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Canon Powershot SX110IS 9MP Digital Camera with 10x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom (Black)

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  • 9-megapixel image sensor for large photo-quality prints
  • 10x optical image-stabilized zoom (35mm film equivalent: 36-360mm)
  • DIGIC III Image Processor with Genuine Canon Face Detection
  • 3.0-inch LCD screen; Motion Detection technology and Red-eye Correction
  • Powered by AA batteries; capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)
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Technical Details

Color: Black
  • Brand Name: Canon
  • Model: SX110IS Black
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 9 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CCD
  • Optical zoom: 10 x
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 2.8 x 1.8 inches ; 8.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EQ4C8U
  • Item model number: SX110IS Black
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (386 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,172 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 26, 2008

Product Description

Color: Black

From the Manufacturer

From a 10x optical zoom lens to advanced Canon technology that automatically gives you the best shot, the 9.0-megapixel PowerShot SX110 IS packs impressive value. Advanced Face Detection Technology automatically sets focus, exposure, flash and white balance for beautiful portraits and group shots. Sharp, steady close-ups are easy with the powerful zoom and Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer Technology. The slim and modern-looking SX110 IS is sized to go everywhere, and you’ll never miss a detail with the big, bright LCD screen.

PowerShot SX110IS Highlights

Canon PowerShot SX110 IS digital camera highlights
10x optical zoom in action
Zoom in for sharp, steady close-ups with Canon’s 10x Optical Zoom lens
The PowerShot SX110 IS has a 10x optical zoom lens that makes it easy to get the inspiring, emotive close-ups that will make your images lasting keepsakes. This magnificent lens gives you the power to shoot distant subjects with razor-sharp precision and stunning lifelike color. So you can brilliantly capture a bird high atop a tree, a child’s winning goal from across the stadium or a school play from the last row. Plus, thanks to Canon’s highly sophisticated Optical Image Stabilizer Technology, even at maximum zoom, every image is rock steady.

The PowerShot SX110 IS is equipped with Canon’s acclaimed Optical Image Stabilizer Technology that automatically detects and corrects camera shake -- one of the leading causes of fuzzy or blurred shots. Even when zoomed in, you can get the steady, crisp, brilliant images you’ll be proud to shoot and share. And Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer Technology is convenient to use. It functions perfectly with or without a flash.

Canon PowerShot SX110 IS digital camera highlights
DIGIC III Image Processor with Genuine Canon Face Detection AF/AE/FE/WB
With DIGIC III, your images boast superior quality, the camera operates at top efficiency and battery life is enhanced. What’s more, DIGIC III enables Canon’s Face Detection, Motion Detection Technologies and Red-eye Correction to give you better, more true-to-life people shots. Simply press the shutter button halfway down, and the camera automatically pinpoints the faces in the scene and chooses the ideal focus point. The camera controls exposure settings and flash to keep every face looking bright and natural. The camera also selects and sets the optimal exposure and ISO settings automatically to keep everything looking sharp and clear. Red-eye Correction can be handled in-camera, in two ways. The Red-eye Correction during shooting uses the Face Detection Technology to recognize and remove red-eye from images as they're taken, before the file is written to the memory card. It's also possible to correct red-eye during image playback, using simple settings in the SX110 IS's menu.

iSAPS Technology is an entirely original scene-recognition technology developed for digital cameras by Canon. Using an internal database of thousands of different photos, iSAPS works with the fast DIGIC III Image Processor to improve focus speed and accuracy, as well as exposure and white balance.

Canon PowerShot SX110 IS digital camera highlights
Capture great shots with Face Detection AF/AE/FE
DIGIC III features Face Detection Technologies, giving you the best possible results in any shooting situation. Face Detection AF/AE sets the focus point and exposure for the faces of your subjects. Face Detection FE adjusts the flash to correctly illuminate your subject to provide the best balance between your subject and the overall scene, eliminating the common problems of over and underexposed faces. Face Detection WB means the camera concentrates upon faces when calculating white balance for the best possible skin tones. Face Select and Track lets you highlight one face among several in a scene, and the camera concentrates on that person, even as they move around the scene. Face Detection Technology is a powerful contributing factor in Canon's Motion Detection Technology. Simply press the Face Selector Button, then the selected face is double-framed and tracked when the face moves in the frame.

