So the Canon G11 is available, and a quick comparison of the G10 vs G11 vs S90 shows that they dropped the megapixel down to 10.4 (in the case of the G11) from the G10’s 14.7 megapixels.
But this caught my eye about the G11: it has a low-light mode.
I like taking photos in low-light conditions without using the flash, and I wondered how the Canon G10 performs in such conditions. Fortunately, someone is sharing sample photos.
Connie (@sassylawyer) shares the following examples of photos taken using the G10 in low-light, without using a flash:
Connie’s photos look terrific. Since my subjects are usually motionless, then it looks like the G10 will satisfy my needs.
Still, I’m curious about taking photos where there’s a lot of movement in low light (without using a flash). I’ll continue searching for example of Canon G11 photos taken in such conditions.