Canon ELPH 110 HS 16.1 Megapixel Stylish Reviews Roundup

Canon announces the 10 Megapixels Canon PowerShot ELPH 520 HS (aka IXUS 500 HS) and the 16 Megapixels PowerShot ELPH 110 HS (aka IXUS 125). The ELPH 520 HS is a metal-bodied ultra-compact camera with 12x optical zoom, while the ELPH 110 HS is a similarly slim camera with a wide, 24-120mm equivalent lens. Both cameras feature the Advanced Smart Auto mode that can recognise up to 58 different scenes and shooting situations, a Full HD movie mode and high-speed shooting. This technology has been enhanced to include a new Face ID feature, allowing users to register up to 12 people on the camera and have the camera recognize and prioritize each person. Further additions to this new feature are Smile Recognition and Sleeping Face Recognition. With Smile Recognition, the camera will take three consecutive shots of a scene and select the best out of the three for the final image. For Sleeping Face Recognition the flash, assist beam and sound is turned off.



Other highlights include a 3.0-inch, 460,000 dots LCD screen, a Super Slow Motion Movie mode, an improved Movie Digest mode, ISO range of up to 3200, Full HD 1080p video capture capabilities and High-Speed Burst mode where images are continuously captured at 6.8 frames per second (or 5.8 frames per second on the 110 HS model). The Canon PowerShot ELPH 520 HS camera will be available in black, silver, red and blue in March with an estimated selling price of $299.99. The Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS camera is scheduled to be available in February with an estimated selling price of $249.99.

Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS Camera Reviews Roundup


Digital Camera Info - Oct 11 2012
"For years, Canon has ruled the cheap compact camera market. Their A- and ELPH-series models have long been paragons of affordable prices and decent image quality, and it seemed like they'd be comfortable in their throne for years to come. But recent changes in the industry--from the rapid improvement of smartphone cameras to the outlandish specs of today's..." More »
75out of 100
Camera Labs - Aug 20 2012
"The Canon ELPH 110 HS / IXUS 125 HS is, until Canon retires the 100 HS / 115 HS, one step up from the entry level model. With a 16.1 Megapixel sensor, 5x stabilised optical zoom, and 3 inch LCD screen it's a sylish and capable compact. It also has a 1080p24 best quality video mode with Super Slow motion and other effects modes. A range of novice-friend..." More »
83out of 100
digitalcameraHQ - Jul 19 2012
"Images from the 110 HS are vibrant and saturated without looking overly processed. In a wide range of shooting situations, from bright sunlit days to the darkness of a concert, the 110 HS was astoundingly consistent in its representation of a scene. Unlike many point and shoots, which may force you to take and then retake a photograph after fiddling with se..." More »
80out of 100
Digital Camera Review - Apr 05 2012
"The 110 HS's 5x f2.7-f5.9 optical zoom provides a (35mm-equivalent) range of 24mm-120mm and is the same wide-angle to a short telephoto optic that graced its predecessor. Compact zoom lenses generally start at around (the equivalent of) 28mm, so a true wide angle (great for group shots in tight indoor venues and also for expansive landscapes) point of view..." More »
70out of 100
ePhotoZine - Apr 03 2012
"Noise is quite low at ISO100 and increases at ISO200 and ISO400. At ISO800 noise increases and detail is lost. Colour is strong and it's not until ISO1600 until colour saturation drops. Noise at ISO1600 is high, but images should still be usable when resized. ISO3200 is best avoided if possible with high noise levels and more colour loss. Under tungsten lig..." More »
70out of 100
Photography BLOG - Mar 23 2012
"The Canon IXUS 125 HS ticks the boxes for anyone wanting a good-looking, slim, metal-bodied compact that packs in all the essentials. These include that regulation issue 16 megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, Full HD video with mono sound, a smattering of effects filters (including the tilt and shift lens apeing miniature), plus HDMI output, though the requi..." More »
70out of 100
CNET US - Mar 21 2012
"Overall photo quality is very good to excellent for this class of camera. Yes, its 16-megapixel resolution is more about marketing than better photos, but unless you're a pixel peeper, you should be satisfied with the ELPH 110 HS' results. Its photos are best suited for Web use and prints up to 8x10, though under the right conditions prints as large as 13x1..." More »
70out of 100
TechRadar - Mar 16 2012
"The Canon IXUS 125 HS's image quality is very good, especially given that cramming so many pixels onto a small sensor could have potential pitfalls. These are successfully minimised by the HS system and Digic 5 processing engine, which succeed in the goal of producing high image quality in difficult conditions. Canon's efforts aren't quite perfect, how..." More »
80out of 100
Pocket-lint - Mar 14 2012
"As we found with the equally new IXUS 500 HS, capture timings are pretty much what you'd expect from a pocket camera. There's the very briefest of pauses while the 125 adjusts focus and exposure with a half squeeze of the shutter release button, AF point/s highlighted in green with a beep of confirmation, then, following a full press, a wait of around three..." More »
60out of 100

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