Summary: The Canon ELPH 110 HS / IXUS 125 HS
is, until Canon retires the 100 HS / 115 HS, one step up from the entry level model. With a 16.1 Megapixel sensor, 5x stabilised optical zoom, and 3 inch LCD screen it's a sylish and capable compact.
Pros: 5x stabilised optical zoom., Smart Auto in Movie modes., Optical zoom while movie recording., Excellent image quality.
Cons: Poor battery life., Flimsy card compartment door., Flush buttons can be difficult to press., Reduced resolution on Burst mode.
Summary: • Comes with effective 16.1MP • Equipped with CMOS sensor • Have a digital zoom of 4x • Enables video recording at 30 fps • Have a video resolution of 1280 x 720 • Sports a display of 3 inches LCD • Comes with image stabilizer • Cannot explore much creativity with this camera • Image quality is not...
Pros: Comes with effective 16.1MP , Equipped with CMOS sensor , Have a digital zoom of 4x , Enables video recording at 30 fps , Have a video resolution of 1280 x 720 , Sports a display of 3 inches LCD , Comes with image stabilizer
Cons: Cannot explore much creativity with this camera , Image quality is not that impressive , Control buttons are too small
Summary: The Canon IXUS 125 HS is a tiny little point-and-shoot camera. It’s so small that if you stick it in your pocket you may well forget it’s in there – and that’d be a great shame, as it’s a brilliantly capable snapper.
Excerpt: and is one of the smallest cameras available from Canon and would definitely fit into the category 'Ultra Compact' - being just 20mm thick. It features a wide-angle 5x optical zoom lens, 16.1 megapixel CMOS sensor and Canon's High Speed System with Full HD video.
Pros: Ultra compact 5x optical zoom camera, Handheld Night-Shot Mode, Compact metal body, Good macro performance, Bright saturated colours
Cons: Small rear buttons (d-pad and menu buttons), Lacks in camera panoramic stitching, High price compared to other cameras, High purple fringing
Summary: The Canon IXUS 125 HS ticks the boxes for anyone wanting a good-looking, slim, metal-bodied compact that packs in all the essentials. These include that regulation issue 16 megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, Full HD video with mono sound, a smattering of effects filters (including the tilt and shift...
Conclusion: Though the exterior looks beautiful, the headline specification here is fairly run of the mill for a fully auto pocket snapshot in 2012: a 16 megapixel sensor plus a 5x optical zoom, backed up by Full HD video with mono sound and HDMI output.
Pros: Stylish good looks, lightweight metal build, simple and straightforward to use for everyday snaps and HD videos, slots unobtrusively into trouser pocket or handbag
Cons: Commands a price premium, so-so battery life, flimsy cover to HDMI/USB/AV ports, mono sound