Now that I am back from Colorado, it is time to post some of the images taken with my Canon S90. There are only 180 of them, which ate about 2.3GiB of space on my SD card—it looks like I did not need that second 4GiB card that I brought with. This is less than I took last year, which was again, down from the year before.
When reviewing the pictures I took, I noticed a few things about my S90 that I should have noticed earlier. One of them is chromatic aberration, and I have prepared a post on that. The other is a stuck pixel group (stuck red). This second issue is why my S90 is at a Canon repair facility. In a few of the images below you should be able to see the red pixels when at 1:1 and 1:2 (some of the worst ones).
[end of transmission, stay tuned]