Motion Detection Technology works in the background to instantly evaluate how fast your subject is moving. It automatically selects and sets the optimal exposure and ISO settings to keep everything looking sharp and clear. This feature provides higher ISOs when you need it for action-stopping shutter speeds. But when no movement is detected, it sets lower ISOs for excellent color and detail. Life doesn’t give you second chances to capture special times. That’s why the PowerShot SX110 IS features ISO 1600 and High ISO Auto settings that reduce the effects of camera shake and sharpen subjects in low-light situations, giving you greater shooting flexibility.

Red-eye Correction provides three options for removing red-eye from subjects in flash pictures.
1) The Red-eye Correction during shooting actually identifies and corrects red-eye in human subjects as pictures are taken.
2) The SX110 IS can be set to automatically detect and correct red-eye during image playback.
3) You can manually locate any red eyes in a scene during image playback on the LCD screen, and command the camera to remove them.


Canon PowerShot SX110 IS digital camera highlights
Slim, modern shape and a big LCD
Take your camera everywhere with this new slim design and large, bright 3.0-inch LCD. You’ll want to have your PowerShot SX110 IS with you wherever you go, and a slim new design makes it easy. Subtly rounded for an easy grip, the camera exudes modern elegance and simplicity. The back panel’s neat, intuitive interface includes a luxuriously big 3.0-inch LCD screen. And the LCD screen’s quality is as impressive as its size: you’ll get an exceptionally clear, bright view of all your shots, and enjoy a conveniently wide viewing angle for showing off your pictures to friends and family.

AA batteries for power anywhere
Conveniently, you don’t need to worry about running out or recharging of batteries. Since AA-size batteries can be purchased at any store, simply get new ones locally -- no special power adapters or chargers are needed wherever you go.

A wide range of shooting modes to capture anything Now you’re free to concentrate on what really counts -- your subject. With the large simple-to-operate Mode Dial, all you have to do is turn to the setting that best matches the scene you’re viewing through the lens. The PowerShot SX110 IS does the rest. It chooses the perfect exposure, aperture and flash. Or if you want to flex your creative muscles, choose Manual Control and do it all yourself. You’ve got Special Scenes Modes to handle a wide range of common shooting situations -- effortlessly.

With 20 Shooting Modes including 8 Special Scene Modes, you’re ready for whatever shot comes your way.

The Complete Print Solution
The PowerShot SX110 IS's Print/Share button makes direct printing easier than ever. Simply connect the SX110 IS to a Canon PIXMA Photo Printer or SELPHY Compact Photo Printer or any PictBridge compatible photo printer, press the lighted Print/Share button and print! Also use the Print/Share button to transfer images to a computer (Windows and Macintosh).

Print your own ID photos in up to 28 different sizes or use the Movie Print function to output multiple stills from a recorded movie on a single sheet with a Canon SELPHY Compact Photo Printer.

Product Description

From a 10x optical zoom lens to advanced Canon technology that automatically gives you the best shot, the 9.0-megapixel PowerShot SX110 IS packs impressive value. Advanced Face Detection Technology automatically sets focus, exposure, flash and white balance for beautiful portraits and group shots. Sharp, steady close-ups are easy with the powerful zoom and Canon's Optical Image Stabilizer Technology. The slim and modern-looking SX110 IS is sized to go everywhere, and you'll never miss a detail with the big, bright LCD screen.

