Canon PowerShot SX110 IS
Released September, 2008
The Pros:Very easy to use, operation is completely obvious. Image stabilization is more than enough to account for hands shaking. Great in low light, flash does a great job.
The Cons:Battery life is pretty short, need to carry around some spares. Batteries run down just sitting in the camera when it's off. LCD is hard to see in daylight.
The Canon PowerShot SX110 IS is the successor to the SX100, a popular ultrazoom consumer digital camera. The SX110 IS offers a range of user control, from the fully automatic "Easy Mode" that will make novices comfortable with it, to shutter-priority, aperture priority and full manual to catch the interest of more advanced photographers.
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With the lower price tag than many bridge cameras (advancedultrazooms), the SX 110 IS seems aimed at those looking for a camera to learn on, allowing them more control as they desire it. Reviewers describe it as performing well, if not wonderfully, but mention that overall it is not a noticeable upgrade from the previous model SX100.
- 9 megapixel CCD sensor
- 10x optical zoom lens
- optical image stabilization
- Digic III processor
- face detection
- manual mode
- 3" LCD screen
- red eye correction
- ISO 1600 for low light
- scene modes
- captures video
User Reviews (1)
very easy to use, operation is completely obvious
image stabilization is more than enough to account for hands shaking
great in low light, flash does a great job
can do a fairly good job with macro photography, gets some sharp images
zoom stays sharp even when fully extended
battery life is pretty short, need to carry around some spares
batteries run down just sitting in the camera when it's off
LCD is hard to see in daylight
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