So perhaps Olympus’s newest PEN shooters are bit too much camera for you? Might we suggest Canon’s just announced S110.
If the Powershot S110 name sounds familiar, it’s because Canon just released the S100 last year. From what we’ve heard it’s one of the best point and shoot cameras on the market. So how did they improve it? They added WiFi and a 3-inch touchscreen. These two new features join the 12-megapixel CMOS sensor complemented by Canon’s newest image processor, the DIGIC 5. Other features include full HD video capture, high speed auto focus, 12-bit multi aspect RAW+JPEG (often found in DSLRs), and a 24mm wide-angle F 2.0 lens with 5x optical zoom, and a control ring located at the barrel of the lens for adjusting photo settings on the fly.
But nothing probably says convenience like WiFi, which has been added to the S110. Download the accompanying iOS or Android app, and you can geotag photos, and share them instantly to the web. Alternatively, the S110 can print to a WiFi enabled printer or send photographs to a nearby computer for quick review and retouches.
Expect the Canon Powershot S110 to be available next month for $450.