28 Swedes… One stage…
So I wanted to test the camera again. I mean, filming. I decreased the HD-ness to perhaps save some battery life.
There’s apparently no way to shut the screen off while filming. That’s annoying, because a bright screen sitting on a table at the front is kinda annoying.
The camera shut itself off every 20 minutes or so. Saying that it’s “out of battery”. The last time it was apparently true.
So I don’t know what the Canon engineers were on, but they obviously haven’t tried using this camera in “movie” mode. For more than a couple of minutes.
(Oh, the concert was with Marc Ribot (Ree-bow), Henry Grimes and Chad Taylor.)
I got a Canon S120 the other day, because I thought it’d be nice to have a camera small enough to actually schlep around again.
So I went to the Deciders concert:
After sixteen minutes the “I’m dying!!!” battery symbol started flashing in red, so I switched the camera off. I switched it on during the interval, and then the battery meter said that it was 100% fully loaded. So I started filming again:
After 22 more minutes, it switched itself off.
So, as a camera for casual filming, my rating for this camera is seven thumbs down.
|Canon S120. Boo!|