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conclusion:We like it

92 December 19th 2012 7:50 pm

The PowerShot S110 is an incremental upgrade to the previous S100, offering somewhat faster autofocus performance, a touchscreen, and WiFi. But image quality is unchanged, and, as DigitalCameraInfo puts it, "the S100 offers the same performance for less money. It’s as simple as that." That doesn't mean the S110 isn't worth considering. Gizmodo points out that, given its diminutive profile, the S110 "packs in more quality per square inch of camera than any other point-and-shoot on the market today." But, as DigitalCameraInfo says, "if you’re totally in love with touchscreen technology or you think WiFi will really be a benefit to how you shoot," you should get the S110. Otherwise, the S100 remains a great camera, and can be had at a significantly lower price than the S110.

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Critic reviews

8.1
9 reviews
  • Image quality
    8.1
  • Video quality
    8.0
  • Battery life
    5.8
  • Design and form factor
    7.7
  • Durability
    8.0
  • Speed (start-up time, lag)
    6.8
  • Ease of use
    9.3

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User reviews

6.3
3 reviews
  • Image quality
    7.3
  • Video quality
    8.0
  • Battery life
    6.0
  • Design and form factor
    9.3
  • Durability
    6.0
  • Speed (start-up time, lag)
    8.0
  • Ease of use
    8.7
8.0
Gizmodo Oct 19, 2012

The S110 packs in more quality per square inch of camera than any other point-and-shoot on the market today.

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8.0
CNET Nov 8, 2012

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.

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7.0
PC Mag Oct 23, 2012

The compact, sharp-shooting Canon PowerShot S110 is very similar to its Editors' Choice-winning predecessor, but it's no longer the class leader.

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9.0
Camera Labs Feb 4, 2013

For now though, the PowerShot S110 remains the best bet for enthusiast photographers seeking the rare combination of advanced control in a truly compact connected camera.

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8.0
Digital Versus Oct 23, 2012

On the whole, the PowerShot S110 remains one of the most effectively designed and pleasant-to-use expert compacts of the moment. Unfortunately, battery life is still something of a problem, which could hold rather intensive users back.

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3.0
usrbingeek usrbingeek

The recatable lenses on the S series from Canon has always been it's weak point. It's one drop or hit away from being a brick.

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8.0
minhhich minhhich

For a camera of its sensor size I would expect the S110 to have a better low light performance. The camera fits into anyone pocket (portability) hence it is easy for you to carry everywhere.

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