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Customer Reviews

We could not get through a single day of moderate use without going through 4 or even 6 new batteries. The camera works fine and the quality of the pictures is good. If you… Read more ›
I have used 35mm cameras years before purchasing this digital…The quality of the photos is very good, in addition, I upgraded the memory and now can take some nice videos. Read more ›
It's every thing I could ask for, it will tacke me a will to learn all of its…I've used it at several family functions, when I used it correctly the results were great. I… Read more ›
I purchased this camera before a big trip and only had a short period of time to…I found it great to work with, the zoom is fabulous and the pictures are crisp and clear. Read more ›
I bought this camera a month back... picture resolution is really good and optical zoom of 10x is what I was looking for in a small camera.. I could capture few nice images… Read more ›
It's not an ultracompact, but the trade-off is you also get the 10x optical zoom. Image quality is very good, especially in bright light outdoors. Overall very good camera… Read more ›
This is the best camera I have ever owned. The zoom lens works wonderfully. I am involved in a lot of organizations and evertime cameras come out for group pictures… Read more ›
I literally…Zoom is unbelievable, other people with thousand dollar cameras were all wanting copies of my pictures cause they were closer and clearer than any of theirs. Read more ›
Great auto features so you never miss that perfect moment. The zoom is amazing! Read more ›
I have had this camera for about 9 months now, and have almost no complaints. It takes clear photos, is easy to use, and the zoom is lovely. The only downside that I have… Read more ›
I have had great luck with this, zooms good and when you push the botton, it takes the picture, no delay. The zoom, is good. I'm sure there are bertter cameras out there,… Read more ›
We have enjoyed our Canon although the menu is not so user friendly...a bit complicated at first but…The optical zoom is very good and the 9 megapixels are just right. W… Read more ›
This camera has alot of features and settings you can adjust which might seem a little…The menu is clear and I like how you can view everything (settings) on the screen. Read more ›
I have cropped and enlarged several to 8"x10" and they are stunning. The controls are logical and easy to use. The camera feels good in your hands. Read more ›
The focussing and exposure decisions that it makes are usually very good and pretty fast, controls are in good positions, picture quality and color quality are high, and… Read more ›
I look forward to understanding the manual controls. Also, the playback features are much improved over our previous Canon. Read more ›
The features are great for the price--especially the 10x zoom. I initially liked the cameras a lot, and I would have written off one failure as bad luck. Read more ›
I think this a great camera for a photo enthusiast who doesn't want to deal with a bulky DSLR. The 10x zoom is great and the manual controls are great as well. My only… Read more ›
I've had this camera for about a year and it is a great camera! It's easy to use and has all of the functions that any amateur photographer would need. Read more ›
We took several road trips since we purchased the camera and have hundreds of pictures of our trips. It is easy to use. We would recommend this camera to others. Read more ›
Easy to use camera makes great pictures. Unfortunately, the flash is not automatic and has to be flipped up manually. Read more ›
This camera takes beautiful photos and is so easy to use. Batteries last a long time. Read more ›
It also took great pictures even in the low light conditions and…The manual functions are a lot better to use than the auto focus, which I loved because it was easy to use. Read more ›
This is a very nice camera with a decent zoom and pretty easy to use features but it is S-L-O-W. Next picture delay is several seconds in excellent lighting situations,… Read more ›
It is easy to use and all of the settings are intuitive, once you…The LCD screen is bright; we were concerned about not having a viewfinder but this has not been a problem. Read more ›
And the new memory card yields over 4,000 images on an 8G card. The big 3" LCD display is nice too. All in all, it really is a great camera, I'm enjoying it. Read more ›
As intuitive as possible and this one fits perfectly. The oversized screen is terrific and the easy knob for selecting types of picture is quick and convenient. I use my… Read more ›
A great camera for the price! I'm still getting used to no viewfinder, but the large 3" display is very nice. It has virtually every setting my SLR 35 mm camera's had. Read more ›
The only con I can think of is the medium-low battery life due to the really large LCD screen, which is awesome btw. Just buy a couple of pairs of extra rechargeable… Read more ›
the zoom on this thing is amazing. the viewing screen is huge! I love everything about this camera. Read more ›
The manual is really easy to understand and the pictures I have taken come out better than any other camera I have used. The price was good and I am very pleased I bought it. Read more ›
Canon is an excellent digital camera compared to all the others I have owned. This camera for the price is an excellent choice. We love the features and quality. Read more ›
Price was excellent. I first purchased this at Best Buy for $249.99. Read more ›
So, at this point I would recommend the camera with re: to size, picture quality, optical zoom options and image stabilization. The price point is very reasonable. Read more ›
All in all, a great buy (and even the price tag was a nice surprise). You won't be sorry. Read more ›
It is easy to use and handle. Great price! Read more ›
The image stabilization works very well. The flash is decent for a compact camera. Read more ›
Picture quality is good. Flash is powerful for taking photos in dark. Read more ›
