Canon Digital IXUS 110 IS Review

June 5, 2009 | Gavin Stoker |

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The Canon Digital IXUS 110 IS is a good but pricey camera. It shoots great movies but average stills. Its control layout is excellent but its navigational controller is a frustrating gimmick. You won't find many cameras that are better-looking than this one, but, when it comes to the actual pictures, it's very middle of the road.
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It's an interesting camera that they've released in terms of design and styling. It has the feel of the old Mju 2 from Olympus and they've stripped a lot of buttons and stuff off the back. My only concern with this minimalist approach is that to find out what the navigation pad options are only found out by pressing the pad and an icon appears on screen. This isn't very quick and you could accidentally activate a mode without wanting to. It's a shame because I do like it and see it as a positive design. I can see the appeal for users who like pretty cameras and younger photographers who enjoy funny little features such as Colour Accent.
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