Excerpt: The new Canon PowerShot S110 is an understated and rather elegant little P&S digital camera that offers a lot of professional features. The S110 (like its "S" series predecessors) was designed for serious photographers looking for a pocketable compact camera with lots of creative capability.
Pros: Compact, Easy to use, First rate optics, Excellent image quality, Manual exposure capability
Conclusion: It’s a given that you’ll get better performance from a camera with a larger sensor, but more convenience out of a smart phone. So, where does the S110 fit in? It fills that niche where you want excellent image quality but you don’t want to lug around an interchangeable lens camera, no matter how compact some mirrorless ones are. The S110 is an amazing little camera that thinks it’s a more powerful shooter, and it backs it up with its picture and video quality.
Pros: Great photo quality and performance, even in low light, Faster autofocusing than predecessors, Easy to use, yet has plenty of user-adjustable options
Cons: Wi-Fi not the easiest to use, somewhat half-baked, Slow continuous shooting
Conclusion: Yes there are a few drawbacks to this camera, and no it's not a major upgrade over the Canon S100, but the new features that the Canon S110 does pioneer definitely add to its value and keep it in the running among its high-end competitors.
Summary: The Canon PowerShot S110 is a really versatile, very small camera that would be a great carry-anywhere option for the more ambitious photographer and anyone looking for a point-and-shoot to supplement their dSLR.
Pros: Wide maximum aperture, Built-in Wi-Fi, Raw shooting, Plenty of manual controls, Very small
Cons: Wind noise on movies, Undercut by competitors
Excerpt: The Canon PowerShot S110 was released in September 2012 and is a serious pocket-sized compact camera, packed with Wi-Fi and a 3 inch touch screen.
Pros: Built-in Wi-Fi, Full manual controls and RAW shooting, Pocket-sized with DSLR style features, Image quality is excellent, Fast f/2.0 lens, 10 fps continuous shooting at full resolution, Lots of creative modes, Video quality is good
Cons: No grip on the front of the camera, No built-in GPS, Battery life CIPA rating is poor, Is a little on the expensive side
Conclusion: The Canon PowerShot S110 is a 12.1MP advanced compact that will most likely to appeal to enthusiast photographers looking for an easy-to-carry yet flexible compact companion. In this respect the S110 delivers on its remit, delivering impressive image quality – including the ability to shoot in Raw – a responsive touch-screen and full manual control, along with excellent build quality and built-in W-Fi.
Pros: Excellent image quality, Solid construction and improved design, Good handling and performance, Worthwhile additions to specification
Cons: Not the cheapest model on the market, Wi-Fi functionality lags behind some of its rivals
Summary: Buy this camera if: - You want a camera that can record raw files, which is small enough to fit in a shirt pocket. - You'd like the ability to shoot Full HD (1080p) video clips. - You want most of the controls and functions offered in serious DSLR cameras. - You require high resolution and low noise levels at high ISO settings. - You require high burst speeds plus adequate buffer capacity Don't buy this camera if: - You have large hands or fingers or limited dexterity.
Pros: You want a camera that can record raw files, which is small enough to fit in a shirt pocket., You'd like the ability to shoot Full HD (1080p) video clips., You want most of the controls and functions offered in serious DSLR cameras., You require high resolution and low noise levels at high ISO settings., You require high burst speeds plus adequate buffer capacity Buy this camera if:, You'd like the ability to shoot Full HD (1080p) video clips., You want most of the co...
Cons: You have large hands or fingers or limited dexterity., You need fast cycle times for processing shots., You need a powerful flash. Don't buy this camera if:, You have large hands or fingers or limited dexterity., You need fast cycle times for processing shots., You need a powerful flash.