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Canon PowerShot S110

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Canon PowerShot S110

Camera Labs
1 February 2013
  • Summary: The PowerShot S110 makes a number of improvements and alterations to what was already a very popular and well-liked model but, crucially, nothing Canon has done compromises its prime attraction and its biggest competitive advantage - its compact and lightweight body. A couple of minor changes aside, the S110 looks like the earlier S100 and shares exactly the same dimensions and weight.
  • Pros: Smaller than other high-end compacts., 3 inch 461k dot touch-screen., Wi-fi network and smartphone connectivity., 5x 24-120mm zoom.
  • Cons: Poor battery life., Lacks movie PASM modes., No built-in GPS., Lacklustre continuous shooting.
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Overall 10

Canon PowerShot S110

7 January 2013
  • Summary: Canon has added a touchscreen and Wi-Fi to the excellent S100 and despite niggles, it remains a top compact
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Overall 7

PowerShot S110 for the ambivalent snapshooter

8 November 2012
  • Summary: Nice photo quality, improved autofocus performance, and a very compact design make the Canon PowerShot S110 a solid option if you're looking for something between a point-and-shoot and an enthusiast compact. But if you can find them cheaper, the S100 or S95 are still good alternatives.
  • Cons: A not-very-impressive implementation of the new wireless connectivity features and still-sluggish image processing weigh down the camera.
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Overall 10

Canon PowerShot S110 review

12 December 2012
  • Summary: Canon is dipping its toes into the whirlpool of Wi-Fi sharing with the 12.1MP PowerShot S110, which adds a touchscreen as well as additional connectivity to the fantastic S100 , the aging PowerShot that’s sat right near the top of our best compact cameras list for most of 2012. So is it worth grabbing a bargain with the older S100 model or splashing out on the next-gen S110?
  • Pros: Touchscreen is a welcome upgrade, Remains impressively small, Pictures are still great for the price
  • Cons: Wi-Fi is agonising to set-up
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Overall 9

Canon PowerShot S110 review

Pocket Lint
29 October 2012
  • Excerpt: The Canon PowerShot S110 hits the shelves a little less than a year after the release of Canon’s previous high-end S100 compact. But, oh, how the high-end compact landscape has changed in that short time. An abundance of releases with all sorts of varying sensor sizes - such as the Sony RX100 with its 1-inch sensor and Panasonic Lumix LX7 with its less-than-1/1.7-inch sensor - have shaken up the field.
  • Pros: Touchscreen with movable focus point, great pictures straight from camera, faster autofocus than predecessor, truly pocketable
  • Cons: Wi-Fi implementation is poor, pricey, no hotshoe for accessory expansion, poor battery life - 200 shots per charge is worsened by Wi-Fi and GPS, competition is strong, little new compared to predecessor
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Overall 9

PowerShot S110

Das Digitalkamera-Magazin
16 November 2012
  • Conclusion: Kompakt, leicht und trotzdem gut bedienbar – in unserem Praxistest liefert die Canon PowerShot S110 (Datenblatt) eine überzeugende Leistung ab. Wie sie bei der Bildqualität und der Geschwindigkeit abschneidet, klären unsere Labortests. Trotz kompakter Abmessungen besitzt die Canon PowerShot S110 (Technik) einen – für Kompaktkamera-Verhältnisse – großen Bildsensor: Der 1/1,7-Zoll große CMOS-Sensor ist mit – im Vergleich zu einer gewöhnlichen Kompaktkamera – circa 50...
  • Pros: Sehr gute Bildqualität bei niedrigen (ISO 100, 200) und mittleren (ISO 400, 800) ISO-Werten, Überdurchschnittliche Bildqualität bei höheren ISO-Werten (ISO 1.600), Mit 24 bis 120mm sehr praxistaugliche Brennweite, Lichtstarker Weitwinkelbereich (F2,0), Äußerst kompakte und leichte Digitalkamera, Das Kameragehäuse ist hochwertig verarbeitet, Sehr schneller und schnappschusstauglicher Autofokus, Gut funktionierendes Touchscreen-Display (ähnlich reaktionsfreudig wie bei ...
  • Cons: Display mit "nur" durchschnittlicher Auflösung (461.000 Subpixel), Bildfrequenz im normalen Serienbildmodus nicht sehr hoch (dafür Highspeed-Modus vorhanden), Nur 24 Vollbilder pro Sekunde im Video-Modus bei Full-HD-Auflösung (1080p24), Video-Auslöser ungünstig positioniert, Zum Erreichen des Auslösers muss immer über das Moduswählrad gegriffen werden
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