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The reason a new S95 is $450 is because it was discontinued two years ago, and there are very few brand-new ones remaining. Someone who just has to have an S95 will pay that price. I would recommend buying a brand-new Canon S110; it's $250 on Amazon, has a 1-year warranty and you can try it for 30 days and return it if… see more The reason a new S95 is $450 is because it was discontinued two years ago, and there are very few brand-new ones remaining. Someone who just has to have an S95 will pay that price. I would recommend buying a brand-new Canon S110; it's $250 on Amazon, has a 1-year warranty and you can try it for 30 days and return it if you don't like it. It's also two models newer, and is a better camera than the S95. Much better deal than buying someone's used camera that may have issues. see less The reason a new S95 is $450 is because it was discontinued two years ago, and there are very few brand-new ones remaining. Someone who just has to have an S95 will pay that price. I would recommend buying a brand-new Canon S110; it's $250 on Amazon, has a 1-year warranty and you can try it for 30 days and return it if you don't like it. It's also two models newer, and is a better camera than the S95. Much better deal than buying someone's used camera that may have issues.
By MN Swede on October 1, 2014
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It has it. SCN Mode → FUNC/SET → Miniature Effect (icon: Building)
By bao_quoc SELLER on November 22, 2016
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No. unless you are holding the camera with your left hand.
By Amazon Customer on October 28, 2016
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no, It's not waterproof.
By THREE BROS SELLER on May 2, 2017
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No, it has an LCD screen on the back, the aize of the camera, that shows exactly what you will see. This makes it very simple to see changes in exposure instantly.
By Mara Kurtz on August 10, 2013
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What?
By Evangelia P. on December 1, 2013
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I don't know but I think a much better ude would be to get a SECOND battery.
By Alan M. Birnbaum on December 12, 2014
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well, it is limited, mainly in that you can't bounce it and can't adjust flash exposure in auto mode. plus, the types of flash are limited at least in the automatic and scene modes. that said, in most of the other modes (P,A,S,M) you can adjust the flash exposure compensation, and i find that setting it down a notch … see more well, it is limited, mainly in that you can't bounce it and can't adjust flash exposure in auto mode. plus, the types of flash are limited at least in the automatic and scene modes. that said, in most of the other modes (P,A,S,M) you can adjust the flash exposure compensation, and i find that setting it down a notch or two usually helps to avoid blowing out my subject. see less well, it is limited, mainly in that you can't bounce it and can't adjust flash exposure in auto mode. plus, the types of flash are limited at least in the automatic and scene modes. that said, in most of the other modes (P,A,S,M) you can adjust the flash exposure compensation, and i find that setting it down a notch or two usually helps to avoid blowing out my subject.
By Robert S. Henion on June 15, 2012
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Not anyway I can thing of! (I do know I love this little camera!)
By piquekid on July 28, 2015
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Here's a couple of things that work for me: 1. Put your images into separate files, labeled by date and name ie: 2013 8 1 hulahoops. 2. If your computer tells you there's already a file with that number, DO NOT REPLACE the first file. The computer may add a (2) after the new file. Or add a meaningful letter yourself.
By Margaret R. on August 6, 2013