If you are in the market for a small compact camera, the Canon Powershot Elph series lineup offers a number of interesting choices. One of the more popular options is the new Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS, a compact camera that incorporates a 16 megapixel sensor combined with Canon’s DIGIC 5 image processing providing fast performance and up to 5.8 frames per second capture.
The Canon Powershot Elph 110HS compact camera features a 5x optical zoom lens that provides a focal range from 24-120mm in 35mm equivalent terms, ideal for group portraits or zooming in for a more candid portrait. Canon’s image stabilization technology is built-in to the lens providing for up to 3.5 stops compensation against camera shake.
The Canon Elph 110 HS also offers for the ability to record 1080p HD movies with stereo sound using the camera’s dedicated one-touch movie recording button. The Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS provides user friendly point and shoot type of operation and features a 3-inch LCD monitor for framing and reviewing your images and movies.
We have now had the opportunity to review the Canon PowerShot Elph 110 HS. To see how the camera performed, check out our Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS sample image gallery further below, along with the findings and conclusions from our review.
Canon Elph 110 HS Overview: The PowerShot Elph 110 HS offers a 5x ultra-wide (24mm to 120mm in 35mm terms) optical zoom lens with built-in optical image stabilizer technology. The extra wide coverage provided by the lens allows for more of a scene to be captured – from group portraits to panoramic landscapes.
The camera’s image stabilizer system uses sophisticated gyroscopic sensors to detect vertical and horizontal movements, then moves the lens accordingly to compensate, which aids in maintaining stability and focus when using the telephoto capabilities of the camera or under lower light conditions.
The Canon Elph 110 HS also offers dynamic optical image stabilizer technology which was initially developed for Canon video cameras. It is designed to produce steadier video footage by compensating for low frequency vibrations, such as camera shake generated when filming while walking.
The Elph 110 HS features Canon’s ZoomPlus technology which uses advanced digital image processing algorithms to take advantage of the high image resolution offered by the sensor and DIGIC 5 processor, maintaining an image quality far superior to that offered by standard digital zoom. ZoomPlus extends the reach of the zoom on the Elph 110 HS to 10x.
The Canon 110 HS incorporates a 16.1 megapixel sensor combined with Canon’s latest DIGIC 5 processor – delivering fast response times and natural colour reproduction. DIGIC 5 also takes care of difficult lighting conditions with i-Contrast – a technology which prevents highlight blowout, while retaining shadow detail.
The PowerShot Elph 110 HS includes an enhanced version of Canon’s ‘Smart Auto’ shooting mode. In Smart Auto mode the camera analyzes people, distance, brightness and colour in the scene, and then automatically selects one of 58 scene variables to optimize settings for the best results – freeing the user to concentrate on picture taking, while the camera takes care of the technical details. (Previous model took into account 32 variables)
Smart Auto also includes enhanced I-Contrast and Smart Flash Exposure, which ensure that brighter or darker areas are captured in sufficient detail in the final image by suppressing overexposed highlights and underexposed shadows.
The PowerShot 110 HS Digital Elph lets you record video in 1080p high definition (1920 x 1080 pixels) at 24 frames per second.
Framing and reviewing shots on the Elph 110 HS is simple too, thanks to a 3-inch 461K dot LCD screen with wide viewing angle and 5 levels of brightness adjustment.
The PowerShot Elph 110 HS also comes with the latest Face Detection Technology which recognizes up to 35 faces in a scene and automatically adjusts key focus and exposure settings to ensure everyone looks their best.
This technology includes Auto Redeye Correction, Face Detection AF/AE/FE, and Face Self-Timer – a feature that is great for group shots and self-portraits as the camera waits until it detects a new face in the frame before taking the shot.
New Face ID technology cleverly identifies and recognises up to 12 different faces, which have been previously registered in the camera by the user. When these faces are detected in frame, they are given focusing and exposure priority over other faces meaning users can ensure they are always in focus even in crowded group shots.
Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS Major Features:
• 16.1 Megapixel CCD
• 24mm wide, 5x zoom lens with optical and dynamic image stabilization
• 1080p HD movie recording with stereo sound. One touch movie recording button
• 3-inch 461 K PureColor LCD II
• HS System for enhanced image quality and low light performance
• Enhanced Smart Auto, Smart Flash Exposure modes
• Face Detection, Face Self-Timer, Auto Redeye Correction
• Motion Detection Technology Up to 3200 ISO
• DIGIC 5 Image Processor
• Creative shooting modes
The Canon Elph 110 HS comes supplied with the following accessories: Lithium-ion Battery Pack NB-11L, Battery Charger, USB interface cable, A/V cable, wrist strap and Canon’s software suite.
