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Canon S100 Digital ELPH

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Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph


A typical record screen when in Automatic mode. Across the top is the EV compensation factor (+/-0), the white balance (AWB) and the image size (Large). Across the bottom is the flash mode (automatic), single picture mode and the 296 pictures remaining (yep, there's a 192MB SanDisk card in this one)



Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph

Pressing the Menu button once brings up this set of options. Here you can go into Manual record mode, B&W mode or the StitchAssist mode for shooting panoramas.



Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph

Manual recording mode screen. Icons across the top are the same as automatic mode. This time we are in Superfine/Large mode which drops the number of pictures remaining down to 118.



Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph

You can shoot in a dedicated black and white mode if desired.



Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph

The last two icons select the StitchAssist panorama mode depending on which direction you want to pan your sequence shots. This is the easy (and right) way to aid someone in creating the proper overlap necessary for excellent panoramas.



Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph

Pressing the Menu button again puts you into the Setup mode. Here you can change the image size/quality (if in Manual), enable digital zoom, save the shooting mode settings, reset the file numbering, change the beep sound, change the auto timeout, format the CF card or select the menu language.



Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph

Enabling the digital zoom extends the 2x optical zoom to 4x digital. As with all "digital" zooms, it produces highly pixelized pictures. It's better to shoot a large picture and then digitally zoom (crop) it yourself later using a good graphic editor.



Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph

White balance presets for Automatic, Sunny, Cloudy, Incandescent and Flourescent. No manual way of setting the white point though.



Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph

Onscreen realtime adjustment for the exposure compensation value.






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