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I never had the stated problem. A larger problem was that the lens wouldn't retract at all after a few months. I contacted Canon and they offered to sell me an upgrade. Alternately I could agree (and did) to return it to them for repairs for about $175.00 Only when I had agreed to do that and sent in the camera … see more I never had the stated problem. A larger problem was that the lens wouldn't retract at all after a few months. I contacted Canon and they offered to sell me an upgrade. Alternately I could agree (and did) to return it to them for repairs for about $175.00 Only when I had agreed to do that and sent in the camera did Canon advise me that the problem was a manufacturing defect, one affecting many users. They then, and only then, repaired the camera without charge. I found their actions duplicitous and will never buy a Canon product again. More information is available on http://techexperience.net/go/canon/ see less I never had the stated problem. A larger problem was that the lens wouldn't retract at all after a few months. I contacted Canon and they offered to sell me an upgrade. Alternately I could agree (and did) to return it to them for repairs for about $175.00 Only when I had agreed to do that and sent in the camera did Canon advise me that the problem was a manufacturing defect, one affecting many users. They then, and only then, repaired the camera without charge. I found their actions duplicitous and will never buy a Canon product again. More information is available on http://techexperience.net/go/canon/
By Amazon Customer on May 29, 2016
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Everything is included EXCEPT the memory card.
By Maj C. Henderson on July 29, 2012
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You can find some rumors about dates here: http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=8438.0
And given that the RX100 costs 40% more than the S100, I'm not sure comparing them makes any real sense.

By VermontGuy on September 7, 2012
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I've tried both and for me the extra $100 is beyond well worth it. S100 has much better low light performance and overall picture quality(although 110HS is very good). Video looks substantially better to me as well. The S100 is truly at another level in so many aspects. The 110HS is extremely impressive for it's low pr… see more I've tried both and for me the extra $100 is beyond well worth it. S100 has much better low light performance and overall picture quality(although 110HS is very good). Video looks substantially better to me as well. The S100 is truly at another level in so many aspects. The 110HS is extremely impressive for it's low price and has to be one of the best at that price range but if you have the extra money to spend you won't regret moving to the S100(assuming you don't get the dreaded lens error). see less I've tried both and for me the extra $100 is beyond well worth it. S100 has much better low light performance and overall picture quality(although 110HS is very good). Video looks substantially better to me as well. The S100 is truly at another level in so many aspects. The 110HS is extremely impressive for it's low price and has to be one of the best at that price range but if you have the extra money to spend you won't regret moving to the S100(assuming you don't get the dreaded lens error).
By T. J. on November 29, 2012
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Increase the shutter speed by either (or both) using the flash or increasing the ISO. Increasing the ISO, according to David Peterson of DigitalPhotoSecrets means the sensor is more sensitive and so less light is needed to take the image.
By Presko on December 31, 2012
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Absolutely. That is what I have - 2 year old Macbook Pro, Mavericks OS
By C. Trowbridge on January 9, 2014
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One year from date of purchase. Canon has been good about fixing things past warranty if it is a defect over a large sample of cameras. The old Powershot S1is had a batch of bad CCD sensors from sony. I owned one, and the
co worker I sold it to, had it repaired at no charge 5 years later.

By J. P. Dodson on April 17, 2013
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No, it does not. It has auto focus function.
By Andy on November 13, 2013
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Really good
By Antonio Correa - Maria Ruiz on December 16, 2016