Summary: The two best features for me (a mom and a photo nut) are the smile recognition feature and the spot color feature. The smile recognition feature has enabled me to actually get a shot of my 3 yr old smiling instead of his normal "cheese" face where one eye is shut and his lip is snarled. The spot color is really cool. You choose which color you want the picture to show and the rest of the picture turns black and white.
Summary: I was debating on S100 and LX7 last Thanksgiving. S110 has signifcant higher price at that time. S100 was slow and has lag. I ended up with LX7. However, I found LX7 was a bit large size for me especially with case on it. For the whole year, I ended up taking my DSLR D90 most of the time since LX7 wasn't really that convenient after all(e.g. lens cap, setting, Will go into more detail). I sold it last month. Then, I notice the price drop on S110.
Summary: Easy to carry in pocket or purse but controls too small to use easily. On/Off control tiny. Since my previous digital camera was a Canon, how to use the camera's basic functions were intuitive to use. Still need to study the manual to learn the more advanced options. Not impressed with picture quality in zoom mode.
Conclusion: Purchased camera to use on a diving trip to Fiji. Put it in a Ikelite housing with a Sola 500 photo light. Got excellent video and still shots. Colors where on the money. Simple and fast controls. no focusing problems like other brands. Awesome shark dive videos at Bega Lagoon.
Pros: good battery life, Good Low-Light Performance, excellent image quality, durable, Bright LCD, Lightweight/Portable, easy to use
Summary: We used our S80 Cannon for years, but it finally gave out. After trying a Nikon, we decided that Cannon was our brand, but we wanted to hold out for the new Cannon that came out just this year. However, after reading the reviews on the new Cannon, we decided that this S110 model was really the best value for the money. The screen is large enough to view while videos or pictures are being taken, and the setting buttons are intuitive.
Summary: I bought this after trying several point and shoots. Nothing comes close to this one. The Image stabilization along with the quality of the photos are quite close to my husbands DSLR ones. Am extremely happy with this product.
Summary: This replaced an elph500HS that was stolen. I love this camera - both the creative flexibility it allows and the power of its auto modes. Unlike the elph500, access to the shutter and aperture priority modes is easy, as is bracketing. The high-dynamic range feature is great - despite what the manual says it can actually be used without a tripod (if you have a steady hand).
Had a the previous incarnation of this camera...lasted 6 years and tens of thousands of photos. So far, just as happy with this
Thor Kennedy, Amazon
14 September 2013
Summary: The wireless option is awesome. I'm able to transfer to my iPad wherever I'm at. I am a point and shoot....kind of guy, and the automatic mode is my friend. The camera is a fantastic machine for a really good value. The one thing that I would change would be to add back the traditional viewfinder....but I'll get over 'old school' someday soon. This being my 2nd point and shoot, Canon compact, I'd definitely recommend it. Great photos!!!!!