The Canon Powershot s90′s relatively small size, large sensor and fast lens make it easy to carry at all times. It has an excellent exposure system capable of producing sharp images with true-to-life color.
The s90 is far from perfect though. Here are my personal insights, findings and tips about this feature-packed camera.
Consider this custom grip if you own and have difficulty holding the Canon s95, or simply want to improve its ergonomics.
Attach 37mm filters to a Canon s90 or s95 digital camera with the Lensmate Quick-Change Filter Adapter.
The rear control dial of the Canon s95 features a more pronounced ‘click’ mechanism that prevents unintentional changes to settings. For some, better late than ever.
At last, a simple and inexpensive device that protects the free-wheeling rear control dial of the Canon s90 from unintentional movement. And it generally doesn’t hamper its normal use.
Many Canon s90 digital cameras have an Achilles’ heel: the free-wheeling control dial. Here’s what reviewers say about the dial.
Though lightweight and relatively small, the s90 initially felt boxy compared to my ultra compact cameras. After about an hour, I began to feel at home with it. Well, not exactly!
The first thing I do when getting a new digital camera is change many of the factory default settings. Here are my settings for the Canon s90.
The Canon s90 has several features of particular interest to advanced photographers and for those looking for a small digital camera that does well in low light.