Prices(Prices as of 11/19/2012)
|ELPH 110 ||ELPH 110 with 8GB SD card, case ||Source|
|$179||Amazon (Typically free shipping)|
|$179||B&H Photo Video (Typically free shipping)|
|$5-$25||Additional SD (standard capacity) memory cards, 4GB-8GB, Class 4-6 (Class 10 is fastest)|
|$15-$75||Additional SDHC (high capacity) memory cards, 16GB-32GB, Class 10 |
|$50-$200+||Additional SDXC (extended capacity, used for video) memory cards, 64GB-128GB, Class 10|
|$60 ||Replacement lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack|
|$70 ||Replacement battery charger|
|$70 ||Optional waterproof case for underwater shots|
|Weight||4.76 oz. |
|Colors||Black, blue, green, pink, red, silver|
|Included in Box||Battery pack, battery charger, USB cable, wrist strap, CD-ROM with ImageBrowser software|
|Type of Media||SD memory card, SDHC memory card, SDXC memory card|
(Typical point-and-shoot: 1/2.3" sensor ratio. Larger sensors: 1/1.7")
|Monitor||3" color LCD display|
|Video||1080p full HD video recording at up to 24 fps, stereo sound; 720p HD video at 30 fps|
|Flash||Built-in flash (auto, on, slow, syncro, off)|
|Zoom||5X optical zoom, 4x digital zoom, 20x combined zoom|
(Basic point-and-shoots: 3X-10X optical zoom. Superzoom: 10X-40X+)
|Photographic Values||Focal length: 4.3mm-21.5mm (film equivalent 24mm-120mm)|
Shutter speed: 15 seconds to 1/2000 of a second
ISO: auto, 100-3200
|Continuous Shooting||2.0 shots/second in P (program) mode; 5.8 shots/second in High-Speed Burst mode|
|Batteries||Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack; about 170 shots or 3 hours playback per charge |
|Other Features||Face ID (recognizes up to 12 specific faces and prioritizes them for best exposure is a group shot)|
Timer with 10-second delay
|Warranty||1 year limited, parts and labor|
The manufacturer's detailed information on this product is available at USA.Canon.com.
What People Are Saying:
Critics are generally positive about the Canon PowerShot ELPH 110. It is on the 2012 recommended list at Consumer Reports and is listed as one of the Top 3 Cheap Digital Cameras at ConsumerSearch.com. User reviews are primarily positive, with most calling it a fast, easy-to-use camera that takes relatively good quality pictures for everyday use.
- CNET: "The good: Canon's PowerShot Elph 110 HS is small and lightweight with a bright, ultrawide-angle lens and lots of fun shooting options, and can produce some very nice photos and movie clips. The bad: The 110 HS has a relatively short battery life and mixed shooting performance, and low-light/high-ISO photos can look very soft. "
- PCMag.com: "The PowerShot Elph 110 HS is a good compact camera, but not a great one. Its lens is sharp, but Canon's decision to cram 16 megapixels onto a tiny sensor results in noisy images at higher ISO settings. The camera attempts to counteract this with noise reduction, but only serves to kill detail in photos at higher ISOs. "
- DigitalCameraReview.com: "The Canon PowerShot 110 HS was obviously designed for casual users and snap-shooters. It's easy to use, compact and just about anybody can operate it after a brief scan of the quick-start guide."