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'Canon's PowerShot S95 reaches the current upper limit of image quality in pocket-sized digital cameras—that's why it wins our Editors' Choice for the category.'
'The PowerShot S95 is billed as a low light camera with its modest sensor resolution and bright lens focal ratio. '
'Good quality images'
'Best Advanced Compact Digital Camera'
'Good movie mode.'
'It can record full 1080i HD video as well as video in standard TV format.'
'the images are average but not stunning.'
'Obvious purple-fringing is visible down the right side of this scene test, the overall color gamut appears washed-out.'
'Unfortunately, the electronic viewfinder isn't particularly great. '
'This camera is basically a very solid point-and-shooter, producing great shots in good light but noisy ones in low-light '
'Build quality is, as you might expect for that sort of price, very good.'
'The SX1 IS is a great camera for those who don't want the bulk of an SLR but desire the flexibility of different shooting modes and customisable options, with a long lens.'
'very comfortable camera'
'The overall build quality is very good, and with its relatively high weight the Z915 does feel a lot more solid and competent than its price tag would suggest.'
'the 10x optical zoom range is impressive, it's only one of several features that make the budget-friendly Kodak EasyShare Z915 camera an outstanding bargain.'
'640-by-480 .mov files that the camera produces are fuzzy, and the auto-focus struggles mightily to adapt every time you zoom in or out.'
'Stylish compact design.'
'the ideal camera'
'Non-standard USB cable.'
'good sized screen'
'No camera is perfect -- the C-7000Z has some flaws worth mentioning,'
'this sleek metal model looks positively petite.'
'Photo quality dips above ISO 200.'
'shots from the M1093 were sharp and showed no noticeable noise all the way up to ISO 800.'
'The M1093 IS tempts us with a nice sleek look yet chunky and sturdy to heft thanks to (almost) an all-metal build.'
'The M1093 is sleekly masculine, like a well-cut suit.'
'quality on-the-go camera'
'slim and sleek camera'
'The Casio Exilim EX-Z9 is light and portable and can easily be tossed into a pocket.'
'appropriate resolution and frame rate'
'the camera was surprisingly quick between shots even when the flash was used and multipoint AF enabled.'
'such brilliant HD pictures'
'very nice digital photos'
'Decent features for the money.'
'Not shockproof or freezeproof'
'Ease of use.'
'Flash performance is uneven and overexposed, with strong reflections on the brooch and larger coin.'
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