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Canon PowerShot N100
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Canon PowerShot N100

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Overall 8

Canon PowerShot N100: Camera for Social

Review guidelines
23 March 2015
  • Summary: The Canon PowerShot N100 is a compact with interesting values ​​photographic base, with good image quality and a versatile lens, but designed for user experience ” different ” from the traditional one. The result is a success only in half.
  • Pros: Good-quality  photos and videos, useful optical zoom 24-120mm, Wi-Fi and NFC integrated, rear lens for the curious mode ” double capture “, comfortable and responsive touch screen.
  • Cons: More corpulent the typical ultra-compact, little immediate interface, some features are of dubious value, secondary sensor to reduced quality.
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Expert Review

Steve's Digicams
12 August 2014
  • Summary: But wait, there's more... Dual Capture Mode utilizes the included rear-facing "Story Camera" to create a picture-in-picture effect of not only the photograph subject, but also the person taking said photograph.
  • Pros: High image quality thanks to its large 1/1.7" image sensor, Burst mode does not slow or have shot limit, Selfie fans will like dual-lens capture modes, Auto focus is fast and accurate, Very good battery life, High-resolution LCD, Touch screen navigation works very well, Album playback is attracti...
  • Cons: 5x zoom power is modest, 3.2fps burst mode is not lightning quick, No high-speed burst modes, In-camera editing is limited, Smart shutter features can be unresponsive, No burst shooting with flash, USB cable not included, Body is a little bulky
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Overall 8

Canon PowerShot N100

PC Magazine
1 June 2014
  • Conclusion: The Canon PowerShot N100 expands on the original N's Creative Shot mode, and thankfully drops its predecessor's quirky design.
  • Pros: Sharp f/1.8 lens. Larger than average image sensor. 3.6fps image capture. Solid image quality through ISO 1600. Tilting touch-screen display. Creative Shot mode. Rear camera Dual Capture mode. Wi-Fi.
  • Cons: Pricey. No Raw shooting support. Lacks manual control modes. Controls limited in Creative Shot mode. Some barrel distortion. Limited zoom range.
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Overall 7

Canon PowerShot N100 ( White)

31 May 2014
  • Summary: The Canon PowerShot N100's photos and performance are a step in the right direction for point-and-shoots, but the N100 design needs a bit more work and perhaps fewer novelties.
  • Pros: The Canon PowerShot N100 packs a larger-than-usual sensor and a lens that starts at a bright f1.8 aperture, a combination that gets you better photo quality in low-light conditions than you'd get from a typical point-and-shoot. Shooting performance is excellent, too, and there's built-in Wi-Fi fo...
  • Cons: It's heavier and bigger than the similarly spec'ed PowerShot S120; the design overall isn't great; the rear-facing camera is sort of a waste; NFC is underutilized.
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Overall 6

Canon PowerShot N100 Review

15 May 2014
  • Conclusion: The N100 is more about the experience of photography – capturing the moment – beyond taking a good picture. It’s about getting back those casual photographers who have migrated to highly capable smartphones that are fun to use.
  • Pros: Nice-looking photos, Unique storytelling mode, Bright touchscreen, Wide aperture lens
  • Cons: Overly large and heavy, Stumbles at high ISOs, Rear-facing camera a bit gimmicky, LCD doesn’t fully tilt
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Canon PowerShot N100 review

TechRadar UK
10 January 2014
  • Summary: The camera that photographs you while you photograph
  • Pros: Easy to use, Touchscreen, Two-way camera
  • Cons: LCD not visible from front
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Hands-on: Canon PowerShot N100 goes whacky with front and rear cameras

Pocket Lint
10 January 2014
  • Excerpt: Canon continues to let its N-series engineers run wild with their imaginations with the release of the PowerShot N100. And we got to test it out at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas.
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Overall 7
Picture quality 7

Test: Canon PowerShot N100 (Digitalkamera)

CHIP Online
20 July 2014
  • Excerpt: Fazit: Die Canon PowerShot N100 überzeugt im Test als innovative Doppelkamera, die den Fotografen ins Bild bringt. Dabei punktet die Kompaktkamera mit solider Ausstattung und guter Geschwindigkeit. Bei der Bildqualität zeigt die Canon PowerShot N100 hingegen einige Schwächen.
  • Pros: Schnappschuss-tauglich, Unbegrenzte Serienaufnahme, Selfie-Kamera, Schwenk- und Touch-Screen, Konstante Kantenschärfe
  • Cons: Rauschen stets sichtbar, Weichzeichnung ab ISO 800, Keine manuellen Programme
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Overall 9

PowerShot N100

Das Digitalkamera-Magazin
16 July 2014
  • Conclusion: Eine einfache Bedienung, diverse Kreativoptionen und ein hochauflösendes sowie klappbares Display sorgen bei der Canon PowerShot N100 für einen positiven Eindruck in der Praxis . Dass ein manueller Modus und Halbautomatiken fehlen, ist dagegen schade.
  • Pros: Überdurchschnittliche Bildqualität für eine Kompaktkamera, 5-fach-Zoom mit sehr praxistauglicher Brennweite von 24 bis 120mm (KB), Lichtstarkes Objektiv im Weitwinkel (F1,8), Schnappschuss-tauglich: schneller Autofokus (0,12 Sekunden), kurze Auslöseverzögerung, Sehr effektiver optischer Bildstabi...
  • Cons: Die rückseitige Kamera ist zu schlecht aufgelöst und die Aufnahmen können nur eingebettet werden, Mit 3,3 Bildern pro Sekunde langsamer Serienbildmodus, Die drahtlose Steuerung der Kamera per WLAN wird nicht angeboten, Keine manuellen und halb automatischen Fotoprogramme, Keine Aufnahme im RAW-Fo...
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Overall 8

Canon PowerShot N100

15 July 2014
  • Conclusion: Le PowerShot N100 reprend les bases techniques du S120. Il permet à Canon de proposer un appareil photo numérique avec de bonnes performances et une belle qualité d'image. Il sort du lot par la présence d'un double capteur photo.
  • Pros: taille du capteur, objectif lumineux, qualité d'image, performances, Wi-Fi, l'originalité du double capteur.
  • Cons: corps glissant de l'appareil, NFC sous exploité.
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