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Old Mar 27, 2010, 8:50 PM   #1
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Trying out some night shots with my new Canon S-90. Cropped and resized no other edits. I think I can leave my dslrs at home more now.
Exposure Time = 1/30"
F Number = F2
ISO Speed Ratings = 320
Exposure Bias Value = -0.67EV


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Old Mar 27, 2010, 9:07 PM   #2
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Another while waiting on a stop light.

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Old Mar 27, 2010, 9:16 PM   #3
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Indeed a good little camera. Same sensor as G11 and all manual exposure possibilities? Good to see such performance in low light.

Like this kind of pictures. The first one, I mean. Makes the emptyness of the consumption society obvious

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Yup we do not remember to turn off the lights at night.
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Thanks for the comments. Actually these were just night shots not intended to start philosophical discussions.
This was just before closing and they do turn most of the lights off.

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Great night images Bob! I've heard some good stuff about this camera and it looks like it is living up to its reputation. Looks like noise performance is admirable for a P&S. The DSLR's are great, but a handy P&S like this would make the perfect carry around camera!
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Thanks Jelpee! Here is a ISO 800 shot. Cropped, resized no noise reduction.

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Nice clean looking bhammitt shots Ive come to expect. Except for the American flag flying and the mention of something for FREE, Id almost think they were taken in Canada.
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Surprising night shots. Puts my ZS3 night shots to shame.
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Thank you Bynx and Ordo! I fell in love with this little camera after the first few shots I took with it!!

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