Canon’s PowerShot 110 HS camera comes in a variety of fun, bright colors (black, silver, red, blue, green and pink).
Canon PowerShot Elph 110 HS Compact Camera:
Design, Features and Menus
The Canon PowerShot Elph 110 HS features a compact slim design with a comfortable hold. With 16-megapixel resolution and a 5x zoom lens (24-120mm equivalent in 35mm terms), the Elph 110 HS is geared towards general family and travel photography.
Taking into account that the Canon Elph 110 HS offers an attractive price point, current SLR users might also find the Elph 110 HS offers a nice complement to their existing camera, one that you are more likely to take with you for a night out on the town or simply for capturing those unexpected opportunities.
The Canon Elph 110 HS offers a good solution for capturing landscapes or larger group shots of people, with its 24mm wide-angle lens providing broader coverage compared to many point and shoot cameras which begin around 35mm.
• Canon HS System: Introduced last year, the Canon HS System is a technology used to enhance image quality in low-light situations without the need for a flash. The HS system is based on a combination of the DIGIC 5 image processor and the camera’s back-illuminated high-sensitivity CMOS sensor. The Canon HS system helps to suppress digital noise (a grain-like effect) at high ISO levels, and expands the camera’s dynamic range, ultimately capturing greater detail and colour in images in darker settings.
The new HS System represents a powerful combination of a high-sensitivity sensor and high-performance DIGIC image processing. Canon’s new DIGIC 5 processor can process up to six times more information at one time compared to the previous DIGIC 4 processor, to deliver exceptional images across a range of lighting conditions, and especially in low light.
Although the camera does not offer manual exposure control (Shutter priority, Aperture Priority and Manual are not available), the Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS does offer a few override features, including a number of ‘Auto Scene’ and ‘Effects’ shooting modes, exposure compensation settings, White Balance preset options, and manual ISO settings up to 3200 ISO.
Users can select to operate the camera in either ‘Smart Auto’ mode (easy point and shoot) or in ‘Flexible Auto’ mode (provides more control over settings) by simply sliding a switch located on the top of the camera.
• Smart Auto: in this shooting mode the Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS uses Scene Detection Technology to determine the correct scene by analyzing subject brightness, contrast, distance and overall hue. The camera then selects the most appropriate scene type from 58 variables, applying the best settings for optimum output. In Smart Auto mode, a colour icon indicating the type of scene detected and the lighting conditions is shown on the LCD monitor.
Smart Auto also includes enhanced I-Contrast and Smart Flash Exposure, which ensure that brighter or darker areas are captured in sufficient detail in the final image by suppressing overexposed highlights and underexposed shadows.
Advanced Subject Detection: A further feature of Smart Auto mode, Advanced Subject Detection allows the camera to identify a moving non-human subject, such as a pet, and track it – ensuring it remains in focus and well-exposed until the shutter is released.
• Program Auto: this shooting mode provides users with the ability to adjust camera settings to suit the intent, such as selecting a specific ‘Scene’ Mode, manually adjusting ISO sensitivity, choosing a White Balance (WB) setting or making exposure compensation adjustments, among others.
Most of the buttons used to operate the functions of the Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS are found on the back of the camera.
• Movie Recording: The Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS features a large one-touch movie recording button located just to the right of the LCD screen towards the top of the camera. Push the button once to start movie recording and again to stop.
Movies can be recorded in one of four resolution settings. The best quality is 1920 x 1080 at 24 frames per second (fps). You can also select from 1280 x 720 at 30 fps or 640 x 480 at 30 fps. HD movies are limited to 10 min recording time per clip, and up to 1 hour can be captured in the lower resolution modes.
A Movie Digest feature can be activated that captures a 4-second video clip in 720p HD quality before the shutter is released to take a photo. It then joins all the clips together from the same day into a single movie to give you an alternative way to view the story behind the day’s action or share a bonus reel with friends. The camera also makes it easy to enjoy HD movies (and still photos) on your HDTV with a mini-HDMI connector for direct connection to a high definition TV monitor (cable is optional).
