Canon, Canon PowerShot, Cape Clear, Photography, photos, Sunrise

Sunarise she come a every morning

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Canon, Canon PowerShot, Cape Clear, Colours, Cork, Cork, West Cork, Photography, Photography, photos, West Cork

The green green grass of home

By @SimonCocking, using Canon D30 Powershot

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Canon, Canon G5X, Cork, West Cork, Photography, Digital Photography, Ireland, Photography, photos, West Cork

Cape Clear February light

By @SimonCocking, using Canon G5X, comments at the end

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It’s an interesting camera to use. It does seem to be able to capture some good pictures, with some interesting tech going on in the background to compensate for the glare of the sun. Tried to make it take pictures in lots of challenging light scenarios. Sun shining behind, low winter sun, contrast of dark and light. Pretty user friendly too, most people are able to pick it up and start taking decent pictures very quickly – as is probably the intention with it being positioned as a bridge camera.

One slight design flaw that could become a problem the longer you use it is that the locking mechanism that hold the memory card and battery has opened itself on several occasions already. This could be a real pain as it gets used more if the battery or card holder became less stiff.

Overall it’s an interesting camera to be trialing.