Feature: Canon PowerShot G5 vs. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-V1
Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
Thursday, June 5, 2003
know that I keep saying that I'm not going to do these anymore,
but it seems like a good idea, even with the negative feedback I
sometimes receive after doing these shootouts. I will say that it's
really hard to get the exact same shot with both cameras,
even with a tripod!
even more sample photos from each camera, visit the PowerShot
G5 and DSC-V1 photo
be fair, cameras were set to their highest resolution/quality
setting and lowest fixed ISO value, with all other settings
at their default values. I realize that results might
be different if I tweaked the settings to get a perfect
picture, but that opens up a whole other can of worms.
were taken in program mode, within one minute of each
other. I used a tripod where noted.
on the thumbnail will show an 800 x 600 version of the
photo. Do not judge the photo quality using either of
these reduced-sized images. To see the original, full-size
image, click on View Full Size Image below each thumbnail.
To see the settings used for the picture, click on View
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someone will undoubtedly question my motives with this
test -- this is purely informational, and I'm not trying
to sway people in any direction. I don't care what camera
people buy, as long as they buy it from my sponsors!
you have any questions, suggestions or comments, let
me know. Please don't write asking which I think
is better! I put these up so you, the reader, can make