The 4-way touch pad surrounding the FUNC./SET button is used to navigate the camera’s menus. With the camera set to Program Auto (P) mode, the touch pad can also be used to quickly access a number of functions, including; Exposure Compensation, Flash settings, Display settings and Focus modes.
Pushing the up button on the 4-way touch pad as illustrated below activates exposure compensation settings, which can be adjusted in +/- 2 EV in 1/3 stop increments (to brighten or darken the image). Pressing on the right button activates the camera’s Flash control settings which include; Auto, Fill-flash, Slow Sync or Off.
With the camera set to record mode, pushing on the bottom portion of the pad (DISP.) brings up the camera’s LCD display options. Select between viewing the full live view image or the live view image with camera settings superimposed on the screen.
Pressing the (DISP.) button in playback mode provides the options of viewing the captured image with no information display (full screen), with simple information display, with detailed information display including histogram, or focus check display to confirm for fine details.
Pushing on the left portion of the 4-way control pad activates the camera’s Focus mode options. Select from Macro (close-up), Normal or Infinity Auto Focus (AF) settings. The Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS can focus down to 3cm from the subject in Macro. Infinity focus can be used to override the camera’s auto focus, useful for capturing images through a window (bus, plane etc), where the camera might otherwise focus on the glass.
The Playback button and the MENU button are located towards the bottom on the right side on the back of the camera. Pushing the playback button brings up the last image or movie taken. The MENU button is used to access the camera’s operation menus.
With the camera set to Flexible Auto shooting mode, pushing on the FUNC. / SET button activates the camera’s extended shooting menu. The shooting menu is superimposed over the live view image displayed on the camera’s LCD monitor as seen below.
With the 110 HS set to Flexible Auto mode, the camera provides menu options for controlling the following features; Light Metering, My Colours, White Balance, ISO, Rec Mode, Self-Timer, Drive Mode, Aspect Ratio, Image Size, Compression and Movie Quality.
• Light Metering: choose from Evaluative, Center Weighted Average or Spot metering options
• My Colours: adjust image colours for personal preference. Select from Vivid, Neutral, Sepia, Black and White, Positive Film, Lighter Skin Tone, Darker Skin Tone, Vivid Blue (sky and sea), Vivid Green (landscape), Vivid Red (flowers) and Custom Colour.
In Custom Colour users can adjust Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness, Red, Green, Blue and Skin Tones to suit personal preference (5 steps available for each).
• White Balance (WB): Apart from the default Auto WB setting, the Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS offers a range of white balance presets that can be selected in difficult lighting conditions. The options include: Day Light, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Fluorescent High and Custom.
• ISO Sensitivity: the Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS compact camera offers a standard Auto ISO setting where the camera automatically determines the best ISO setting for the given lighting conditions. ISO can also be manually set from 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 or 3200 ISO.
• Rec Mode: choose to shot in Program AE (P) mode or using a desired ‘Scene Mode’ or effect. Selections include; Program AE (P), Movie Digest, Portrait, Smooth Skin, Smart Shutter, High Speed Burst, Handheld Night Scene, Low Light, Fish-eye Effect, Miniature Effect, Toy Camera Effect, Soft Focus, Monochrome, Super Vivid, Poster Effect, Color Accent, Color Swap, Underwater, Snow, Long-Shutter, Stitch Assist, iFrame Movie and Super Slow Motion Movie.
– Program AE (P) mode: allows you to choose the settings for various camera functions to suit your preferences. In this mode you can change the camera’s metering method, adjust ISO sensitivity, select white balance (WB) settings or use exposure compensation, among other options. Selecting P mode provides the most control over camera settings.
– Movie Digest: each time you take a picture, the scene just before taking your shot will be recorded as a movie. All the movies taken on the same day will be recorded as a single file. Resolution is set to 640 x 480.
– Image Effects: specific image effects can be applied before taking the picture. The image effects found in the ‘Rec Mode’ menu include;
(1) Monochrome: capture images in Black & White, Sepia or Blue and White
(2) Super Vivid: lets you take shots with vivid, intense colours
(3) Color Accent: you can choose to retain a single colour and the rest of the image will be black and white
(4) Color Swap: you can swap one colour in an image for another when recording it
(5) Fisheye Effect: lets you shoot with the distorting effects of a Fisheye lens
(6) Miniature Effect: blurs chosen portions in the top of bottom of an image to produce a miniature effect
(7) Toy Camera Effect: darkens and blurs the corners of an image to look like an image taken with a toy camera
(8) Poster Effect: makes images appear like an old poster or illustration
– Shooting Options: the additional shooting options that can be selected in the ‘Rec Mode’ menu tab include; Smart Shutter, High Speed Burst, Best Image Selection, Long-Shutter, Stitch Assist and Super Slow Motion Movie.
