From DPR
The folks at DPR have posted the first of many G11 sample galleries. As with the S90, they look good to me.

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  1. Rox, you’re right in that, since they’re the same sensor with the same specs, the image quality and noise levels will be pretty much identical — which is exactly what the test photos show.

    the amusing part is, the commenters at DPR are already piling up on themselves to claim that either the S90 or G11 has superior image quality.

    there’s even a guy saying the G10 is better. which is horrifying. the G10 had unacceptable amounts of noise even shot at ISO 100.

    you’d think some things would be obvious, but… there’s always people out there with plenty of time to make comments but precious little time to think first

  2. I shoot all kinds of stuff with all kinds of cameras. I am a working photographer who shoots for advertising and corporate client as well as to make images for my own books about photography. Over the last two years I’ve been using small cameras like the Canon G10 and the SX10 for more and more of my work. In the studio, shooting set up shots or small products these cameras shine by dint of their easy to use Live View and increased depth of field. When I bought the SX 10 it was for the long range of the zoom lens which meant I could shoot anything from a construction site to tight shots of the cabins at the top of the construction cranes. I’ve done some portraits with studio lights and an SX10 and they were also very usable. I wish the SX 10 and SX 20 had raw file capability but they don’t. That just means I have to be a bit more careful about WB and exposure. I’ve used the SX10 at outdoor swim meets and found that the lens performs better than expected right out to the end.

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