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Old Jul 21, 2010, 12:17 AM   #1
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Default Canon S90 sample photos no flash in Museum

All Hand-Held...no flash..."A" Mode...S90 performs well indoors...
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8. and one B&W photograph that I took just inside the frame of the original to see the results...
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Indeed it does. However, it looks like there was plenty of light. The camera also handled WB well.
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Old Jul 21, 2010, 12:34 AM   #3
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Yes it does seem so, and all were at ISO 800 except for the B&W Photograph shot...it was ISO 200, but this is perfect for what we wanted in a Low Light P&S without taking the Canon 300D or 7D along...

Note these are have no editing at all or PP...no sharpening...straight out of the camera and then uploaded to FlickR...

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Old Jul 21, 2010, 12:41 AM   #4
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I can no longer picture myself carrying one of those bulky cameras with me now that I have the G1 + ZS6.
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I can no longer picture myself carrying one of those bulky cameras with me now that I have the G1 + ZS6.
You're hitting close to home Tullio...with the FZ35's, ZS7, and the S90...I am almost always covered...but my 94 lb wife loves the 7D and the 70-200 f/4L or the 100-400 and 7D on a Tripod...lol...
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Same pic's sharpened 2 clicks...














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Nothing less than spectacular. S90 rocks. Must be that 2.0 lens (and the photographer, of course).
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Good looking images. I like the sharpened results.
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Old Jul 21, 2010, 12:36 PM   #9
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I like the sharpened results a bit better. I would say the S-90 is really doing well for you. It appears that the lighting was provided by sodium vapor light which is a tough light level to handle, so the S-90 really did well. Congratulations on your new camera.

Now if you can just convert your wife as well, you won't have to carry that heavy kit bag and that tripod anymore. LOL!

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More tractors. Heavy metal can't be beat. and, bonus, a toolbox! I'm a city guy but I remember the smell of hay.
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