I've had my S90 for a few years & have been very pleased with the little camera. I like the ability to take control over exposure & the camera does well in "idiot mode".
The camera is just the right size for "on the bike" shots & is fairly easy to operate with one hand. Just attach a lanyard, slip in a pocket. When inspiration strikes, just slip it out, aim in the general direction, & shoot. The ruggedness of the magnesium body is a plus!
Unless you find a smoking good deal on an S90, I would consider looking @ one of its' successors; the S95, S100, or the newly released S110.
Originally Posted by Cuttle
me? stuck at work... and my little point and shoot camera is getting "crunchy" when I turn it on
. Thinking about this one
for the next season: should be a nice upgrade and still small enough to put in the pocket (lot's of manual settings - like changing F stops on the control ring
). Watcha think?