Canon PowerShot S2 Diffrences


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Premgenius

Is the Canon PowerShot S2 IS and Canon PowerShot S2 IS Power Plus both the same products as their website does not have Canon PowerShot S2 IS Power Plus?

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Premgenius
:| uhh, ask 'them'
I e-mailed them but I don't think they shall reply until late this week considering we have a large community I thought someone might know something.
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Schmoove

I have the S2 IS it is a fantastic camera.

Anyways I think the Power Plus is just the same but you probably get more goodies with it (maybe a battery charger or something).

The camera is identical though.

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Bonbon

Never heard of this 'Power Plus' derivative of the S2.

As Schmoove said, I imagine it's probably some sort of larger 'all-in-one' pack.

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Brandon

Id beleive they are the same camera. There is only 1 S2 on canon's site so. Probably a value pack including an overpriced memory card and a bag of some sort

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Syxxpacc

i would guess that the power pack would have a camera (doh) + 512mb memory card + bag + extra battery :) but why do u want to buy the powershot s2 anyways? Panasonic Lumix FZ5 would be a better choice and it should even be with a lower price tag :)

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Premgenius

Thanks....I'm a Canon fan

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Lan88

i would guess that the power pack would have a camera (doh) + 512mb memory card + bag + extra battery :) but why do u want to buy the powershot s2 anyways? Panasonic Lumix FZ5 would be a better choice and it should even be with a lower price tag :)

well, although i have the Fz5 i do admit that the S2 is abit better that Pansonic's. :blush: Maybe its because of the 4 AA battery and the fact that Pansonic had a promotion which led me to buying the Fz5 ;)

Overall, both are kick-a$$ camera's in the megazoom category. :p

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Brandon

well, although i have the Fz5 i do admit that the S2 is abit better that Pansonic's. :blush: Maybe its because of the 4 AA battery and the fact that Pansonic had a promotion which led me to buying the Fz5 ;)

Overall, both are kick-a$$ camera's in the megazoom category. :p

True, i was looking at the FZ-5 and was almost about to purchace it.. but then i got dragged into DSLR

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Syxxpacc

well, although i have the Fz5 i do admit that the S2 is abit better that Pansonic's. :blush: Maybe its because of the 4 AA battery and the fact that Pansonic had a promotion which led me to buying the Fz5 ;)

Overall, both are kick-a$$ camera's in the megazoom category. :p

actually the fz5 picture quality is better than the S2's pic quality + s2 makes a bit more noise and is slower than fz5 (thats why i bought panasonic instead of a canon) :D

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Lan88

actually the fz5 picture quality is better than the S2's pic quality + s2 makes a bit more noise and is slower than fz5 (thats why i bought panasonic instead of a canon) :D

ah, the purple fringing and the saying that the Fz5's quality is on par with the Fz30's :D

Oh well, for our friend who started the thread, here is url for a S2 review. Clicky

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Premgenius

I would like a the Canon EOS 350D SLR but my budget will not allow me to have that

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emo

i own the s2 is and it is a great camera. the power plsu i presume, is probably the same camera except it comes with an extra little package with some add-ons/goodies...probably rechargable batteries, charger, case, tripod, etc...

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Pink Floyd
i would guess that the power pack would have a camera (doh) + 512mb memory card + bag + extra battery :) but why do u want to buy the powershot s2 anyways? Panasonic Lumix FZ5 would be a better choice and it should even be with a lower price tag :)
:yes: something like that
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