do you know that can blur waterfalls without being in low light?

...any of them, if you "simply" hold an ND filter in front of the lens?

Sorry...I think the weather has me down and I've turned into a smartass. It's totally in good fun in my head at least. :-D I thought I saw some recently on dpreview, if I run across one I'll try to post it back here.




  
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Dec 02, 2011 11:55 |  #138

jay125 wrote in post #13484523 (external link)
I totally love the 24mm wide.

You can get some..."interesting" results out of 24mm if the camera isn't parallel with your subject, though...
http://forums.dpreview​.com …orum=1010&threa​d=39907977 (external link)




  
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Dec 02, 2011 12:49 |  #139

ct1co2 wrote in post #13483801 (external link)
Nice! Hope you are enjoying the S100 now that you've been able to get one. Have you tried out the HD video? It's quite impressive for such a little camera.

I know what you mean about the 24mm, it's great. My father has been impressed with it as well as his old A530 is not that wide. Going out today to pick up an Elph300 for him as a birthday/holiday gift before we fly back home tomorrow. His A530 died during our visit (can you say Canon CLP, WOOT!), and the Elph is just as wide, but he needs something less complex than the S100.

I have messed around with the video a little bit, I need to read up on what video functions there are. I will admit that is part of the reason i bought the camera, not that I am going to make films or anything but I do not own a camcorder and my DSLRs are old. lol

I bought my parents a ELPH 100HS and played with it and was very impressed with the IQ. Honestly I don't think it's that far off from the S/G series in regards to high ISO performance. ISO1600 is pretty good, and ISO3200 is there if you need it. Much better then my SD700IS! If I didn't care about shooting RAW and the advanced features I'd be pretty happy with one of the new ELPHs.


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Dec 02, 2011 13:05 |  #140

imjason wrote in post #13483292 (external link)
yes, i know how a ND filter works. Since its a feature of the camera, it can be utilized. waterfalls wouldnt be a bad idea, how many point and shoot cameras do you know that can blur waterfalls without being in low light?

fyi, I ran across the thread again, might not be exactly the shots you're looking for but thought I would post it -
http://forums.dpreview​.com …orum=1010&threa​d=39976904 (external link)




  
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Dec 06, 2011 07:03 |  #141

SOOC JPG, ISO1600


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Dec 09, 2011 03:00 |  #142

I love the f2 on S100.
very bright lens for point and shoot camera nice bokeh too!
Great photos all of them.
thanks for sharing!


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Dec 09, 2011 19:08 |  #143

denncald wrote in post #13422082 (external link)
DPR posted Studio Compare shots for the S100 yesterday;

DPR test shots (external link)

Edit: I did not notice the new thread about this link until after I posted it.

Dennis

Is it just me or are those tests a little disappointing.




  
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Dec 09, 2011 19:49 |  #144

^The low ISO ones look disappointing. The high ISO ones are pretty good. Both in comparison to S95.


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Dec 09, 2011 19:55 |  #145

powerslave wrote in post #13520845 (external link)
^The low ISO ones look disappointing. The high ISO ones are pretty good. Both in comparison to S95.

I have to agree with those results. If you move over to the watch face the iso 100 isn't very good.




  
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Dec 09, 2011 20:26 |  #146

Tsmith wrote in post #13520870 (external link)
I have to agree with those results. If you move over to the watch face the iso 100 isn't very good.

It's been discussed on dpreview...a lot...lol...

dpreview's most recent comments on it -

It is too early to make any definitive statements about the S100's image quality, partly because we have a lot more testing still to do ahead of a full review, but also because the camera sitting on my desk in front of me is the third sample that I have looked at, and the third with what appears to be a slightly decentered lens. Quality control issues can affect cameras from early production batches (and inevitably, review samples tend to fall into this category) and I hope that we have simply have been unlucky with the samples that we have received so far.

This isn't simply blind optimism (nor is it brand bias). No man is an island, nor any website. I am reserving judgement on the S100's optics for another reason: I have seen images from the S100 posted by owners and trusted competitors which appear better than those that we have been able to capture. At the time of writing, we are expecting another sample from Canon and we will rush it into the studio and out into the real world as quickly as possible. If necessary, our previously-published studio samples will be replaced, a fresh samples gallery created, and progress on a full review resumed (containing, of course, a full account of our experience).




  
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Dec 09, 2011 21:06 |  #147

Well for everyone's sake I hope that's the case. This CMOS does seem to be promising in terms of high ISO performance.


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Dec 09, 2011 23:00 as a reply to  @ post 13423124 |  #148

I'm sold on one.


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Dec 10, 2011 07:33 |  #149

PaulRivers wrote in post #13520976 (external link)
It's been discussed on dpreview...a lot...lol...

dpreview's most recent comments on it -

I haven't took time to read the testing results fully but good gosh that's ridiculous it taking that many sample S100 to get a copy that offers up good results ... :confused:




  
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Dec 13, 2011 19:44 |  #150

Test shot.

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