Prices(Prices as of 01/11/2013)
|$379||B&H Photo Video|
|$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|
|$20-$50||Replacement battery |
|$20-$60||Replacement battery charger|
|$50-$90||Optional flash attachment|
|Weight||6.98 oz. |
|Included in Box||Battery, charger, wrist strap, USB cable, software (Digital Camera Solution)|
|Type of Media||SD memory card, SDHC memory card, SDXC memory card|
|Sensor||1/1.7" CMOS sensor|
(Typical point-and-shoot: 1/2.3" sensor ratio. Larger sensors: 1/1.7")
|Monitor||3" TFT LCD with touch-screen panel (about 461k dots)|
|Video||1080p full-HD video recording with a dedicated movie button and stereo sound|
|Flash||Built-in flash (auto, flash on, slow synchro, flash off), with a range of 1.6'-23'|
|Zoom||5X optical zoom, 4X digital zoom, 20X combined zoom with optical image stabilizer|
(Basic point-and-shoots: 3X-10X optical zoom. Superzoom: 10X-40X+)
|Photographic Values||Focal length: 5.2mm-26.0mm (film equivalent 24-120mm)|
Shutter speed: 15 seconds to 1/2000
|Manual Settings||Manual exposure, program shift, safety shift, AE lock|
|Continuous Shooting||About 10 frames per second in high-speed burst mode|
|Batteries||Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack, about 200 shots or 4 hours playback time per charge; 10 seconds or less recycling time|
|Other Features||Built-in Wi-Fi|
Ring controls focus, aperture, shutter speed, ISO, step zoom, exposure compensation, aspect ratio, i-Contrast, white bal
27 shooting modes, including portrait, handheld night, underwater, high dynamic range, soft focus and more
12 photo effects, including sepia, black & white, lighter skin tone and more
Self-timer with 2- or 10-second or custom delay
|Warranty||1 year limited, parts and labor|
The manufacturer's detailed product information is available at USA.Canon.com.
What People Are Saying:
Critics typically praise the Canon PowerShot S110 as a pocket-sized camera with a lot of professional features, although most note that setting up the built-in Wi-Fi can be challenging. Consumer Reports recommends the PowerShot S110, rating it very good in all categories -- image and video quality, flash photos, LCD and ease of use -- but noting that the audio on the video recording is only fair (equivalent to about a C- or D letter grade).
- CNET: "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. But if you can find them cheaper, the S100 or S95 are still good alternatives."
- PCMag.com: "Pros: Sharp lens. Good quality at high ISOs. Speedy performance. Integrated Wi-Fi. Raw shooting support. Cons: Expensive. No GPS. Lacks hot shoe or EVF option. 1080p video limited to 24fps. Wireless setup can be difficult. Bottom line: The compact, sharp-shooting Canon PowerShot S110 is very similar to its Editors' Choice-winning predecessor, but it's no longer the class leader."
- TechRadar: "With plenty to appeal to beginners and more advanced enthusiasts alike, the Canon S110's inclusion of Wi-Fi connectivity adds to its potential attractiveness to tech-savvy photographers too. We should warn you, however, that the system is highly cumbersome to set up initially, but once you've navigated this minefield it's possible to upload your shots directly to social networking sites, PCs, smartphones and tablets. Finally, if you do use Wi-Fi, expect to run down the battery pretty quickly."