Review: Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS

Jeff Blackler reviews his Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS 16.1 MP point-and-shoot camera. Review includes how it holds up with taking pictures and full 1080p HD video. This is one of the cameras we have used for our YouTube series title UpRating | Fitness.

Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HDI bought the Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS because I was looking for a camera with full HD video as well as a decent overall picture camera. My other option was to use my phone, but I have a lot of scratches already from dropping it everywhere I go. I also wanted something that I could travel with and not carry it around in a case or bag.

My budget was around $150 and I was looking to get around 16 Mega Pixels.


Price: $144.95 from Adorama Camera (through Amazon)
Resolution: 16.1 MP
Ownership Length: 2 month
Buy at Amazon.com (aff)


Pros
1) Picture Quality – Pictures are nice and large [insert dimensions] and are really clear. See examples below.
2) Video/Audio Quality – The full HD (1080p) and stereo microphone perform exceptionally well for a point-and-shoot camera. It is very popular with many YouTube Partners. See examples below.
3) Size – It is small enough to easily fit in your pocket with other things.

Cons
1) Zoom Noise – This camera is loud when zooming in. It is picked up in the video recording which is definitely a bad thing.

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Summary

Overall, the Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS is a great all-around point-and-shoot camera. The price is good and the quality is great. I used this for some graduation photos and it didn’t disappoint at all. The outdoor pictures were especially good.

This is also great if you are looking for a camera to shoot videos with. The quality is pretty good and can capture great moments like sporting events or concerts. The size makes it really portable too. This makes a great camera for YouTube videos as well!

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