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Canon PowerShot SD110
Canon PowerShot SD110

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Canon PowerShot SD110

Editor's Review

The ultra compact Canon PowerShot SD110 is the smallest of Canon's acclaimed Digital ELPH series of cameras. Unlike other digital ELPHs, the PowerShot SD110 uses a Secure Digital memory card, enabling Canon to house the SD110 in a slightly smaller body than other ELPH cameras. Despite its small size, the SD110 offers 3.2 megapixel resolution, 2x optical zoom and the ability to take videos with sound.


  • 3.2 megapixels (effective)
  • 2x optical zoom/3.2x digital zoom
  • autofocus only
  • program exposure only
  • JPEG file format
  • ISO range 50-400
  • proprietary Lithium-Ion battery
  • movie mode with sound
  • Release Date: Feb 10, 2004

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Canon PowerShot SD110 Reviews

Canon PowerShot SD110 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 4.0 out of 5
my images are all dark!! (king — 05/14/2007)

can somebody help me detect the fault of my piece?
I am having all dark images when i shot

  • 4.0 out of 5
Can't do without it. (John — 01/22/2007)

I keep this camera with me at all times. I travel a lot and have taken faulous pictures the world over. Thanks for a wonderful product.

  • 5.0 out of 5
best camera (Asad — 12/03/2006)

has never let me down. it's perfect.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Memories to share (anonymous — 07/18/2006)
This little camera kicks. If you are reading this then chances are you are thinking about buying it. Do it! It's exactly the size of a cigarette pack (I have a feeling this wasn't a coincidence) so you slap it in your pocket and snap away. One bad thing is that the silver finish on the corners wear off. This happens with anything you put in and out of your pocket, so a nice neoprene case is a good investment...if you care about that. If you're a casual pic hunter this camera is perfect for you. Plus, if you don't like it you can always sell it on ebay.
  • 5.0 out of 5
Great for a first digital camera (anonymous — 07/18/2006)
I got this camera about 8 months ago and it's been great for the price. I gave this 5 stars assuming you're looking for something for a beginner. This is an excellent point-and-shoot camera. You don't have total control over EVERY setting on the camera, but you can customize white balance, ISO speed, sharpness, image size, and shutter speed (you can have it open up to 15 seconds). It even has a setting that allows you to hold down the button and take consecutive shots at just over 1 shot per second. The image quality on the camera is very good and at maximum resolution I had an 8x10 of a picture I took made and it looked great. My mother didn't believe I had taken the picture myself when I gave it to her as a birthday present. With a 128 MB card, you can easily take 76 pictures at full resolution and sharpness. Bump the resolution a step-down and you can fit around 200 on the same card. I've gone on trips where I've changed resolutions based on how important the pictures were and come home with 150+ photos on the card. Great camera for going on trips. In short, I would highly recommend this camera if you want a good point-and-shoot easy-to-use and not very expensive camera. If you're more of a professional though, I'd recommend spending an extra couple hundred dollars. I know that after using this camera, I've come to enjoy taking pictures more and now I've got my eye on a Powershot G6 as my next camera.