(1) Smart Shutter: the camera takes a picture when it detects a smile. Includes Face and Wink Self-Timer
(2) High Speed Burst: switch the camera to High Speed Burst shooting mode and capture up to 5.8 frames in a second at 4MP file size, and record the action as it unfolds as seen below.
(3) Long-Shutter: you can set the shutter speed to a range between 1 and 15 seconds to shoot long exposures
(4) Stitch Assist: merge a series of shots using the included software to create a single panoramic image
(5) iFrame Movie : makes editing a breeze by shooting in the same format as you edit in. Designed by Apple, the iFrame video format records 960x540b@ 30 frames per second – the perfect format for uploading video to the web or devices such as the iPad and iPhone.
(6) Super Slow Motion Movie: capture fast moving subjects and play them back in slow motion
Just as with still images, you can let the camera select the best settings for the Scene or add various effects while shooting movies. The Scene modes or effects that are available when shooting movies include: Portrait, Miniature Effect, Monochrome, Super Vivid, Poster Effect, Color Accent, Color Swap, Beach, Underwater, Foliage and Snow.
• Self-Timer: Select from 2 sec, 10 sec or custom Self-Timer settings. In custom Self-Timer you can choose a delay from 1 to 30 seconds and the number of shots to be captured between 1 to 3 images.
Note: The Face and Wink Self-Timer features are activated by using the ‘Smart Shutter’ option. In these modes the camera takes a picture when a new face enters the scene or when a person winks depending on the option that is selected.
• Drive Mode: Choose from single shot or continuous shooting. In Auto mode the camera can be set to automatically choose when to take a series of images (senses action).
• Aspect Ratio: You can change the width to height ratio of an image. Available aspect ratios include;
16:9 – The same aspect ratio as HD TVs, used for displaying on wide-screen HD TVs
3:2 – The same aspect ratio as 35mm film, used for printing out 5 x 7 in. or postcard sized images
4:3 – The same aspect ratio as standard televisions
1:1 – A square-shaped aspect ratio
• Image Size: the Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS offers four image size settings. Select the desired image size to match the intent as per below.
L 16M – 4608 x 3456 pixel size for prints up to 16″ x 20″ size
M1 8M – 3264 x 2448 pixel size for printing up to 13″ x 19″ size
M2 2M – 1600 x 1200 for printing up to post card size
S .3M – 640 x 480 for email attachments
• Compression: the Canon Powershot 110 HS offers two image quality (compression) settings, Fine and Normal. Set Fine for best image quality (produces larger file size).
• Movie Quality: there are four movie quality settings available on the Canon 110 HS camera. The options include; 1080p (1920 x 1080) at 24 fps, 720p (1280 x 720) at 30 fps and VGA (640 x 480) at 30 fps.
Pushing the ‘MENU’ button on the PowerShot 110 HS activates the camera setup and operation menus. The available MENU options vary depending on the selected shooting mode.
The Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS digital camera Playback menu offers a number of different options. You can select to play a slideshow of your images and include transition effects, which can be viewed on the LCD screen or by connecting the camera to an external monitor with the supplied Audio / Video cable or with an optional HDMI cable (via dedicated HDMI connection).
You can also sort and arrange your images with the ‘Favorites’ option, or prevent accidental erasure of images with the ‘Protect’ function.
The Canon PowerShot 110 HS ‘Set Up’ menu (shown below) provides control over such camera settings as; adjusting the speaker volume level, creating folders, changing time and date, adjusting LCD brightness levels (5 steps), selecting the video output source (NTSC / PAL), or choosing the display language, among others.
The Canon 110 HS is powered by a proprietary Canon NB-11L Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery. The camera comes supplied with one battery and multi-voltage charger. The NB-11L battery will allow for about 170 shots on a full charge.
