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Canon PowerShot S110 Discussion
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Check out my s110 sample gallery. Day time testing:.

Http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Park/6727/s110-test.htm Night testing:.

Http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Park/6727/s110-test-2.htm I am looking forward to your view and analysis alike. Nick..

Comment #1

Excellent photos, nick. The pictures have convinced me to buy an s110. They almost even make me want to move to sydney. Will share pics when I get one...

Comment #2

Nick: Incredibly good work. Best I've ever seen with a 2.1 mpxl. Please, might it be possible for you to post the attribute information obtainable with Canon's AZ Browse software? I'm curious what settings the camera is using to get these lovely pix, especially the night shots. SSimon.....

Comment #3

Dang Nick!! those pics are sweeeet!!! I just ordered my 110, and after seeing these I am so excited! please share any tips on how you got such great resultsare all these just in "auto" mode? thanks. JG..

Comment #4

I love those pictures - especially the panoramic shot. Now, I can't wait to get my S110 delivered!..

Comment #5

Thank you guys. I am also amazed at the s110's abilities.

For the night shots, a tripod is a necessity. G1 owners also carry tripod for good night shoots. Use flash off or slow Synchro. Use self-timer instead of pushing the shutter button. The white balances directly viewable on LCD, so just select whichever one you like better from LCD viewing. Good s110 shots are almost all about the stability of the camera...

Comment #6

Canon S110 pictures. All taken handheld in manual mode. http://members5.clubphoto.com/sabesh333770/June_19th/ Any feedback is welcomed...

Comment #7

Hi, Sabesh, Thanks you for sharing your gallery. I like your shots very much. The TO@night shot is a little unsharp as I think. But from the image, it seems to me it was not caused by the unstability. Well, it's strange, but hard to figure out the reason. Nick..

Comment #8

Oh.. great pictures..

Thanks to let me know what can ixy110 take good picture.. for my opinion, a camera-digital or not- is most important for expressing the good color and sharpeness..

At this point, this color of ixy110 is more brilliant than ixy100..isn't?..

Comment #9

Thanks folks. Nick, I took the TO@night pic handheld with the slow-synchro flash mode. (Flash off results were even worse). I'm trying to take some night shots like yours, but find it hard to do without a tripod .. Maybe it's just impossible. Sabesh...

Comment #10

Hi inchon choi, I did own an S100 before I sold it and got the S110. You can see some S100 pics here: http://members5.clubphoto.com/sabesh333770/sabeshs_trip_to_vancouver/ The blues are a little un-natural with the S100. Also, the S110's images are a bit sharper than the S100's, I think. Cheers! Sabesh...

Comment #11

Hello I just purchased the s110 and I must say it is a very nice camera! I too have found it very difficult to take pictures at night. However normal daytime pictures have great color and sharpness. I have one question though, the camera gets fairly hot during use. Not enough to burn but it is very significant. Is this normal? Thanks..

Comment #12

For anyone who owns a S110 do you know if it is compatible with the IBM Microdrive?..

Comment #13

I own an S110, but they are not compatible with IBM Microdrives or Type II Compact Flash cards. Only Type I Compact Flash Cards can be used with this camera...

Comment #14

I had the same experience. (Refers to message #13)..

Comment #15

Very impressive shots, nick! all your daytime shots looked great! the flowers could use a little tweaking, though. I do not know what or how to do it, but I remember seeing sample shots from canon's website of a similar subject. canon claims that these were not software-modified in any way, and simply adjusted the manual settings. your flower picture was just a sharp as canon's, but the colors were a tad "off" in hue. but your night shots were breath-taking as well. are there any online tutorial sites that teach newbies some tips on (digital) photography? are you a pro photographer yourself? your pics certainly dont look amateur to me...

Comment #16

I took movie while holding my camera vertically.

So does anyone know how to rotate the movie clip upright?..

Comment #17

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