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Old Mar 15, 2011, 9:10 PM   #21
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Thank you so much for all that info, i totally get it now, finally,lol... So i think for my friends needs they will do the sd4000 as they are more automatic mode people. they like quick easy picture taking. I myself like to play around on a lazy day and see what i can get, not them.....
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Old Mar 15, 2011, 11:58 PM   #22
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I am pleased that we delivered the information that was needed.

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Old Mar 16, 2011, 10:47 AM   #23
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so why would automatic setting work better on the sd4000? you did a good job explaining it to me and i decided that the 95 was the way to go until you mentioned about the auto setting.... so what is the real difference with a cmos sensor?
The S95 can operate in full auto model like all other canon point and shoots, as it is just as simple. But the s95 give the added ability to shoot in a more semi manual mode for more control. But the real difference is the larger sensor and better low light ability. In good lighting they are very close in image quality.
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If you are doing allot of indoor shooting the s90/95 will be the best option. It will shot much better at higher iso then the SD or the SX. If price is not an issue this is the best route to go.
That is why I said that in my opinion, the SD4000 is the most cost effective choice. Of course, the Canon S90/95 is a somewhat better, but, none the less, a more costly choice.
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and it would be used more for indoor shots in lower lighting, so the 95 is the choice i guess for us.
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Yes that is the better tool for that shooting situation. The extra is money well spent actually when you consider the better results you will get indoor low light.
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