Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SX110 IS
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Canon PowerShot SX110 IS Camera: Review
9 May 2013
Summary: The Canon PowerShot SX110 IS is a compact digital camera this year presented by the manufacturer and of great interest, especially for the 9 MP sensor and a 10x optical zoom, perhaps the highest in its category.
Pros: OPTICAL ZOOM, Resolution LCD, Face detection, stabilizer.
Conclusion: The Canon PowerShot SX110 is a 9 megapixel super-zoom camera with a 10X optical zoom lens and optical image stabilization. The camera is designed to be a less expensive alternative to Canon’s high end SX10/SX1 ultra-zoom cameras.
Pros: 10X zoom with optical image stabilization; lens is fairly fast, Large 3 inch LCD; visible both indoors and outdoors, Class leading battery life, Full manual controls; exposure, focus and flash, Fast picture-taking performance, Generally good image quality
Cons: Lens is not “wide-angle” (36 mm isn’t as wide as competition), Flash has a very weak range, Large-ish size compared to less bulky cameras with same/more zoom, Lacks the noticeable grip of its predecessor; plastic tripod mount
Summary: The Canon Powershot SX110 IS is the successor to the PowerShot SX100 IS from 2007. With a 10x optical zoom lens featuring built-in Optical Image Stabilizer (IS), Advacned Face detection, DIGIC III processor and a 3.0-inch LCD, this compact super-zoom is packed with high-end features.
Summary: Blame it on their portability. Blame it on their great price-to-performance ratios. Blame it on the fact that people like something that’s a little bit different. Whatever the reasons, compact ultrazooms – cameras that offer long lens performance in a smaller body – are one of the hottest segments...
Pros: Full manual controls that make sense, Solid, stylish build, Excellent display, Good speed/AF performance
Cons: Battery life could be better, Noisy shots, even at low ISOs, Too much sharpening, Video performance not so hot
Big zoom and advanced features on this 9-megapixel camera.
Good Gear Guide.au
3 October 2009
Summary: A fairly good big zoom advanced camera, the Canon PowerShot SX110 IS has a few image quality issues but its 10x zoom lens, 3in screen and manual controls make it an appealing all-purpose unit.
Pros: 10x optical zoom with stabilisation, sharp pictures, good colour balance, manual shooting modes
Cons: Some over-sharpening, a little graininess at lower ISOs, no multi-point focus modes
Conclusion: The Canon Powershot SX110 IS would be near the top of my list if I was looking for extra zoom capabilities without a large, bulky body. This camera handles most situations well and will deliver sharp, colourful photos.
Excerpt: Le Canon PowerShot SX110 IS est un compact aux formes arrondies assez élégantes (ce qui d’ailleurs lui donne une allure de petit bridge… ce qu’il n’est pas !) Avec le capteur de ce SX110 IS, capteur (stabilisé) de 1/2.3 pouces à 9 mégapixels , Canon reste raisonnable dans la course aux pixels, et on...
Pros: Stabilisation, Plage de focale (zoom x10), Rapport qualité - Prix