These are photos taken over the course of three evenings of walking around Vancouver with three different cameras. You can tell by the filename prefix: the ones that start with '7D' were all taken with my Canon EOS-7D and EF-S 15-85mm IS zoom at ISO 1600, 'S2X' were with my Fuji S200EXR at ISO 800 and the ones starting with 'S90' were taken with my Canon PowerShot S90 at ISO 400. All the photos were handheld and fairly slow shutter speeds - that is the beauty of having modern image stabilized lenses! The S90 has the benefit of a fast f/2.0 lens which meant I could shoot these night shots at only ISO 400. The Fuji has a slower lens, being f/2.8 wide open, so I needed ISO 800 and the EOS-7D, being a DSLR with more mirror and shutter vibration than the other two P&S cameras, as well as having a slightly slower lens (f/3.5 wide open at 15mm) meant I needed ISO 1600 to get sufficiently sharp photos handheld.