Is zoom the most important feature of a camera for you? Then you may want to pay close attention to the Canon PowerShot SX110 IS. We take a look at this camera that, according to some critics, may have sacrificed a little too much to be able to get so close to the action. Keep reading for our opinion.SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player Review
Zoom range is an important feature, even on personal cameras. Why? Well, think about when you go on vacation. If you are sight-seeing, you may not have the time or opportunity to get close-up for that perfect shot. The same could be said during your child’s recital. Unless you’re lucky enough to get a seat in the first row, you’re going to have to rely on your camera’s zooming features to get a decent shot.
Enter the Canon PowerShot SX110 IS, a digital camera whose primary focus is to deliver the perfect shot via its “megazoom” technology. It comes as an update to the Canon PowerShot SX100, which was released in 2007. Yet, according to some critics, the PowerShot 110 does not offer much improvement to its predecessor. In fact, some believe that the PowerShot SX110 is actually worse, especially in terms of overall performance.
However, this does not necessarily mean that the Canon PowerShot SX110 is a “bad” camera. Even some of its most vocal critics have said that the SX110 takes relatively good pictures, even with its foibles. Plus, for people on a budget, the SX110 is extremely affordable. Ranging from $199 to $249, the SX110 is significantly cheaper than its competitors, whose costs range from $300 to $800. And, if you don’t mind buying a used SX110, it’s possible you can get it for even less than $199.
Of course, there are some consumers that would rather pay more money if they feel a cheaper product is inferior. Does such logic hold up for the Canon PowerShot SX110 IS digital camera? Judge for yourself, as the sections below will describe in greater detail what you can expect from the SX110.
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