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Canon Powershot Sx110is 9mp Digital Camera With 10x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom (Black)

canon powershot sx110is 9mp digital camera with 10x optical image stabilized zoom black

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)

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 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. 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. 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. 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.

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

Brand : Canon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Rating : 4
Review Count : 452
Auto Focus Technology : Single, Live View, Contrast Detection
Photo Sensor Size : 1/2.3-inch
Photo Sensor Technology : CCD
Effective Still Resolution : 9 MP
Video Capture Resolution : 480p
Model Name : Canon Powershot SX110IS
Model Number : SX110IS Black
Best Sellers Rank : #277,361 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,823 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras
Color : Black
Included Components : Battery
Expanded ISO Maximum : 1600
Lens Type : fixed
Optical Zoom : 10
Compatible Mountings : Canon
Screen Size : 3 Inches
Batteries Required? : No
Number of Batteries : 2 AA batteries required.
Are Batteries Included : No
Rechargeable Battery Included : No
Battery Cell Composition : Lithium Ion
Battery Weight : 1 Grams
Target Gender : Unisex
Connectivity Technology : USB
Continuous Shooting Speed : 0.7
Special Feature : Waterproof
Skill Level : Professional
Form Factor : Compact
Hardware Interface : SDHC
Display Resolution Maximum : 230,000
White balance settings : Auto, Flash use
JPEG quality level : Fine
Image Stabilization : Optical
Display Fixture Type : Fixed
Item Dimensions LxWxH : 4.37 x 1.77 x 2.8 inches
Item Weight : 0.63 Pounds
Zoom Type : Optical Zoom
Focus Type : Autofocus & Manual
Maximum Focal Length : 360 Millimeters
Minimum Focal Length : 36 Millimeters
Expanded ISO Minimum : 80
Metering Description : Multi, Center-weighted, Spot
Shooting Modes : Movie, Landscape, Snow, Portrait, Kids & Pets, Sunset, Night Snapshot, Beach, Aquarium, Foliage, Night Scene, Indoor, Fireworks, Automatic
Battery Description : Nickel Metal Hydride
Flash Memory Type : SD/SDHC/MMC card
Memory Storage Capacity : 32 MB
Water Resistance Level : Not Water Resistant
Max Shutter Speed : 1/2500 seconds
Min Shutter Speed : 15 seconds
Digital Zoom : 4
Autofocus Points : 9
Exposure Control Type : Automatic
Light Sensitivity : ISO 1600, ISO 80, ISO 200, ISO 100, ISO 400, ISO 800

canon powershot sx110is 9mp digital camera with 10x optical image stabilized zoom black
canon powershot sx110is 9mp digital camera with 10x optical image stabilized zoom black
canon powershot sx110is 9mp digital camera with 10x optical image stabilized zoom black

