Canon PowerShot S80 Digital Camera reviews
Canon PowerShot S80
8 megapixel sensor, 3.6x Optical Zoom lens, 2.5 inch LCD display, 1024 x 768 pixel movies at 15 frames per second movie mode
Canon PowerShot S80 review from CNET Reviews"Canon's latest PowerShot S-series flagship, the 8-megapixel PowerShot S80, stands out just about every way you look at it. It's a fun little camera that packs a wallop in terms of features, performance, and photo quality. Its automatic-exposure modes and intelligent processing will impress casual shooters who want good images without a lot of fuss."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-10-25. Read the full CNET Reviews - Canon PowerShot S80 Review
Canon PowerShot S80 review from DP Review"The S80 is smaller and lighter than the S70 yet it packs a much larger (2.5") wide viewing angle LCD monitor, a control wheel / 4-way controller, XGA video capture (15 fps), USB 2.0 High-speed and SD/MMC storage. Some may, however, be a little disappointed to hear that RAW capture has been dropped."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-20. Read the full DP Review - Canon PowerShot S80 Review
Canon PowerShot S80 review from Trusted Reviews"When you first get the S80 out of the box, you know at once where that money went. The initial impression is of sleek style and superb build quality. Itís quite a chunky camera, and surprisingly heavy for its size. It measures 104 x 57 x 38.8mm and weighs a hefty 225g minus the battery and card, so youíre not going to be carrying it in your shirt pocket, unless your shirts are made out of Kevlar."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-15. Read the full Trusted Reviews - Canon PowerShot S80 Review
Canon PowerShot S80 review from Steve's DigiCams"The S80 would be a good companion to more versatile and complex digicams. I recently took the S80 and several other cameras, including dSLR's, on a fall foliage trip. I found myself always grabbing the S80 first because of its ease of use, terrific image quality and the ability to play back an image enlarged 10x on its high-quality LCD; I would capture the same scene with the other cameras only if they were pleasing on the S80's LCD."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-28. Read the full Steve's DigiCams - Canon PowerShot S80 Review
Canon PowerShot S80 review from Imaging Resource"Compact design and superior handling, the hallmarks of the S-Series, are just Canon's way of saying "no compromise." The S80 does that with a larger sensor, a speedy DIGIC II processor, a generous 2.5-inch LCD, 21 shooting modes and a very slick EOS-style Multi Control dial in a body Canon claims is eight percent smaller than its predecessor."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-28. Read the full Imaging Resource - Canon PowerShot S80 Review
Canon PowerShot S80 review from Let's Go Digital"The Canon PowerShot S80 is a remarkable digital camera. It's quite a large compact camera and extremely solid. The Canon S80 has a beautiful striking appearance. The camera is well-organized and because of the amount of buttons the Canon PowerShot S80 offers easy operation. The new wheel needs some time to get used to, while it is a button at the same time."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2005-11-30. Read the full Let's Go Digital - Canon PowerShot S80 Review
Canon PowerShot S80 review from Megapixel"The Canon PowerShot S80 is without a doubt the most complex camera of the S-series to date, and in particular, its ergonomic design is the most advanced yet."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2006-01-25. Read the full Megapixel - Canon PowerShot S80 Review
Canon PowerShot S80 review from PC Mag"The S80 improves over the S70 several ways. It boosts the sensor to 8.0 megapixels from 7.1, while also improving video features considerably. You can shoot at 30 frames per second instead of 10 and save until you fill the memory card, giving you much smoother, longer clips."
Digital Camera reviewed on 2006-01-09. Read the full PC Mag - Canon PowerShot S80 Review