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As on other recent Canon compacts this can now be done from the Func.

The S can also shoot at an accelerated frame rate which results in slow motion playback. Canon PowerShot Ssample video 1: Canon PowerShot Ssample video 2: The AF is steady during the zoom but the zoom itself, which reverts to single speed operation for movies, is a little jumpy to begin with before it settles down. Canon PowerShot Ssample video 3: Canon Canon PowerShot S110 Camera S video 4: I then panned up to the bar and back down to the coffee cup before returning to the bar a final time. Canon PowerShot Ssample video 5: At 5x speed I shot this scene for two and a half minutes, resulting in a 30 second clip. Video captured in p Full HD is breathtakingly vivid and realistic, and Canon's Fine Detail Movie Processing achieves beautiful videos with high resolution processing that records approximately 4x the amount of information during video shooting for even greater image clarity and sharp portrayal of even the most delicate of details.

You're free to use the full range of the zoom in movie mode, and sound is recorded in stereo. Enhanced Touch Panel Capabilities. Anyone familiar with today's touch screens will feel comfortable using the PowerShot S right away. Users can spread and pinch to change the magnification in playback, drag two fingers to switch display, use the easy interactive Touch Shutter, and quickly select camera settings.

Canon PowerShot S110

You can even adjust the panel's touch sensitivity to your liking. The menu accessed via a dedicated button beneath the compass switch is simple, logical and easy to navigate. The S provides a comprehensive selection of shooting modes including: Auto exposure with limited user input sensitivity, white balance, exposure compensation, etc.

Users select the aperture and the camera selects an appropriate shutter speed. Users select shutter speed and the camera selects an appropriate aperture.


Completing the top of the S is the Wi-Fi logo and activity lamp. The new wi-fi capabilities allow you to share images during playback via the Wireless button on the rear navigation pad.

Canon PowerShot S Digital Camera (Black) B B&H Photo

Simply enter a nickname for the camera and five more icons then appear, connecting the S to another camera, a smartphone, a computer, a printer and the internet respectively. Setup is relatively straight-forward for each scenario, although you'll need a basic understanding of the protocols involved. Note that you need to install the dedicated and free Canon CameraWindow app to connect the S to the world's most popular smartphone, or the Apple iPad, iPad 2 and fourth-generation iPod Touchor an Android device. The S's wi-fi functionality is also employed to tag your images with GPS data recorded by your smartphone latitude, longitude, altitude and shooting time via the Canon CameraWindow app, which effectively replaces a more coventional built-in GPS system. We actually prefer having GPS built-in to the camera rather than having to sync Canon PowerShot S110 Camera with an additional device, so in this regard the S doesn't compare well with rivals that offer this feature, although it does side-step the issue of negatively affecting battery life.

A half press of the shutter button and the Canon PowerShot S chooses a point of focus within a quarter of a second, AF point or points flashing in green accompanied by an affirmative 'beep'. Go on to take the shot and there's little if any discernible shutter delay, while full resolution JPEGS are written to inserted optional SD or SDHC card there's no internal memory provided to fall back on in just over a second, with RAW files - selectable in Program or one of the other four creative shooting modes - taking a mere fraction longer. With the integral flash housed and hidden to the far left of the top plate if gazing down on the camera Canon PowerShot S110 Camera, to the far right is a slightly raised shooting mode dial that's operated by the thumb.

Rigid to the touch, it clicks into place at each of its ten mode settings with a definite clicking action. There's alsoa slower rate of 4. The Canon PowerShot S110 Camera continuous shooting mode offers a still quite impressive shooting rate of 2. In the High Dynamic Range mode the S combines three separate images to greatly expand the dynamic range. The PowerShot S employs a Canon Megapixel CMOS sensor, which delivers state-of-the-art imaging performance and is optimized for use in compact cameras.

The S is a relatively gentle update of the S, with the guts of the camera - the lens, sensor and image processor - staying essentially the same. So it still  Sensor type‎: ‎CMOS.


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