Canon PowerShot S110 12MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black)

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Canon PowerShot S110 12MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black)

Canon PowerShot S110 12MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black)

  • Built-in WiFi for Image Transfer to Social Sites, PC, IOS and Android Devices
  • 5x Optical Zoom with 24mm Wide-Angle Lens and 3″ capacitive touch screen
  • 1080p Full HD Video With a Dedicated Movie Button,12-bit Multi Aspect Recording in RAW + JPEG
  • High-speed AF, High-speed Burst HQ for a maximum of 10 frames
  • NB-5L Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 3.7VDC, 1120mAh
  • Built-in WiFi for Image Transfer to Social Sites, PC, IOS and Android Devices
  • 5x Optical Zoom with 24mm Wide-Angle Lens and 3″ capacitive touch screen
  • 1080p Full HD Video With a Dedicated Movie Button
  • High-speed AF, High-speed Burst HQ for a maximum of 10 frames
  • 12-bit Multi Aspect Recording in RAW + JPEG

The PowerShot S110 packs a world of advancements like a 12.1 Megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5 Image Processor, 12-bit multi aspect RAW+JPEG, 24mm Wide-Angle, bright f/2.0 lens with 5x Optical Zoom into a sleek pocket-sized body. The camera also has built-in Wi-Fi that lets you share images and video online, exchange images with another Wi-Fi PowerShot camera, print from a Wi-Fi enabled printer, and wirelessly tag your images with GPS information recorded by a smartphone with the free Canon CameraWindow app. What’s is in the Box: PowerShot S110 Digital Camera (black shown) Battery Pack NB-5L Battery Charger CB-2LX Wrist Strap WS-DC11 USB Interface Cable IFC-400PCU Digital Camera Solution CD

What’s is in the Box: 
PowerShot S110 Digital Camera (black shown) Battery Pack NB-5L Battery Charger CB-2LX Wrist Strap WS-DC11 USB Interface Cable IFC-400PCU Digital Camera Solution CD

List Price: $ 399.00

Price: $ 399.00

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  1. 298 of 323 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    So Much Canon Goodness Packed Into This Tiny Fella!, October 21, 2012
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    Marc Jordan “Marky Da’ Saint” (Sparta, Illinois) –
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    As we all know, Canon’s S90 – S100 models have pretty much set the bar in The Advanced Point And Shoot market for the last 4 1/2 yrs… Until recently ( With the advent of The Sony RX100). Canon sales more cameras than almost all other brands combined, this does not indicate, however; that they are the best in all categories, but that they are either the best over all, or at least in the top 5 for most classes of cameras.

    I have owned many Canon Cameras and printers over the years, and I have been very happy with most of them, but I also place a lot of stock in fellow Amazon customer’s reviews. For many months, I noticed that every other review, or updated one, for The Powershot S100 indicated a nasty lens error. That said, this time around researching advanced P&S’s, I decided to see what other Brands such as: Nikon, Fuji, Panny and Sony were offering… What I found was this, Other brands have really took notice of The Canon S and SX line’s success and or offering very stiff competition!

    Sony has, IMHO, set the New Standard with the almost perfect Advanced P&S, The RX100. My coworker owns one, and it stomps all others in this now crowded class! Only problem is that it cost over $650.00, but the image quality, and low light rendering are truely amazing! Needless to say, Sony discounts its products about as often as Apple discounts its products… NEVER! The Panny Lumix LX5 and LX7, Nikon P300 and P310 and Fuji X10, are all now offering very good to excellent image quality in this class. You saw correct! I did include The Nikon Coolpix P310! Nikon has really stepped their game up with The Coolpix Line, in fact; this was the only model that came close to The Canon S100 and S110’s Bang-For-Your-Buck. Price, it is $200 less than Canon S110, $450 less than The Sony RX100, while offering excellent I.Q., pocketabillity, low light performance and manual controls… Sans Raw mode. Came so close to getting The Nikon P310, before you judge me, just take a gander at the online sample shots of this camera!

    In the end, I came back to The Canon S110. Chose The newer S110 over The S100 in the hopes of avoiding The Lens Error (Fingers Crossed). So happy with this camera! The S110 looks identical to The S100, but let me tell you, Canon has made some huge improvements with The 110. Canon has improved upon the sensor and auto focus speed of this model, added usable ISO, WiFi and touchscreen functionallity. Low light performance is a lot like that of The S95 and S100 combined. Allow me to explain. Sometimes The S100’s colors would be a little off in low light, casting an orangish hue… as if shot in sepia. The Powershot S95 rendered sharp, detailed and very accurate colors in lowlight, but the lens was a bit slow under these conditions. I don’t know what Canon did, but there is almost zero lag in AF, despite others claim that this is a slower lens or sensor than its predecessors. Color, contrast and sharpness are spot on! I predict that the next S model will have a larger sensor to be competitive with The Sony RX100’s lowlight performance, but until then, I have to say that the S110 is very close in low light image quallity and will surpass the Sony, although at the cost of a higher price point and perhaps a larger form factor because of the larger sensor.