The camera is vey sleek and compact and the 10x zoom is alot better than a 4x zoom on point and shoots that are around $200. The flip-up flash is both good and bad. You… Read more ›
If I had any complaints about the camera it is that the time between taking pictures seems to be longer than on other cameras, but the pop up flash is a huge bonus and… Read more ›
Away from the great outdoors, the flash combines well with the dynamic ISO seting, and allows good head shots across the dance floor at parties. Oh, and the usual thing… Read more ›
Pros: Very large LCD screen, large viewing range, 9MP, Great auto focus and a great pop up flash. It's a 'meaty' camera. Read more ›
I LOVE THIS CAMERA!! The pictures rival my canon SLR Rebel and the video is wonderful in low light even and the 10x zoom is perfect there are many detailed reviews here… Read more ›
The video quality is excellent as well, and at 30 fps rivals the quality of my digital video camcorder (also a Canon). Be sure to get a high capacity, high speed SD card as… Read more ›
LCD screen is great! Videos are of excellent quality. Both inside & outside pictures are also of great quality. Read more ›
I have been looking for a camera with a good 10x optical zoom lens that still fits in my pocket or daypack and…The photos so far look great and the video works great too. Read more ›
This camera is the best value I was able to find for the features and I've been really impressed with the quality of the prints…The video is awesome, even on a 52" plasma. Read more ›
Things I liked: - Video mode takes nice videos for computer use (youtube, facebook etc.) I am not sure how they look on a regular TV. Read more ›
The zoom is great, makes distance pictures look closeup. The colors are really bright and crisp. Have switched to E-2 Lithium batteries, they last a lot longer than the… Read more ›
I paid two Benjamins for it new and have taken a couple thousand photos already. The colors are brilliant and popping, but realistic. Like I said, with good light, you… Read more ›
The 3" LCD is clear as a bell. Colors are sharp and they stay that way in the pictures. In order to defeat the automatic white balance correction, you have scene selectors… Read more ›
My friends with DSLRs have trouble getting as good of pictures as I do because of my…The picture quality is also perfect and the colors are all so bright and vibrant. I… Read more ›
I've heard people say they forget to lower it, but I can't imagine having this problem: it's staring you in the face! 4. Takes great pictures with wonderful color! 5.… Read more ›
Very comfortable in your hand. 5. Terrific maintenance of colors. Got exceptional color quality in bright sunlight. Read more ›
I compared this with a Nikon and another Sony and it seemed to have the best balance between…Picture quality is flawless, digital 'face finding' focusing is pretty cool. Read more ›
I find it very easy to get exactly what I'm looking for in a shot. The manual focus is great, with the little focus box like a 35mm lens. I like the manual flip-up flash, too. Read more ›
This is a significant upgrade over my old Canon…Autofocus is faster, shutter speed is faster, the zoom rocks, and the large LCD screen is handy for scrutinizing your shots. Read more ›
I have been able to click good photos of mountains that are anywhere between 10-30 miles from the point of clicking, while zooming on objects close by…- Focusing is good. Read more ›
I researched several others, but this had all the features I wanted, and many I'll never use. So far it is easy to use, has great zoom and focus, and great picture quality. I… Read more ›
The photos are wonderful! The colors are great and it is easy to focus, for sharp images. I get loads of compliments on the photos. Read more ›
Battery life was great and exceeded my expectations. Read more ›
The large display is fine and usable in full sun. Battery life is good and it accepts AA rechargables that I like better than the flat batteries. While these batteries make… Read more ›
-The…-The battery life is very good - I had initially thought that the battery comsumption would be too high, with only 2 batteries (my previous Canon used 4 batteries) -… Read more ›
Well, the battery situation was annoying, but not unmanagable. The real problem, the one that made me rate the camera three-stars, rather than four or five, came later on. Read more ›
I leave the batteries in the camera…Everybody will solve the "dead battery" syndrome by switching to a good rechargeable battery and I would recommend the Sony Eneloops. Read more ›
Those are my only real…The time between charged flashes is shorter with a well charged battery, and the pictures are good, even in low light or less than ideal conditions. Read more ›
Without a viewfinder some brighter lighting conditions make it harder to see what you are shooting but more frequently it is not a problem. The telephoto lens is great. Read more ›
The pictures are great and true to color. The 10x optical lens is fantastic for close up shots or just to zoom in on facial expressions of kids. Hands down the best camera… Read more ›
The camera has a great zoom lens. It does a pretty good job in low light. Read more ›
* AA batteries: you never have to worry about running out of juice. * 10X zoom, with a decent lens. * Small size, for a super-zoom. Read more ›
T…It has a powerful zoom lens, good macro setting, good battery life, intuitive controls, and extensive manual settings - including focus, ISO, aperture, light balance, etc. Read more ›
It retired the DSLR for all home/fun related shooting. It is study, offers decent quality, great lens, superb stabilization and absolutely best exposure! It is easy to… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This camera marries some of the best features of the Canon S series like zoom and manual flash with the convenience of the A series. This camera is an upgrade of the SX100 and feels much more sleeker than the previous model.

