Recommendation for High ISO PnS Compact


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kayheem

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Hi,

I am looking for a compact camera with good high ISO capability and full manual exposure control.

I already have the Fuji F31fd, but it lacks full manual exposure control.

Any recommendations?

Thanks!

Kay Heem
 

CS TAN

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I thought Fujifilm F31fd has full manual control...
 

chalib

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The new S90 :bsmilie:
 

narofx

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The new S90 :bsmilie:
i'm kinda excited abt the S90, but havent seen reviews yet.
I quite like the rotating ring feature to allow u to change focal length/aperture/a few other features, makes mi feel like using a dslr, but without viewfinder.
 

kayheem

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i'm kinda excited abt the S90, but havent seen reviews yet.
I quite like the rotating ring feature to allow u to change focal length/aperture/a few other features, makes mi feel like using a dslr, but without viewfinder.
Nope. It only has 'pseudo-manual'. You can select aperture or shutter speed and exposure compensation, but not full manual. :-(
 

chalib

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Nope. It only has 'pseudo-manual'. You can select aperture or shutter speed and exposure compensation, but not full manual. :-(
If you don't know what it can perform, go canon website and learn more. Dun mislead yourself :)
 

kayheem

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If you don't know what it can perform, go canon website and learn more. Dun mislead yourself :)
Oops, sorry. I clicked on the wrong reply. I was referring to the F31fd, not the S90. I am sure the S90 has full manual. Does anyone know if it supports adaptors for wide or tele add-on lenses?
 

soons

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Oops, sorry. I clicked on the wrong reply. I was referring to the F31fd, not the S90. I am sure the S90 has full manual. Does anyone know if it supports adaptors for wide or tele add-on lenses?
G11 for you then. :bsmilie:
 

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Oops, sorry. I clicked on the wrong reply. I was referring to the F31fd, not the S90. I am sure the S90 has full manual. Does anyone know if it supports adaptors for wide or tele add-on lenses?
Yes S90 has full manual mode, however it does not support adaptors.

G11 for you then. :bsmilie:
G11 is not exactly what I would call "compact"
 

soons

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Yes S90 has full manual mode, however it does not support adaptors.

G11 is not exactly what I would call "compact"
True. But is still smaller than GF1 and EP1.
If TS wants to go creative with Filters, Wide and Tele converters, G11 is his/her only choice.
 

kayheem

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True. But is still smaller than GF1 and EP1.
If TS wants to go creative with Filters, Wide and Tele converters, G11 is his/her only choice.
Actually, I need to attach it to a microscope at work to try to catch some images for documentation purposes. That is why it should be able to support attachments.

For my F31fd, I custom-made a ring and epoxy-ed it to the front of the body, then screwed on an adaptor :)

Attachment is OK, but having problems with the exposure. Can't rely on the auto-exposure for my needs.
 

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You will be my enlightenment if you buy Canon S90 :sweat:. Because till now, no real consumer feedback and picture yet leh.

All the F series, LX3, G9/G11, m43.... all talk till cast to the grave already.
 

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