Canon PowerShot S95 Camera

This slim Canon PowerShot S95 features a high sensitivity 10.0 MP CCD sensor work with powerful DIGIC 4 Image Processor delivers sharp and clear images. The bright f/2.0 3.8x (28-105mm) wide-angle optical zoom lens for low light conditions or shallow depth-of-field.

The advanced Hybrid IS delivering blur-free images even when you zoom in close to your subject. The professional-style control ring for easy manual control.

Other high lights include 3-inch LCD screen, 720p HD video recording, Aperture priority / Shutter priority / full manual exposure modes, Scene Detection, High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode, Smart Shutter, RAW or RAW+JPEG modes and i-Contrast function.


Canon PowerShot S95 Key Features:

  • 10.0-megapixel CCD
  • 3.8x (28-105mm) f/2.0 wide-angle optical zoom lens
  • 4-step lens-shift type image stabilizer
  • HS SYSTEM, reducing image noises dramatically
  • DIGIC 4 Digital Image Processor
  • 3-inch 461k-dot PureColor II G LCD
  • Lens Control Ring
  • Aperture priority (Av), shutter priority (Tv) and full manual exposure shooting modes
  • 1280 x 720 HD movie shooting with stereo sound
  • Enhanced Scene Detection technology, including 28 different scenes
  • New Hybrid IS for macro shooting
  • New High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode
  • Low Light Shooting mode, enables High ISO speed of 12800
  • Fish-eye and Miniature Effect
  • Miniature Movie mode with Time Lapse Movie Effect
  • Nostalgic Shooting mode that can be adjusted to 5 different levels
  • Smart Shutter, with Face, Smile and Wink Self-Timer
  • Face Detect AiAF function, with Face Self-timer and Blink Detection function
  • Motion Detection function, with Intelligent ISO Speed Setting and Tracking AF function
  • RAW or RAW+JPEG modes recording supported
  • White Balance Correction function
  • Enhanced i-Contrast function for keeping more image details, supporting manual setting
  • 16:9 / 3:2 / 4:3 / 1:1 / 4:5 Aspect Ratios

Download User’s Manual: Powershot S95 Instruction Manual

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