Canon has announced the new Wi-Fi enabled compact camera in its high-end PowerShot S-series, the S110, revealed at Photokina 2012.
Apart from being Wi-Fi enabled and having a new touch screen there doesn’t seem much difference between the Powershot S110 and the previous S100.
Canon says there is a faster autofocus system, and though it’s the same resolution as before; a newly developed sensor, which claims a 10fps burst albeit for only 10 frames.
Despite its ultra-compact form, the Canon PowerShot S110 also offers full manual controls, a 3-stop ND filter and raw file capture. The lens control ring can be set to manually adjust settings including aperture, shutter speed and zoom.
Smart Auto can automatically detect and adjust settings for up to 58 different scenes, and includes Face ID.
Canon PowerShot S110 stats
12.1 MP CMOS; HS System with DIGIC 5
24mm, f/2.0, 5x zoom lens
4-stop Intelligent IS
Wi-Fi and GPS via mobile
Manual controls and raw shooting
3-inch capitative touchscreen
Full HD movie capture
The Canon PowerShot S110 HS has a full price of £429.99/$449.99, and will be available from late October.
For full specification; Canon.co.uk