Photographers who look for new ways to put excitement into their images will love the PowerShot ELPH 110 HS's 24mm Wide-Angle lens. It captures both depth and expanse to give photos a real sense of scale. Landscapes, group photos, city shots and more all benefit from the extra room the wide-angle lens affords, and the added expanse gives you more to work with in every frame. The 5x Optical Zoom puts real zooming power in your hands - a rarity in a camera this slim and chic. Images are bright and steady all along the zoom, so feel free to get in close and pull back as your creativity dictates. It also incorporates the latest in Canon UA lens technology, suppressing lens aberration for outstanding image quality throughout the entire zoom range.
UA Lens Technology Pioneered by Canon, UA Lens technology makes possible compact lenses with remarkable optical performance. By using molded glass with an ultra-high refractive index in aspherical lens elements, Canon has succeeded in reducing lens size while significantly reducing image aberrations. Another stellar example of cutting-edge Canon optics, UA Lens technology helps make PowerShot digital cameras pocket-friendly and capable of astounding image quality.
I bought this Elph 110 locally in 2012 and have been using for about a year. I've taken well over 1,000 images and many short and long video clips. I use it for business travel, tourist shots, photos I use in powerpoint presentations, work related video clips, family shots, indoors, outdoors, action and stills. Its excellent, I sincerely recommend it. It does not have a few features - but it has what I need. Low light ASA, infinity focus setting, fast shutter, HD movies. Very small, travels well, tough and produces excellent quality at a great price.
July 3, 2013
All functions working except the photos come out with overly dark backgrounds.They look fine when taken.
April 16, 2013
Should be easy
Somehow although I think I'm hitting the same sequence I always end up where I don't want to be. I just want to see my photo or erase it but I'm in movie mode and I can't get out! Ten minutes later I just turn it off and put it away until I have more time to futz.
Also, I can't seem to get a photo of my black cat; he's always just a black spot in the center of the hardwood floor. That's with auto settings, daylight or night, with and without the flash (which seems to go off at odd times such as yesterday in bright sunlight).
March 24, 2013
First digital camera I owned received as a Christmas gift from my wife love the quality of pictures it takes and the SMART feature is awesome but the controls are tough to understand and pics in light aren't great even with flash not much help but overall I would recommend to a friend or family member
January 6, 2013