Here is my take on the camera:

Strengths:
- 9MP CCD sensor with DigicIII processor, the CCD sensor is 1/2.3 inch which is bigger than the most SD series cameras resulting in better pictures
- Controls are intuitive and a separate replay start button on the back gives you the flexibility to switch on the camera for playback without extending the lens
- Feels good in the hands, battery compartment gives the camera a better grip, DSLR like black color
- Huge 3" LCD scratch resistant screen makes composing shots easy
- Great 10X optical zoom and 40X digital zoom
- Flash can be flipped up or down as needed, this camera also offers 3 manual flash settings which really helps with portraits
- Sharp pictures - Daylight pictures are excellent and zoom is great for capturing landscapes
- Many modes to shoot - night mode, portrait, landscape, kids and pets, indoors, special scene modes (fireworks, aquarium, foliage, snow, beach etc.) and custom colors too
- 2 extra buttons at the back for changing exposure in 1/3 stops and also adjust for face detection
- Macro mode results in stunning close-ups with outstanding level of detail
- Uses 2 AA batteries, can take 300-400 pics with one set of rechargeable NiMHs and if you run out of battery they are universally available

Limitations:
- Size and bulk makes it inconvenient to carry at all times, this will probably become your vacation/ special occasion camera.
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367 of 374 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T on December 21, 2008
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I searched for along time for this kind of camera. (in the $200 range) I was drawn by the 10x zoom and Optical Image Stabilization(IS). (both work great and are very nice to have!) After using it for a few weeks, I have had mixed results. Before you read on, understand that I also shoot with a canon xti, often with a $300 50mm lens on it, so I think my standards might be a little higher than the average user. With that said, here is what I think:

When you shoot in auto mode, the ISO it chooses (ISO 200) will not be as clear as the camera is capable of. Thus I find you have to use a Program (P) mode and set it to ISO 80 to get better reduced-noise pictures. Otherwise pictures can be grainy. The pictures are poor at ISO higher than 200.

Focusing is a bit slow in low light, and unless you can balance the camera on something steady, and your subject is not moving, you will need to use the flash. As I have read it on reviews on its predecessor Canon sx100, the recycle time on the flash is somewhat annoying. You will have to wait a good 5-6 seconds before you can ready up for another shot. This is a drag when you have people who are posing, or for a subject that is passing you by, like at an evening parade. The flash is set "on" or "off" by manually raising the flash with your finger. No automatic pop-up. Not a problem for me as I don't like using flashes anyways, especially on this camera!!!

I think the video quality out of this camera is great, far better than what I got out of older Sony Cybershot models DSCW-50 and the DSCW-55. Note that you cannot optically zoom while shooting video; it will let you zoom digitally.

The upsides for this camera are many. The 3-inch screen is amazing.
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94 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Mayank Agnihotri on September 22, 2008
Color Name: Black
Was searching for a camera with an extended zoom and the resolution in the range of 8-10 MP. Caught hold of Canon SX 100 IS, but it vanished from the market before I could purchase it. Wanted a medium size camera so could not settle for Nikon P80/Canon S5 IS, because of its large size. Ordered Canon SX110 on the launch date itself with apprehensions about its features..but believe me, I am not dissapointed AT ALL.
Great manual controls for Aperture and Shutter speed make it a camera for Pros, while the Auto mode is wonderful for learning photographers. The zoom is great and the image stabilisation that the camera offers at the maximum zoom level (Even at 10x optical and 4x digital i.e 40x combined zoom) is awesome. The photos in low light during my recent trip to a hill station were good in the Night mode with lots of saturation of natural colours.
Face detection is also a good feature with the camera able to detect faces very very easily (I don't know how does it work, but it really works :-))
The Digital Zoom, unlike others cameras I have used, does not distort the image to a very large extent, thanks to the high resolution and the safety zoom features. I can upload photos to depict this.(I don't know how to do this in Amazon :-))
The battery life seemed ok only , as I was able to shoot around 200 shots with my Sony NiMH(2500mAH) bateries with flash. But the batteries are brand new and should gain more strength with a couple of charge-discharge cycles. But a spare set of batteries is always helpful.
I had a Nikon 5600 prior to this so wanted a middle size camera with extended zoom and manual controls, and glad to find SX 110 fit all my needs.
A thing that is missing is a Sports mode, which is a feature to shoot fast moving objects. I had this in my Nikon 5600, but could not yet find it on my SX110. Possibly the Manual controls for Aperture and Shutters could make this up for me. Still in the learning phase :-)
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