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Canon PowerShot S110

The PowerShot S110 is an advanced compact camera with full manual control, Wi-Fi connectivity and an f/2.0 lens.

17 September 2012

Pricing not available

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Samsung DM-S110

Outside of a new manufacturer, the Samsung DM-S110 doesn't offer original features for the Disney Mobile lineup. Yet it does bring good call quality and a bit of style.

23 August 2007

3 stars Editors' rating 23 August 2007

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Canon PowerShot S110

20 March 2013

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Canon EOS M, G15 and S110 sample photos

Check out some photos from Canon's latest compact and interchangeable lens camera ranges.

11 Images By 12 November 2012

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Canon speeds up, adds Wi-Fi for PowerShot S110

The Canon Powershot S110 offers some nice updates over its predecessor, the S100, including better autofocus performance, wireless connectivity, and a touch screen.

By 9 November 2012

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Canon PowerShot S110 photo samples

The S110's photos look good, but not appreciably better than the S100's.

7 Images By 9 November 2012

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W110

If you're after a camera which represents ease and automation without compromising image quality then the DSC-W110 is great value for money. Just don't expect much in the way of features.

24 September 2008

4 stars Editors' rating 24 September 2008

Typical price: $229.00

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PowerShot S110: Goodbye grip (pictures)

While Canon added a touch screen to the camera, it ditched the small grip that made it easier to hold.

6 Images By 20 September 2012

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Sony Handycam HDR-CX110

Its small size and attractive price might draw you to the Sony Handycam HDR-CX150 and CX110, but these bare-bones camcorders just barely delivers on the promise of HD quality.

4 May 2010

3 stars Editors' rating 4 May 2010

Pricing not available

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Sony Cyber-shot W510, W530, W560, T110, H70 and J10 shake a stick at CES

As the sun rises over Las Vegas, Sony has unveiled more compact cameras than we can shake a stick at. Seriously, we've shaken sticks at so many cameras we can barely lift our arms.

4 Images By 7 January 2011