The camera is compatible with Secure Digital (SD) type memory cards. The camera supports the following memory formats: SD, SDHC, SDXC
A memory card does not come supplied with the Canon Powershot 110 HS, and will be an added purchase. The good news is that these are inexpensive in today’s market. We would recommend a 4GB SD card as a minimum, and a 16GB card would provide enough space for lots of images and movies as well.
The interface connections for the 110 HS can be found on the side of the camera behind a small rubber hinged door. The USB cable and the Audio/Video cable share the same camera connection plug. The Elph 300 HS also offers an HDMI output to connect the camera to an HD TV (cable is optional).
A USB interface cable comes supplied with the camera. (PAL/NTSC supported) The USB cable can also be used to connect the Canon 110 HS to a Pictbridge compatible printer for easy direct printing without the need of a computer.
Supplied in the Box: Canon PowerShot 110 HS Digital Elph Camera Body, Lithium-ion Battery Pack NB-11L, Battery Charger CB-2LD, Wrist Strap WS-800, Digital Camera Solution CD-ROM, USB Interface Cable IFC-400PCU
Canon PowerShot Elph 110 HS Compact Camera:
In general, we were quite pleased with the performance of the Canon PowerShot Elph 110 HS in our tests. The camera powers up responsively, and the comfortably positioned zoom lever next to the shutter button makes framing your images and movies a simple step.
The 5x image stabilized zoom lens incorporated into the Canon Powershot 110 HS provides pretty good edge to edge image detail and falls within expecations, although some corner softness is visible especially at the 24mm wide angle position.
We did observe some lens barrel distortion (vertical lines bow out) when shooting at the widest angle setting (24mm equivalent in 35mm terms), although this is fairly common with cameras in this category.
When shooting at the maximum telephoto setting (120mm equivalent in 35mm terms), the lens on the Canon Powershot 110 HS does exhibit some pincushion distortion (vertical lines bow inward) as shown below. Once again the results fall within expectations for this type of camera.
The optical image stabilizer lens technology built-in to the Canon 110 HS performs well based on our tests. With IS activated we were able to hand hold the camera under lower light conditions and get blur free images were normally a tripod would have been required. Check out the image gallery below for samples.
The 3-inch 461,000 dot resolution LCD monitor offers easy composition and playback capabilities. The cameras menu system is easy to read and navigate, and images are vibrantly displayed in playback mode. The brightness of the monitor can be adjusted in 5 steps depending on viewing conditions.
The Canon Elph 110 HS movie recording feature works well, providing HD movies at 1080p resolution. The camera did a good job at maintaining auto focus in both still and movie mode, and the auto white balance setting delivered above average results in mixed lighting conditions.
In our opinion the Canon PowerShot Elph 110 performs above average in terms of image quality for its class. The 16.1 megapixel sensor offers good image quality, and combined with the enhanced Canon HS system, the Powershot Elph 110 HS is able to deliver usable image quality at higher ISO settings.
The camera does experience approximately 0.6 sec shutter lag (the time from when you press the shutter button to the time the camera takes the picture), so a little forethought and anticipation is required to capture the exact movement when dealing with action shots.
If you are looking for a reasonably priced sleek take anywhere type of compact camera that offers a practical wide angle zoom range, provides dependable performance, and delivers pleasing results under most conditions, we feel the Canon PowerShot Elph 110 HS should be among the top considerations.
