Canon PowerShot S110 White Digital Camera

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The PowerShot S110 packs a world of advancements into its sleek, pocket-sized body. While the camera makes it easy enough for any user to achieve beautiful image quality, it gives serious photographers the tools they need to take their creative expression to the highest level, including a 12.1 Megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5 Image Processor that create the exclusive Canon HS SYSTEM, and 12-bit multi aspect RAW+JPEG. The 24mm Wide-Angle, bright f/2.0 lens with 5x Optical Zoom and ISO speeds all the way up to 12800 deliver breathtaking images, even in low light. At the same time, this is an incredibly convenient camera, with new High Speed AF for sharply reduced lag time, a new capacitive touch panel LCD, and 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. Experience the take-anywhere, do-anything PowerShot S110.
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Product Title Canon PowerShot S110 White Digital Camera
Manufacturer Canon
Lowest Price $450.00 from Amazon Marketplace
Power Score 4.5 | 5 Reviews
Expert Reviews
Canon PowerShot S110 Review
4.5 Star Review  Imaging Resource - Mar 31, 2013

The Canon S110 is the latest in a long line of PowerShot S-series cameras, and it has some mighty big shoes to fill. The PowerShot S line has proven popular with enthusiast photographers, and for good reason: The pairing of a pocket-friendly body with enthusiast-oriented features like twin control dials and a raw file format is a potent one. Add in good image quality compared to their compact camera brethren, and it's no surprise that for three consecutive generations, PowerShot S cameras have earned our coveted Dave's Pick award. For the new generation, the PowerShot S110 replaces its predecessor's built-in GPS receiver with a Wi-Fi radio, and adds a touch screen display for good measure. Canon has stumbled in past attempts to make a sharing-friendly camera, and touch screens too have proven divisive with photographers. Will the Canon S110 be the camera that makes good on both features, and can it earn another Dave's Pick for Canon? Read our Canon S110 review, and find out!

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Canon PowerShot S110 Review
4.5 Star Review  photographyblog.com - Nov 21, 2012

The Canon PowerShot S110 is a new compact camera that offers an extensive list of advanced features - ISO range of 80-12800, RAW support, full manual controls, built-in wi-fi, touchscreen interface and 1080p video - all in a slim and stylish body that you can easily fit in a trouser pocket. Read our in-depth Canon PowerShot S110 review now to find out if this is the best premium compact.

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User Reviews
Compact Camera Great for Low Light!
5 Star Review   By Travel Light Addict on Adorama - Aug 13, 2013   

The notorious s100 had exhibited a lens error and thank goodness canon implemented a change in the s110 model because it works flawlessly -- at least on mine! Most importantly, beautiful pictures are able to be captured despite it is night time with low lighting as their predecessors, s95. I have no major complaints and love the compact size for one of the highest possible quality and added features i.e. wifi (though I have yet to test it). Since I'm not a photography enthusiast, this fits my lifestyle as I do not want to carry around a SLR and extra lenses for traveling. Con - I am mildly annoyed that the flash is hidden and worry others will damage the camera when you ask them to help you take a photo and they are unaware that their hands are preventing the flash from emerging. However, I found a solution, if you press down once/half-way during a dark enough setting on auto mode, the flash will pop out!

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Canon PowerShot S110
4 Star Review   By Julius on Adorama - Aug 13, 2013   

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 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. Didn't do wireless set up it is a monster nightmare that involves Canon Gateway, registering, modifying your network settings and then just maybe it will work. 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. 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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Great Camera!!!
4 Star Review   By Beatrice the Camera Owner on Adorama - Apr 23, 2013   

I think this is a great camera. The only complaint I have is that Camera Window App which is SUPPOSED to work with an iPhone only sort of half works (apparently, according to reviews I have read, I am not alone in my opinion). That being said, I really lo

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The PowerShot S110 packs a world of advancements into its sleek, pocket-sized body. While the camera makes it easy enough for any user to achieve beautiful image quality, it gives serious photographers the tools they need to take their creative expression to the highest level, including a 12.1 Megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5 Image Processor that create the exclusive Canon HS SYSTEM, and 12-bit multi aspect RAW+JPEG. The 24mm Wide-Angle, bright f/2.0 lens with 5x Optical Zoom and ISO speeds all the way up to 12800 deliver breathtaking images, even in low light. At the same time, this is an incredibly convenient camera, with new High Speed AF for sharply reduced lag time, a new capacitive touch panel LCD, and 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. Experience the take-anywhere, do-anything PowerShot S110.
Summary
Product Title Canon PowerShot S110 White Digital Camera
Manufacturer Canon
Lowest Price $450.00 from Amazon Marketplace
Power Score 4.5 | 5 Reviews
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Expert Reviews
Canon PowerShot S110 Review
4.5 Star Review  Imaging Resource - Mar 31, 2013

The Canon S110 is the latest in a long line of PowerShot S-series cameras, and it has some mighty big shoes to fill. The PowerShot S line has proven popular with enthusiast photographers, and for good reason: The pairing of a pocket-friendly body with enthusiast-oriented features like twin control dials and a raw file format is a potent one. Add in good image quality compared to their compact camera brethren, and it's no surprise that for three consecutive generations, PowerShot S cameras have earned our coveted Dave's Pick award. For the new generation, the PowerShot S110 replaces its predecessor's built-in GPS receiver with a Wi-Fi radio, and adds a touch screen display for good measure. Canon has stumbled in past attempts to make a sharing-friendly camera, and touch screens too have proven divisive with photographers. Will the Canon S110 be the camera that makes good on both features, and can it earn another Dave's Pick for Canon? Read our Canon S110 review, and find out!

Read the full review »

Canon PowerShot S110 Review
4.5 Star Review  photographyblog.com - Nov 21, 2012

The Canon PowerShot S110 is a new compact camera that offers an extensive list of advanced features - ISO range of 80-12800, RAW support, full manual controls, built-in wi-fi, touchscreen interface and 1080p video - all in a slim and stylish body that you can easily fit in a trouser pocket. Read our in-depth Canon PowerShot S110 review now to find out if this is the best premium compact.

Read the full review »

User Reviews
Compact Camera Great for Low Light!
5 Star Review   By Travel Light Addict on Adorama - Aug 13, 2013   

The notorious s100 had exhibited a lens error and thank goodness canon implemented a change in the s110 model because it works flawlessly -- at least on mine! Most importantly, beautiful pictures are able to be captured despite it is night time with low lighting as their predecessors, s95. I have no major complaints and love the compact size for one of the highest possible quality and added features i.e. wifi (though I have yet to test it). Since I'm not a photography enthusiast, this fits my lifestyle as I do not want to carry around a SLR and extra lenses for traveling. Con - I am mildly annoyed that the flash is hidden and worry others will damage the camera when you ask them to help you take a photo and they are unaware that their hands are preventing the flash from emerging. However, I found a solution, if you press down once/half-way during a dark enough setting on auto mode, the flash will pop out!

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Canon PowerShot S110
4 Star Review   By Julius on Adorama - Aug 13, 2013   

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 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. Didn't do wireless set up it is a monster nightmare that involves Canon Gateway, registering, modifying your network settings and then just maybe it will work. 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. 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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Great Camera!!!
4 Star Review   By Beatrice the Camera Owner on Adorama - Apr 23, 2013   

I think this is a great camera. The only complaint I have is that Camera Window App which is SUPPOSED to work with an iPhone only sort of half works (apparently, according to reviews I have read, I am not alone in my opinion). That being said, I really lo

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