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Canon Powershot S110 (2012) ( 12.1 MP,5 x Optical Zoom,3 -inch LCD )

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  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 9.9 x 5.9 cm ; 172 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 581 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 6351B009
  • ASIN: B009C6WX1C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Oct. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 91,519 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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12,1 MP 5X ZOOM WLAN 7,5CM LCD

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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Rick Corbishley on 5 Jan. 2013
I had a Panasonic Lumix LX3. Great camera, loved it but broke it. Replaced it with a Canon G12 as I wanted easier manual control. That one's a great camera, but it's big for a compact and you can't put it in a trouser pocket, so I have a belt pouch which works okay but bulky.

Since then I decided to get myself a DSLR (Canon 7D) which I love, but is a major bit of kit to lug about.

I wanted something with full manual control, lightweight, fits easily into a pocket and above all produces excellent results. My other two cameras are brilliant but not pocketable.

So I deicded to treat myself to a 'pocket' compact. In the end it boiled down to three - Panasonic Lumic LX7, Canon S110 and the Sony RX100. All three produce the goods, but the most pocketable is the S110. I really fancied the RX100 but it is just a little bit on the big size, similar to the LX3 which was always a squeeze and I often ended up keeping it in my wifes handbag which then annoyed her when I kept asking for it to use. So in the end, although I wanted the RX100 I went for the Canon purely because it is the smallest.

Am I disappointed? Not a bit.

For me, the pros and cons are:

Pros
It has a metal body and feels the business (for a compact)
Fits easily into the tightest pocket
Good quality images
Full manual control and easy to use
My wife loves it
WiFi transfer of images to a tablet is brilliant for review
Love the HDR facility and ND filter
Being able to touch the screen at the spot you want to focus on and it then focus and take the picture is great

Cons
Colours not amazingly vibrant
There is no grip to the front which makes it feel less secure.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Antoine Camilleri HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 31 Jan. 2014
The S series camera is the flagship "point and shoot" compact offering from Canon. The S110, like its predecessors does not offer a large zoom or some fancy feature found on other cheaper cameras, yet it does not skimp on quality.

Pros:
Awesome image quality for a tiny sensor.
Rugged yet refined metal build quality.
Fast startup and fast focus lock. (Ideal for street photography)
Intuitive button layout. Canon dSLR users in particular will feel at home with this camera thanks to the similar touchscreen interface and control layout.
WiFi implementation works seamlessly. Transferring pics to a phone or WiFi enabled devices is fast and easy.
Assignable front control ring. (I love it)
RAW capture
The dedicated battery charger is another plus. Certain cameras nowadays have to be charged through a wall-wart connected to the camera itself.
S series camera tends to holds it's price relatively well.

Cons:
Up until now I am hard pressed to find any cons, yet some might rightfully argue that the power ON/OFF switch is oddly placed. The power button sits flush on the top of the camera and is relatively tiny. Probably the idea with having this layout was to avoid accidental powering on of the camera, and most probably one gets familiar with the button placement after handling the S110 for a while. Having said that, it could have been placed a cm or so further to the left, as it does interfere with the zoom/shutter release button. (Canon's newly released S120 seems to have a larger power button).
By the time you buy the S110, an S120 is on the market (and in fact it is).... Yet this is the norm in this day and age.

Short review:

On picking up the camera for the first time I was quite surprised at it's weight.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John Kaiser Calautit on 11 May 2013
Canon PowerShot S110: A full-blown PowerShot with plenty of manual controls and Canon's HS system for improved low-light performance.

Pros: Great little camera, easy to use, built-in Wi-Fi, raw shooting, fast maximum aperture, plenty of manual controls, excellent image quality, very well-suited to low-light

Cons: expensive, wind noise on movies, no grip on the front of the camera, no built-in GPS
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