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

  • Just came back from 9 week backpacking trip in Asia. I usually use a Canon DSLR, but could not bring my SLR due to size, weight, worrying about its safety all the time, attracting too much attention, etc.However, if you\'re an SLR user like me, you miss all the professional functionality, versatility and most of all, zoom range when you settle for most point-and-shoot (PAS) cameras.The SX110 IS was my dream come true. The 10x optical zoom makes all the difference... in 35mm terms you have a max focal length of 360mm -- like carrying a massive zoom lens on an SLR. Can\'t count how many beautiful shots would have been impossible if I had been using an 5x zoom or less.Pros:- full creative modes (Av, TV, Manual, exposure adjustments) that are actually faster to adjust than my SLR, no fake \"Manual\" modes that lots of PAS\'s have, which are anything but Manual- (it\'s still got all the scene modes, e.g. Landscape, Action, Portrait, etc. and most of the common ones are on the main dial so you don\'t have to cycle through them onscreen to get them quickly if you\'re not comfortable with the creative modes)- lots of white balance options- you manually flip-up the flash, only when you want to use it... I hate it when cameras automatically decide for me when to pop-up and use the flash (or you have to cycle through the flash buttons to get control of them) ... I know whether I want flash or not dammit... also you can adjust the flash intensity (great for using light flash on daytime shots in the shade)- massive and beautiful 3-inch LCD- form factor... compared to others in its class, i.e. PAS\'s that have great zoom and full creative modes, this was the smallest -- it actually fits in your pocket (bizarrely I\'ve seen a bunch of reviews that say it\'s too big for your pocket -- not true at all as long as you\'re not wearing ridiculously tight pants), unlike those PAS\'s (including a lot of Canons) that are, to me, in no-man\'s-land because they\'re too big for a PAS and too small, not enough lens quality and w/o lens interchangeability to be a SLR- has a jog dial! (like SLRs have)... so great, and not that many PAS\'s have it. Let\'s you very quickly review/search through tons of photos, and quickly change shooting parameters like ISO, aperture, shutter speed, instead of pushing pushing pushing buttons to get what you want- the awesome Canon user interface -- I have tried all different brands and Canon is the best hands down- image stabilization seemed to work pretty wellCons:Big Cons - I do not like the AA battery as power source. This camera chews up AA batteries like no other... on one day when I took about 250+ pictures I went through 8 AA batteries. Granted: I probably should have bought a rechargeable AA system before I left, never tried that and also, the batteries for sale in Asia are cheap but they are absolute crap (even Western brands, although they were probably knockoffs). The high-quality $12 lithium AA\'s I bought in the US before I left lasted much longer, but still not that long.- the flash has to sit there and get recharged by the batteries before you can shoot again. My guess is it takes about 3-5 seconds, which is an eternity when you\'re asking people to hold a pose or you\'ve got a fleeting chance at a great photo opp... this actually caused me to miss a few good shots- video -- you cannot zoom in or out once you start filming! I have no idea why not. Also, the video quality options are that of cameras from a few years ago.. can\'t shoot in HD, and can\'t shoot at a super-high rate of frames per second like some tiny Elphs from years ago canSmall cons- can\'t shoot in RAW -- won\'t bother most people since most people just shoot JPGs but I will be moving to RAW soon- a bit slow to focus, I have definitely seen better in lots of PAS cameras- face detection was not as good as some other PAS\'s I\'ve seen -- slow to recognize faces if it even recognized them at all -- although not a huge deal for me as I never rely on face detection to focus- in the display review, there are four displays to cycle through -- the 4th is a \"focus check\" which zooms on the center of the photo (or face if detected). It\'s pointless -- it does nothing more than what you do anyway to check focus when you do a standard review, you zoom in using the zoom buttons and move around the picture to see what you want to check -- except it adds extra cumbersome steps. Canon should get rid of this -- all I want when I cycle through review display modes is the 3rd display -- to check the histogram and see what the camera chose if I\'m not in full Manual (i.e. what ISO if I\'m using auto-ISO, what shutter speed if I\'m using aperture-priority, etc.)- would be nice to have an exposure bracketing feature, but this is something you almost never see on PAS\'s anywayAnyway, I gave this 5 stars, I couldn\'t have bought a better camera for my trip, but would have given it a 4.5 if possible due to the above issues... HOWEVER, I see now that Canon has already fixed some of this in a new model called the SX200 IS, which has rechargeable lithium ion battery, more megapixels, HD video and more zoom (although I believe this is deceiving since the 35mm equivalent is actually lower than the SX110, maybe the SX200 has a smaller sensor? Anyway the upside is you have a wider angle shot when not zoomed).In summary I highly recommend this camera.
  • I bought this camera to take with me to a concert I went to back in february. I knew that I was in the 6th row, so I needed a good zoom, and I needed something with fairly low noise at high ISOs because of the indoor lighting. I also needed something that was fairly low in price.After much searching I decided on this little gem of a camera, and boy am I glad I did!Some of the things I love about this camera:It\'s compact. I was looking at the sx10is which is a bit of an upgrade, but ultimately the compactness of the 110 won me over.It\'s inexpensive. At least as far as cameras go. I make very little money with my part time job, so I was looking for something that wouldn\'t break the bank and for about $[...] you can\'t argue with this.You can set most everything manually. This came in great handy at the concert when I needed a quicker shutter speed than the pre-set settings wanted to give me. I also like knowing that I can control the image instead of just pushing a button and hoping for the best.Beautiful 3in screen. Very lovely to use and very clear.Manual flash. I hate hate hate built in flash for anything other than when you\'re taking a quick snapshot of you and a friend at night, so this was very convenient for me. I could flip up the flash when I wanted it, and when I didn\'t it would stay down.Pretty nice in low lighting. At the concert there was very little light on stage so I cranked the ISO up to 800 and was happy with the amount of noise. It was still there, but it wasn\'t distracting like on some other cameras.Nice video quality. I wasn\'t sure of the video quality when I bought it and was hoping for the best at my concert where I know lots of videos get overwhelmed with the bass. Luckily, it didn\'t sound like a bomb was going off at every beat. The sound isn\'t as good (in my opinion) as the sx10, but it\'s still pretty good. The video is also pretty high quality.10x optical zoom. I. Love. This. The whole trip I took while seeing the concert was filled with me playing around with the zoom from our 9th story hotel room. There was a group of police officers talking with a man directly across the street from our hotel and you could literally read their name badges from how close it could zoom in.Now for some things that I don\'t like so much.First of all, the screen has no protection so it\'s easily scratched if it\'s not in a case whenever it\'s not being used. This is a turn off for me only because I\'m the kind of person who likes to throw stuff into my bag and be on my way without worrying about it getting scratched up, or having to worry about the bulkiness of a case. This is by no means a reason to not buy the camera as this problem is easily remedied by keeping the camera in a small case or using a screen protector.Next is that you can\'t use the optical zoom while taking movies. This bothers me because I really like to take video at concerts and it\'s a pain if you set the zoom wrong at the beginning of a video and can\'t change it throughout.On that note, it\'s also VERY easy to switch from \"standard\" video mode to \"compact\" mode. Compact mode is a considerably lower resolution than standard and is closer to the resolution on a camera phone than the much higher quality of the standard mode. This has happened to me on at least two occasions and I couldn\'t figure out how it was happening until too late. It can easily change if the wheel located near the right thumb is moved while the camera is in movie mode. This is the one flaw that is causing me to give the camera 4 stars instead of 5 (I\'m still bitter about the footage I lost because of it). This, however, can become a non problem if you\'re aware of how it can happen and how to fix it if it does happen.To wrap this up, the sx110is is an excellent camera if you want an awesome zoom, and good quality images on a budget. I will definitely continue to use this as a non DSLR concert/everyday camera far into the future!EDIT: I tried to leave some links to pictures and video I took with this camera, but apparently I can\'t do links in a review. If you\'d like to see pictures just search flickr for katiebean, for video search youtube for katiebean08.

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