Attractive and stylish compact design that's definitely ELPH-worthy, Very versatile 12x (28mm-336mm) lens helps in a variety of shooting situations, Optical image stabilization, Big, 3.2-inch LCD screen with 461,000 dots of resolution make your images
Long zoom range; good dynamic range; sleek metallic body.
Sturdy and wellconstructed body, Fast and accurate AF system, Vivid and accurate color production, Good noise performance
Attractive; easy-to-use snapshot camera with a nice wide, long lens; plenty of shooting options.
Good quality stills/videos, Nicely implemented touchscreen UI, Compact package, large 12x zoom
The Canon PowerShot Elph 510 HS is an attractive, easy-to-use snapshot camera with a nice wide, long lens, and plenty of shooting options, all in an ultracompact body.
Full specification, 1080p video capture well suited to 16:9 aspect ratio screen
Touchscreen interface is sluggish and awkward to use, especially if you expect it to work like a cell phone, Very little external control and limited menu-based control as well, High-gloss camera body surface attracts fingerprints and smudges, Small re...
Poor touchscreen interface; not great for fast moving subjects; noisy zoom motor when recording videoEnds.
Touchscreen takes time to get used to
Battery life can be very short depending on the features you use; shooting performance is a little behind competing models.
Definitely for static subjects, Relatively slow AF response, Sub-par battery life (get a spare)
Lens suffers from chromatic aberration, Average continuous shooting speed, Touch-screen can be unresponsive, Flash and mics easily obstructed.
The 510 HS's battery can be very short depending on the features you use and its shooting performance is a little behind that of competing models.
High price tag, unresponsive touchscreen
By DPexpert on September 20, 2012
REVIEW–CANON IXUS 510HS] by terry on 20 September 2012 Price: $320 (street price) What were they thinking? THE LOW-DOWN: This 10 megapixel camera with a 28–336mm (film equivalent) zoom lens is a variation of the 500 HS already reviewed. It...-
By Sydney Morning Herald on September 20, 2012
DateSeptember 20, 2012 Read later This 10-megapixel camera with a 28mm-336mm (film equivalent) zoom lens is a variation of the 500 HS already reviewed. It has a face area exactly that of a credit card and is a mere 19 millimetres thick. It...-
By The Imaging Resource on June 01, 2012
The Canon PowerShot ELPH 510 HS has a lot to live up to, but it also has a lot going for it. For starters, there's its slim, stylish, and highly portable design, which makes the Canon 510 a great camera to stash in a bag or your pocket when you want...-
By PCWorld New Zealand on February 29, 2012
Canon’s Ixus 1100 HS is a premium compact camera that’s designed to make capturing high-quality photographs as simple as humanly possible. It doesn’t offer enthusiasts the least degree of manual control, or any manual controls for that...80
By AsiaOne on February 06, 2012
Canon's Ixus 1100HS is a solid performer that offers a lot for a small compact...70
By TechCentral on February 03, 2012
Overall, the Ixus 1100HS is a camera that's geared towards the beginner who doesn't want to bother with camera settings and absolutely needs face detection to focus in shots. The camera's long 12x zoom range is very useful for capturing far...70
By hardwarezone.com.sg on January 06, 2012
These are sample photographs shot with Canon IXUS 1100 HS. The photos have not been post-processed and are copyright to SPH Magazines. They are provided for your reference only and we ask that you do not reproduce them elsewhere. Click for the...85
By Digital Camera Buyer on December 21, 2011
The IXUS 1100 HS is a stunning compact with advanced shooting features and great point-and-shoot functionality. It’s perfect for those who love touch-screen technology Overall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews, previews, features...80
By TechSmart.co.za on December 21, 2011
When we reviewed the IXUS 310 HS, we fell in love with it almost right away. The svelte body seemed to slip into and cling to our hand, and we felt like we never wanted to let it go. Although the IXUS 1100 HS doesn’t quite reach those same...-
By CNET Australia on November 16, 2011
Ideal for photographers who love the flexibility of a touchscreen camera, the IXUS 1100 HS also offers a huge optical zoom and good image quality. The lack of a decent battery life is disappointing, though, and makes the shooting experience more...80