The best way to preserve memories is to capture them in cameras. If you want to capture the most perfect pictures, naturally you need a fast and responsive camera that is compact and light weight so that you can carry with you all the time. On searching the net for the latest cameras, you will come across a wide range of choice, with Nikon P310 and Canon S100 being the most popular ones.
To re-live the moments, you need to capture it, and the best way to do so will be to take pictures with your camera. Though of course there are many brands offering you endless models of cameras, you need to select the best, to enjoy the most amazing experience. Both Fuji Finepix X10 and Canon Powershot S100 have become very popular with consumers. Naturally, you will not be purchasing both, so it will be best to have a comparison of Fuji X10 vs Canon S100 to know which one suits your interests best.
A smart camera built for your lifestyle, the Canon PowerShot ELPH 320 HS (aka Canon Powershot IXUS 240 HS outside the USA) was made to capture excellent images, with modern convenience. With its 16.1 megapixels along with the Canon HS System, this allows you to take bright, clear photos even in low lights. The 3.2″ touchscreen responds to your touch for a more convenient interactive shooting.
The latest addition to the Canon S series is the Powershot S100 which is an all encompassing camera with manual options for experienced photographers and easy to operate automatic options for novices or amateurs.
The Canon Powershot G12 is a prosumer compact digital camera launched in 2010. It is a 10 Megapixels and has 5x zoom range from 28mm-140mm. It may not pack the most number of pixels and the widest zoom range but it offers other “Pro” features such as a faster lens (F2.8-F4.5), a larger sensor, fully articulated LCD and RAW format.
The Canon PowerShot S95 was launched in August 2010, barely 12 months after the Canon S90 which it replaced. Enthusiasts of the S90 will be pleased to know that the S95′s sensor size and resolution is unchanged, yielding 10 megapixels from a 1/1.7″ sensor.
The Canon Powershot S90 10mp Digital Camera is one of a number of “point & shoot” 35mm cameras that can make just about any photographer look like a pro. While here are a lot of point and shoot models on the market, but there are some compelling reasons to give the Powershot S90 a serious look. The first of which is the excellent reputation that Canon brings to the marketplace over the last 50 years.
Ever since testing the Canon PowerShot 300 HS recently, I have started to take a new stance towards these low light compacts that are now becoming increasingly popular. Of course, I still secretly (or rather not so secretly) harbor the feeling that larger compacts cameras like the Canon G12 and Lumix LX3 would be much better.
Now with the LX3′s successor, the Panasonic LX5 available, I was eager to pit it to the test with the Canon PowerShot S95, which was also released very recently.
I just order my new Canon PowerShot S95 digital camera. This camera is amazing and packed with new features. An improved model from the PowerShot S90 camera. The camera has so many options I am just beginning to determine it all out.