    Battery life has never been an issue with me, because I rarely took over 100 pictures in a day and never used GPS tagging or logging. I also rarely shoot video clips longer than 10 min. in a day,also buy cheap aftermarket Batt.s as back-up. Canon’s addition of WiFi to The S-Line is really cool and useful; I use it way more than I thought I would! It is implemented very well with this camera, much smoother and faster than using Eye-Fi’s top of the line card… That’s an $80 dollar value right there! Lol Also, I already own a Canon SX-230HS and many extra batteries. The S110 uses the same battery ( NBL-5) as The SX-230. Yes! Winning! WiFi connection with your smartphone or iPhone is almost instantaneous, once the App. is opened on the device, or printer turned on. GPS functions are combined with these WiFi transmissions between your phone and camera, and they are thus also instantanious.

    The WiFi operates very efficently, and a cool, bright, blue LED lights up on the top of the camera when it is connected. It flashes when busy. The Camera asks if you would like to geotag or log your location while connected to your phone or computer. It is a 2 second affair, so GPS no longer drains your battery. Built-in GPS and Eye-Fi cards do not work nearly as seemless as this! I had issues when first setting this connection up, because I thought I could bypass the step where you connect the Camera to a computer via USB cable and run software CD… You have to do this step! I think you may have to also Register your S110 for it to properly set up initial WiFi.
    Touchscreen: Very Responsive, and can be…

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  2. 72 of 76 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Touch screen and other thoughts, October 26, 2012
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    Been using my new white S110 for a few days now and my initial impressions are:

    Build Quality – Very good, nicely finished has the look and feel of a quality product

    Features: Touch screen is responsive, AF is speedy even in low light, knurled front ring makes adjustments easy and fast, typically good, easy-to-follow menu system and initial setup. LCD is bright and visible even in Florida sunlight. Auto white balance seems pretty good. The Auto function works surprisingly well choosing a scene mode and applying image parameters. With the Auto mode, I have not witnessed any unexpected blown-out highlights and shadow detail is pretty good. Image stabilization appears to work very well, perhaps 3 stops worth. Conversely, wireless setup is a monster nightmare that involves Canon Gateway, registering, modifying your network settings and then just maybe it will work. After almost 30 minutes of tinkering, I was able to transfer 16 photos to my laptop but it took almost 15 minutes to accomplish the transfer. Much easier to just use a card reader and then upload photos to social media sites, email, etc. Canon has not made this feature user-friendly. I will not be using the wireless capability.

    Image Quality: Very good up to 800 ISO – little noise, good detail, and color. 1600 is still good. 3200 perhaps for small prints only.

    Overall: Good camera; however, Canon’s engineers made the wireless curse-worthy. Build quality, image quality, handling, ergonomics are all above average. My only caveat involves the price…kind of pricey for a couple of features over the S100. If you can find an S100 with a serial number above 42xxx (infamous lens error problem), you’ll have basically the same camera as the S110 sans the touch screen and the wireless features at a much less expensive cost. I plan to keep my S110 since it is so very pocket-able, fast, and puts out very decent images especially at lower ISO levels. Canon states that the S110 has a newly designed lens. I am just hoping they have rectified the frequent lens error problem of the S100. Time will tell.

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  3. 48 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A solid enthusiast compact, December 5, 2012
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    S. Vogt

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    This review is from: Canon PowerShot S110 12MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black) (Electronics)

    The Canon Powershot S110 brings some key performance improvements as well as the touchscreen which makes this 4th generation S series camera probably the best yet.

    The photo quality from this camera is impressive considering its sensor size. If I was to be really nit-picky I would say that the sharpening in the JPEGs appears a little crude at times and the colors aren’t as punchy or contrasty by default as they were in the S100. But color performance is still pretty good (I like the colors better than the ones from the Sony RX100), detail capture is very good, and ISO performance is excellent. At ISO 800 the camera does a very nice job balancing out detail retention and noise reduction and even ISO1600 photos look good as long as you’re not blowing them up to huge sizes. Shooting RAW will help you wring out even more detail. Dynamic range is also quite good. The camera tends to overexpose in bright conditions and blow out highlights. Which is pretty typical for this class of camera. Taking everything into account though, I would say the S110 probably has the best overall image quality of any of the S-series cameras so far.

    Canon uses the same 5x F2-F5.9 lens as they did in the S100. It’s unfortunate they haven’t taken the opportunity to put a faster lens in this model because most of the competitors have much faster lenses on their cameras. That said, the lens is fairly sharp. It also zooms in and out fairly quickly.

    Sadly, the camera has lost the little indent on the front which helped give you a more secure grip. However, the surfaced is textured in such a way where you can still get a decent grip, and it’s not slippery like the Sony RX100. The LCD screen is 460k dots, and while it’s pretty decent, I think Canon should have taken the opportunity to upgrade the resolution with this model. The big update this year with the LCD is that it is now a touch screen. To be honest, it’s not very practical for adjusting camera settings but does work extremely well for touch focus and touch shutter. It’s a much better setup than having to go into the menu to adjust the focus area. The touchscreen overall, though, is very responsive and works well.

    The control ring up front remains on this model and is still excellent to use. With decisive clicks everytime you adjust something. You can of course customize the control ring up front to adjust a number of settings.

    As far as performance goes, shot to shot times are about the same as the S100 but autofocus performance has improved on this model. I wouldn’t say the camera has blazing fast autofocus but it should be plenty quick enough in most shooting situations.

    As for the video, it is surprisingly good for such a small camera but is most suitable for short clips.

    Unlike cheaper point and shoots, the Canon S110 still makes a case for purchasing in addition to your Smartphone. The photo quality is very good, performance is very good, it has an excellent shooting design, and the capacitive touch screen is on the best on the market. Well worth its $350 selling price.

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