Canon Powershot 110 HS Review Sample Images
Canon Powershot Elph 110 HS: Specifications
|Effective Pixels||16.1 Megapixel|
|Image Sensor||1/2.3 type back-illuminated CMOS|
|Image Processor||DIGIC 5 with iSAPS technology|
|Lens Focal Length||4.3 – 21.”5″ mm (35 mm equivalent: 24 – 120 mm)|
|Zoom Range||Optical 5x|
Digital Approx. 4x (with Digital Tele-Converter Approx. 1.”6x” or 2.”0x” and Safety Zoom). Combined Approx. 20x
|Maximum f/number||f/2.7 – f/5.9|
|Lens Construction||6 elements in 5 groups (1 double sided aspherical UA lens, 2 double sided aspherical lenses and 1 single sided aspherical UA lens)|
|Image Stabilization||Yes (lens shift-type), Approx. 3.5-stop. Intelligent IS|
|AF System||TTL Autofocus|
|Macro Focus Range||3cm from front of lens|
|AF Points||AiAF (Face Detection / 9-point), 1-point AF (fixed to centre)|
|AF Modes||Single, Continuous (Auto mode only), Servo AF/AE¹, Tracking AF|
|AF Assist Beam||Yes|
|LCD Monitor||3-inch PureColor II G LCD (TFT), Approx. 461,000 dots|
Brightness adjustable to one of five levels. Quick-bright LCD
|ISO Sensitivity||AUTO, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200|
|Metering||Evaluative (linked to Face Detection AF frame), Centre-weighted average, Spot (centre)|
|AE Lock||On/Off Selectable|
|Exposure Compensation||+/-2 stops in 1/3-stop increments|
Enhanced i-Contrast for automatic dynamic range
|White Balance Control||Auto (including Face Detection WB), Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Fluorescent H, Custom. Multi-area WB correction available in Smart Auto. White Balance Compensation in Underwater mode.|
|Built-in Flash||Auto, Manual Flash On / Off, Slow Synchro|
|Flash Range||50 cm – 3.”5″ m (W) / 90 cm – 2.”0″ m (T)|
|Flash Exposure Compensation||Face Detection FE, Smart Flash Exposure|
|Shooting Modes||Smart Auto (58 scenes detected), P, Movie Digest, Portrait, Smooth Skin, Smart Shutter (Smile, Wink Self-Timer, FaceSelf-Timer), High-speed Burst (4.0MP), Handheld Night Scene, Low Light (4.0MP), Fish-eye Effect, Miniature Effect, Toy Camera Effect, Soft Focus, Monochrome, Super Vivid, Poster Effect, Color Accent, Color Swap, Underwater, Snow, Long Shutter, Stitch Assist|
|Movie Modes||Smart Auto (21 scenes detected), P, Portrait, Miniature Effect, Monochrome, Super Vivid, Poster Effect, Color Accent, Color Swap, Underwater, Snow, iFrame Movie, Super Slow Motion Movie|
|Photo Effects||My Colors (My Colors Off, Vivid, Neutral, Sepia, Black & White, Positive Film, Lighter Skin Tone, Darker Skin Tone, Vivid Blue, Vivid Green, Vivid Red, Custom Color)|
|Self-Timer||Approx. 2 or 10 sec., Custom|
|Image Size||4:3 – (L) 4608 x 3456, (M1) 3264 x 2448, (M2) 1600 x 1200, (S) 640 x 480|
16:9 – (L) 4608 x 2592, (M1) 3264 x 1832, (M2) 1920 x 1080, (S) 640 x 360
3:2 – (L) 4608 x 3072, (M1) 3264 x 2176, (M2) 1600 x 1064, (S) 640 x 424
1:1 – (L) 3456 x 3456, (M1) 2448 x 2448, (M2) 1200 x 1200, (S) 480 x 480
Resize in playback (M2, S, XS)*
*XS is half the length and width of S
|Movie File Format||MOV [H.264 + Linear PCM (monaural)]|
|Movie Recording||(Full HD) 1920 x 1080, 24 fps, (HD) 1280 x 720, 30 fps, (L) 640 x 480, 30 fps|
Super Slow Motion Movie (L) 640 x 480, 120fps, (M) 320 x 240, 240fps
Miniature Effect (HD, L) 6fps, 3fps, 1.”5″ fps
iFrame Movie (HD)
|Movie Length||(Full HD & HD) Up to 4 GB or 10 min|
|Continuous Shooting||Approx. 2.”0″ shots/sec., High-speed Burst (4.0MP): Approx. 5.”8″ shots/sec., (until memory card becomes full)¹²|
|Storage Media||SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card|
|Other Features||Slide Show|
HDMI Mini Connector (HDMI-CEC compatible), A/V output (PAL/NTSC)
|Menu Languages||English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Chinese (traditional), Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Korean, Greek, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Thai, Arabic, Ukrainian, Romanian, Farsi, Malaysian, Hindi, Indonesian, Vietnamese|
|Battery||Rechargeable Li-ion Battery NB-11L (battery and charger supplied)|
|Battery Life||Approx. 170 shots|
Approx. 180 mins Playback
|Optional Accessory||(3m) WP-DC330L|
W x H x D
|93.2 x 57.”0″ x 20.”0″ mm|
|In the box||• PowerShot Elph 110 HS Body|
• Battery Pack NB-11L
• Battery Charger CB-2LD
• Wrist Strap WS-800
• Digital Camera Solution CD-ROM