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Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Canon PowerShot S100 GPS compact camera

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Sample Shots

5.2-26mm lens (35mm equivalent: 24-150mm)

Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Wide-angle
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Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Tele-photo
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Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Close up
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Effects

Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Built in flash
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Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Retro mode
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Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Super vivid mode
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ISO Tests

Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Click to download zipped ISO 80 to 6400 files (25MB)

Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Low light handheld 1/30s
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Canon PowerShot S100 compact camera

Low light tripod - 15secs
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