Reviews and Problems with Canon Digital ELPH / Digital IXUS v / IXY Digital 200 / PowerShot S110 (old model)
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6 October 2002
Conclusion: With the PowerShot S110, Canon revisits the excellent and easily-recommended S100, tweaking the design to allow wireless photo sharing. It's the fourth iteration of a series that has always performed admirably, offering enthusiast-friendly features in a pocket-friendly body. Our time with the Canon S110 has left us feeling slightly conflicted, though -- perhaps because its predecessors have set the bar so high. On the one hand, there's still a lot to love.
Pros: Compact body easily slips in a pocket, Customizable twin control dial interface, Relatively fast lens at wide angle, great for low-light shooting, Good color and excellent hue accuracy, Program, priority, and manual exposure modes, Raw and Raw+JPEG file support, Rich manual focus options including focus bracketing, Adjustable Auto ISO ramp speed, noise reduction strength, Great selection of enthusiast tools and options, Touch screen makes subject selection simple, Goo...
Cons: Consumers also welcome. Even if you're not an enthusiast, and you'll likely shoot in Auto or Program mode all of the time, you'll still benefit from these attributes, too -- and you'll find that the S110 caters to you in other ways. There's a healthy selection of tools and digital filter functions, for example, that let you tweak your shots for creative effect in-camera, although some do work better than others, and a couple feel quite dated. Disappointingly, HDR mode...